Westfall FFA
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  Welcome to Westfall FFA website. We are an agricultural science program located in Williamsport, OH. Our chapter has 167 active AET student accounts and 2 teachers.  

Our students are developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.

Please take a look around our site to see what's going on at Westfall FFA.

 
 
 
 
 
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January 19
    212/360 Conference
January 20
    212/360 Conference II
January 21
    No School
January 22
    D7 Ag Comm
January 23
    January Meeting
January 25
    STATE Nursery Landscape CDE - 1st Regional
January 25
    Elementary Dance

 
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Date Posted: 10/10/2018

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?Westfall FFA Summer Officer Retreat- On May 30th-June 1st the 2018-19 Westfall FFA Officers went to retreat at FFA Camp Muskingum. While there the eight officers including, Megan Gibboney, Maylon Conrad, Brooke Sweeney, Riley Minor, Jacob Hawks, Doria Welch, Justin Goldsmith and Tyler Adams, all worked together to set goals they wanted the chapter and themselves to accomplish as well as activities they would like to hold throughout the year. Not only did they get prepared for the year, but they also got to spend time getting to know each other while doing activities like kayaking, playing paintball, a low-ropes course and cooking for each other. They are all very excited to put their ideas to action in the upcoming school year!


The Westfall FFA is a satellite program of Pickaway Ross CTC.



Date Posted: 7/23/2018

HyperLink Westfall FFA attends National FFA Convention Eighteen members of the Westfall FFA Chapter recently attended the National FFA Convention in Louisville, Kentucky. The members were joined by advisors Rick Metzger and Rachel Scior and Westfall Local Schools Superintendent Mrs. Cara Riddel. While on the trip, members toured Jungle Jym’s, a 200,000 square foot grocery store in Cincinnati that features foods from all over the world. They also toured a tobacco farm in southern Indiana and the Louisville Slugger factory and museum in Louisville. At the convention members attended the opening session featuring National President Clay Sapp and motivational speaker Rick Pitino. They also attended the second, sixth and eighth sessions which featured national chapter awards, proficiency awards and the presentation of American Degree awards. The Westfall Agricultural Education Department is a satellite program of the Pickaway-Ross Career and Technology Center. 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.
Date Posted: 1/6/2014

Westfall FFA team places in STATE The Westfall FFA Chapter recently participated in the Ohio FFA Association’s Career Development Event competition for Agricultural Communications. The team of Breanna Post, Samantha Cooper and Brad Wippel placed 5th out of 20 teams in the state The Agricultural Communications career development event is designed to test Agricultural Education students’ abilities for writing journalism articles for agricultural publications and radio broadcasts as well as magazine layout and web design. Team members were required to prepare a 12-page proposal for a communications project. The team developed the project using the theme of “A Taste of Pickaway County.” The proposal involved communicating to the public about locally grown food as well as area businesses. The proposal included sample news articles, press releases, brochures, spot announcements, flyers, and assessment instruments. The teams were required to give a 15-minute presentation to a panel of three judges from the agricultural communications industry. The team developed a PowerPoint presentation for this part of the contest and all members had a part in presenting. After all teams had presented, a mock 15-minute press conference was held. Following the press conference, Post wrote a news article, Cooper produced a digital broadcast, and Wippel developed a graphic design plan based on the information in the press conference. Team members were then required to perform an editing exercise, correcting a news article using standard editing marks and then, take a written exam on AP journalism style. The competition was developed and sponsored by Farm and Dairy for the Ohio FFA Association. The Westfall Agricultural Education Department is a satellite program of the Pickaway Ross Career and Technology Center. 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.
Date Posted: 1/6/2014

 
     
 
 
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For information about Westfall FFA , please contact:
Westfall FFA
19463 Pherson Pike
Williamsport, OH 43164

 
 
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