Est. 1937

DeWitt Central FFA

Chelsea Klunde

​Grace Burzlaff

​Lillian Strohman

​Jack Burken

Zoey Fuglsang

Molly Burken

Kyle Deppe

Avery Heilig

​Paisley Kitchen

12th Graders 

Asparagus Sales

This committee develops members leadership and career success by promoting a healthy lifestyle and scholarship.

Kari Casel

Nick Dunlavey

​Rachel Spicer

Bryce Truelsen

​Carlee Garrity

​Cali Dykema

​Jacob Meier

​David Swanton

Chapter officers attend an annual retreat each summer where they plan for the upcoming year and engage in team building and getting to know you activities.

Battle of Degrees is where Discovery and Greenhand members learn more
about their respective degrees by completing challenges involving FFA. They learn how to move motions and have the opportunity to complete their applications for their respective

10th Graders 

Committee Members

Officer Retreat

Growing Leaders

At National Convention FFA members and guests from across the country participate in general sessions, competitive events, educational tours, leadership workshops, expos and shop at the FFA shopping mall, volunteer activities and more.

High School agriculture education members have the opportunity to attend this event and learn what agriculture programs the community colleges offer. Students in grades 9-12 are able to attend. It is held each year in May.

This is an event for Greenhands, first year members, to learn about FFA
and get fired up for the years to come! Members have the opportunity to learn the ins and outs of FFA while meeting lifelong friends.

Members can potentially compete in a CDE at Sub-District, District, State, and National Conventions. Members should follow rules outlined on the state or national FFA website.

Farmers Market

Members who want to showcase their skills in judging livestock, horses, poultry, or soil.

IAT Conferences

The chapter currently has 1.25 acres of asparagus that chapter members can pick and sell either at the local farmer’s market or to community members.

State Leadership Conference


This event takes place in Des Moines every winter and allows students the chance to speak with their legislators about the importance of ag education. Our students meet with Clinton County representatives to discuss the impact ag and FFA have on their lives.

Battle of Degrees

Every member within the chapter has an SAE project. They submit an action photo of their SAE that will be displayed throughout the classroom, which is a great way for other members to view many other SAE projects.

Greenhand Fire-up


SAE Wall/ Hall Of Fame

Legislative Symposium

Delaney Barber

​Sam Robinson​​

Hannah Grantz

Rachel Clark

IAT Conferences are designed to introduce members to leadership and career opportunities. There are three conferences Ignite, Amplify, and Transform

The chapter will purchase a spot for FFA members to sell products such as
asparagus or eggs at the DeWitt Farmers Market.

8th Graders 

Kirkwood Ag Day

All members who will be competing in a CDE at the state level, receiving their Iowa Degree, or participating in any event such as Band, Chorus, Talent or
Courtesy Corps will be allowed to attend. FFA members as well as guests from across their respective states gather and learn about careers in the agriculture industry, compete for scholarships, expand their knowledge, volunteer in the community and shape the future of their state FFA Association.

Members can apply for scholarships at the local, district, state and national levels of FFA.


Iowa and American Degrees

Members can apply for their state degree and American degree
based on their SAE program.


9th Graders 

National Convention and Expo

11th Graders