FFA Open House
Lebanon - posted Nov, 21 2013
LEBANON – Is your child in seventh or eighth grade and interested animals? Plant Science? Mechanics? The environment? Natural Resources and the outdoors? If so, then you may be in luck! On Dec. 5, the Lebanon Regional Agri-Science and Technology Center, based out of Lebanon, will be hosting its annual open house for prospective middle school students. Currently, students from the following towns are eligible to attend the Agricultural Science program at Lyman Memorial High School: Lebanon, Chaplin, Scotland, Hampton, Colchester, Franklin, Bozrah, Sprague, Hebron, Marlborough, Andover, and Salem at no cost to the student. From 5:30-7:30 p.m., students from the 12 sending towns interested in agricultural science will be able to tour the Lebanon Regional Agri-Science and Technology Center’s facilities, located at Lyman Memorial High School in Lebanon, Conn. In addition, they will have the opportunity to learn about areas of the program’s curriculum, including the FFA, SAE, and classroom components, and pose questions regarding academic areas of specialization, such as animal and plant science, natural resources, and agricultural mechanics. Furthermore, members of the 2013-2014 officer team will be present to provide information regarding different aspects of the program, and will also be available to give firsthand accounts as to how they have personally benefited from its activities. Current students will also be on hand to demonstrate and showcase their classroom and FFA activities that they have excelled at over the course of their high school careers. If you or your student has any questions regarding this event, or would just like to learn about the Lebanon Regional FFA Chapter in general, please feel free to contact the Ag Center at 642-7759 or via email at Brenda.firstname.lastname@example.org.