The Preble Shawnee FFA Chapter held their annual 8th grade recruitment event. This event is designed to educate 8th graders about the FFA program. The six activities each demonstrated a different aspect of the curriculum, as well as, the FFA experience as a whole.
One of the courses in the curriculum for next year involves welding. Layne Brown and Darian Rader were in charge of the welding activity. At this station, students used graham crackers and icing to practice making different types of welds.
As first year members, you are required to take the Food Science and Natural Resources class. This class is a building block for all other courses that are offered in this program. The first subject that is covered in this class is soils. Therefore, Tabby Blevins came up with an activity to briefly touch on the basics of soils. Students used Oreo cookies, chocolate and vanilla pudding, gummy worms, and sprinkles to represent the soil layers.… Continue readingRead More »