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FFA School Board Presentation — Part 1

FFA School Board Presentation — Part 2

FFA 2015

2015 Student Keystone Recipients

Garret Armstong

Solomon Baker

Makenzie Bishop

Colton Burdge

Corey Graybill

Breanna Frierson 

Cheyenne Maben

Jessie Wagner

Cheyenne Woodward

2015 Freshman FFA Jacket Recipients

Rachel Bargo

Cody Burns

Alissa Goodling

Jessica Hockenberry

Brooke Hosler

Austin Hutchinson

Jesse Kirk

Mahala Laub

Hunter Lauver

Dillon Meyers

Wade Moore

Dominic Moreno

Faith Pannebaker

Scott Ritter

Austin Shearer

Raven Wirrick

Ethan Woodward

Haley Yoder

Also, our very own Katie McLaughlin (’14 graduate) led the Mid-Winter Conference as the State FFA President, on Jan 12, 2015 at the Farm Show where these individuals received their honors.


FFA Parent Letter

Dear Parents/Guardians and FFA Members,
Your child(ren) has shown an interest and commitment to becoming a member of the Juniata FFA Chapter. While some people believe that you have to live on a farm to be in FFA, this is no longer true. FFA is the student organization that at one time was known as “Future Farmers of America,” however in 1988 it was changed to the “National FFA Organization.” This was done to accommodate the changing face and diversity of today’s agriculture. Whereas agricultural production in farming crops and livestock was the focal point for projects, new projects like turf grass management, forestry, ag sales, floriculture/landscaping, and many more are becoming accepted into FFA activities.
The 2014-2015 officers have an exciting year planned for the members of the Juniata FFA Chapter. We have a great officer team and we are all very excited to spread the word about FFA and show our achievements. Please feel free to contact me with any questions or comments at the school 717-436-2193 or email me at
Jessica E. Morgan
Juniata High School Agriculture Teacher
FFA Advisor

Annual Fruit and Cheesecake Sale

The Juniata FFA is having the annual fruit and cheesecake sale. If you would like to order you may order several different ways:
  1. Fruit can be purchased directly from an FFA member from _____________ till _____________ .
  2. If you do not know an FFA member, please use the to order “Standard Products” items. These items will be picked up at the Juniata High School on _____________ . You will simply pay with a credit card, print your conformation page, and pick up your fruit. It is that easy. The e-commerce site will stop taking orders on _____________ .
  3. You may also use the e-commerce site,, to order items and have them shipped to your house, or a family member’s house out of state. For these items order the items that are under the “Holiday Gift Shipping” heading. The price includes shipping of these items.
  4. You may look on the website and call or email your order (if you do not want to order online with a credit card) To order use the phone number 717-953-1691 or send an email to When leaving a phone message please leave a call back number and a name. Fruit can be paid for at the time of pick up on _____________ .

2015-2016 Program of Activities


June 16 to 18……………………………..FFA Activities Week
June 18 to 22…………………………….Tuscarora Heritage Day


TBA………………………………………….4-H Youth Fair


FFA Statistics

How to Get Involved & Interesting Statistics

The National FFA Organization is dedicated to making a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.
There are a couple way’s to get involved:
  • Simply take a Agricultural course at your school
  • Attend the National FFA Convention
  • Participate in fundraisers

Interesting Statistics

  1. Today there are 523,309 FFA members, aged 12-21, in 7,487 chapters in all 50 states, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.
  2. 38% of FFA members are female; women hold more than 50% of state leadership positions
  3. 75% of our membership is Caucasian; 11% is Hispanic and 4% is African-American
  4. 89% of FFA members are in grades 9-12; 6% are in grades 7-8; 5% are high school graduates
  5. 27% of FFA members live in rural farm areas; 39% live in rural non-farm areas with the remaining 34% of members living in urban and suburban areas
  6. FFA chapters are in 16 of the 20 largest cities, including New York, Chicago and Philadelphia
  7. The top five membership states are California, Texas, Georgia, Oklahoma and Missouri.
  8. The 2009 National FFA Convention was host to 53,473 members, FFA advisers and FFA supporters.