McClusky FFA president offers closing summary
Jacob Strobel offers a closing summary of McClusky FFA from his own perspective as chapter president.
This is the last in a series of articles from chapter members and about the chapter and what it offers the students of vocational agriculture studies in the local school system under the leadership of Instructor Michael Axt and the officers of the FFA chapter.
Strobel wrote, “The McClusky FFA is a small-town chapter in central North Dakota and is very active in leadership events, judging contests, fundraising, and community service activities. The McClusky FFA Chapter has about 30 members. Not everyone is active, but most of them are.
“McClusky High School offers many different vocational agriculture classes. A vocational agriculture class trains an individual for jobs in the ag industry, such as marketing, production, and conservation.
“There are three parts to being enrolled in a vocational agriculture class, these parts include classroom work, FFA, and SAE (Supervised Agricultural Experience).