More than 500 Delaware FFA members from 36 schools convened at the Delaware State Fairgrounds in March to attend the 93rd Delaware FFA State Convention, sponsored by Mountaire. During the convention, both high school and middle school members competed in career and leadership development events, participated in two Day of Service activities, attended leadership workshops and a career fair, and were recognized for their efforts throughout the past year. High school members competed in 12 events and middle school members competed in seven events.
Students from across the state took home honors during the 100th Delaware State Fair in Harrington last week.
Middletown High School FFA students won the 2019 “Forestry Career Development Event (CDE),” a challenging test of tree identification skills, forestry tools and knowledge, and math-related abilities. Also participating were teams from Sussex Central High School, Milford High School, and Millsboro Middle School. Each team consisted of four students who answered both individual and team-based questions. Middletown will now represent Delaware at the 92nd Annual National FFA Convention and Expo in Indianapolis that begins on October 30, 2019.
Students from across the state took home honors from the 89th Delaware State FFA Convention in Dover on Tuesday.
Woodbridge High School’s FFA took the top spot at the 2018 Forestry Career Development Event (CDE) held in Camden, Delaware this week. Woodbridge was followed by Middletown, Smyrna, and Sussex Central. Woodbridge will now go on to represent Delaware at the 91st Annual FFA Convention & Expo in Indianapolis from October 24 to 27, 2018. For the first time, the 2018 challenge included a total of eight middle and high school teams competing in separate events at the same location. Smyrna Middle School’s FFA took first place in their event, beating out teams from Walters Middle School (Appoquinimink), Meredith Middle School (Appoquinimink) and Millsboro Middle School.