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Congratulations to the Warsaw FFA Chapter on their recent accomplishments at the 2019 District II FFA Leadership Contest at Triton High School last Thursday evening. 

24 members competed in 23 different contests with more than half of them placing in the top three- 10 of which qualify for state! See the contest results below:

Freshman Creed: Bailey Stutzman- 3rd Place

Ag Sales Demo: Valerie Messmore- 2nd Place

Agriculture & Farm Business Management Demo: Valerie Messmore & Bailey Hanes- 1st Place*

Agriculture Mechanics & Technology Demo: Jacob Baker- 2nd Place

Animal Science Demo: Abby Doberstein & Lauryn Rhodes- 2nd Place

Novice Animal Science Demo: Kevin Hesser- 4th Place

Food Science Demo: Hailey Locke & Taryn Whetstone- 5th Place

Horticulture Science & Landscape Management Demo: Reagan Rowland & Brittany Duncan- 1st Place*

Natural Resources Demo: Anthony Taylor & Layton Cooper- 7th Place

Plant & Soil Science Demo: Kaylee Owens & Jared Taylor- 1st Place*

Essay: Dakota Easterday- 8th Place

Extemporaneous Public Speaking: Ayden Ault- 9th Place

Prepared Public Speaking: Reagan Rowland- 4th Place

Discovery Degree Prepared Public Speaking: Alyssa Swanson- 1st Place*

Job Interview: Allison Layne- 1st Place*

Leadership Ambassador: Valerie Messmore- 3rd Place

Quiz Bowl: Bailey Stutzman, Dakota Easterday, Anthony Taylor, Cadence Gibson- 1st Place*

Multimedia Scrapbook: Valerie Messmore & Reagan Rowland- 5th Place

Traditional Scrapbook: Allison Layne- 1st Place*

Star Greenhand: Jacob Baker- 3rd Place

Talent: Allison Layne- 1st Place

Discovery Degree Demo #2: Reese Rowland & Blake Schnackenburg- 4th Place

Discovery Degree Quiz Bowl: Reese Rowland, Blake Schnackenburg, Brea Thompson, & Alyssa Swanson- 1st Place*

Discovery Degree Creed Speaking: Reese Rowland- 1st Place*

*Denotes a State qualifier who is eligible to compete at the Indiana FFA State Convention at Purdue University in June. 


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$2,500 Scholarships for CTE Students
from the Horatio Alger Association 
 


Are you a student or former student (up to age 30) who could use assistance with costs of postsecondary? The Horatio Alger (HA) Scholarship may be just what you need. HA will award 1,020 new CTE scholars to pursue academic programs at community colleges and non-profit institutions with a maximum award amount of $2,500, depending on program length and student need. Students must be FAFSA-eligible and meet other criteria posted on the website. The application deadline is June 15th.  Last year very few students applied from Indiana so please encourage your students to apply NOW. Click Here for more information.
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The Indiana Association of Agriculture Educators recently announced the District II Outstanding Teachers and our very own Agriculture Education Teacher & FFA Advisor, Jacob Riley was selected. He will be recognized and awarded at the IAAE Summer Workshop & Banquet in June.

Jacob joined the WACC four years ago and has been an integral part of the Warsaw FFA Chapter & Agriculture Program. Mr. Riley implemented the CASE Curriculum & has received several grants for continued training with this curriculum- including the most recent  $1,500 CHS Foundation Grant. He continues to lead the Warsaw FFA Chapter into many new adventures & accomplishments- including most recently advising the Senior Parliamentary Procedure Team into a 4th place finish at the Indiana FFA State level.

Congratulations Mr. Riley! The Warsaw Area Career Center is so thankful to have you on our team!


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Anais is a current sophomore here at WCHS/WACC and is in our Gone Boarding Program with Miss Miller. She has also taken Intro to Manufacturing, Child Development, Advanced Child Development, & Preparing for College and Careers. 

Anais says she's super thankful for the experiences she's gained in the WACC classes she's taken so far. Preparing for College & Careers definitely opened her eyes to the real world. She decided to take Intro to Manufacturing because she is interested in using different materials for building projects and is looking forward to taking Welding next year. Anais also enjoyed the knowledge she gained from her child development classes with Ms. Renbarger.

In her spare time, Anais plays Rugby and works hard to be an honor roll student. As for her plans for graduation, Anais isn't sure what career she wants to pursue yet, but knows she'd like to go to college & would love to own a business someday.


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