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FFA Quiz Bowl

Stratford FFA Study Guide

QuestionAnswer
What are the three components of AG Education SAE, FFA, & Classroom Instruction
The FFA was based on what orginzation The future farmers of Virginia
What is the Number of Divisions within the National FFA Center Education Division-4 Teams Information Services Division-2 Teams Business Development and Services Divisions-4 Teams Development and Partnership Division-3 Teams
What is the Number of Standing Committees recognized by National FFA State with the Largest number of FFA Members-California State with the most FFA Chapters-California State with the most FFA alumni members-Wisconsin States that are 100% state associations-California, North Dakota, & Oklahoma
Where is the National FFA Center and Supply Service Since 1998, The land was donated by Dow AgroSciences Indianapolis, Indiana
Where is the National FFA Headquarters Located Alexandria, Virginia
Where is the National FFA Foundation Located Indianapolis, Indiana
Where was the National FFA foundation located before it moved to Indianapolis, Indiana Madison, Wisconsin
Where is the 2013 Present National FFA Convention held Louisville, Kentucky
Where was the 2006-2012 National FFA Convention held Indianapolis, Indiana
Where was the 1928-1998 National FFA Convention held Kansas City, Missouri
What are all of the U.S. Presidents who have addressed the National FFA Convention Eisenhower, Truman, Nixon, Ford, Carter, Reagan, and George H.W. Bush
Who is the only U.S. President to have been a FFA member Jimmy Carter
Who was the last U.S. President to address the National FFA Convention George H.W. Bush in 1991
Who was the first U.S. President to address the National FFA Convention Dwight D. Eisenhower
What is the National FFA Colors Corn Gold and National Blue
Who wrote the FFA creed E.M. Tiffany- five paragraphs all starts with, "I Believe"
What does E.M. stand for Erwin Milton
What National Convention was the FFA Creed Adopted 3rd National Convention
What two National Conventions was the FFA Creed Revised 38th and 63rd convention
what 12 words make up the FFA Motto Learning to Do, Doing to Learn, Earning to Live, Living to Serve
What is the Primary tool in Agricultural education words Learning by Doing
What five symbols and two words make up the FFA Emblem -Cross Section of an Ear of Corn Unity Twenty Kernels of Corn -Rising Sun Signifies Progress and Holds the promise that tomorrow will bring a new day -Plow labor and Tillage of the Soil and the Historic foundation of our country's strength
What does agricultural education signify The combination of learning and leadership of necessary for progressive agriculture.
What happened in 1917 Smith-Hughes Act establishes vocational agriculture courses
What happened in 1925 Virginia Tech Ag Education teachers Henry Groseclose,Harry Sanders, Walter S. Newman, and Edmund C. Magill organize the Future Farmers of Virginia of boys in agriculture classes. The FFV serves as the Model for the Future Farmers of America
What happened in 1926 American Royal invites vocational agriculture students to participate in livestock judging
What happened in 1928 FFA founded 33 delegates from 18 states Hotel Baltimore Kansas City, MO
What happened in 1929 -Official Colors were adopted -Carlton Patton, AK was named the first star farmer of america The Wisconsin association of FFA was chartered
When was the FFA Creed adopted for speaking contests 1930
In what year did the Delegates Restrict Membership to boys only 1930
When was the First Official Dress Uniform adopted: Dark Blue Shirt, Blue or White Pants, Blue Cap, and a Yellow Tie 1930
When was the First National Public Speaking Contest, Prepared Public Speaking 1930
In what year was the Blue Corduroy Jacket adopted as the Official Dress 1933
When was the First group of FFA members to travel to Washington D.C. and are met on the White House Lawn by President Franklin D. Roosevelt 1933
When was the New Farmers of America Founded in Tuskegee, AL by George Washington Owens Teacher Trainer from Virginia State College wrote Constitution and bylaws in the NFA in 1927 1935
When was the Active FFA members exceed 100,000 members for the first time. 1935
What happened in 1937 During the National Convention action was taken to establish a National FFA Camp and Leadership School in Washington D.C.
In what year did the FFA purchase a 28 and a half acres of land from George Washington estate used for the National FFA Camp and later used for National FFA Headquarters 1939
When did the Identical twins Albert and Arthur Lacey of Hondo Texas become the only Members to share the title of Star Farmer of America 1939
When was the National FFA Foundation founded 1944
In what year did the 138, 549 FFA Members serve in the Armed Services in World War II 1944
When did The National Proficiency Award and Agricultural mechanics start 1944
In what year did the National FFA Band Form 1947
When did the FFA Week establish during the week of George Washington's birthday 1947
When was the National FFA Chorus form 1948
When was the First International Program 1948
When was the National FFA Supply start 1948
When was The National FFA Talent Program start 1948
When did the First FFA week get celebrated during the week of Gorge Washington's birthday 1948
When was the Record jump in memberships from 238,269 in 1947 to 260,300 in 1948; so many members attended the 20th National Convention that a folding -cot hotel was set up in the basement of the Municipal Auditorium in Kansas City 1948
What happened in 1950 Us Congress Passes Public law 740, which granted FFA a Federal Charter
In what year was the FFA Code of Ethnics Adopted 1952
In what year was The National Future Farmers Magazine published 1952
When was the Special postage stamp issued by the U.S. post office 1953
When did President Dwight D. Eisenhower address the Convention 1953
In what year did the National FFA Silver Anniversary 1953
What happened in 1957 Former President Harry S. Truman spoke during the National Convention
What happened in 1959 Dedication of first National FFA Center in Alexandria Virginia is dedicated
In what year was the First National Leadership Training Conference held 1959
What happened in 1965 New Farmers of America (NFA) merges with FFA
What happened in 1966 First Ag Career Show at the National FFA Convention
What happened in 1968 President Richard Nixon attends National FFA Convention
Name the 5 Symbols of the FFA Emblem Cross section of an ear of corn Rising sun Plow Owl Eagle
What does the Ear of corn on The FFA Emblem stands for -Unity -20 Kernels of corn
What does the Rising Sun on The FFA Emblem Stand for -Signifies Progress and holds the promise that tomorrow will bring a new day
What does the Plow on The FFA Emblem Stand for -Labor -Tillage of the soil -Historic foundation of our's county strength
What does the Owl on The FFA Emblem Stand for -Knowledge and wisdom -The knowledge required to be successful in the industry of Agriculture
What does the Eagle on The FFA Emblem Stand for -Freedom -Ability to explore new horizons for the future of agriculture
In what year were the Females Admitted into the FFA 1969
When did Ken Dunagan, AZ get named the first star agribusiness person of America 1969
When did Washington Leadership Conference (Now WLC) begin 1969
In what year did the Delegate body of the National FFA Convention establish the alumni class of membership as part of the constitution. 1969
What happened in 1970 Building our American Communities (BOAC) program was started
What happened in 1971 National FFA Alunmi Association was organized
What happened in 1972 Wisconsin FFA Alumni Association was organized
What happened in 1973 FFA Official Dress Standards Created
What happened in 1974 President Ford addresses National Convention
What happened in 1975 Food For America program Launched
In what year did Julie Smiley of Washington become the first female get elected to a National FFA office 1976
In what year did the First FFA Student Handbook get Published 1976
When did Alaska become the last of the 50 states to obtain a National Charter 1976
What happened in 1977 Golden Anniversary (50th) Anniversary Convention
In what year did the Commemorative marker note the site of FFA founding unveiled in Kansas City, Missouri 1978
When did President Carter address the National Convention (Former FFA Member) 1978
What happened in 1979 First Extemporaneous Speaking Contests Christie Peterson Wisconsin Wins
What happened in 1980 First Time National FFA Foundation raised $1 million in one year
When did the FFA Times newspaper first printed at National Convention 1981
When was the Wisconsin FFA Foundation was established 1981
What happened in 1982 Jan Eberly, California becomes the first Female National FFA President
In what year did the Ag ED Network, a computerized information service of FFA was created 1983
In what year was the National FFA Scholarship Program was started 1983
When did the First TV Public Service Announcement made 1984
What happened in 1985 First National TV Special "Agriculture's next generation of interest" Aired
What happened in 1986 Agriscience Teacher of the year was awarded
When did the First National Television Satellite broadcast of the National FFA Convention happen 1987
In what year did the Vice-President George H.W. Busch speak at National Convention 1987
In what year did the Delegates at the National Convention changed "Future Farmers of America" to the "National FFA Organization" and approved a total of 18 1988
When did President Ronald Reagan Spoke at the National FFA Convention Via a Prerecorded Message 1988
When did the 7th and 8th grade students get allowed to become FFA members 1988
What happened in 1989 Magazine's name changed to FFA New Horizons
What happened in 1990 Delegates System Revised to 475
When did the Partners in Activity Learning Support (PALS) Program is Established 1990
When did the Delegates Vote "NO" To a new FFA Creed During the 63 National FFA Convention 1990
When did the Virgin Islands and Guam granted association characters and five chapters and Micronesia were granted affiliate Chapter Characters 1991
In what year did President Bush address the National Convention 1991
In what year was the last State FFA Convention in Green Lake Wisconsin 1994
In what year did Corey Flournoy, Illinois FFA Association is the first African American to be Elected National FFA President, He is also the first Urban Student Leader 1994
In what year was the code of Ethnics Revised 1995
When was the First State FFA Convention in Madison Wisconsin 1995
When did the National Dues Increase from $3.50 to $5.00 annually 1996
In what year was the Reinstated H.O. Sargent Award Promoting Diversity Among Chapters 1996
In what year was the Establishment of FFA Home Page on the World Wide Web (WWW) 1996
When did the Board of Directors Vote to move the National FFA Organization business Office to Indianapolis, Indiana from Alexandria, VA 1996
When did the Board of Directors Vote to move the National Convention from Kansas City to Louisville in 1999 1996
In what year did the Wisconsin FFA Code of Ethnics get adopted 1996
When did the First Ari-Entrepreneurship Awards presented 1997
When did the Dedication of the new National FFA Center in Indianapolis, Indiana 1998
When did the Dedication of the Agricultural Education National Headquarters in Alexandria, Virginia 1998
When did the Public Law 81-740 (which provides FFA a Federal Chapter) was revised through Congress and replaced by Public Law 105-225 on August 12 1998
When was the last National FFA Convention in Kansas City 71st National Convention 1998
In what year did Jose Santiago is elected to a National FFA Office; he is the first member from Puerto Rico to serve as a National Offcer 1998
When was the First National Convention in Louisville, Kentucky 72nd National Convention 1999
When was the First National Creed Speaking Contest; Michael Van Winkle of AK wins 1999
When was the discovery FFA Degree added 2000
In what year did the First American Star in Agricultural Placement 2001
In what year did Steve Offer, WI get named the First American Star in Agriscience 2001
In what year did Nicholas Streff, SD get named the First American Star in Ag Placement 2001
In what year was the 75th National FFA Convention Held in Louisville, KY 2002
When was the Official Dress Standards revised 2002
In what year was the First Female Star Farmer named; Karlene Lindow Wisconsin 2002
When did Javier Moreno elected National FFA President. He was the first president elected from Puerto Rico ad having a native language of Spanish 2003
In what year did the FFA Live first aired on RFD-TV 2003
When did the Officer Jacket Colors restored and the Jacket is re-designed 2003
In what year was the last National Convention in Louisville, Kentucky 78th National Convention 2005
When did the National FFA launch Seeds of Hope as a fundraiser to help rebuild the Gulf Coast states Ag education and FFA programs following Hurricane Katrina $770,000 in donations were distributed 2005
When did the FFA Foundation breaks the $10 million mark for FFA fundraising 2005
In what year did the Endorsement of agricultural education's long-range goal of 10,000 quality agricultural education programs by 2015 where every student is a member of FFA and has a relevant SAE 2006
When did the First National Convention in Indianapolis, IN 79th National Convention 2006
In what year did the FFA Merchandise Center opens its doors 2007
In what year did the Membership breaks the half-million mark with 500,823 members in 7,358 chapters 2007
When did the FFA New Horizons add on-lines feature-www.ffanewhorizons.org 2007
In what year did the 81st National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, IN has a record attendance of 54,731 members, teachers, supporters, and guests 2008
When did the Membership hit 31-year high at 507, 763 2008
When did the Board make a decision to rotate the 2013 convention and beyond between Louisville and Indianapolis three years each, beginning with Louisville 2008
In what year did the FFA member networking site, FFA Nation, launches at ffanation.ffa.org 2008
What does Agricultural Education, FFA signify It signifies the combination of learning and leadership necessary for progressive agriculture
What does the FFA Mission do for people IT MAKES A POSITIVE DIFFERENCE IN THE LIVES OF STUDENTS BY DEVELOPING THEIR POTENTIAL FOR PREMIER LEADERSHIP, PERSONAL GROWTH, AND CAREER SUCCESS THROUGH AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION
What are the 7 Career Pathways in Agriculture 1. Food Products and Processing 2. Agribusiness 3. Environment Service 4. Natural Resources 5. Power, Structural, and Technical 6. Animal 7. Plant
What is the FFA Salute Pledge of Allegiance
When does a FFA and Alumni member receive the magazine Once they pay their dues
What does the Editorial Board consist of 4 FFA members, 4 high school agricultural teachers, and on state executive secretary and three FFA center staff members
How much does a Gift subscriptions cost $6.00
When Each joke a member sends in and is published Receives how much money $5.00
What is the FFA Magazine called "FFA New Horizons"
How many times is the FFA Magazine Published in one year 6 times
What is the first thing all officers and members should participate in to officially begin a meeting Opening Ceremonies
What are the rules to running an effective meeting called Parliamentary Procedure
What tool is used to call the meeting to order Gavel
When is taped once it means Motion Pass or Fail; Adjourn or Sit Down
When is taped twice it means The meeting will come to order
When is taped three it means Everyone Should Stand
When is taped series of times it means Quiet Down
What is the program of activities (POA) It is a plan on what the Chapter wants to get Accomplished during the year, 3 divisions-student, Chapter, Community 13 standards-leadership, healthy lifestyle, SAE, Scholarship, Ag Career Skills Recruitment, Finance/economics, public relations, leadership
What is the Official Dress for Girls -Black Shirt (To the Knees) Black Nylons or Black Pants -White Blouse with Official FFA Blue Scarf -Black Shoes and Official FFA Jacket (zipped up to the top)
What is the Official Dress for Boys -Black Pants -All White Shirt (With a Collar) -Official FFA Tie -Black Shoes and Socks -Official FFA Jacket (Zipped up to the TOP)
What are the Ten Essentials of a successful Chapter 1.FFA knowledge 2.Mebership Diversity 3.All Members Share responsibility 4. Capable Officers 5. Challenging Program of Activities 6. Workable Constitution and Bylaws 7. Proper Equipment and Records 8. Well-Planned, Regularly-held 9. 10.
What is the Agriscience Award It is the student research projects in agriculture-8 national finalists
What is the Agriscience Teacher of the Year It is the Innovative Agriculture Curriculum
What is the Proficiency Award It is the 47 proficiency areas, two types-entrepreneurship and placement 48 state Food service Awards that recognize individuals for their Achievement in their supervised Agricultural experiences (SAE)
What is the National Chapter Award it Recognizes Chapter for their activities in student development, chapter development, and community development
What is Food for America it is a program that allows FFA member the opportunity to educate elementary students about the food and fiber systems
What does the 6 national officers consist of 1 president, 1 secretary, 4 regional vice-presidents
What does the National FFA President have to appoint The President has to appoint three regular committees- Nominating committee, Audit Committee, Program o Activities Committee
How man National FFA Regions are there 4 Eastern, Western, Central, and Southern
How many States are in the Eastern Region and can you name them 18 Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Kentucky, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia
How many States are in the Southern Region and can you name them 11 Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virgin Islands
How many States are in the Central Region and can you name them 12 Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Wisconsin, Wyoming
How many States are in the Western Region and can you name them Alaska, Arizona, California, Guam, Hawaii, Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Texas, Utah, Washington
Who is the National President Clay Sapp- Florida
Who is the National Secretary Katie Hall- Georgia
Who is the National Eastern Region Vice- President Joenelle Futrell- Kentucky
Who is the National Western Region Vice- President Lindsey Anderson- California
Who is the National Southern Region Vice- President Wiley Bailey- Alabama
Who is the National Central Region Vice- President Brennan Costello- Nebraska
Who is the National FFA Advisor Steve A. Brown
Who is the National Executive Secretary Currently Unfilled
Who is the National Chairman of the National Board of Directors Steve A. Brown
Who is the National FFA Foundation Director Rob Cooper
Who is the National Treasurer Marion Fletcher
Who is the National Chief Executive Officer Dwight Armstrong
Who is the National Chief Operating Officer Josh Bledsoe
Who is the National FFA Alumni President Anita Schneider
Who is the National Director of NAAE Jay Jackman
Who is the National FFA Alumni Executive Director Frank Saldana
Who is the National Director of the National FFA Band Joe LaJoye
Who is the National Director of the National FFA Chorus Patti LaJoye
Who is the National Director of the National FFA Talent Program Gary Maricle
Who is the National FFA Sponsors Board Chairman 2011 Melody Alford
How many people are in the Foundation Board of Directors 11
How many People are in the Board of Directors 22
What does the National Nominating Committee consist of 9 members, two from each region and one chairperson selected at- large
Who was the First National FFA Advisor Dr. C.H. (Charles Homer) Lane
Who was the First National FFA President Leslie Applegate- New Jersey- 1928-29
Who were the Two National FFA Presidents in 1942-43 Harold Gums and Marvin Jagels
Who was the first Female National FFA Officer Julie Smiley, Washington
Who was the first African American National FFA President Corey Flournoy, Illinois 1994-1995
Who was the First Female National FFA President Jan Elberly, California 1982-1983
Who was the First African American National Officer Fred McClure, Texas
Who was the First National Officer from Puerto Rico and Speaks English as a 2nd Language Jose Santiago-PR-1998
Who was the First National President From Puerto Rico and Speaks English as 2nd Language Javier Moreno-PR-2003
Who was the First Star Farmer of America Carlton Patton-1929-Arkansas
First Star in Agribusinessperson of America Ken Dunegan-1969-Arizona
Who was the first Star in Agriscience Steve Offer-2001-Wisconsin
Who was the first Star in Agricultural Placement Nicolas Streff-2001-South Dakota
Who was the First Female Star Farmer Karlene Lindow-2002-Wisconsin
Who was the First National Creed Speaking Winner-Michael Michael Von Winkle-AK-1999
Who was the First National Public Speaking Contest Winner Edward Drace-1930
Who was the first National Creed Speaking winner Micheal Von Winkle-AK-1999
Who was the first Extemporaneous Public Speaking Winner Christie Peterson-WI-1979
Who is the Father of the FFA Henry Groseclose
Who is the Father of the NFA H.O. Sargent
Who is the First National FFA Band Director Dr. Henry S. Brunner
Who is the First National FFA Foundation Executive Director Don McDowell
Who is the First FFA Jacket Designer Dr. Gus Linter- Fredrickstown, Ohio
How many FFA Jackets were sold annually 50,000
What is the Number of FFA members- (National) 506,199
How many National Alumni membership are there 52,555 Wisconsin membership rank-1st
What does the 52 states associations consist of 50 states and Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands
What is the First state to have an FFA Virginia
How much do FFA Jackets cost $49.00
What are the four kinds of FFA memberships active, collegiate, honorary, and alumni
What was the First dues in 1928 10 cents
What is the National, State, and WI FFA Center National- $5.00 State- $5.50 WI FFA Center- $300
What is the current dues that go to New Horizons $2.00
What is the FFA Theme Grow 2012- 2013
What is on the Week of George Washington's Birthday National FFA Week
When is the Initial FFA Roster Due December 1st
When is the Program of Activities (POA) for each Chapter Due December 1st
When is the State FFA Degrees Due February 1st
When is the State FFA Honors Band and Chorus applications Due February 5th
When is the State Proficiency Awards Due February 20th
When is the American FFA Degrees Due March 5th
When is the National FFA Scholarship applications February 15th
When is the Proposals for State FFA Constitution or Rule Changes March 1st
When is the State Honorary FFA Degree Nominations April 1st
When is the Distinguished Service Nominations due April 1st
When is Washington Leadership Conference Scholarship applications due April 2nd
When is the Middle School Essay contest entries due April 15th
When is the Chapter Safety applications April 20th
When is the Food For America applications due April 20th
When is the National Chapter Safety applications due April 20th
When is the Farm/City Award applications due April 20th
When is the Chapter Officer Leadership Award (Three Star Leader) due April 20th
When is the State FFA Talent Applications due April 20th
When is the State FFA Foundation Scholarships due April 26th
When is the State FFA Officer applications due April 28th
When is the State Agri-Entrepreneurship applications due May 1st
When is the State Agri-Entrepreneurship applications due May 1st
When is the Courtesy Corps applications Due May 1st
When is the Final Supplemental Memberships Rosters Due May 1st
When is the Convention Newsroom Staff Applications Due May 1st
When is the Cooperative Leadership Award Applications Due May 1st
When is the Agriscience Student Award and Agriscience Teacher Award Applications Due May 5th
When is the State Officer Candidate Applications Due May 10th
When are the HO Sargent Award Applications Due May 17th
When is the Agriscience Fair Entry Form and Abstract Due May 17th
When are the National FFA Official State Delegate Applications Due May 17th
When are the Manuscripts for Ag issues, Marketing Plan and Ag Communications May 25th
What is the FFA Presidents Symbol Rising Sun
What is a FFA Presidents Duties To Preside over, meetings, represent the chapter at official functions and appoint committees
What is the FFA Vice-President Symbol Plow
What is a FFA Vice-Presidents duties to work with the chapter's committees and make sure the committees are doing their work; also calls the roll of officer during the opening ceremonies & run the meeting if the president is unable to
What is the FFA secretary's Symbol Ear of Corn
What is the FFA Secretary's duties Take minutes at the meetings and prepares the agenda Bust of George Washington
What is the FFA Treasure's Symbol Bust of George Washington
What is the FFA Treasure's duties Keeps record of and deposits & disbursements
What is the FFA Reporter's Symbol American Flag
What is the FFA Reporter's duties to inform community about the FFA, take pictures, keep the FFA scrapbook, chair public relations committe
What is the FFA Sentinel's Symbol Shield of Friendship
What is the FFA Sentinel's duties Welcomes people to meetings, keeps room organized, assists the president in mainlining order, takes care of degree candidates refreshments, equipment and supplies
What is the FFA Parliamentarian's Symbol Copy of Robert's Rules of Order
What is the FFA Parliamentarian's duties Makes sure that parliamentary rules are followed at all times during the meeting
What is the Advisors symbol Owl
What is the Advisors duties advises officers and members during the meeting , builds school and community support for the program
The Secretary is across from who Reporter
The Advisor is across from who Treasurer
Where is The Sentinel is by what Door
Where is The Vice-President is stationed where The back of the room
Where is The President is Stationed The front of the room
When does the membership year begin and end September 1st through August 31st
What are the 7 State Speaking Contests 1. Prepared 2. Extemporaneous 3. Parliamentary Procedure 4. Discussion 5. Creed 6. Quiz Bowl 7. Job Interview
How many spaces are in the FFA Calender for Advertising 33
What is the Discovery Degree pewter pin with purple edge- middle students- Star Discovery Degree. Given at the Chapter level
What is the Greenhand Degree Bronze pin- Star Greenhand- middle students- medal and plaque
What is the Chapter FFA Degree Silver pin- Stars- medals and plaques. Given at the Chapter level
What is the State FFA Degree Gold charm- Stars- $300
What is the American FFA Degree Gold Key- Stars- $2000- runner up $1000
What is the Highest Degree that the National FFA can award a non-member Honorary American FFA Degree
What is the Highest Degree that the State FFA can award a non-member Honorary State FFA Degree
What is the highest that a chapter can Award a non-member Honorary Chapter FFA Degree
What are the Discovery Degree Requirements Enrolled in Ag class and Participate in FFA activity
What are the Greenhand Degree Requirements Enrolled in Ag Class Knowledge of FFA and a Plan for an SAE
What are the Chapter FFA Degree Greenhand Degree Requirements One Previous year of Membership 180 Class hours $150 invested or 45 hours worked in SAE, demonstrated 5 parliamentary abilities, participated in at least 3 Chapter events, and lead a group discussion for 15 minutes and have good grades
What are the essential of a successful Chapter See Sheet
What are the FFA Events See Sheet
What is the Program of Activities (POA) See Sheet
What are the 12 Code of Ethnics See Sheet
What are the FFA Strategies See Sheet
What does the State FFA Degree-Chapter FFA Degree Require See Sheet
What are the American FFA Degree Requirements 3 Years of Membership,360 Class Hours, Graduated from High School 12 Months before Receiving degree, invested $7,500 or worked 2,250 unpaid hours and invested $1500 in SAE, C or Better Grade Point
What are the 4 Star areas 1. Star Farmer 2. Star in Agribusiness 3. Star in Agricultural Placement 4. Star in Agriscience
How many Members on Wisconsin delegation 15 Members Represent Wisconsin FFA at National Convention
Who is the First State FFA Adviser V.E. Kilvin
Who was the First Wisconsin American FFA Degree Recipient Parmaley Harris Mineral Point
Who was the first Wisconsin American Star Farmer Kelby Paske- De forest
Who was the First Female Wisconsin American Star Karline Lindow Marshfield
Who is the First American Star In Agribusiness Dale Wolf- St. Croix Central
Who was the First National Job Interview Winner Melanie Schotthofer- Cochrane- Foundation City
Who was the First American Star in Agriscience Steven Offer- Marshfield
Who was the First American Star in Ag placement Eric Blaser Oconto Falls
Who were the First 3 Inductees to Wisconsin FFA Hall of Fame Virgil Martinson, Floyd Doering, and Arnold Cordes
Who was the First Female Member of The Wisconsin FFA Hall of Fame Gene Presnall
Who is the Wisconsin State FFA Officer in Section 1 Ethan Dado- Parliamentarian- Amery
Who is the Wisconsin State FFA Officer in Section 2 Maggie Larson- Vice President- Osseo
Who is the Wisconsin State FFA Officer in Section 3 Matt Kortbein- Treasurer- Tomah
Who is the Wisconsin State FFA Officer in Section 4 Danielle Jentz- Vice President- Platteville
Who is the Wisconsin State FFA Officer in Section 5 Kaitlyn Owens- Sentinel- Wisconsin Heights
Who is the Wisconsin State FFA Officer in Section 6 Sally Albers- Vice President- Sauk Prairie
Who is the Wisconsin State FFA Officer in Section 7 Leeah Luepke- Vice President- Spencer
Who is the Wisconsin State FFA Officer in Section 8 Hallie Kopczynski- Vice President- Oconto Falls
Who is the Wisconsin State FFA Officer in Section 9 Keely Wilfert- Secretary- Mishicot
Who is the Wisconsin State FFA Officer in Section 10 Kati Kindschuh- Reporter- Lomira
Who is the Wisconsin State FFA President Alison Wedig- President- Darlington
Who is the State FFA Adviser & Ex. Secretary Jeff Hicken
Who is the State FFA Executive Director Cheryl Zimmerman
Who is the State FFA Center Office Assistant Terry Bernick
Who is the State Foundation Executive Director Nicole Nelson
Who is the State FFA Alumni President Jim Check (Milton)
Who is the State FFA Alumni Vice President Kathy Breunig (Prairie du Sac)
Who is the State FFA State FFA Alumni Ex. Director/Treasurer Regina Oldendorf
Who was the 2010-2011 WAAE President Kim Houser (Wisconsin Heights)
Who was the 2010-2011 WAAE President Elect Shari Graffunder (River Valley)
Where is the Wisconsin FFA Center Located Spencer-Opened in 1992
Where is the State FFA Convention Jag Lake
Where is the State FFA Convention and Skills Contest Madison
Who is the State Band Director Monte Dunnum
Who is the State Choir Director Pete Engh
What is the State Theme See the Vision, Live the Mission
Who was the First Wisconsin State FFA President Donald James Dodgeville 1929-30
Who was the First Wisconsin Female State FFA Officer Becky Miller, Bloomer
Who was the First Female President in Wisconsin Amber Vickers 1989-90
Who elects the State FFA Officer Delegates From Each Chapter in the Section
How many Wisconsin State FFA Officers 11 State Officers
How many Officers are in Each Section 1 Officer
When is the Wisconsin FFA President Elected The Previous Year's state officer team
Who are the Two National FFA President from Wisconsin Ivan Knidschi- 1939- 40 Jackie Mundt- 2004- 05
Who are the Five individuals from Wisconsin have served as national officers Owen Owens- Portage Gerrit DeBruin- Juda William Boehm- Mosinee Cara Doyle- Green Bay East
In what year was the Wisconsin Association was chartered 1929
How many State Section are there 10
How many State Districts 30
Who was the First NFA President David Simmons, Alabama 1935-36
Who was the Last NFA President Adolphus Pinson, Texas 1964-65
What does the Organization for African American Ag Students Stand For New Farmers of America
What was the First State to Charter a NFA State Association Virginia
What was the Location of the First NFA Convention Tuskegee, Alabama
How many Officers are Elected Each Year by the NFA 6
How Many States are in the NFA 13
Who Conceived the Idea of the NFA Dr. H.O. Sargent
Who Drafted the NFA Constitution G.W. Owens and J.R. Thomas
When was the First NFA Meeting May 1927
When was the First National Conference Held Tuskegee Alabama in August of 1935
When did the National Convention Rotate from Land Grant Colleges of the South Atlanta Georgia in the Municipal Auditorium
How many Paragraphs are in NFA Creed 6
What is the only difference on the NFA Jacket than the FFA Emblem Outline was a Boll of Cotton everything else was the Same as FFA
The NFA Week of April 5th is on who's Birthday Booker T. Washington
What was the most Prestigious award in the NFA did H.O. Sargent Award A young man out of School from 3-10 years and was Farming
What does the WLC Stand for and what does it mean Washington Leadership Conference-A week long Leadership conference held in Washington D.C. focusing on personal Development, Teamwork, Citizenship & Goal Setting
What does the 212 Stand for and What does it Focus on Formally (Made for Excellence)- A leadership conference for 9th and 10th graders focusing on personal growth
What does the 360 Stand for and What does it Focus on Formerly (Advanced Leadership Development)- A leadership conference for 11th and 12th graders focusing on communication skills and career readiness
What does EDGE stand for and What does it mean Experiencing Discovery, Growth and Excellence A leadership conference for middle school member focusing on them and where they are going in life
What does FIRE Conference Stand for and what does it mean "Foundations In Reaching Excellence"- new FFA members
What does the Half- time Leadership Conference mean A leadership conference conducted by the state FFA officer in January to motivate leaders in local chapters for the second semester- two chapter officers
When and What is the Sectional Leadership Workshop in fall, chapter officer training
What is the Farm Forum Juniors interested in production agriculture
What is FFA Global international experience-3,6,12 months
What is the National Chapter Award based on POA activities- divisions- student, chapter, community development
What is PALS based on Partners in Active Learning Support- mentoring younger students
What is Food for America based on educate elementary students where their food comes from
What is Partners for Safer Community Based on It Promotes Ag Safety and Health
What is LPS Based on Local program Success
What is the CMA Based on and Stand for Commodity Marketing Activity Model Farm and Trade Commodities- two
What is the Argo-Entrepreneurship Based on FFA Members that Start businesses
What is the H.O. award Promotes diversity in Ag Education
What is the National Agriscience Fair Consist of 4 divisions and 5 categories
What is FFA National FFA Organization
What is an SAE Is a job, h or project that FFA members have that relates to hobby agriculture
What is an SLW and what does it stand for Sectional Leadership Workshop- State sponsored workshop held in the fall to prepare chapter leaders
What is 360 360 Degree Leadership Workshop- National sponsored workshop for older FFA members who have already attended 212
What does EDGE stand for and what does it mean Experience, Development, Growth and Excellence- National sponsored workshop designed for middle school members to help them understand themselves and where they are going in life
What is 212 Degree Leadership Workshop- National sponsored conference designed for freshmen and sophomore members, which focuses on the personal growth of each individual
What does CDE stand for and what does it mean Career Development Events- Competitions that allow students to explore several agricultural- related careers
What does SAE stand for and what does it mean Supervised Agricultural Experience- Program that lets students discover, explore, experience and excel in careers outside of classroom activities
What does PAS stand for and what does it mean Post-Secondary Agricultural Student organization- Student organization for technical college students
What does PALS stand for and what does it mean Partners in Active Learning Support- The FFA mentoring program that matches FFA members with younger students to build trust and develop self-esteem through agricultural education
What does POA stand for and what does it mean Program of Activities- A written guide to a chapter that outlines the chapter's goals and the steps they plan to take to achieve them
What does LPS stand for and what does it mean Local Program Success- An initiative by the National Council for Agricultural Education that identifies the seven components of a successful program
What does the NFA stand for New Farmers of America
What does WLC stand for and what does it mean Washington Leadership Conference-A week long Learning laboratory that helps members experience service learning and teaches them the fundamentals of mentoring and personal development skills in Washington D.C.
What does the NAAE stand for National Association of Agricultural Educators
What does the WAAE stand for Wisconsin Association of Agricultural Educators
What does the ILSSO stand for International Leadership Seminar for State Officers
What does BLAST Off stand for Building Leaders and Strong Teams of Officers
What does NLCSO stand for National Leadership Conference for State Officers
What does SPC stand for State President's Conference
What does DPI stand for and what does it mean Department of Public Instruction- Houses the Wisconsin State FFA Advisor
How many CDE's are there 24 and (Biotechnology and Genetics CDE may be added soon)
What is the one activity Dairy Handlers-Show a Dairy Animal in a Show Ring
What is Ag communications New Story Writing, press release writing, radio broadcasting, Graphic Design
What is Ag Issues Presentation the stresses Pros and Cons of an issue
What is Ag Mechanics Deals with Machinery and Equipment industry and marketing, Energy, Structural, and Environmental/Natural Resources
What is Ag Sales Makes Sales Presentation of an Ag Product also customer relations, Advertising and Promotion, Telephone skills, and Product Display
What is Agronomy Solve problems with soil and plants, Id plants, Insects, Seeds, and Crops
What is Creed Speaking Recite and answer Questions on Creed
What is Dairy Cattle Evaluation Judge Cattle and Give Oral Reasons
What is Dairy Foods Students use there senses of sight, taste, and smell to identify and grade milk, cheese, sediment pads for quality and defects
What is Environmental and Natural Resources Deals with Global Issues, Soil Test and Profiles, Air/Water, Analysis, GPS Location, and Waste Management
What is Extemporaneous Speaking Involves given a Agricultural Issue to Speak on and having 30 minutes to prepare a 4 to 6 minute speech
What is Farm Business Managment Ability to Apply some Management Practices and make Correct Business Decisions is essential in modern agricultural operations and solving farm analysis problems
What is Floriculture Understanding the abilities and principles of propagation, harvesting, marketing, and maintenance of floriculture plants. Plant id, make arrangements, id plant disorders and job interviews
What is Food Science and Technology Using sensory skills for evaluating and solving food problems
What is Forestry Id trees, tools and equipment used in forest, forest disorders and harvesting techniques, demonstration of practical forestry skills
What is Horse Evaluation use principles of selection, management production and performance in evaluating horses, judge horses and give oral reasons
What is Livestock Evaluation Interpret performance data, identify marketing criteria, and have the ability to give oral reasons for placement of beef, swine, and sheep
What is Marketing Plan Research and present a marketing plan for an agricultural product, supply
What is Meats Evaluation and Technology Judge meet quality, yield and grade of beef carcasses, identify meat cuts
What is Nursery/Landscape Id plant material and landscape plants, plant disorders, landscaping, judging plant quality demonstrate practical nursery/landscaping skills
What is Parliamentary Procedure How to run a meeting use Parliamentary Procedure
What Poultry Evaluation Evaluate Chickens, Turkeys, and other processed poultry products, and eggs also give oral reasons
What is Prepared Public Speaking Involves Writing & memorizing a 6-8 minute speech and presenting it to a panel of judges
What does WAAE stand for Wisconsin Association of Agricultural Educators
Who is the WAAE President Kim Hauser
Who is the President- Elect Shari Graffunder
What does the NAAE Stand for National Association of Agricultural Educators
What does the NYFEA Stand for National Young Farmer Education Association
What does PAS Stand for Post- Secondary Agricultural Student Organization
Job Interview is part of what Career Development Events and Speaking Contests
How many Proficiency Award Areas are there Recognizes 47 National Areas
What are the 4 Categories of the SAE Programs -Exploratory -Agriscience research and experimentation -Entrepreneurship -Placement
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