Est. 1937

​DeWitt Central FFA

What does FFA mean to you and why is it important?

My SAE is in agricultural mechanics and throughout my project I fix small motors, wash liquid grown equipment and restore old farm equipment! One of my favorite parts is seeing my final projects. One of the lessons I have learned is to always do things right the first time.

Grade: 11​

Years in FFA: 3

SAE: ​Agricultural Mechanics.

CDE's: Conduct of Meetings, Ag. Sales, Poultry Evaluation

Favorite Activity: ​Fourth Grade Progressive Ag. Safety Day.

FFA to me, is an organization that helps students become a better leader and it is important because we need people to become better leaders for the future!

Vice President, Stationed by the Plow

Spencer Paysen

My dad and grandpa were in FFA. 

Define and describe your SAE project

Favorite Quote

How did you become involved in FFA?

"If all you ever do is all you have ever done you will never grow."