The Ag Science 1-2 class is preparing a team for B.I.G. (Best Informed Greenhand) which will compete in December at the Sectional level. Beyer FFA will also have a student competing in the Creed. This year Mrs. Kerlee will be coaching a farm records team that will compete at several community colleges and universities. If you are interested in this team, please see Mrs. Kerlee the beginning of the second semester. The animal science class is raising forty chickens as they learn about management, weight per day of age, and health care.

Many Ag students were involved in Opening and Closing Contest, a speaking competition in which a team of six students each recites a portion of the speaking part from memory. The intermediate team won a silver medal at the sectional level and 3rd at the Oakdale level. Alexis Wyrick and Bethany Davis won outstanding president and outstanding president on the intermediate team. The advanced team won 4th overall at the sectional level and at the Oakdale competition. At the Oakdale competition, Danny Stanfield and Cierra Douglas received the Outstanding Secretary and Outstanding Treasurer awards.

The Beyer FFA officer team attended the regional Chapter Officer Leadership Conference on October 3rd and was given new and improved techniques in order to better interact with the FFA members and to spread the word about FFA in the community.

Beyer FFA’s Annual Harvest Festival was held on October 28th and had a very positive outcome. Over 200 people attended and were entertained with more than 40 games put on by Beyer Ag students. Students were encouraged to bring younger siblings and family members. In addition to games, there was barbecue, candy, and a haunted house put on by the art club. Beyer FFA would like to extend a huge thank you to Rich and Gloria McDonald for providing 275 snow cones to all attendees at no cost. Thank you for your donations.

In addition to attending and holding many activities, Beyer FFA also works hard in their Ag classes, with competent and experienced teachers preparing informative and interesting lesson plans and hands-on learning opportunities.

Career Technical Education (CTE) Pathway




Ernesto Gonzalez
Agriscience, Integrated Ag Biology, Biology and Sustainable Ag, Agriscience Systems Management

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