▼ ▼ ▼ Upcoming Events ▼ ▼▼
1/6 Back to school FLEX Meeting Room 541 (Hunsaker)
1/10 - 1/14 Chapter Officer Interviews
1/20 FLEX FFA Meeting Room 902 (DeBoer)
**VOTING MEETING FOR NEW OFFICERS**
1/25 FLEX FFA Meeting (New Officers Announced!)
No District Events at this time
CDE PRACTICES WILL BEGIN SOON- CHECK WITH THE ADVISORS!
DO YOU WANT TO SPONSER AN FFA MEMBER'S PROJECT ANIMAL?
Choose one or more student projects to purchase. If you already know which student you are sponsoring, you have completed this step. If you do not know who you would like to sponsor, browse through our "Student Projects" page until you find a student you would like to sponsor. You can make a donation to "Fife FFA Members" that will be evenly divided among the 18 members that are raising pigs this year. There is a list at the bottom of the screen with the most updated version of which students need the most sponsors.
2. Fill out this Google Form for our records and use the ONLINE PAYMENT SYSTEM to sponsor your animal. Record your total donation amount and our TAX ID# so that you can use it when filing your taxes next year. WHEN FILLING OUT THE FORM PLEASE WRITE "SPONSORING (STUDENTS NAME)" THEN ENTER THE DOLLAR AMOUNT.
3. Thank you so much for your generosity, your donations make continuing projects like this in the future possible.
Heads up FFA Members!
New scholarships are being posted every week! Check the "Scholarships" page under the "Chapter Events & Opportunities" tab to learn more!
If you are an FFA parent, please fill out the volunteer form. ONLY parents who have filled out the form and are approved are able to volunteer with the students, enter the barn, and help out at fair (this is a school district policy).
What is the National FFA Organization?
The National FFA Organization makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth, and career success through agricultural education.
FFA gives students a way to learn leadership skills that they can use throughout their entire life. Since 1988, the FFA is no longer called Future Farmers of America because not all members go into farming, in fact, most do not. Many become congress members, business owners, teachers, doctors, and many other professions. FFA is a club that strives to improve the lives of its members through community.