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  Welcome to Northwest FFA website. We are an agricultural science program located in McDermott, OH. Our chapter has 82 active AET student accounts and 1 teacher.  

Our students are developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.

Please take a look around our site to see what's going on at Northwest FFA.

 
 
 
Amanda and Shay ringing the bell.
Emily placed 4th in Division 5.
Northwest - SCCTC Fall Campus Cleanup
Northwest - SCCTC FFA Fall Campus Cleanup
Valerie placed 9th in Division 4.
Bryson and Shay greeting customers and ringing the Bells.
 
 
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January 27
    D10 Degree Application Correction Due for Evaluation
January 28
    D10 Degree Application Corrections Evaluation
January 31
    Applications Due for Regional Evaluations
February 4
    D10 Public Speaking
February 4
    D10 Ag Sales CDE
March 2
    STATE Greenhand Quiz CDE (OL-C19)
March 2
    STATE Farm Business Management CDE (OL-C19)

 
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Red Kettle Bell Ringing


The Northwest-SCCTC FFA chapter rang the bell for the Salvation Army on November 14th and December 5th at the New Boston Rural King. They raised $883 for the Salvation Army, which goes towards the annual Christmas Drive that raises money to provide meals and toys to community members in need. The students who worked the two-hour shifts were: Brooklyn Nichols, Shelby Spradlin, Amanda Horn, Bryson Leadingham, Shay Wilson, Addison Deemer, Kodi Burton, Abby Cotton, Rebekah Pertuset and Linden Crabtree.



Date Posted: 12/11/2020

Job Interview Leadership Development Contest


On November 4, 2020 students of the Northwest - SCCTC FFA competed in the first virtual Job Interview Contest. Contestants had to choose a job, write a cover letter and create a resume with references and send prior to the interview. During the interview students were on a Google Interview Meet with various judges throughout District 10. After the interview they had to write a follow up letter and fill out a job application. Once results were in, Valerie Eury placed 9th  in Division 4, Emily Kavanagh placed 4th in Division 5, Rebekah Pertuset received 5th in Division 3 and Addison Deemer competed in Division 2. These ladies did very well despite the conditions in which they had to compete in.



Date Posted: 12/11/2020

FFA Officers 2020-21’

By: Brooklyn Nichols

This school year took some turn of events but I would like to congratulate the following people for putting the effort into our FFA Chapter to not let this pandemic ruin the year. The following people were selected to represent the FFA Chapter as Officers:

President- Rebekah Pertuset: Hi, my name is Rebekah Pertuset and I am currently a junior at Northwest High School. I am the 2020-2021 Northwest FFA Chapter President. I enjoy showing beef cattle in the winter, competing in Livestock judging CDE’s and participating in various FFA activities. This year my goal for our chapter is to be recognized on stage at the National FFA Convention. I look forward to this year and I am hoping to encourage more people to join FFA.

Vice President- Madison Shay Wilson: Hi, my name is Madison Wilson. I am currently a Sophomore at Northwest High School and the 2020-2021 FFA Vice President, this is my fifth year in FFA. I enjoy working on our family farm raising beef cattle and hay. During my time away from school, I’m showing horses or competing in rodeos. I ride pleasure horses, run barrels, poles, break-away roping, chute dogging and goat tying in Ohio High School Rodeo and Rockin R Youth Rodeo. I participate in FFA and 4-H in Equine Judging Teams and Livestock Judging. I also enjoy being part of the Lady Mohawks Basketball Team. My goal is to introduce our students to FFA and the many exciting facets of agriculture.

Secretary- Addison Deemer: Hi, my name is Addison Deemer, I am currently a sophomore at Northwest High School. I am the Northwest SCCTC FFA Chapter Secretary for the year or 2020-2021. I am currently on the horse judging team as well as the Vet Science team. Along with that I am a Vet Assistant at Shawnee Animal Clinic. My life long goal and dream is to one day become a Veterinarian. Outside of all this I love to spend time with my family and friends, ride my horses and also show market goats at the county fair.

Treasurer- Olivia Chambers: Hi, my name is Olivia Chambers, I am currently a junior at Northwest High School. I am the 2020-2021 Northwest FFA Chapter Treasurer. I’m a varsity cheerleader, varsity soccer play, varsity swimmer, and varsity track & field player. I love to show my horses at the County Fairs. I also love to travel with the FFA Equine Judging Team to CDE events. My goal for the chapter is to help get us to the top and walk across the stage at National Convention and State Convention. 

Reporter- Brooklyn Nichols: Hi, my name is Brooklyn Nichols and I am currently a junior at Northwest High School. I am the 2020-2021 Northwest FFA Chapter Reporter. I’m a varsity soccer player. I love competing at Food Science, Livestock Judging CDE’s and participating in any FFA activity. My goal for the chapter is to walk across the stage as a whole team and receive an award.

Sentinel- Kenzie Boehm: Hi, my name is Kenzie Boehm. I am the 2020-2021 Northwest FFA Chapter Sentinel. I am a senior. I'm involved in band and FFA.

Historian- Emily Kavanagh: Hi, my name is Emily Kavanagh. I am the 2020-2021 Northwest FFA Chapter Historian. I’m a varsity cheerleader. I enjoy going places and doing things, I never stay home.

Congratulations to the following members for putting yourself forward and becoming leaders for your FFA Chapter. You all will help the chapter move forward and help your advisor by taking leadership in yourselves. 



Date Posted: 10/28/2020

Student Leaders Prepare for the 93rd National FFA Convention & Expo INDIANAPOLIS (Thursday, Oct. 1, 2020/National FFA Organization) – In a few weeks, FFA members and supporters from across the country will celebrate agricultural education and agriculture during the 93rd National FFA Convention & Expo, Oct. 27-29. This time-honored tradition will look a little different this year, as it will be held virtually. FFA members representing all 50 states, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands are expected to participate in the virtual event. It’s an opportunity for students to be exposed to new career paths and opportunities – while celebrating the accomplishments these future leaders have made over the past year. Throughout the week, national convention and expo attendees will also experience the FFA Blue Room, which showcases cutting-edge technology, research and innovation in agriculture. Through experiential learning and specific focus on the most critical challenges facing our communities — from respecting the planet to feeding the world — the FFA Blue Room will inspire and equip students to activate their potential. The expo will also be available in live and on-demand sessions, where participants can learn more in live chats. In addition, attendees can participate in student and teacher workshops, which will be available on-demand. Even though the convention will be virtual, FFA members will still connect with others via Zoom through a member experience room. And in October, FFA members across the country will participate in National Days of Service in their local communities. General convention sessions will be aired live on RFD-TV and The Cowboy Channel. FFA members and supporters can tune in and watch gavel-to-gavel coverage of the event. To learn more, visit convention.FFA.org. The National FFA Organization is a school-based national youth leadership development organization of more than 760,000 student members as part of 8,700 local FFA chapters in all 50 states, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. # # # About National FFA Organization The National FFA Organization is a school-based national youth leadership development organization of more than 760,000 student members as part of 8,700 local FFA chapters in all 50 states, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. The FFA mission is to make a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education. For more, visit the National FFA Organization online at FFA.org and on Facebook and Twitter. About National FFA Foundation The National FFA Foundation builds partnerships with industry, education, government, other foundations and individuals to secure financial resources that recognize FFA member achievements, develop student leaders and support the future of agricultural education. A separately registered nonprofit organization, the foundation is governed by a board of trustees that includes the national FFA president, educators, business leaders and individual donors. For more, visit FFA.org/Give.
Date Posted: 10/22/2020

 
     
 
 
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Northwest-SCCTC FFA
Northwest FFA Chapter
McDermott, OH 45692

 
 
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