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Florida’s Top FFA Alumni Affiliates Announced

By | 2016 Convention, News

The Florida FFA Association and the Florida FFA Alumni Association are pleased to announce the finalists of the 2016 Outstanding Alumni Affiliate award. Each of these chapters and the winner will be recognized during the 8th General Session of the 88th Florida FFA State Convention on Friday, June17, 2016. A representative of each alumni affiliate should report to the holding room 30 minutes prior to the session.

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Florida FFA Names 2016 Alumni Scholarship Winners

By | 2016 Convention

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The Florida FFA Association is pleased to announce the selection of the top ten winners of the “What FFA Means to Me” Alumni Essay Contest.  First through sixth place will receive a Washington Leadership Conference scholarship in the amount of $500 and seventh through tenth place will receive a Florida Leadership Adventures scholarship. The winners will be awarded on stage during the 8th General Session of the 88th Florida FFA State Convention & Expo on Friday, June 17th, 2016. All award winners should report to the holding room thirty minutes prior to the session in which they are to be recognized.

The top ten winners are:

  1. Hailey McDaniel – Sneads
  2. Kaylin Kleckner – Ocala West Port
  3. Tevin Ashwood – Lake Wales
  4. Marielena Frenes – Clewiston
  5. Samantha Goodwin – Sebring
  6. Tatiana Ramos – New Smyrna Beach
  7. Chelsea Edenfield – Malone
  8. Karlibeth Leitheiser – Keystone Heights
  9. Dillon Arnold – Grand Ridge MS
  10. J.T. Girman – Nolan MS

ABOUT THE FLORIDA FFA STATE CONVENTION & EXPO

The annual state FFA convention and expo is the highlight of Florida FFA’s year.  Nearly 5,000 FFA members, advisors, administrators, alumni, parents and industry partners come together to celebrate the achievements won by the past and present generations of agriculturalists, while continuing to develop their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success.  Attendees will be inspired and motivated to take pride in our industry, serve our communities, and become leaders of the next generation.

While at the convention, FFA members and guests will experience motivational speakers, award presentations, exciting exhibits, challenging Career Development Events, and plenty of entertaining activities. Attendees can take a stroll through the Florida FFA Expo in search of the perfect career connection, attend a workshop to brush up on those leadership skills, or simply interact and share ideas with FFA members and advisors from across the state.

ABOUT THE FLORIDA FFA ASSOCIATION

The Florida FFA Association is a premier youth, leadership organization with nealy 18,000 middle and high school student members – as part of over 300 local FFA chapters across the state. FFA members participate in nearly 50 leadership and career development events each year. The FFA 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.

The Florida FFA Association is a resource and support organization that does not select, control, supervise or approve local chapter or individual member activities except as expressly provided for in the Florida FFA Association Constitution and Bylaws.

The Florida FFA Association affirms its belief in the value of all human beings and seeks diversity in its membership, leadership and staff as an equal opportunity employer.

THE AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION MISSION

Agricultural education prepares students for successful careers and a lifetime of informed choices in the global agriculture, food, fiber and natural resource systems.

THE FFA MISSION

FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.

For more information about Florida FFA and agricultural education, visit floridaffa.org.

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Florida FFA sincerely thanks the Florida Strawberry Growers Association, this year’s convention & expo media room sponsor, for their continued support of Florida FFA and agricultural education.

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Florida FFA Announces 2016 Stars of Florida Finalists

By | 2016 Convention

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The Florida FFA Association recently selected 26 student members as finalists in the highly coveted “Stars of Florida” award recognition program.  This program symbolizes the highest competitive recognition for FFA members and their Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) program(s) in eight different categories.  Nearly 300 applicants were considered during the selection process.  Each candidate will be interviewed by a team of FFA, industry and Agriculture Education representatives to determine the winner in each area.  Each finalist, their family and agriculture instructor(s) will be recognized June 16th, 2016 at the 88th Florida FFA Convention to be held at the Caribe Royale Resort in Orlando.

The Stars of Florida finalists, in alphabetical order by chapter are:

Name Chapter Area
Dakota Smith Bell MS State Star Discovery Degree
Sammy Mills Chiefland MS State Star Discovery Degree
Noah Anuez Fort White MS State Star Discovery Degree
Elizabeth Halling Grand Ridge MS State Star Discovery Degree
Ashley Harris Lake Butler State Star Greenhand Degree
Bailey Davis Oakleaf State Star Greenhand Degree
Jerry Mills Williston SR State Star Greenhand Degree
Lindsey Wilder Williston SR State Star Greenhand Degree
Charlee Montford Keyston Heights State Star Chapter Degree
Ashlee Hughes Middleburg State Star Chapter Degree
Kyle Garner South Lake SR State Star Chapter Degree
Baylee Etheridge Williston SR State Star Chapter Degree
Mason Bishop DeLand State Star in Agribusiness
Avery Brooks Palatka State Star in Agribusiness
Harrison Love Williston SR State Star in Agribusiness
Ashley Robinson Brooksville SR State Star in Agriscience
Alison Deloach Fort White SR State Star in Agriscience
Kendall Clark South Sumter SR State Star in Agriscience
Terrah Henderson Branford State Star in Agricultural Placement
William Donaghy Oakleaf State Star in Agricultural Placement
Orion Douthit Sneads State Star in Agricultural Placement
William Jameson South Sumter SR State Star in Agricultural Placement
Kathryn Locke Bartow State Star Farmer
Jonathan Gaylard Branford State Star Farmer
Austin Mattox Fort White SR State Star Farmer
Cody Clark Kathleen SR State Star Farmer

ABOUT THE FLORIDA FFA STATE CONVENTION & EXPO

The annual state FFA convention and expo is the highlight of Florida FFA’s year.  Nearly 5,000 FFA members, advisors, administrators, alumni, parents and industry partners come together to celebrate the achievements won by the past and present generations of agriculturalists, while continuing to develop their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success.  Attendees will be inspired and motivated to take pride in our industry, serve our communities, and become leaders of the next generation.

While at the convention, FFA members and guests will experience motivational speakers, award presentations, exciting exhibits, challenging Career Development Events, and plenty of entertaining activities. Attendees can take a stroll through the Florida FFA Expo in search of the perfect career connection, attend a workshop to brush up on those leadership skills, or simply interact and share ideas with FFA members and advisors from across the state.

ABOUT THE FLORIDA FFA ASSOCIATION

The Florida FFA Association is a premier youth, leadership organization with nealy 18,000 middle and high school student members – as part of over 300 local FFA chapters across the state. FFA members participate in nearly 50 leadership and career development events each year. The FFA 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.

The Florida FFA Association is a resource and support organization that does not select, control, supervise or approve local chapter or individual member activities except as expressly provided for in the Florida FFA Association Constitution and Bylaws.

The Florida FFA Association affirms its belief in the value of all human beings and seeks diversity in its membership, leadership and staff as an equal opportunity employer.

THE AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION MISSION

Agricultural education prepares students for successful careers and a lifetime of informed choices in the global agriculture, food, fiber and natural resource systems.

THE FFA MISSION

FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.

For more information about Florida FFA and agricultural education, visit floridaffa.org.

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Florida FFA sincerely thanks the Florida Strawberry Growers Association, this year’s convention & expo media room sponsor, for their continued support of Florida FFA and agricultural education.

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11 FFA Members Slated for 2016-17 State FFA Officer Team

By | 2016 Convention, News

The 2016 State Officer Screening Committee slated 11 high school seniors as candidates for state FFA office, April 12-13, 2016 at the Florida FFA Leadership Training Center in Haines City.  28 student members participated in the rigorous interview process.  These members were challenged with a personal interview, written exam, individual problem-solving exercise, advocacy stand and deliver practicum, state degree  interview, agricultural education interview and a conversational exercise.  The selected candidates will seek election at the 88th Florida FFA State Convention & Expo, June 13-17, 2016.

Presidential Candidates

  • William Jameson, South Sumter
  • Emily Little, Sebring

Area 1 VP Candidate

  • Mason Taylor, Cottondale

Area 2 VP Candidates

  • Hunter Burnsed, Baker County
  • Cale McCall, Dixie

Area 3 VP Candidates

  • Catharin MacFarlane, Deltona
  • Sierra Smith, Forest

Area 4 VP Candidate

  • Brett Vorheis, Wekiva

Area 5 VP Candidates

  • Anna Conrad, Plant City
  • Kasey Lewis, Newsome

Area 6 VP Candidate

  • Mariah Alvarez, Sebring

FFA members elect their own officers and plan and conduct activities with supervision from their chapter advisors. A maximum of eight state officers, all recent high school graduates taking a year off of college, play a key role in sharing FFA and agriculture’s message, traveling more than 300 days of their year of service.  State Officers present workshops and deliver presentations focused on the importance of agriculture and leadership development.

State Officers make an effort to visit every chapter each year to educate students about FFA and agriculture.

About the Florida FFA Association

The Florida FFA Association is a premier youth, leadership organization with nearly 18,000 middle and high school student members – as part of over 300 local FFA chapters across the state. FFA members participate in nearly 50 leadership and career development events each year.

The Florida FFA Association is a resource and support organization that does not select, control, supervise or approve local chapter or individual member activities except as expressly provided for in the Florida FFA Association Constitution and Bylaws.

The FFA Mission

FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.

2016 Delegate Committee Issues Announced

By | 2016 Convention

Five delegate committees have been appointed for delegates to be a part at the 88th Florida FFA State Convention and Expo this summer.

The delegate committee issues and leadership delegates for each were announced at the 2016 State Leadership Summit.

Evaluation of the Delegate Process – The purpose of this committee is to better the delegate process by helping all members clearly understand their objective and be able to have a stake in our organization, therefore increasing participation and improving the delegate experience.
Extending Brand Awareness to Community Partnerships – The purpose of this committee is to promote a positive image of Florida FFA to business partners, potential and current members, the general public, anti-agriculturalists, and school districts.
Increasing Career and Leadership Development Event Preparation Opportunities – The purpose of this committee is to enhance the quality, availability, diversity, and feasibility of CDE/LDE preparation resources.
Enhancing Communication between the Association and Members – The purpose of this committee is to bridge the disconnect between Florida FFA and our state association including state staff, the board of directors, and state officers.
Enhancing Opportunities for Urban Programs and Members – The purpose of this committee is to provide programs and opportunities to reach a more diverse population within urban areas to increase membership and involvement in the FFA while enhancing agricultural experiences for those members.

What’s next?  Here’s a brief outline of what the leadership delegates will be up to through convention and what happens to the committee’s recommendations:

  • Issue Research Conducted – Leadership Delegates generate questions regarding the issue, including background information, data, impact, etc.
  • Issues Published – Staff publishes issues and supporting information to the Florida FFA Association.
  • Delegate Committee Hearings – FFA Stakeholders are invited to testify on the issue at the State FFA Convention.
  • Delegate Committee Meetings – Voting Delegates take action on issues and make a recommendation to the FFA Board of Directors.
  • Delegate Business Session – Chairperson of each Delegate Committee shares committee report with the general delegate body.  Delegates transact business as necessary at the State FFA Convention.
  • Delegate Recommendations to Board of Directors – Staff presents delegate recommendations to the FFA Board of Directors.

The Role of a State FFA Delegate

Delegates to the State FFA Convention & Expo are charged with representing the interests of FFA members within their district, sub-district or chapter while working to forward the progress of the entire Florida FFA Association.

There are two types of delegates, leadership delegates and convention delegates. Leadership delegates are comprised of those individuals who attend and participate in the annual State Leadership Summit.  The job of a leadership delegate is to facilitate the work of the delegate committees.

Convention delegates represent the remainder of a state association’s delegation. These delegates are responsible for driving the direction of their delegate committee. They serve as the architects of the committee recommendation.

The delegate process is an opportunity for members to direct the work of FFA. It is important for the delegates to maintain focus on serving the best interests of members from every FFA chapter. Since delegates represent each of the 300 chapters in Florida and bring to the process a variety of experiences and perspectives, it can be challenging for members to synthesize these varying viewpoints for the sake of progress. A delegate coordinator will be appointed help facilitate the process and maximize the potential of the delegate

Completing Online Award Applications

By | News

It’s that time of year!  In just a couple of months, over a thousand of award and degree applications will be mailed to Florida FFA for an chance to recognize an FFA member’s awesome experiences and successes.  Get a head start on your degree, proficiency and other applications today by checking out the tips and reminders below.

  • How do I get to the online award applications?
    Most award applications must be completed online.  An active MyFFA login is required for each student completing applications for proficiency awards, state degrees, American degrees, and star awards.  Awards are still printed and submitted to Florida FFA for judging and approval.  Check out this quick tutorial for step-by-step instructions on accessing the application manager.
  • Where do I submit my application?
    Award applications are to be submitted directly to the Florida FFA Office either by hand delivery or sent through the mail.  Applicants who mail their award applications are encouraged to send them using a method that can be tracked (e.g. UPS) in the case that an issue was to arise.   Applications that are received through email or fax will not be accepted.
  • When is my application due?
    All award application due dates are listed in the “Event/Application Date” of the Florida FFA calendar.  There is a seven calendar-day grace period on award applications unless otherwise noted.  This date is listed in the “Register/Receive By” column of the calendar, and is the date that document should be in the Florida FFA Office (not postmarked).  Applications received after this date may not be accepted.
  • Where can I get help completing my application?
    In addition to several workshops offered throughout the year at conferences, State and National Convention there are numerous online resources available at ffa.org to help members and advisors prepare for the various award programs.

    • Official FFA Manual
    • Agriscience Fair Handbook
    • National Chapter Award Program Handbook
    • Agriculture Proficiency Award Handbook
    • American FFA Degree Application Guide
  • Anything else I need to know?
    Listed below are some items to keep in mind when completing and submitting award applications:

    • Binding – Applications are to be bound when they are submitted.  Acceptable forms of binding: stapling, spiral binding or three-prong award application folders.  Unacceptable forms of binding: paper clips, three-ring binders.
    • Paper – Applications should be printed on a high quality, matte, white paper. Applications should not be printed on card stock, colored or glossy paper.
    • Printing – Applications should printed single-sided only.
    • Pictures – Any pictures include in an application should be of the highest quality possible and printed in color.
    • Signatures – Applications that are missing signatures will be disqualified.
    • Altered Applications – Applications that have been altered from their original form will be disqualified.

Fort White MS Wins State Tool Identification CDE

By | Career Development Events, Career Development Events - Event Results

GAINESVILLE, Florida – Florida FFA is pleased to announce the winners of the State Tool Identification Career Development Event.  The winners of this event will be recognized at the 88th Florida FFA State Convention and Expo in July.  The competitive event was held on December 1, 2015 in Haines City, FL.

The top five teams received awards sponsored by John Cloran, as a special project of the Florida FFA Foundation.

The Tool Identification Career Development Event is designed to develop the ability to correctly identify the names and uses of a variety of tools common to the Agricultural Education Curriculum.

The High Individual was Katyanna Carr from the Fort White FFA Chapter.  Fort White team members included Katyanna Carr, Cassidy Bruce, Tristian Biddle and Andrew Faul  Their advisor is Jill Huesman.

Middle School Teams

 Placing    Total      Team

1         440  FT WHITE MS

2         433  LAFAYETTE MS

3         423  OCOEE MS

4         421  BUFFALO CREEK MS

5         418  CHIEFLAND MS

6         408  LAKE BUTLER MS

7         403  CRYSTAL LAKE MS

8         390  FROSTPROOF MS

9         388  LAKE WEIR MS

10        387  OKEECHOBEE YEARLING MS

11        381  HIGH SPRINGS

12        377  GRAY MS

13        376  WESTWOOD CHRISTIAN MS

14        375  OKECHOBEE OSCEOLA MS

15        374  CLERMONT MS

16        367  CEDAR KEY MS

17        363  TURKEY CREEK MS

18        363  WILLISTON MS

19        353  OSCEOLA MS

20        350  PIEDMONT LAKES MS

21        348  PAXTON

22        347  BRONSON MS

23        344  AVON PARK MS

24        340  LINCOLN MS

25        340  HAILE MS

26        337  TOMLIN MS

27        326  CH PRICE MS

28        325  FT MEADE MS

29        325  MADISON CENTRAL MS

30        320  HILL GUSTAT

31        314  SUWANNEE MS

32        312  WESTWOOD MS

33        312  KATHLEEN MS

34        308  BARTOW MS

35        304  LAKE PLACID MS

36        302  MARSHALL MS

37        297  GALAXY MS

38        297  MARTINEZ MS

39        295  CORNER LAKE MS

40        294  LAKE ASBURY JR

41        289  HARDEE MS

42        287  NOLAN MS

43        282  JENKINS MS

44        279  SUNRDIGE MS

45        274  MULBERRY MS

46        273  ZEPHYRHILLS MS

47        273  MCLAUGHLIN MS

48        272  BRADFORD MS

49        269  UMATILLA MS

50        247  TAYLOR MS

51        246  ROOSEVELT MS

52        201  MANN MS

53         198  APOPKA MEMORIAL MS

 

ABOUT THE FLORIDA FFA ASSOCIATION

The Florida FFA Association is a premier youth, leadership organization with over 17,000 middle and high school student members – as part of over 300 local FFA chapters across the state. FFA members participate in nearly 50 leadership and career development events each year. The FFA 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.

The Florida FFA Association is a resource and support organization that does not select, control, supervise or approve local chapter or individual member activities except as expressly provided for in the Florida FFA Association Constitution and Bylaws.

The Florida FFA Association affirms its belief in the value of all human beings and seeks diversity in its membership, leadership and staff as an equal opportunity employer.

THE AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION MISSION

Agricultural education prepares students for successful careers and a lifetime of informed choices in the global agriculture, food, fiber and natural resource systems.

THE FFA MISSION

FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.

For more information about Florida FFA and agricultural education, visit floridaffa.org.

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Barrington MS and Kathleen FFA Wins State Citrus CDE

By | Career Development Events, Career Development Events - Event Results

GAINESVILLE, Florida – Florida FFA is pleased to announce the winners of the State Citrus Career Development Event.  The winners of this event will be recognized at the 88th Florida FFA State Convention and Expo in July.  The competitive event was held on December 1, 2015 in Haines City, FL.

The top five teams received awards sponsored by Polk County Farm Bureau and Coca-Cola Refreshments, as a special project of the Florida FFA Foundation.

The Citrus Career Development Event stimulates learning activities to the production and management of citrus fruit.

The High Individuals were Sarah Shipley from the Kathleen FFA Chapter and Macie Lamb from the Barrington MS FFA Chapter. Kathleen team members included Sarah Shipley, Mikayla Myers, Alex Yelvington and Lacee Richardson.  Their advisor is Keitha Hall. Barrington team members included Macie Lamb, Charlotte Byrnes, Rebecca McGuin and Chloe Murphy.  Their advisor is Greg Lehman.

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High School Teams

      Placing   Total  Team

1       1358  KATHLEEN SR

2       1254  LENNARD

3       1174  DURANT

4       1110  OKEECHOBEE BRAHMAN

5       1098  LAKE GIBSON SR

6       1078  HAINES CITY SR

7       1062  LAKEWOOD RANCH SR

8       1042  SOUTH SUMTER JR

9       1038  AUBURNDALE SR

10      1022  NEWSOME

11      1011  HARDEE SR

12      1006  EAST RIDGE

13        986  CLEWISTON

14        982  LAKEWOOD RANCH JR

15        965  FROSTPROOF SR

16        930  SOUTH LAKE SR

17        930  LAKE MINNEOLA

18        914  PALMETTO

19        898  BRADEN RIVER

20        894  WEKIVA

21        882  SOUTH LAKE JR

22        882  WEST ORANGE SR

23        882  SEBRING SR

24        854  JF ST MARTIN

25        786  APOPKA SR

26        770  AVON PARK SR

27        706  LAKE WEIR SR

28        656  LAKE PLACID

29        614  WINTER HAVEN

30        610  DR PHILIPS

31        582  LECANTO SR

32        530  FT MEADE SR

33        406  SOUTH SUMTER SR

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Middle School Teams

      Placing   Total  Team

1       1114  BARRINGTON MS

2         946  CLERMONT MS

3         930  OKEECHOBEE YEARLING

4         930  CRYSTAL LAKE MS

5         898  OCOEE MS

6         874  LAKE GIBSON MS

7         858  DUNDEE RIDGE MS

8         845  SOUTH SUMTER MS

9         806  FROSTPROOF MS

10        790  WOLF LAKE MS

11        782  GRAY MS

12        734  AVON PARK MS

13        730  CLEWISTON MS

14        726  OKEECHOBEE OSCEOLA

15        698  TURKEY CREEK MS

16        638  HILL GUSTAT MS

17        542  KATHLEEN MS

18        525  BARTOW MS

19        510  WESTWOOD MS

20        498  LAKE PLACID MS

21        454  FT MEADE MS

22         442  UMATILLA MS[/column] [/columns]

ABOUT THE FLORIDA FFA ASSOCIATION

The Florida FFA Association is a premier youth, leadership organization with over 17,000 middle and high school student members – as part of over 300 local FFA chapters across the state. FFA members participate in nearly 50 leadership and career development events each year. The FFA 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.

The Florida FFA Association is a resource and support organization that does not select, control, supervise or approve local chapter or individual member activities except as expressly provided for in the Florida FFA Association Constitution and Bylaws.

The Florida FFA Association affirms its belief in the value of all human beings and seeks diversity in its membership, leadership and staff as an equal opportunity employer.

THE AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION MISSION

Agricultural education prepares students for successful careers and a lifetime of informed choices in the global agriculture, food, fiber and natural resource systems.

THE FFA MISSION

FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.

For more information about Florida FFA and agricultural education, visit floridaffa.org.

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Tomlin MS and Durant FFA Win 2015 State Forestry Championship

By | Career Development Events, Career Development Events - Event Results

GAINESVILLE, Florida – Florida FFA is pleased to announce the winners of the State Forestry Career Development Event.  The winners of this event will be recognized at the 88th Florida FFA State Convention and Expo in July.  The competitive event was held on November 12-13, 2015 in Perry, FL.  The event was coordinated by Jim Fleming

The top three teams received awards sponsored by Florida Forest Festival and The Andersons, as a special project of the Florida FFA Foundation.

The purpose of the Forestry CDE is to stimulate interest in forestry, to promote forestry instruction in the agricultural education curriculum, and to provide recognition for those who have demonstrated skill and competency as a result of forestry instruction.

The High Individuals were Jonathan Rowell from the Durant FFA Chapter and Emma Poole from the Tomlin MS FFA Chapter.  Durant team members included Bayli Johns, Ethan Vaughn, Jonathan Rowe and Mike Whatley.  Their advisor is Tim Cribbs.  Tomlin team members included Emma Poole, Hannah Manley, Jackson Padget and Taryn Storter.  Their advisor is Jason Steward.

ABOUT THE FLORIDA FFA ASSOCIATION

The Florida FFA Association is a premier youth, leadership organization with over 17,000 middle and high school student members – as part of over 300 local FFA chapters across the state. FFA members participate in nearly 50 leadership and career development events each year. The FFA 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.

The Florida FFA Association is a resource and support organization that does not select, control, supervise or approve local chapter or individual member activities except as expressly provided for in the Florida FFA Association Constitution and Bylaws.

The Florida FFA Association affirms its belief in the value of all human beings and seeks diversity in its membership, leadership and staff as an equal opportunity employer.

THE AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION MISSION

Agricultural education prepares students for successful careers and a lifetime of informed choices in the global agriculture, food, fiber and natural resource systems.

THE FFA MISSION

FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.

For more information about Florida FFA and agricultural education, visit floridaffa.org.

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High School Teams

Placing     Total           Team

1        1818  DURANT SR

2        1765  LAKE BUTLER SR

3        1763  FORT WHITE SR

4        1725  KATHLEEN SR

5        1694  ALTHA SR

6        1671  BUNNELL SR

7        1618  ORLANDO COLONIAL SR

8        1584  CHARLOTTE SR

9        1506  SOUTH LAKE SR

10        1437  CLEWISTON

11        1376  MILTON SR

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Middle School Teams

Placing     Total           Team

1        1546  TOMLIN MS

2        1540  FORT WHITE MS

3        1493  BARTOW MS

4        1446  OCOEE MS

5        1397  BUDDY TAYLOR MS

6        1321  BUFFALO CREEK MS

7        1318  COTTONDALE MS

8         960  POPLAR SPRINGS MS

9         838  JENKINS MS

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