Four receive FFA’s highest degree
Four 2011 graduates of Gothenburg High School received an American FFA degree at the national convention in October.
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FFA adviser Dan Scherer said the degree is the highest honor and award that a FFA member can receive on the national level.
“These kids had to show extraordinary effort to receive this honor,” Scherer said.
To get the degree, recipients must:
have received their state FFA degree
complete 540 hours of ag ed classes
have graduated high school
maintain a well-kept record book for four years, demonstrating management tools on projects
have earned more than $7,500 or worked at least 2,250 hours
have at least a 3.0 GPA
have volunteered more than 50 community service hours
have been a valuable member of the FFA, community and school by participating in at least 10 school and community activities.
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