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February 20 , 2019

 

FFA Students Attend State Leadership Academy

Written by:Atwater FFA

Sixteen Atwater High School FFA students joined over three hundred and fifty students from central and northern California FFA regions for the Made for Excellence (MFE), and Advance Leadership Academy (ALA) conference on February 8th and 9th at the Double Tree by Hilton in Modesto, California. This two-day conference is designed primarily for high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors. The MFE curriculum focuses on the personal growth of each individual. Students learned about using conflict resolution techniques appropriately, setting goals, and building self-esteem. Each student created a plan of action which outlined a game plan to accomplish their individual high school and career goals. The ALA course focuses on improving leadership skills, identifying important agriculture issues, and communicating these important aspects to the school and community.

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Atwater High School agriculture students (row 1) Supreet Gandhok, Emma Garcia, Jennifer Velazquez, Luz Soto, (row 2) Vanessa Varela, Marissa Nuno, Hayley Vargas, Chelsea Thompson, (row 3) Nandani Patel, Celeste Chargoy Velasco, Cristal Venegas, (row 4) Alfredo Elizarraz, Simarjot Gandhoke, Emmanuel Mejia, (top row) Michael Bray, and Daniel Lopez attended the recent state-sponsored FFA leadership conference in Modesto

 

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