How to Support Your FFA Advisor

By |2018-11-15T14:15:29+00:00November 12th, 2018|FFA New Horizons, The Feed|

FFA advisors have a lot on their plates, but they don’t have to do it all alone. FFA advisors and supporters share some simple ways you can help.

“I let successful CDE students train new teams. You can have multiple practices happening at the same time and float between them.”

– Chaney Mosley, former FFA advisor and current Middle Tennessee State University agricultural education professor


“I’ve served on the chapter advisory board and do chapter officer interviews. It’s only a few hours of my entire year, but it’s extremely rewarding.”

– Penny Kreul, Republic FFA Chapter parent, Missouri


“If a parent is already attending an event, advisors can always use more chaperones.”

– Kate Willoughby, Mount Juliet FFA Chapter alumni and supporter, Tennessee


“I have had some great parents help me with my own children. They would babysit while I had FFA events. We basically trade kids!”

– Lindy Holt, Savannah FFA Chapter advisor, Missouri