DeWitt Central FFA
SAE stands for Supervised Agricultural Experience. It is a form of experiential learning which FFA offers and is a required project for every member in every chapter. The possibilities are endless! Students projects can range from woodworking to scientific research or even dog training to working at a restaurant! Click here to learn more!
Member of the Month
Each month our chapter highlights one hardworking FFA member’s SAE project! To apply, members must fill out an online or printed application and turn it in to Mrs. Grantz. Each application must contain 3-5 pictures and/or a one minute long video about their project to be considered. Members only need to apply once, as applications get carried over from month to month. Winners will receive a prize that is to be determined.
1. Go to the AET website and click on the 'Log in' button in the top right corner.
2. Three log in boxes will appear, make sure you are in the 'student log in' box.
3. Enter your chapter ID (IA0052).
4. Enter your personal username and password.
5. To become familiar with the AET website click here for help.
This month's winner is Samantha Hledik! This is Samanthas 4th year in FFA. Samantha is the manager of the asparagus plot. She sells asparagus to the community. She has participated in many events above and at the chapter level. She has also competed in many different CDE's like conduct of meetings and the website. Congrats Samantha!
To track your Supervised Agricultural Experiences and FFA activities on the go, download the new AET app on your smart phone or tablet!
Download the Mobile App
While students take part in their SAE projects they must also be capable of keeping accurate records of their project financially and non-financially. Managing records/finances is an important life skill that is necessary for any career. The National FFA Organization prepares students for this by requiring them to keep a record book of their SAE project.
Why is Samantha Hledik Member of the Month?
How to Log In
Record Book Keeping
In our chapter, we use AET or Agricultural Experience Tracker. This is an online system that helps students record their SAE and FFA involvement, apply for awards and more!