Est. 1937

DeWitt Central FFA

This course is for beginning agricultural education students. Students will be introduced to the world of agriculture. Throughout this course, students will take part in activities to improve their employability skills and explore career and post-secondary opportunities in each area of the agriculture industry. Exciting “hands-on” activities, projects and problems are key components to this course. Student’s experiences will involve the sciences of agriculture, plants, animals and natural resources. Students will learn to solve problems, conduct research, analyze data, work in teams and take responsibility for their work, actions and learning. In addition, students will link classroom activities to Supervised Agricultural Experiences (SAE) and FFA components that are important for the development of an agriculture education students. All students enrolled in one semester of agriculture education are able to be FFA members. However, it is recommended for any student in an agriculture class and interested in FFA. Each student will be expected to have a
Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) program.

Prinicipals of AFNR