The Colton FFA Chapter strives 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.
35 Current Members
Exhibit livestock at both the Spokane Junior Livestock show and Palouse Empire Fair.
Compete in a variety of leadership Career Development Events ranging from livestock judging to Prepared Public Speaking.
Attend and compete at the Washington State FFA Convention every spring.
Travel, compete, learn life skills and make lifelong friendships
The Three-Component Model
Instruction: Contextual, INQUIRY-BASED Instruction and Learning through an interactive classroom and laboratory.
SAE: Experiential, Service, and/or Work-Based Learning through the Implementation of a Supervised Agricultural Experience Program.
FFA: Premier Leadership, Personal Growth and Career Success through Engagement in FFA, PAS, or NYFEA programs and activities.
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