2019-2020 FFA Members

FFA Group Photo: El Dorado Springs FFA boasts 122 in school members this year.

Food For America Two:​ Avery Schiereck pictured with a group of students discussing parts of a steer. Food For America is one of the things that kindergarteners through sixth graders look forward to. They get to sit in the tractor, get to see all kinds of animals, and learn about different kinds of plants.

Food For America:​ Rayden Davis pictured with silage chopper

American Degrees:​ Pictured Left to Right: Madison Whitaker, Wyatt Graves, Chance Koger, Amy Ford. These four traveled to Indianapolis to be recognized for the highest degree in FFA, the American FFA Degree.

ELDO FFA Officers: Front Row (L-R) Allyson Snodgrass, Kraysen Leonard, Avery Schiereck, Cheyenne Lame, KayLynne McCullick. Back Row (L-R) Trey Graves, Hannah Smith, Abigail Klaiber, Carolyn Huff, Brady Leonard

BOAC:​ The Floriculture class asked for a grant for the community garden. We received a grant of $500 to build an entryway to make the Garden more welcoming to the neighborhood. The students that applied to get the grant were Morgan Baldwin, Kelsey Burley, Abby Cheek, Ambrosia Nations, and Allyson Snodgrass.

Summer Party:​ During the summer the chapter always have a summer party. It consists of fun games and a slip ‘n slide. Pictured Left to Right: Sydney Barger, Hannah Smith, Avery Schiereck, Abigail Klaiber, KayLynne McCullick, Danica Lowrey

WLC:​ Front Row: Cheyenne Lame, Preston Robison, Trey Graves. Second Row: Alexis Barnett, Madison Hacker, Avery Schiereck, Hannah Smith. Third Row: Kelsey Burley Brady Leoanard, Kraysen Leonard, Hannah Haberle, David Templin, Cameron Parrish. These members traveled to Washington Leadership Conference for one week over the summer. They spent time touring monuments and learning about servant leadership. The week is inspiring to all members who can see the importance of agriculture and our food supply. The city is a great site to learn about how one person can have an influence in a big way!

Christmas Parade: ​The FFA students spent a week everyday afterschool building a christmas float. Some of the students rode on the float and would wave at all the people watching the christmas parade.

National Convention:​ Every year students get selected to have the opportunity to go to National Convention. Students listened to National Officers speak, watched the National FFA Talent Show, and explored Trader’s Point Creamery a local dairy farm in Indiana.

Rewards Trip : ​Top 20 FFA members enjoying the sights and sound of Memphis Every summer the top 20 students get to go on a rewards trip. The chapter usually votes on a place to go that everyone would enjoy. Last year, they went to Memphis, TN to explore agriculture the blues!