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4th Grade Ag Awareness Day

A normal year would consist of the 4th grade visiting Drumm Farm to learn about the ins and outs of the importance of the agriculture world, but this year, the farm was brought to the school. Tully FFA members constructed a day of agriculture awareness with twelve stations for small groups of students to rotate around. Fourth graders spent the afternoon outside on the JSHS campus with the FFA and their teachers. Stations focused on farm animals and what they provide, the daily work of a farmer, the different aspects of an agriculture career, and why the agriculture industry is so important. Students also got to visit with chickens, goats, and cows. In addition, students learned how to make ice cream with only a few ingredients. Yum! While visiting the farm wasn’t in the cards for this year’s 4th grade group, the Tully FFA members did an outstanding job at providing a fun, hands-on experience that they surely won’t soon forget.

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Chickens, goats, and cows, oh my!

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Students rotate stations to learn about agriculture.

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Students rotate stations to learn about agriculture.

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Student rotate stations to learn about agriculture.