Clem & Harford Earn State FFA Degrees

Clem and Harford Earn State FFA Degrees
Posted on 04/28/2020
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Alexis ClemKaden Harford

 
The highest degree the state can give an FFA member is the State FFA Degree. Indian Lake High School seniors Alexis Clem and Kaden Harford have accomplished this prestigious achievement. Some of the minimum requirements for earning a state degree are as followed.

Earn at least $2500 from their Supervised Agricultural Experience
Clem earned her SEA money by raising and showing market broilers at the Logan County Fair and by working at Home Away from Home pet boarding
Harford earned his SAE totals by working for Golliday Farms and Oakson South Dairy Farm. 

To qualify for a State FFA Degree, applicants must also be a chapter officer or a part of a chapter committee, participate in at least 8 FFA activities above the chapter level, be a part of another professional school organization, have performed at least 25 hours of community service with 2 different organizations, earn a 3.0 GPA or at least 93% attendance rate all through high school. 

Lexi and Kaden, your accomplishments speak for themselves. We are all so proud of the time and effort you have put into our FFA chapter and wish you nothing but the best in all your future endeavors. Your names will now be on the wall in the ag room for motivation for all future FFA members. Instead of being recognized on stage at state FFA Convention, Lexi and Kaden will be recognized on Friday, May 8th at noon through all Ohio FFA social media outlets!