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Princeton Receives FFA Charter

June 14, 2022 Chapter Awards

The Princeton FFA received their official charter into the Wisconsin Association of FFA at the 93rd State FFA Convention. During the 1st General Session, Princeton FFA members Morgan Schueier, Alyssa Swanke, and Katelyn Richter and FFA advisor Bryce Daane was recognized on stage and welcomed into the National FFA Organization

Princeton understood the importance that the FFA Organization Identity has on middle, high school, and postsecondary students.

  • FFA’s commitment to sharing and educating students on current and innovative agricultural practices, through hands on experiences.
  • The development of leadership in youth throughout the FFA program with an emphasis placed on communication and relationship building with all citizens in a community, is how FFA breathes life into a school’s intra-curricular program.

Through Advisor Bryce Daane’s persistence as the agricultural education teacher and now FFA advisor and the support of the Princeton community, it is the Wisconsin Association of FFA pleasure to officially charter the Princeton FFA Chapter.

Bryce Daane comments about his feelings and future plans for his FFA Chapter. “It’s awesome and I can’t wait to expand the opportunity to the students of Princeton and give them all the chances and opportunities, that I had as a FFA member, to grow and become the leaders of tomorrow.” Daane shared the stage with three of his students, who were very excited about becoming an official member of the FFA Association! 

Katelyn Richter was the President of the Princeton FFA Chapter and played a very important role when it came to becoming an official chapter. “My role was interesting because we did not have very many people, but the members we did have, gave me the opportunity to have a new experience with leading them.” Schueier and Swanke both said this was a very good experience and “felt pretty good to become an official FFA member now!” They hope this will be a new start for their small school to get their name out there and encourage other smaller schools to do the same. 

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