West Liberty-Salem FFA students received several accolades at the state FFA Convention.
Mallary Caudill was elected to the office of state FFA Sentinel. The Ohio FFA officer team consists of six state FFA officers: state president, vice president, secretary, treasurer, reporter, sentinel and five vice presidents at large. The purpose of the Ohio FFA officer program is to provide effective leadership for the Ohio FFA Association. This can best be met by providing a motivational program for the membership and by being an instructional and developmental program for the state officers. Additionally, this program provides a public relations source for agricultural education and the FFA, a resource for teachers, and a positive image through a connection with individuals in agricultural education related organizations.
Kaeley Lattimer and Emily Heater received their state FFA Degrees. Naomi Williams, Kaeley Lattimer and Adayln Caudill were awarded gold ratings on their officer books. The gold rating is the highest award given.
The General Livestock judging team of Adayln Caudill, Mallary Caudill, Cooper Havens and Kayleigh Metz placed 8th in the state Livestock Judging Contest. They qualified to compete at The Stockman in Indiana a national contest.
Submitted by the West Liberty-Salem school district.