FFA Week


FFA (Future Farmers of America) week involved all sorts of fun activities, some traditional and some new. The activities range from breakfast and painting hands green to goldfish races. 

FFA week has daily activities such as a scavenger hunt, twin day, clean and dirty truck contest, FFA Olympics, and pallet decorating to have as a club to have and bond. Cole Walters, senior and club president said, “. . .  it brings all of us together and I think it really strengthens our club and shows support.” 

There are creative pallets displayed in the commons from the pallet painting activity. Hailey Tucker, senior and FFA secretary, said, “FFA week is to show individuality but still be a club together. The pallets were created to express ourselves as well as our team, and have a friendly competition. 

Alexa Castagno, sophomore said, “We chose to decorate our pallet with corn because it symbolizes farming and our emblem. The idea for this week was that we can come together as a group, and show a lot of support for the program even though we have a lot going on we can be together as an organization.”

FFA had their own Olympics with a country twist and competed in a goldfish race. The banner in the lunch room with green hands was an activity that included breakfast.