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1/31/2017 9:36:48Animal Science1/31/2017
talk market lambs , research prices for meat
Find out prices for the meat
talk to Bennett when she is back
$47.47 per lamb
Need to talk to Mrs. Bennett, need to find out the wight of the lambs
nonenonenonenonenonenonenonenonenonenonenonenoneMyla Carlson
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1/31/2017 9:48:58Community Service1/31/2017Grade wars food drive100 pounds of food
Make flyers and poster, have announcements, Create a grade war to increase food brought in
No income, expense, not a lot
Over 600 pounds of food, crushed our goal
all grade levels to participate in the event
make announcements, and provide an incentive(bragging rights)
No income, not a lot of expenses
All grades participated, big hit
To have the chapter participate in the state wide food drive
get at least 100 pounds of food
no income, almost no expenses
Number 1 chapter in the state, over 400 pounds more than any other chapter
nonenonenonenonenonenonenonenonenonenonenonenonekurtis pepin
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1/31/2017 9:52:17
Career Success & Personal Growth
1/31/2017
Entrepreneurship/ Placement Workshop
Our goal is to have at least 2 students from each section for the Entrepreneurship Workshop.
Recruit people by asking teachers and students for volunteers and send emails to interested students by February 10th.
We won't have any income or expense.
From this point, we need volunteers for Plant Science and Mechanics.
Recruit students for Placement SAE room.
Recruit people by asking teachers and students for volunteers and send emails to interested students by February 10th.
We won't have any income or expense.
We currently have 3 Placement SAEs ready to go.
Write introduction for the beginning of the Entrepreneurship Fair and organize rotation schedule.
Have the introduction and schedule completed by the 24th of February.
We won't have any income or expense.
Allow 2 minutes per speaker for each section.
Have at least 90% of the freshman class attend the Entrepreneurship Fair.
Make sure the Entrepreneurship Fair goes according to date.
We won't have any income or expense.
It's during their Ag block so they don't really have a choice.
Kaitlyn Damiani
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1/31/2017 10:19:53Natural Resources11/5/2016
Maple Syrup Conference
Have at least 10 students attend/help
Have students sign up in class to take a shift
N/A
We had at least 12, exceeding the goal.
Have all students attend at least one seminar
All students introduced as a group and attend the opening seminar.
N/A
Brought some of the information learned into the classroom setting. Students who attended have additional information and a better understanding of maple syrup production and quality. Met the goal.
Demonstrate to the Maple 101 class how the school's maple syrup setup works.
Invite people into the evaporator room and explain each step in the process
N/A
Though we had a minor problem with the setup running out of oil, we were still able to demonstrate to the class how our setup works. Met the goal.
Provided lunch for at least 50 people
Working with culinary to prepare lunch; set up the lunch tables with drinks
*will look later*
Lunch was a success. Exceeded the goal.
Savanna Turner
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2/7/2017 12:41:53Natural Resources1/12/2017
Maple Syrup Conference
Have at least 10 students attend or help at the conference
Inform N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/ASavanna Turner
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2/7/2017 12:47:04Plant Science1/12/2017Northeast Floral Expo
Have a minimum of 10 students participate in FFA competition
Organize and host floral design practices after school Nov.-Feb.
$1,500N/A
Attend 5 business and design shows
Feb. 15thN/AN/A
Have at least 25 florists visit the CFA booth
March 3rd-5thN/AN/A
Have at least 5 students participate in the live competition
Nov.-Feb.N/AN/ASamantha Bird
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9/21/2017 15:11:31Scholarship9/21/2017Tractor Pull
Sell X Amount of tickets
Advertise posters around the Ag wing by 9/24/17
$500
Ended very successfully, was able to get X amount of tickets
Have X Amount of people attending by 9/21/17
Have advertisements located on the Ag wing by 9/24/17
$500
Was able to get X amount of people at the event
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXAdriana Davis
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10/13/2017 11:56:56Ag Literacy (Brittain)10/13/2017Corn Maze
We want to sell a 125 tickets for the corn maze
Have students and at the door sell tickets by Oct 20th
Expense- 100 Income- 1,000
noneKeep everyone safe
Making sure that everyone is follow rules
nonenone
make $100 for concession
make sure that we are promoting the concession
nonenone
Leaving the farm as clean as we found it.
Once it is clean up everyone goes and makes sure there is no garbage
nonenonenonenonenonenonenonenonenonenoneResa Barbieri
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1/26/2018 10:47:45Ag Literacy (Brittain)1/26/2018Fish Fry
Have at least 20 attendants
Have a head count of guests one week prior to the event
All food is donated to be determined
Have at least 5 volunteers running the event
Establish volunteers at committee meeting
NAto be determined Have enough food
Assign food for people to bring in
donationsuccessful event
Have 8 people stay for clean up
Assign task at committee meeting
NAto be determined Sara Tobin
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1/26/2018 10:57:31
Stakeholder Engagement
1/26/2018
Litchfield County Farm Bureau Legislative Dinner
By January 26, 2018 talked to four legislators to build a relationship between them and our school.
On January 25, 2018, committee members will attend the Litchfield County Farm Bureau Legislative Dinner where they will mingle with legislators and share highlights of our program.
There was an expense of $75.00, and an income of $0.00
The legislative dinner went well, the committee members that attended, stood up and spoke to all attendees of the dinner about their SAE and what they hope to do once they graduate from the ag program.
By January 26, 2018 Promote Wamogo FFA and promote our ag program to legislators
On January 25, 2018, committee members will attend the Litchfield County Farm Bureau Legislative Dinner and will present what they do as an SAE and their future goal after graduating from the ag program.
There was no income or expense
The dinner went well, both committee members who attended spoke to all other attendees about their SAE and future goals
Donate a basket to the Litchfield Farm Bureau Legislative Dinners silent auction
On January 25, 2018 committee members and an adviser will attend the Litchfield County Farm Bureau Legislative Dinner and bring a gift basket to donate to their silent auction
There was no income, but had an expense of $15.00
The basket was donated and voted on several times, and was won for $12.00
By January 26, 2018 speak to local farmers who attended the dinner to form local communications.
On January 25, 2018 committee members will attend the Litchfield County Farm Bureau Legislative Dinner, and will talk to local legislators who also were attending
There was no income or expense for this goal.
This goal was reached, two local legislators were talked too, one had offered to come in and speak to Mrs. Christians food science class
Jake Brown
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1/26/2018 11:05:47Ag Literacy (Brittain)1/26/2018Maple Syrup
To make 12 or more gallons of syrup
04/01/18
Income: 780 or more Expense:
wont know till later dateStart taping the treesFeb 28, 2018nonewont know till later dateOrdering our inventory 03/25/1856 or morewont know till later date
have a day to go through inventory
03/25/18nonewont know till later dateResa Barbieri
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10/15/2018 11:05:53Ag Literacy (Brittain)10/15/2018Wreath Making Night
Get the greens from Jamie
The week of the Nov. 12 a same group will go to get them
The greens will cost nothing but will turn a profit
None
Make 10 percent more wreaths we made last year
Get greens the week of nov 12 and make the wreaths on nov 20 Adevertise more and better
Will cost nothing to get the greens
None
Have at least 200 people show up
Advertise from now till nov 20
NoneNone
Have Bob Stefanoski show up
Send him an emailNoneNoneAlec Lavigne
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10/15/2018 11:58:25Ag Literacy (Brittain)10/15/2018Wreath Making Night
Get the greens from Jamie
The week of the Nov. 12 a same group will go to get them
The greens will cost nothing but will turn a profit
None
Make 10 percent more wreaths we made last year
Get greens the week of nov 12 and make the wreaths on nov 20 Adevertise more and better
Will cost nothing to get the greens
None
Have at least 200 people show up
Advertise from now till nov 20
NoneNone
Have Bob Stefanoski show up
Send him an emailNoneNoneAlec Lavigne
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11/2/2018 10:47:31Ag Literacy (Brittain)10/15/2018Wreath Making Night
Get the greens from Jamie
The week of the Nov. 12 a same group will go to get them
The greens will cost nothing but will turn a profit
None
Make 10 percent more wreaths we made last year
Get greens the week of nov 12 and make the wreaths on nov 20 Adevertise more and better
Will cost nothing to get the greens
None
Have at least 200 people show up
Advertise from now till nov 20
NoneNone
Have Bob Stefanoski show up
Send him an emailNoneNoneAlec Lavigne
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11/2/2018 11:07:52Ag Literacy (Brittain)11/7/2018Wreath making nightGet greens Nov.14, Greens are freeNone at this time
Keep freshmen as involved as possible
Take the freshmen on Nov. 20 to get more greens.
FreeNone yet
Have more people than last year
Have tons of advertising around school and town, and send out emails.
No income or expenseNone yet
Have no issues the night of wreath making
Have at least 3 students walking around checking on things
NoneNone yetAlec lavigne
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11/3/2018 9:59:06Ag Literacy (Brittain)11/7/2018Wreath making nightGet greens Nov.14, Greens are freeNone at this time
Keep freshmen as involved as possible
Take the freshmen on Nov. 20 to get more greens.
FreeNone yet
Have more people than last year
Have tons of advertising around school and town, and send out emails.
No income or expenseNone yet
Have no issues the night of wreath making
Have at least 3 students walking around checking on things
NoneNone yetAlec lavigne
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12/5/2018 11:29:12Ag Literacy (Brittain)11/7/2018Wreath making nightGet greens Nov.14, Greens are freeNone at this time
Keep freshmen as involved as possible
Take the freshmen on Nov. 20 to get more greens.
FreeNone yet
Have more people than last year
Have tons of advertising around school and town, and send out emails.
No income or expenseNone yet
Have no issues the night of wreath making
Have at least 3 students walking around checking on things
NoneNone yetAlec lavigne
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12/5/2018 11:51:18Ag Literacy (Brittain)12/5/2018Wreath making review
Wreaths didn’t look good
Have more people that know how to make wreathes
Have people stay after school some days to learn how to make wreathes
If people learn how to make good wreaths before wreath making then we will be better suited to teach others as well
More direction was needed
People ended up confudsed
Do a dry run before the actual night
If we have a dry run before it starts people will know what to do better
To many people too little workers
Have a sign up sheet for voulenteers next year
None
Recruit at least 20 more voulenteers
Not enough tools or wire
Buy more for next year
Doubble what we spent this year
Determine how much materiels we need after we see how many people have signed up
Alec R. Lavigne
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