Lewis Cass FFA
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  Welcome to Lewis Cass FFA website. We are an agricultural science program located in Walton, IN. Our chapter has 155 active AET student accounts and 2 teachers.  

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 Lewis Cass FFA.

 
 
 
The Barnyard Bootcamp safety program was started in 2009.  This program is designed and delivered by ADM grain terminal in Logansport, Indiana at the Cass County Fairgrounds.  From its beginning, the Lewis Cass FFA has been a part of the execution of this opportunity for young children to learn about being safe.  Since 2011, other FFA chapters have also helped with the program.  It is a great experience for our members to work with the youth of our community while they learn about grain, livestock, mower, PTO, fire, and other types of safety.
The Lewis Cass FFA Facebook was started in September of 2013. It has become the most useful form of communication between the chapter and the general public.  Parents are the most common users, but word gets around quick to the entire community when something is posted.  At this point, it has been a community tool because most FFA members do not use Facebook on a regular basis. Although we use other communication such as Instagram with FFA parents, they have requested that we continue our feeds through Facebook as well. This allows them to stay updated with chapter events.
The Barnyard Bootcamp safety program was started in 2009.  This program is designed and delivered by ADM grain terminal in Logansport, Indiana at the Cass County Fairgrounds.  From its beginning, the Lewis Cass FFA has been a part of the execution of this opportunity for young children to learn about being safe.  Since 2011, other FFA chapters have also helped with the program.  It is a great experience for our members to work with the youth of our community while they learn about grain, livestock, mower, PTO, fire, and other types of safety.
The Lemon Shake-Up stand was first started by the Cass County Young Farmers. After the they could not keep up with the Lemon Shake-Up Stand, they asked us to help. They turned the Lemon Shake-Up Stand fully over to us a year later. We sell over 9,000 Shake-Ups every year. The Lemon Shake-Up Stand is located in the middle of the whole fair grounds. It
The Lewis Cass FFA Facebook began in September of 2013 and has become the most useful form of communication between the chapter and the general public. Parents are the most common users, but word spreads to the entire community when something is posted.  At this point, it is a community tool because most FFA members do not use Facebook regularly. Although we use other communication such as Instagram with FFA parents, they have requested that we continue our feeds through Facebook as well. This allows them to stay updated with chapter events.
Quiz Bowl 2013
The FFA Volleyball tournament has been a main stay activity during FFA Week since 1985.  It is a highly attended event by students, faculty, and parents. Each player donates $1 to our FFA Benevolent fund in order to play. That money is used to help students that have been through disasters such as fires or floods. At the end, the winning team gets a picture taken with our display trophy that remains displayed year round in the hallway for students and visitors to see.  The volleyball tournament is an outstanding way to encourage physical activity throughout the school.
 
 
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Date Posted: 5/10/2017

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Date Posted: 1/14/2015

 
     
 
 
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For information about Lewis Cass FFA , please contact:
Lewis Cass FFA
6422 East State Rd 218 West
Walton, IN 46994

 
 
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