Lynnette Markley

Lynnette Markley

Welcome to the Agriculture Science and Business Department. I grew up on a small livestock and grain farm north of Plymouth and attended LaVille Jr. Sr. High School. I then attended and graduated from Purdue University with a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture Education and endorsement in Agri-Business. I am currently starting my 18th year of teaching. I am married to my husband, Brent, for 17 years. We reside in Marshall County and enjoy our twin boys, Cameron and Colton who are ten, and our six and half year old daughter Cailey. I thoroughly enjoy teaching Agriculture Science and being the FFA advisor of the Warsaw FFA Chapter. I invite you to join us in the classroom or at any of our FFA functions.

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Pictured back row (L-R) is Payton Kreis, Zach Howard, Tyler Harmon, Bailey Buhrt, Keegan Bays, Bryan Thompson, Josh Sponseller, Wyatt Davis, Aaron Lewis, Scott Hesser, and Derek Ault. Middle row (L-R) are Mrs. Lynnette Markley, Kole Komdeur, Abbigail Curtis, Sydney Fox, Grant Reed, Morgan Smith, Raina Army, Kara Kline, Lilyana Ortega, Brady Stout, Braxton Tennant, and Mr. Jacob Riley. Front row (L-R) are Ciara Stout, Tylene Wadkins, Haley Wickens, Karlie Dees, Olivia Hughes, Yesenia Tecaxco, Jessica Madden, and Nayeli Robies.

On Wednesday, September 9th, 30 Warsaw FFA members went to Milford to assist over 500 5th graders at the first ever Tru-Horizons Safety Day. The FFA members were each assigned a 5th grade class from a Warsaw Community Elementary School. Members assisted the classes to each of the different safety stations throughout the day. Each group visited six stations covering the following topics: lawn mower safety, first aid, disabilities, boating safety, electrical wire safety, and grain bin safety. Students were provided a lunch sponsored by the Tru-Horizons Safety Day sponsors, and then came together for final statements on how the day went/ why it was planned. The overall goal for the Tru-Horizons Safety Day was if one life can be saved then the day was successful. The event was created to educate the 5th graders on how to be safe around equipment, the water, and in their everyday surroundings.
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Pictured: (Back Row: Left to Right)-Bryan Thompson, Ciara Stout, Josh Sponseller, Zach Howard, Tyler Harmon, Scott Hesler, and Advisor, Mr. Jacob Riley. (Front Row: Left to Right)- Advisor, Mrs. Lynnette Markley, Kole Komdeur, Morgan Smith, Karlie Dees, Jessica Madden, Abbigail Curtis, and Anne Rego. (Not pictured: Haley Wickens, Braxton Tennant, Logan Brown, and Sydney Fox.)

On Thursday, August 20, 16 Warsaw FFA members and 2 advisors traveled to Tom Farms to assist with their Annual Customer Appreciation Supper.

FFA members (from Warsaw and Wawasee) helped serve food, provide child care, transport community members to and from their cars and assisted with other activities throughout the evening. This was a great way for FFA members and community businesses to next work and discuss the future of Agriculture in our community and globally.

Warsaw FFA is proud to be actively be involved in community service projects throughout the county.
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Pictured- Front row: (L‐R) Noah Ault, Jessica Madden, Sydney Susaraba, Grant Reed, Bryan Thompson,
Mrs. Lynnette Markley. Middle row: (L‐R) Mr. Rob Hays, Cole Troutner, Coltin Brumfield,
Morgan Smith, Alexa Saylor, Abria Federico, Ciara Stout. Back row: (L‐R) Kole Komdeur, Zach
Howard, Patrick Meyer, Bailey Buhrt, and Karlie Dees.

Warsaw FFA Chapter members participated in the 86th Indiana State FFA Convention June 16th­June 18th, 2015.

This was a great way to start the summer show casing all of the chapter’s successes for the year and preparing for the 2015/­2016 school year.

FFA received the honor of being a Top 30 Chapter Award and a Bronze Chapter recipient.

Noah Ault; Landscape Management, Sydney Susaraba; Home and Community
Development, and Alexis Himes; (not pictured), Vegetable Production received first
place in their respective proficiency and were sent on compete nationally.

Bryan Thompson placed fourth in the state in Diversified Crop Production.

The following members received their Hoosier Degree; Coltin Brumfield, Haley Lytle, Dakota Koontz,
Bryan Thompson and Cole Trounter.

The Quiz Bowl team consisting of Jessica Madden, Bailey Buhrt, Morgan Smith and Abria Federico competed after receiving first
place in the District completion.

Morgan Smith also represented District II FFA in the Creed competition and Patrick Meyers in the state essay contest. Anne Rego, Indiana
State Vice President of Choir, also participated as a member of the state choir and showcased her talent at a session and awards luncheon.

We also had the honor of watching our very own, Lindsey O’Hara, 2014­/2015 Indiana Northern Region Vice President give her retiring address and chair the Second General Session of

Warsaw FFA is ready to kick off this school year and reach for the stars as it begins recruiting for this year’s membership drive.
We would like to invite all interested junior high and high students to attend our next FFA meeting on Wednesday, September 30th, 2015 in Y­189 at the Warsaw Area Career Center.
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Fifty-two FFA members serve over 120 teachers and administrators during their Annual Staff Appreciation breakfast during National FFA Week that was celebrated February 22-28.

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Icy roads didn't stop more than 200 people from attending our first Ag/Business Breakfast. The Community Foundation and Kosciusko County Farm Bureau co-hosted the event to help bring members of the Agriculture and Business communities together to get to know one another and learn about what they have in common. Lt. Governor Sue Ellspermann spoke about how Ag and other economic sectors share opportunities and challenges in the areas of technology, transportation, the regulatory environment and workforce.

FFA members from Warsaw, Triton and Whitko were present to assist with the breakfast. The FFA members had the opportunity to speak with our Lt. Governor, Sue Ellspermann

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