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FFA SWEET POTATO SALE TO BEGIN NOVEMBER 1ST THROUGH NOV. 14TH.

.OUR SWEET POTATO SALE WILL BEGIN NOV.1ST THROUGH NOV.14TH.  FFA MEMBERS WILL SELLING 20 LB. BAGS OF SWEET POTATOES  FOR $8:00 PER BAG.  WE WILL TAKE PRE ORDERS WITH MONEY COLLECTED AT THE TIME OF THE ORDER.  POTATOES WILL BE READY FOR PICKUP ON THE 15TH OR 16TH OF NOVEMBER. THIS DATE COULD VARY DEPENDING ON WEATHER CONDITIONS.  STUDENTS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR GETTING THEIR CUSTOMERS THE POTATOES THEY ORDERED AND PAID FOR. THE FFA MEMBER SELLING THE MOST BAGS (MUST SELL OVER TEN BAGS) OF POTATOES WILL RECIEVE A $50 CHECK.  THE PAST TWO YEARS OUR CHAPTER HAS SOLD OVER 500 BAGS OR 10,000 LBS. OF SWEET POTATOES.  THIS MONEY IS USED TO BUY MEMBER SHIRTS AND PROVIDE MONEY FOR CHAPTER ACTIVITIES.  REMEMBER THE SALE BEGINS NOVEMBER 1ST.

 

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Shop FFA

www.flagintheclassroom (Florida Ag In The Classroom)

 

 

 

 

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Join FFA Today!!

The Florida FFA Association is an integral part of agricultural education.  Ernest Ward FFA members embrace concepts taught in agricultural classrooms and build valuable skills through hands-on experiential learning. 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. 

Pick up your information and membership forms to join FFA today!  They are available in the cafeteria.

 

Facts by the numbers:

 

17,000 Florida FFA members

65,000 Agricultural education students

300 Florida FFA Chapters

400 Florida Agriculture Teachers

629,367 Student members of the National FFA Organization!!!!!!

 

 

 

 

Cynthia Wilson

Wilson, Cynthia Teacher

Current Assignments

Learning Objective The student will be able to describe the modern agriculture industry , trace major developments in the history of agriculture and commercial ag. The student will be able to list the benefits of agriculture to the United States and identify factors impacting food and fiber in the future.
   
11/13/17 11/14/2017 11/15/2017 11/16/2017 11/17/2017
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Focus Lesson (10 min) Focus Lesson (10 min) Focus Lesson (10 min) Focus Lesson (10 min) Focus Lesson (10 min)

 

Read from " The City of Ember"

 

Read from "The city of Ember

 

Read from "The City of Ember"

 

Read From "The City of Ember"

 

clean up and prep for fall break

20min Lecture/Discussion/Group Activity: 15-20min Lecture/Discussion/Group Activity: 15-20min Lecture/Discussion/Group Activity: 15-20min Lecture/Discussion/Group Activity: 15-20min Lecture/Discussion/Group Activity:

Food Web

 

Food Web

Google Classroom

Cardboard gardening

 

Clean up and prep for fall break

15-20min Wind Down/Work Period:   15-20min Wind Down/Work Period: 15-20min Wind Down/Work Period: 15-20min Wind Down/Work Period:

Prep the garden

 

 

 

Agriscience  Explorations

Natural Resources

 

Complete the google classroom assignment.

 Cardboard Garden vs. row gardening Clean up and prep for fall break.
5-10min Exit Activity: 5-10min Exit Activity:

5-10 Exit

Activity:

5-10min Exit Activity: 5-10min Exit Activity:

World hunger discussion. How do we feed all these people

Group Discussion on team work.

Group discussion on personal goals

 

Group Discussion about teamwork Group discussion  community service
         
         

Theodore is happy being back at school!!

Theodore is happy being back at school!!

FFA News

 

FFA had a great time participating in the Northview homecoming parade. A big thank you to Mr. Billy Danielson for providing us with a "big green tractor" and trailer.  Also thank you to all of our parents for supporting our FFA chapter !!

 

We also had a great day working on our fair booth exhibit.  We have some signs to make but we our looking good.  Thank you everyone you have worked hard.

 

So proud of all of our cattle men and women showing in the Pensacola Fair.  Show results will be posted as soon as they are confirmed.