SHSFFA­com­pete­sat89th na­tion­alFFA­con­ven­tion


Close to 75 hours were spent clean­ing, Win­ners of the Na­tional FFA Agri­cul­tural buff­ing and re­paint­ing. The end re­sult was Com­mu­ni­ca­tions Ca­reer De­vel­op­ment a beau­ti­ful, shin­ing-like-new red score­board. Event were an­nounced re­cently at the an­nual awards ban­quet. The event was

“We have loved our time as play­ers,” held in con­junc­tion with the 89th Na­tional Pace said, “and think that do­ing a Se­nior FFA Con­ven­tion & Expo in Indianapolis, Ser­vice Project is a great way to leave Ind. the pro­gram bet­ter than when we ar­rived. The Springville High School FFA had Giv­ing back is a great way to show ap­pre­ci­a­tion. the chance to rep­re­sent the State of Utah We hope that this will be­come a in the Agri­cul­tural Com­mu­ni­ca­tions CDE tra­di­tion that fu­ture classes fol­low.” and com­pete against 36 other teams from

The motto on the front of the high around the United States. Team mem­bers school reads, “Here, we learn for life.” are Chloe Wim­mer, Jaynee Giff­ing and With hun­dreds of hours spent on the soc­cer Madi Condie. field over the past year, that state­ment The SHS team re­ceived a Sil­ver rank­ing. ap­plies to this team. Play­ers learned not In ad­di­tion, Chloe Wim­mer achieved only soc­cer skills but about friend­ship, high in­di­vid­ual on her practicum por­tion lead­er­ship, loy­alty, be­lief and hard work. of the event. This year, all of th­ese com­bined to cre­ate The Na­tional FFA Agri­cul­tural Com­mu­ni­ca­tions good mem­o­ries, valu­able life ex­pe­ri­ences CDE is a com­pet­i­tive event and a great team. that tests stu­dents’ skills in all ar­eas of the agri­cul­tural com­mu­ni­ca­tions field and eval­u­ates how well they can ap­ply class­room knowledge to real-life sit­u­a­tions. Par­tic­i­pants at­tend a sim­u­lated news con­fer­ence and use the in­for­ma­tion gath­ered to com­plete in­di­vid­ual practicums in writ­ing, elec­tronic me­dia and de­sign.

Prior to the event, stu­dents com­pile me­dia plans re­lated to in­no­va­tive agri­cul­tural prac­tices, man­age­ment tech­niques and mar­ket­ing tools. Each team then cre­ates a 15-minute pre­sen­ta­tion based on their pro­posal. Mem­bers also com­pete in an edit­ing ex­er­cise and a gen­eral com­mu­ni­ca­tions quiz.

The event, held at the JW Mar­riott and IUPUI in Indianapolis, is one of many ed­u­ca­tional ac­tiv­i­ties at the Na­tional FFA Con­ven­tion & Expo in which FFA mem­bers prac­tice the lessons learned in agri­cul­tural ed­u­ca­tion classes.

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