2020 - 2021 FFA - Row 1: Victor Espinoza, Ariel Mullis, Hayley Beran, Emily Woodrich, Molly Knull, Luz Leon, Maddie Duesterbeck, Miya Duesterbeck; Row 2: Mrs. Lisa Konkel, Kelly Kline, Kasey Andrews, John Rambatt, Amanda Bender, Alexandra Cano, Ashley Ritchey, Michaela Courtway, Mariah Stewart; Row 3: Hailey Bauman, Ricardo Ocampo Gonzalez, Ashley Lohse, Ethan Jackowski, Ryan Loudenbeck, Trent Peterson, Sarah Frederick, Alexander Vail, Henry Koerner
Mrs. Lisa Konkel
Purpose: FFA is the largest secondary youth organization in the world. FFA promotes the agricultural industry and develops personal leadership. FFA’s mission is to make a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth, and career success through agricultural education.
Membership: Membership in FFA is open to any freshman or upperclassmen student enrolled in an agriscience course. Middle School Membership is available for 7th and 8th grade students at our partner schools. Students not enrolled in an agriscience course may participate in meetings and events at the local level.
Activities: Some activities include:
Fairs: Walworth County Fair and Wisconsin State Fair
Community Service: Stuff the Bus with Sentry, Fuel Food For Families (donating produce grown in the school garden to the Walworth Food Pantry), Operation Christmas Child
Leadership/Personal Growth: 212/360 Conference, Co-Ops YES Conference, FIRE Conference, Farm Forum Conference, Sectional Leadership Workshops
Career/Awards: Area, State & National Level: Career Development Events, Leadership Development Events (Public Speaking), Agriscience Fair, Proficiency Awards, Greenhand Degree, Chapter Degree, State Degree, American Degree.
For Fun: Skyzone, Fall/Winter Retreat, Pre-Meeting Activities, Bowling, Mini-golf
Meetings: The third Monday of each month at 6:30 p.m. in the Ag Room (w27). Some committee work is done during enrichment period.