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LAST UPDATED 8/12/2020


-Welcome Back to School!!! We are excited for a new school year to see returning members and welcoming new members. If you are interested in joining the PHS FFA, please fill out the information on the below link.
Click here for the Membership Form

-Lamb and Goat tag order. If you are interested in a lamb or goat this year please fill out the below link for a Google Form by copying and pasting the link in your browser. Tags are $20 each and we need to collect this information by August 19th. Late tags will be $30.

-The Gerald Wilke Agriculture Complex is officially open!!! If you are interested in an animal project that needs housed at the facility, please reach out to one of the Ag teachers!

-2019-2020 PHS FFA Awards. We are excited that we can celebrate the accomplishments of so many of our FFA members. You all have done an amazing job this year and we are very proud of your resiliency through the last quarter of school. All of the awards and prizes will be given out at the beginning of next school year. Please click the below link to see!!!
2019-2020 PHS FFA Awards

-3 Big Fans installed at the Gerald Wilke Agriculture Facility!!! There were also 4 hand sanitizer dispensers installed. 

 If you are interested in an animal project for the 2020-2021 school year, please fill out the link below. We are asking that you fill this out so that we can gauge interest, available space, and any resources needed. If you have any questions please reach out to one of the Ag teachers.

REMIND 101 - This is the best way to receive up to the minute PHS FFA information.
Text 81010 to receive updates for:
All FFA Members and family text: @phsffa1819
-this is for all members and family to keep current on all things FFA

FFA Barn members and family text: @barn1819
-this is for barn users to stay informed of barn specific items

Learning to do, Doing to learn, Earning to live, Living to serve.

borrowed from the PHS FFA Booster Club:
How much do parents pay for show animals?

One of my friends asked, "Why do you pay so much money for your kids to show animals?" Well I have a confession to make, I don't pay for my kids to show animals

So, if I am not paying for them to show, what am I paying for?

- I pay for those moments when my kids become so tired they want to quit but don't.

- I pay for those days when my kids come home from school and are "too tired" to go the barn but go anyway.

- I pay for my kids to learn to be disciplined.

- I pay for my kids to learn to take care of their body.

- I pay for my kids to learn to work with others and to be good team mates.

- I pay for my kids to learn to deal with disappointment, when they don't win what they'd hoped for, but still have to work hard in the grading.

- I pay for my kids to learn to make and accomplish goals.

- I pay for my kids to learn that it takes hours and hours and hours and hours of hard work and practice to create a champion, and that success does not happen overnight.

- I pay for the opportunity my kids have and will have to make life-long friendships.

- I pay so that my kids can be in the ring instead of in front of a screen...

...I could go on but, to be short, I don't pay for show animals, I pay for the opportunities that showing provides my kids with to develop attributes that will serve them well throughout their lives and give them the opportunity to bless the lives of others. From what I have seen so far, there is no greater investment out there.

~Unknown Author~


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