The Agriculture Business Management class has been working on Ag in the Classroom lessons for Armstrong-Ellis Grade School and Potomac Grade School. So far the class has taught the 7th & 8th graders about FFA and leadership. Thank you to the grade schools for allowing the students to come and teach their classes!
On October 30th, the Armstrong FFA hosted the Section 18 Dodgeball Tournament for the 2nd year in a row! Teams from Rantoul and BHRA joined the Armstrong FFA in eating pizza and competing in the dodgeball tournament. All the chapters had a great time! Thank you to those who came out!
Special thank you to Johnathan Lyon’s Photography for capturing the night!
Last night, 3 students traveled to Paris, IL to compete in the Section 18 Ag Sales CDE. Unfortunately, we did not have a 4th person so our team was not complete, but that did not stop these kids from placing 6th out of 8 teams! I can only imagine how well they would have done if they had that last team member. Special congratulations to Makayla Learned for placing in the top 10 students (8th) out of the 24 that competed.
Great job Armstrong FFA!
The Armstrong FFA attended the 91st National FFA Convention. There, the students attended sessions, listened to motivational speakers, heard from industry leaders, learned about different successful chapters from across the country, met FFA members from all over the country, see Garth Brooks live, attended a rodeo and worked together as a team to escape from a room! The students and Miss Foran had a blast and learned a lot.
Last Wednesday night, Sept. 26th a group of Armstrong FFA members traveled to DACC to participate in the Section 18 Leadership Training School. There, the students mingled with other members from their section, met local leaders in the Ag industries and played games that strengthened their own leadership skills. The students had a great time and learned a lot!
Thank you to Mr. Schluter and Mr. Pflugmacher for donating your time and equipment in order to harvest the FFA plot! We are looking forward to digging into the data collected!