Pacheco High club has clear goals

Sabrina Gabriel / Pacheco FFA reporter:February 15, 2013 

Pacheco FFA is still quite new, but it's a strong and dedicated chapter.

Our students have created an inviting place for everybody. We constantly broaden our horizons, keeping our chapter flexible yet determined on a common goal: to grow responsible young adults into responsible agriculture sustainers.

As a chapter, we have also been able to establish traditions over the last three years, such as the annual Truck and Tractor Pull and preparing a rib dinner.

We have regular meetings that keep us informed and up to date on major activities and the needs of our students.

We have progressively been more active in leadership workshops in the FFA and are beginning to travel all over California for the improvement of the necessary leadership skills that Pacheco FFA students are so eager to develop.

With our great communication, we are building a chapter of strong leaders that want to be more actively involved with the community.


TUESDAY: Camo Day -- games in the quad area and crowning of Camo queen and king.

WEDNESDAY: Western Day -- Wear western best, including mustache.

THURSDAY: Teacher Appreciation lunch in the AG parking lot. Wear your FFA shirts.

FRIDAY: Flannel Friday -- wear flannel shirts, boots and belt buckles. We will be having a belt buckle contest.

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