The Smyrna FFA is the largest high school FFA chapter in Delaware with a total of 467 students enrolled in agricultural education courses.
The Smyrna FFA Chapter gathered on Tuesday, Feb. 20 for breakfast at Smyrna High School to kick off National FFA Week.
The breakfast was attended by 217 Smyrna FFA members, along with Smyrna School District representatives and State of Delaware officials.
Following the breakfast, Lt. Gov. Bethany Hall-Long, Delaware Secretary of Agriculture Michael Scuse, State Rep. William Carson and Delaware Department of Education Agricultural Supervisor Dr. Bart Bill participated in a discussion with the top leaders of Smyrna FFA about the impact of agriculture, education and natural resources in today's society.
National FFA Week celebrations continued at Smyrna High School with the Greenhand Degree Ceremony Wednesday, Feb. 21 and the College & Career Fair on Thursday, Feb. 22, and will conclude with a variety of demonstrations and tours Saturday, Feb. 24 during "I Love Smyrna School District Day."
The Smyrna FFA is the largest high school FFA chapter in Delaware with a total of 467 students enrolled in agricultural education courses. The Smyrna FFA Chapter is overseen by FFA advisors Keith Shane, Jay Davis, Sarah Bell and Kellie Michaud.