ANNOUNCEMENTS AND UPCOMING EVENTS
Announcements and upcoming events are listed here on the home page. Be sure to check the "news" page for write-ups on events that have already happened.
Officer Interviews will be held on Tuesday, April 15 after school. Individual times will be scheduled.
The applications are due on Tuesday, April 8. Official dress is required for the interviews.
Just a reminder that attending the District Officer Training was the first requirement to run for an office.
The FFA will be awarding a scholarship this year from the donations received at the Community Breakfast. Amount awarded and number of scholarships to be determined. An application my be picked up in the AG room, the guidance office or downloaded and printed from here. Details, requirements and considerations can be found on the application. DUE DATE is May 1.
FFA Community Breakfast
The Annual FFA Community Breakfast will be on Friday, March 21st in the AG Building from 6-8am.
Donations are accepted with all proceeds benefitting an FFA Scholarship fund.
FFA Members - we need your help in helping cook and serve. Officers need to be at the Ag Building at 5am to get set up and all other workers need to be here no later then 5:30am.
Attention Potential Officers
If you are interested in running for an office for the 2014-2015 school year your first mandatory step is to attend the District Officer Training on Wednesday, March 12 at Fairfield Union after school. The bus will leave at 3pm. Official dress is required. Sign up no later then Friday, March 7th.
Marysville Judging Invitational
On Saturday, March 8 we will be attending the Marysville Livestock Judging Invitational. We are leaving at 7:30am and will return mid-afternoon. You can participate in livestock or equine evaluation or Wildlife management. Sign up in class no later then Friday, March 7th.
National FFA Week is Coming!!! Join in the following days to help celebrate.
Monday 2-17 - National Blue and Gold Day / Official Dress
Tuesday 2-18 - FFA T-Shirt Day
Wednesday 2-19 - Hay Day - Pay a $1, wear a hat, support the Heart Center at CHildren's Hospital
Thursday 2-20 - Camo Day
Friday 2-21 - Flannel and Carhartt Day
Job Interview - 5 divisions: freshman, sophomore, junior, senior, 1st year jr/sr
Public Speaking - creed, beginning prepared, advanced prepared, extemp
Ag Sales - 4 member team
Wilmington Contest - we will leave before school and not return until after school - livestock and horse
Marysville Contest - livestock, horse, poultry and wildlife
Ag Mech Skills
Make sure you sign up for all of these CDEs ASAP and start preparing yourself.
Dates for contests and practice are listed under Upcoming Events.
We will be attending a State FFA Leadership night at Amanda on Wednesday, November 20. The event starts at 6pm. We will leave the school at 5:15pm.
The FFA is holding the 2nd Annual Thanksgiving Baskets Drive. Each 1st period class has been given the goal of collecting the non-perishable items that will make up a Thanksgiving meal. OUr goal is for all 32 1st period classes to complete a basket. That would provide a meal for 32 families in the district. Last year we collected 64 and was able to give 32 families a meal at both Thanksgiving and Christmas. The class that collects the most complete baskets wins a donut party. Every person that donates an item gets put into a drawing for a $50 pre-paid Visa. The more you donate, the more times your name is entered, which means the more chances to win.
Fruit Sale Orders and money due 11-8-13
National Convention Update
Below is the final letter sent home with those students attending National Convention.
FFA Fruit Sale
The FFA Fruit Sale Kicks off on Thursday, October 17th. FFA members will be taking orders. We have gone to a pre-pay sale this year. Orders are due by November 8th. Fruit will be available for pickup on December 3rd and 4th in the AG Building between 7:30am and 7pm.
We are selling tangerines, navel oranges, pink grapefruit, tangelos, red and golden delicious apples, fuji apples, small and large fruit baskets, and a mixed box of fruit. We also have DB Yummers BBQ sauce and candles. Thank you in advance for your support of the Logan Elm FFA.
Pumpkin Show Parade
The FFA will be riding through the Wednesday, 8pm Pumpkin Show Parade. SIgn up in class if you plan to ride.
The winner of the raffle was Betty Wolford. Congratulations to her and Taylor Romine, the student that sold the winning ticket.
Tackling Cancer Game
On Saturday, September 7th Logan Elm will be hosting the County Tackling Cancer Football Game. The day will be filled with activities for all ages. The FFA will be hosting a straw maze and pony rides for kids to enjoy. We will have a sign up in class that week for FFA members to help out.
National FFA Convention
The cost to go to convention in reality is $247. With the money raised through the raffle, the cost is $206 per student attending.
A trip to National FFA Convention in Louisville, KY is currently being planned. We will be leaving on Thursday, Oct. 31 after school and returning on Saturday, Nov. 2. The trip will include convention sessions, leadership workshops, career and trade shows, a Buckeye Bash and other activities to be determined. Information will be going home this week. Be sure to see Mr. King if you are interested. Applications will be available on Tuesday, September 3rd. Applications are due on Wednesday, September 11th. Your deposit of $75 is also due with your application. If you are selected to go, the deposit is nonrefundable because your registration will already be paid for.
First jacket order of the year will be placed on Wednesday, September 11th. If you want in on this order, your money needs to be in and you need to be sized by Tuesday, September 10th. Your cost is $50 which includes your jacket and a tie or scarf. Jackets will be in before National Convention if placed on this order. Another order will not be done for a few months.
Another exciting year has begun at Logan Elm. The year has lots to bring for FFA members. You will have the opportunity to get involved with CDEs, community service projects and good fun and fellowship. The more you get involved, the better your experience will be.
Our motto this year is: Make Good Choices, Try Your Best, and Be a Leader...Changing the Perception
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