Ten FFA students from CHS advance to State
Wednesday, April 4, 2012
Ten students from the California FFA Chapter will advance to state to be recognized for success in their SAE (Supervised Agriculture Experience) project. Going to FFA State Contest this year are John Strobel - Dairy Production, William Inglish - Diversified Agriculture Production, Taylor Ratcliff - Diversified Crop, Zachary Merrill - Forage Production, Jacob Kueffer - Grain Production, Anna Parry - Nursery Operations, Bailey Gleen - Outdoor Recreation, Meghan Halsey - Small Animal Production and Care, Jessica Flippin - Veterinary Science, and Phillip Longan - Wildlife Management. Students who received this award filled out an application and won first place in area competition. Applications contain pictures of the student participating in their project, a summary of the project and information about the student's financial standings earned. Proficiences are categorized into specific groups to fit every possible project title. Over 20 proficiency categories are offered, providing a title for all FFA students with an SAE. Congratulations are in order to all the students for moving on to state convention and for receiving this award.