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    NATIONAL
    CHAPTER AWARD

      2006-07-08-09-2010                                 National FFA Organization

OVERVIEW                                                                                        Includes
The National Chapter Award program is designed to award those FFA chapters that actively
implement the mission and strategies of the organization. These chapters improve chapter        FORM I
operations using a program of activities that emphasizes student development, chapter           For consideration as a state
development and community development. Chapters are rewarded for providing educational          Superior Chapter by docu-
experiences for the entire membership. This application process assists chapters in assessing   menting a chapter program of
their accomplishments.                                                                          activities that addresses quality
For more details and instructions for completing the National Chapter Award
                                                                                                standards related to
application, consult Chapter Planning and Recognition, A Student Handbook.                      student, chapter and com-
                                                                                                munity development.
ELIGIBILITY                                                                                     FORM II
All chapters that are chartered by state FFA associations are eligible for and encouraged to    For Consideration for state and
participate in the National Chapter Award program. Chapters are eligible for recognition in     national recognition
the program each year.
                                                                                                by detailing goals/objec-
Reports must be submitted only on the official report forms, which include the com-puterized
                                                                                                tives, plans of action and
version.                                                                                        results/evaluation of select-ed
                                                                                                activities related to stu-
The quality standards established for each division represent minimum requirements for the      dent, chapter and community
National Chapter Award program.                                                                 development.
SUPPORTING EVIDENCE                                                                             FORM III
No supporting materials other than the specific information requested in the applica-
tion form will be accepted.
                                                                                                Optional for state recognition
                                                                                                but required for national
                                                                                                recognition as a Model of
ADDITIONAL COPIES
Duplicate additional copies of the application from the enclosed pages. Copies may also be
                                                                                                Innovation. This form is for
generated from the computerized version of the application.                                     detailing how well the chapter
                                                                                                has met the standards identified
                                                                                                as Essentials of a Successful
FFA STRATEGIES
To accomplish its mission, the FFA organization:
                                                                                                Chapter.
--Develops competent and assertive agricultural leadership.
--Increases awareness of the global and technological importance of agriculture
   and its contribution to our well-being.
--Strengthens the confidence of agriculture students in themselves and their work.
--Promotes the intelligent choice and establishment of an agricultural career.
--Encourages achievement in supervised agricultural experience programs.
--Encourages wise management of economic, environmental and human
   resources of the community.
--Develops interpersonal skills in teamwork, communications, human relations
   and social interaction.
--Builds character and promotes citizenship, volunteerism and patriotism.                       THE FFA MISSION
--Promotes cooperation and cooperative attitudes among all people.                              FFA makes a positive differ-
--Promotes healthy lifestyles.                                                                  ence in the lives of students by
--Encourages excellence in scholarship.                                                         developing their potential for
                                                                                                premier leadership, per-sonal
                                                                                                growth and career success
                                                                                                through agricultural education.
                     RECOGNITION AND SELECTION
STATE - SUPERIOR CHAPTER
This award is designed to recognize FFA chapters that develop and use a program of activities.
 Eligibility
 To apply for recognition. The chapter must complete Form I verifying that members have completed at least one
 activity related to each of the five quality standards established within the three divisions: student, chapter and
 community development.
 Recognition
 The Superior Chapter certificate will be provided each year the chapter meets the minimum quality standards for
 this award. Each state association shall determine the appropriate place and manner for presenting these awards.

STATE - GOLD, SILVER OR BRONZE CHAPTERS
These state awards are for those chapters that have been rated National Chapter on the state level.
 Eligibility
 All chapters receiving Superior Chapter rating are eligible to compete by filling out Form II.
 Selection
 Major activities described in Form II will be judged on the following: the goals/objectives set, the plan of action
 taken and the results/evaluation of the activities.
 Recognition
 Chapters that complete Form II will receive a plaque for use over a multi-year period. Each year a Gold, Silver
 or Bronze designation is awarded, the chapter will receive a plaque insert specifying the award level and year.

NATIONAL GOLD -- THREE-STAR, TWO-STAR AND ONE-STAR CHAPTERS
These state awards are for those chapters that have been rated Gold on the state level.
 Eligibility
 A state may submit the number of Gold applications equal to the top three or ten percent of the number of
 chapters in the state, whichever is higher.
 Selection
 Quality standards completed on Form II will be judged on the following: the goals/objectives set, the plan of
 action taken and the results/evaluation of the activities.
 Recognition
 State Gold chapter award winners will be recognized as Three-Star Gold, Two-Star Gold or One-Star Gold on the
 national level. The National Star plaque is designed for use over a multi-year period. An engraved plate with the
 inscription "Three-Star," "Two-Star" or "One-Star" may be affixed to the plaque and will be provided each year a
 chapter attains this level of recognition.

NATIONAL MODEL OF INNOVATION CHAPTERS
Model of Innovation awards will be given to the top ten chapters in each of the three divisions: student, chapter and
community development. Only Three-Star Gold Chapters will be recognized. Chapters applying for this national
recogniton need to submit Form I, Form II, and Form III. A national award winner from the Three-Star Gold Chapter
will be announced for each of the three divisions.

NATIONAL OUTSTANDING MIDDLE SCHOOL
The top scoring Middle School FFA Chapter is also chosen. Chapters eligible for this award must be made up
exclusively of middle school FFA members. Only Three-Star Gold chapters will be recognized. Chapters applying
for this national recognition need to submit Form I, Form I, and Form III.

SCORING
Please see the inside back cover for a summary of score sheet evaluation guidelines.
                     RECOGNITION AND SELECTION
CERTIFICATION AND STATE VERIFICATION
Applications submitted to the state association must be certified for accuracy by the local chapter advisor.
Each state association may submit for national consideration Gold applications equal to the top three or
ten percent of the number of chapters in their state, whichever is higher. Chapters applying for national
consideration as a Three-Star, Two-Star, or One-Star need to submit both Form I and Form II. Chapters
applying for national consideration as either a Model of Innovation or Outstanding Middle School need
to submit Form I, Form II, and Form III.

CERTIFICATION AND STATE VERIFICATION (Continued)
Applications for National Chapter Awards are due at the National FFA Center on or before July 15. Application for
Superior Chapter awards should be submitted to state FFAofficials in accordance with policies established by the
state association.
Applications must be approved by the state advisor and ranked in the order as judged by the state FFA association.

NATIONAL CHAPTER AWARD APPLICATION CHECKLIST
 -- Chapter has completed at least one activity related to each quality standard.
                                                         The year of application should appear in the upper left-hand
 -- The latest revised application forms have been used. The year of application should appear in the upper left-hand
    corner of page one.
 -- Application form was completed on a computer, word processor or typewriter and proofread several times for
    spelling, grammatical and mathematical errors.
 -- All required signatures appear in the proper place on the application.
 -- All appropriate pages have been completed.
 -- Two copies of the application were prepared. One is being forwarded to the next level of competition and the
    other placed in the chapter file as a permanent record. Applications will not be returned.
 -- Application was placed in an FFA award folder available for sale through the FFA Ventures Marketing Group.
    This simplifies processing the application and makes it easier for the judges to examine.
 -- Confirmed and met the state FFA association's deadline for submission of the completed application.
    Every state is different.
2006-07-08-09-2010                           Detach and discard pages A-B                                        Revised 2005
                                       when application is submitted to state office

                                National Chapter Award Program Application
                                            Postmarked Date Due - July 15
 The National Chapter award program is designed to award those FFA chapters who actively implement the Mission
 and Strategies of the organization. These chapters improve chapter operations using a program of activities that
 emphasizes student, chapter and community development. Quality standards have been developed in each area as
 minimum requirements for recognition in the Superior/National Chapter Award program. The FFA Mission and
 Strategies should be used as a guide in planning, implementing and assessing accomplishments.
 Division I - Student Development
 The purpose of this division is to encourage the chapter to develop individual and cooperative activities that will
 enhance students' life skills.
 1. Leadership activities that help the individual develop technical, human relations and decision-making
    leadership skills to enhance personal success. (Examples include leadership conferences, public speaking
    experiences, team demonstrations, team and individual leadership competitions, volunteerism, international
    student hosts, Made For Excellence, Washington Leadership Conference and state and national conventions.)

 2. Healthy lifestyle activities that promote the well-being and self-esteem of the student, either mentally or
    physically. (Examples include drug and alcohol prevention and education, personal safety, personal image
    projection and recreation/leisure activities.)

 3. Supervised agricultural experience activities that promote student involvement and growth through agriculture-
    related experience and/or entrepreneurship. (Examples include Agricultural Proficiency awards, member
    degrees, tours, Work Experience Abroad, guest speakers, record keeping and fair exhibits.)

 4. Scholarship activities that develop a positive attitude toward lifelong learning experiences. (Examples include
    scholarship awards, tutoring, school and college tours, FFA scholarships, leadership conference scholarships,
    study-skills seminars for members and chapter/school honor roll.)

 5. Agricultural career skills activities that develop agricultural occupation and career skills through a progressive
    learning environment. (Examples include career day, guest speakers, shadow experiences, agricultural skills
    and judging events, agriscience fairs, computer literacy activities, mentor programs and international
    seminars and tours.)
 Division II - Chapter Development
 The FFA chapter has a responsibility to provide opportunities and services to its members. The chapter
 responsibilities may be met by promoting increased member participation, financial responsibility, a positive
 image, interactions with support groups and cooperation through organized activities.

 1. Recruitment activities conducted to increase agricultural education enrollment and/or FFA membership and
    encourage greater participation. (Examples include career class visits, agricultural demonstrations, visits to
    lower grades, program information mailings, petting zoos, member barbecues, National FFA Week exhibits,
    new member picnics, camping and fishing trips, and complimentary subscriptions to "FFA New Horizons.")

 2. Financial activities conducted to encourage thrift and good financial management among members through
    earnings, savings and investments. (Examples include developing chapter budgets, applying for loans,
    livestock chains, top sales prizes, group purchasing programs, chapter fund raising and equipment
    investments.)




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3. Public relations activities conducted to promote a positive image and inform students, parents, school officials
   and the community about chapter and member accomplishments. (Examples include newspaper articles,
   chapter scrapbooks, local agricultural television programs, school marquees, member representatives at
   school board meetings, National FFA Week, National Agricultural Week celebrations, chapter newsletters,
   complimentary magazine subscriptions, chapter banquets, parliamentary procedure demonstrations for other
   classes and recognition dinners.)
4. Leadership activities conducted to develop teamwork and cooperative skills among chapter officers,
   committees and members. (Examples include officer training workshops, state and national leadership
   workshops, committee chairperson training, executive committee planning, presenting officer and committee
   chairperson service pins, chapter officer leadership retreats and workshops for new members on conducting
   meetings.)
5. Support group activities conducted to develop and maintain positive relations among the FFA, parents,
   community leaders and industry. (Examples include FFA Alumni, agriculture boosters, Young Farmers, Farm
   Bureau, Grange, chamber of commerce, service clubs, Extension, fair boards, parent-teacher organization
   participation, open houses, FFA/agricultural industry community tours, Community in the Classroom and
   guest speakers)
Division III - Community Development
FFA can develop partnerships with other groups and organizations while taking a leadership role to make the
community a better place to live and work. Using state, national and international activities, a chapter and its
members can serve as catalysts to improve the community's economic, environmental and human resources.
1. Economic activities conducted to improve the economic welfare of the community. (Examples include
   creation of jobs, member entrepreneurship, enhanced tourism, international development, historical
   preservation and community relations.)
2. Environmental activities conducted to preserve natural resources and develop more environmentally
   responsible individuals. (Examples include urban and rural conservation programs, water and air quality
   programs, producer and consumer safety programs, hunter and firearm safety programs, and recycling
   programs.)
3. Human resources activities conducted to improve the welfare and well being of members and citizens of the
   community. (Examples include PALS - Partners in Active Learning Support - special populations involvement,
   at-risk programs, cultural awareness and diversity programs, food drives and personal safety programs.)
4. Citizenship activities conducted to encourage members to become active, involved citizens of their school,
   community and country. (Examples include volunteerism, community service, civic duties, internships with
   government agencies, legislative breakfasts, work with local chamber of commerce and networking with
   governmental agencies.)
5. Agricultural awareness activities conducted to help the public become better informed about the food system
   and related agricultural issues. (Examples include Food For America, Agriculture in the Classroom,
   agricultural literacy, agricultural safety, ATV safety, National Agricultural Day activities and student/parent
   orientations.)
National FFA Chapter Award Program - Application Forms I and II
Instructions:
Chapters must submit Form I and Form II for verification and evaluation to compete for national awards above
the Superior Chapter level. Form II requires describing three major activities the chapter conducted under each
division that had the greatest impact on students, the chapter and/or community.
Major activities described in Form II may be the same as or different from those listed on Form I. Chapters may list
or use activities or parts of activities only one time on Form II. There must be three different and distinct
activities that relate to the quality standards under each appropriate division.
No additional pages or information may be added. The space is limited, so choose your words carefully to convey
the information needed to describe the activity. Use the scoring guidelines to complete and score the application.




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2006-07-08-09-2010                                                                              (Revised 2006)

                          National Chapter Application
                             Information Page                            STATE:             ILLINOIS
                                                                        Chapter #            IL 0999
                               Attach to Forms I & II                     YEAR:               2010
                       A special project of the National FFA Foundation sponsored by


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Chapter Name:                  Right Way FFA Chapter                Chapter number:   IL 0999
Name of High School:                               Right Way High School
School Address (street/R.R./box number): 1 Main St.
School City:                  Anytown               State:   IL        Zip:      11111
School Telephone number (including area code): 111-222-3333
Total unduplicated enrollment in agricultural education:    100
Total FFA Membership:               100            Number of in-school FFA members:    100
This report is for the year beginning:           4/1/2005          ending:     3/31/2006
                                                 (Month/Day/Year                         (Month/Day/Year)

Note: To qualify for the Superior Chapter award, a chapter must conduct at least one activity
related to each of the five quality standards listed for each of the three divisions. In addition, all
chapters must prepare and submit an annual written program of activities and chapter budget to
the state association by November 30 for the current year.

CERTIFICATION:
We hereby certify that all claims and information reported in this application are true and accurate.


          Chapter President's Signature                                 Chapter Secretary's Signature



           Chapter Advisor's Signature                             Superintendent's or Principal's Signature

State signature only required on applications forwarded for national judging.


           APPROVED: State Advisor/Executive Secretary

This application is ranked ______ out of ______ State Gold Applications submitted for national judging.


NOTE:      This application will not be returned by the National FFA Organization.
           Please make a copy for your records.

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  2006-07-08-09-2010                        National Chapter Application                           Chapter #:        IL 0999
 (Revised 2006)                           Form I - Superior Chapter Award

Division I - Student Development
The purpose of this division is to encourage the chapter to develop individual and cooperative
activities that will enhance students' life skills.
  1. Leadership activities that help the individual develop technical, human relations and decision-making
     leadership skills to enhance personal success.
     List One Major Activity:
     Conferences, Camps, & Conventions: Members attend conferences, camps, and conventions to enhance
     their leadership skills. Members attend conferences including Made for Excellence & Farm Bureau Youth
     Conference. We also attend leadership camps and State and National Conventions.
  2. Healthy lifestyle activities that promote the well-being and self esteem of the student, either mentally or physically
     List One Major Activity:

     Smarties: Members handed out Smarties to all parents, students, and teachers who were wearing their
     seatbelts. We gave them Smarties as a way of recognizing them being safe.

  3. Supervised agricultural experience activities that promote student involvement and growth through an
     agriculture-related experience and/or entrepreneurship.
     List One Major Activity:
     Supervised Agricultural Experiences: Supervised Agricultural Experiences are activities that we require
     every FFA member to participate in. This teaches students several things through agriculture-related
     experiences and/or entrepreneurships.
  4. Scholarship activities that develop a positive attitude toward lifelong learning experiences.
     List One Major Activity:
     Scholarships Available: Senior FFA members are given information about local and statewide scholarships
     offered to students. We do this because we know college is expensive and students aren't always aware of
     the scholarships available to them.
  5. Agricultural career skills activities that develop agricultural occupation and career skills through a
     progressive learning environment.
     List One Major Activity:

     Career Development Events: FFA members have the opportunity to compete in Career Development
     Events to improve their skills through a competitive environment. Members are encouraged to participate.

Division II - Chapter Development
The FFA chapter has a responsibility to provide opportunities and services to its members. Chapter responsibilities
may be met by promoting increased member participation, financial responsibility, positive image, interactions
with support groups and cooperation through organized activities.
  1. Chapter recruitment activities conducted to increase agricultural education enrollment and/or the FFA
     membership and encourage greater participation.
     List One Major Activity:

     Finding FFA (4-H Night, Pool Party, 8th Grade Tour): FFA members plan fun activities and invite younger
     students to participate. We hope their involvement will make them want to join our FFA chapter.

  2. Financial activities conducted to encourage thrift and good financial management among members through
     earnings, savings and investments.
     List One Major Activity:

     Fund Raising: FFA members throughout the year sell fruit, calendars, and rat bait to raise money for the
     FFA chapter making all of the activities of the chapter possible.

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                                                                                        Chapter #:        IL 0999
  3. Public relations activities conducted to promote a positive image and inform students, parents, school
     officials and the community about chapter member accomplishments.
     List One Major Activity:

     Newsletter: A newsletter that spotlights the activities that members participate in are sent to alumni
     members, parents, state officers, and other supporters.

  4. Leadership activities conducted to develop teamwork and cooperative skills among chapter officers,
     committees and members.
     List One Major Activity:

     Leadership Training School: Varsity officers attend Leadership Training School and an officer retreat to
     improve leadership skills and plan the year's activities.

  5. Support group activities conducted to develop and maintain positive relations among FFA, parents
     community leaders and industry.
     List One Major Activity:

     Thank-you Banquet: The chapter held a banquet to thank all alumni and other supporters for their help and
     support of our chapter.

Division III - Community Development
FFA can develop partnerships with other groups and organizations to exert a leadership role in making the
community a better place to live and work. Using state, national and international activities, a chapter and its
members can serve as catalysts in improving the community's economic, environmental and human resources.
  1. Economic activities conducted to improve the economic welfare of the community.
     List One Major Activity:
     Farm Toy Show: Our FFA Chapter had their 18th Annual Farm Toy Show. This brings hundreds of guests
     into our community. This benefits the economic welfare of our community because a lot of people who
     come to our town support our local restaurants and gas stations while they are there.
  2. Environmental activities conducted to preserve natural resources and develop more environmentally
     responsible individuals.
     List One Major Activity:
     Arbor Day: This year on Abor Day, members from the FFA Chapter, with members from the community
     went out to the park and planted a tree with the help of the City. We had a program set up to teach others
     about Arbor Day. With our help this helps our town be designated as "Tree City USA."
  3. Human resource activities conducted to improve the welfare and well-being of members and citizens of the
     community.
     List One Major Activity:
     Food Bank: At all of our monthly meetings, members can bring in non-perishable items of food and they
     receive points towards the point chart. We take all of the food to our local food bank to support those in our
     community that are in need.
  4. Citizenship activities conducted to encourage members to become active, involved citizens of their school,
     community and country.
     List One Major Activity:

     Historical Brochure: We made a brochure of the historical sites in our town, and handed it out at our Toy
     Show to anyone who wanted one.

  5. Agricultural awareness activities conducted to help the public become better informed about the food system
     and related agricultural issues.
     List One Major Activity:
     Elementary Ag Education (Day Camp, Petting Zoo): Over the summer, we have a three day Ag Day camp
     in which we do various activities and take a field trip with the kids. We also have a petting zoo during FFA
     Week which the grade school kids come to. We also invite anyone else who's interested.

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  2006-07-08-09-2010                  National Chapter Application              Chapter #:          IL 0999
 (Revised 2006)                    Form II - Superior Chapter Award

Division I - Student Development - Activity One
The purpose of this division is to encourage the chapter to develop individual and cooperative
activities that will enhance students' life skills.

Name of Activity:                              Special Olympic Bowling
      Which Quality standard applies to this activity? (check one)
              Leadership     X     Healthy Lifestyles           SAE      Scholarship         Career Skills

A. Goals/Objectives - (What did you want to accomplish?)



     1. To have at least 5 FFA Members attend the event and help with the Special Olympics Bowling.
     2. To help give the special needs students, participating in the activities, an enjoyable day.
     3. To have a way to allow the members to participate with special needs students.
     4. To promote honesty, community service, and a healthy lifestyle in our participating FFA members.
     5. To promote our FFA throughout our community by participating in non-FFA related events.
     6. To have our members gain a good experience through helping others with disabilities.
     7. To give the participating members a different outlook on the special olympics.



B. Plan of action - (Who, what, when, where, why, how?)


     Who- Eight FFA members, our FFA Advisor, and Special Needs Students participating in the day's
     Activities.
     What- Special Olympics Bowling for Special Needs Students
     When- September 7, 2005
     Where- Local Bowling Alley
     Why- By helping special needs students, our chapter members were able to gain a positive experience
     and help out with special needs students in our area. All members and officers were encouraged to sign
     up, and points were awarded for members who helped in the event.
     How- 1) Members and officers were encouraged to sign up to help. 2) Permission slips were signed and
     had to be turned in 5 days prior to the event. 3) Transportation was proveded by a Special Olympics
     Board Member from our area at no cost. 4) Traveled to the bowling alley. 5) Presented a trip summary
     to the whole chapter.


C. Results/evaluation - (What was accomplished?)

     Results
     1) Eight FFA members and our advisor attended the event and helped over 100 special needs students
     at the bowling alley.
     2) Members of both sides gained an appreciation for each other.
     3) Each of the FFA members received free bowling passes and t-shirts for the hard work and dedication
     they put into helping.
     4) Each member returned and gave a short presentation to the chapter on what they did during the day's
     activities.

     Evaluation- Each member that attended the events agreed that helping with the Special Olympics
     Bowling was a great activity to support. The members also agreed that the chapter should attend the
     event annually. Our chapter members stated that, after helping, they gained a greater appreciation for
     the Special Olympics Organization and students with special needs. It was great to see our chapter
     members helping other students with special needs and letting them enjoy the day.

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Student Development - Activity One                                                 Chapter #:   IL 0999


Name of Activity:                             Special Olympic Bowling




                           (Attach a 3-1/2" X 5" or 4" X 6" photo in this space.




 Our FFA Chapter helped with the Special Olympics bowling in our
 community. Members helped with the special needs of the participants. Our
 FFA members found it to be a very rewarding experience. Pictured above
 are the members that helped with this event.




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                                                                                 Chapter #:        IL 0999
Division I - Student Development - Activity Two
The purpose of this division is to encourage the chapter to develop individual and cooperative
activities that will enhance students' life skills.

Name of Activity:                  Washington Leadership Conference
     Which Quality standard applies to this activity? (check one)
       X    Leadership           Healthy Lifestyles         SAE         Scholarship           Career Skills

A. Goals/Objectives - (What did you want to accomplish?)



    1. To have at least two members apply for the Washington Leadership Conference.
    2. To have one member apply for the Illinois State FFA Alumni Scholarship for WLC.
    3. To have one member apply for the Local FFA Alumni Scholarship for WLC.
    4. To have the FFA Chapter pay for their transportation on the Illinois Chartered Bus to WLC.
    5. To have the two members bring back leadership skills for the whole chapter.
    6. To have the members give a presentation to the chapter on the activities that they accomplished while
    attending the Washington Leadership Conference.
    7. To allow our members a chanced to have fun and meet new people from all over the United States.



B. Plan of action - (Who, what, when, where, why, how?)


   Who- Two FFA members attended the WLC in July.
   What- One member received a scholarship from the Illinois FFA Alumni, and another member received a
   scholarship from our local FFA Alumni. These scholarships allowed these two members to attend WLC
   at no cost to them.
   When- June 29-July 2
   Where- Washington Leadership Conference in Washington, DC
   Why- By having two chapter members attend the conference, they would be able to learn and bring back
   valuable leadership skills to the whole chapter while having a great time.
   How- 1) Chapter members were given the chance to sign up to attend WLC. A committee was chosen
   to select the members. 2) Two members were selected to attend. One of the members filled out the
   application for the Illinois State FFA Alumni Scholarship. The other member filled out the application for
   the local FFA Alumni Scholarship. 3) The two members received their scholarships and two spots were
   reserved for the chartered bus that was going to WLC. 4) The two members attended the conference
   and gave a report to the chapter.


C. Results/evaluation - (What was accomplished?)


   Results
   1. Two members attended WLC at no cost to them.
   2. The two members enjoyed the conference and came back with valuable knowledge about
   leadership. They also made many new friends with whom they still keep in touch with.
   3. The two members received free Timberland boots and t-shirts and a certificate for attending the
   conference.
   4. The whole chapter benefitted from the leadership skills that the two members learned.

   Evaluation- Both members that attended WLC agreed that it was a great conference and
   recommended the conference to all FFA chapter members during their presentation. Also, during
   their presentation, the two members thanked the local alumni and chpater for sponsoring them and
   they discussed all the activities that they accomplished during the conference. Overall, both members
   enjoyed the conference and learned valuable leadership skills with which they brought back to the
   chapter.

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Student Development - Activity Two                                                 Chapter #:   IL 0999


Name of Activity:                      Washington Leadership Conference




                           (Attach a 3-1/2" X 5" or 4" X 6" photo in this space.




 At the Washington Leadership Conference two of our FFA chapter members
 met with our US Congressman. Both members received scholarships to
 attend at no cost to them. Leadership skills were brought back to the chapter.
 A wonderful tour of Washington, DC and making of many new friends was a
 great experience.




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                                                                                 Chapter #:        IL 0999
Division I - Student Development - Activity Three
The purpose of this division is to encourage the chapter to develop individual and cooperative activites
that will enhance students' life skills.

Name of Activity:                                 Leadership Camp
     Which Quality standard applies to this activity? (check one)
       X    Leadership           Healthy Lifestyles         SAE          Scholarship          Career Skills

A. Goals/Objectives - (What did you want to accomplish?)


    1. To have three FFA members attend the Illinois Leadership Camp in Monticello, IL
    2. To have one member apply for the Illinois FFA Alumni Scholarship.
    3. To have two members apply for the local FFA Alumni Scholarship
    4. To have the three members attend the camp at no cost to them.
    5. To have the three members have a good time during camp and bring back leadership skills to the
    whole chapter.
    6. To have the members report about the activities that they accomplished while attending the camp
    upon their return.



B. Plan of action - (Who, what, when, where, why, how?)


   Who- Three FFA members attended the Illinois FFA Leadership Camp in July.
   What- One member received an Illinois FFA Alumni Scholarship and two members received
   scholarships from our local FFA alumni. These scholarships allowed these members to attend camp at
   no cost to them.
   When- Illinois Leadership Camp- July 27-30
   Where- Monticello, Illinois
   Why- By having three members attend the camp, they would be able to learn and bring back valuable
   leadership skills to the whole chapter while having a great time.
   How- 1) Chapter members were giving the chance to sign up to attend Leadership Camp. A committee
   was chosen to select the members. 2)Three members were selected to attend. One member applied
   for the Illinois FFA Alumni Scholarship. The other two members applied for the local FFA Alumni
   Scholarship. 3) The three members received the scholarships and three spots were reserved for them at
   the camp. 4) The three members attended the camp and gave a report to the chapter upon their return.


C. Results/evaluation - (What was accomplished?)


   Results
   1. Three members attended leadership camp at no cost to them.
   2. The three members enjoyed the camp and came back with a better knowledge about leadership
   skills with which they shared with the whole chapter.
   3. The members received camp t-shirts and they made many new friends from across the
   state, many of which they still keep in touch with.
   4. The three members attended the camp and gave a report to the chapter upon their return.

   Evaluation- Three members attended the Illinois FFA Leadership camp and all agreed that it was a
   great camp to attend. The members recommended the camp to all chapter members during their
   presentation. The three members also thanked the local alumni and the chapter for their support. All
   members learned valuable leadership skills with which they brought back and shared with the whole
   chapter.


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Name of Activity:                                   Leadership Camp




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 Pictured are members of our chapter conversing with their group counselors.
 They participated in many leadership-developing challenged during their stay.
 This camp develops skills they can use now, and later on in life. It was a very
 rewarding event.




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Division II - Chapter Development - Activity One
The FFA chapter has a responsibility to provide opportunities and services to its members. Chapter
responsibilities may be met by promoting increased member participation, financial responsibility, positive
image, interactions with support groups and cooperation through organized activities.

Name of Activity:                       Recruitment and Retention Activities
     Which quality standard applies to this activity? (check one)
        X    Recruitment           Financial         Public Relations         Leadership            Support Group

A. Goals/Objectives - (What did you want to accomplish?)



    1. To obtain twenty incoming freshmen into our local agriculture program for next fall.
    2. To develop a promotional presentation for 8th graders and their parents during Parent Orientation
       Night.
    3. To make a recruitment presentation for all eighth graders during National FFA Week.
    4. Focus on retaining our current membership by sponsoring a Merit Point Incentive Program with a
       goal of a 90% Retention Rate.




B. Plan of action - (Who, what, when, where, why, how?)


   1. The Welcome Back BBQ in August is a great way to sign up returning FFA members and recruit
      new members.
   2. Our chapter reporter developed a promotional disply to be used for our recruitment activities and to
      be used during our National FFA Week Open House.
   3. Members developed and presened a recruitment presentation for all 8th Grade Students.
       A. All Eighth graders attend the presentation durign their regular science classes.
       B. Our presentors developed a powerpoint highlighting the "Top Ten Reasons to be in the Ag
           Program" and used it during the presentation.
       C. Participants made Plastic Bag Ice Cream to illustrate the scientific concepts that can be
           learned in the Ag Program.
   4. Officers prepared a recruitment flyer and made a presentation for the 8th grade parent Orientation
      Night.
   5. Our chapter developed an incentive program for the FFA Merit Point System.



C. Results/evaluation - (What was accomplished?)



   Our enrollment numbers for next year is proof that all of our recruitment activities have been successful. By
   involving all of the 8th graders in these activities, we have recruited 20 incoming freshmen, a large incoming
   class for next year. The recruitment presentations gave these eighth graders a chance to see first hand what
   the FFA is all about by visiting our classroom, and the chapter's greenhouse and fish farm. The eighth
   graders really enjoyed the plastic bag ice cream activity and the "Top Ten List". The recruitment displays
   and flyers also proved to be an effective informational tool for the parents. FFA Week gave us the perfect
   opportunity to showcasse our program. Recruiting new members is only half the battle. You also have to be
   able to retain your current members. Our 90% retention rate tells us that we must be doing something right.
   The incentive program seems to promote more involvement among the members. Throughout the year our
   goals of recruitment and retention have definitely been surpassed.




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Name of Activity:                      Recruitment and Retention Activities




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 The key to membership is Recruitment and Retention. During our eighth
 grade recruitment presentations we made plastic bag ice cream which was a
 big hit. We believe programs like this one are one of the main reasons we
 have a large freshman class registered for the fall.




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Division II - Chapter Development - Activity Two
The FFA chapter has a responsibility to provide opportunities and services to its members. Chapter
responsibilities may be met by promoting increased member participation, financial responsibility, positive
image, interactions with support groups and cooperation through organized activities.

Name of Activity:          Chapter Fundraisers: Pig Roast/Fruit Sale/Greenhouse Plant Sale
     Which quality standard applies to this activity? (check one)
             Recruitment     X    Financial         Public Relations          Leadership           Support Group

A. Goals/Objectives - (What did you want to accomplish?)


    A. Pig Roast
     1. To earn money to fund our chapter activities.
     2. To provide a service fundraiser where we can involve over 400 community members
     3. To involve over seventy percent of the members in this activity
    B. Fruit Sale
     1. To sell over 250 boxes of fruit during this, our seventh year of our fruit sale.
     2. To involve over 50% of our members in selling fruit
    C. Greenhouse
     1. To sell mums in the fall, poinsettias in winter, and spring annuals in the spring.
     2. To provide greenhouse facilities for members of the community.

B. Plan of action - (Who, what, when, where, why, how?)


   A. Pig Roast
    1. Over 700 lbs of freshly boned hams were roasted for eight hours to serve over three hundred
       people from the community during the last home football game.
    2. Members and FFA Alumni prepare and serve the food from early morning until night.
    3. Sell pound containers with pork to go during the event.
   B. Fruit Sale
    1. Members sold 250 boxes of fruit to be delivered during the Christmas Holiday.
    2. A 3% commission was given as an incentive to members who sold their fair share.
    3. Extra fruit was packaged in baskets to be delivered to our foundation sponsors.
   C. Greenhouse
    1. Mums were sold in the fall and poinsettias in the winter.
    2. Over 4,000 annuals were transplanted in preparation for our Spring Sale.
    3. Greenhouse facilities were used by community members for plant care needs.


C. Results/evaluation - (What was accomplished?)


   This year's pig roast was extremely successful. We served over 325 people, and sold over 275 pound
   containers to go. We cooked and sold the largest amount of pork ever. We believe that one of the reasons
   we were so successful, is that over 80% of our membership was involved in the project. Our local
   chapter, once again, received many compliments, and had some great publicity, while still making a profit.
   The Annual pig roast has become an event that our community looks forward to each year. We also had a
   successful fruit sale by selling over 250 cases of fruit. In addition to the monetary gains, we also had some
   good PR, because our community was very satisfied with the quality of the fruit. We believe that the
   commission incentive was a big reason why we had over 50% of our members invovled in this fruit sale. The
   fruit baskets for the foundation sponsors were meaningful gifts which showed our appreciation to our
   supporters. Our greenhouse production continues to grow and sales have been outstanding. Virtually all of
   our members help in some way throughout the year to provide a tremendous service to our school and
   community.


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Name of Activity: Chapter Fundraisers: Pig Roast/Fruit Sale/Greenhouse Plant Sale




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 Pictured are a few of our members working in the greenhouse in preparation
 for our annual Spring Open House. We transplant over four thousand
 seedlings in anticipation of this sale. Hanging baskets and garden pots are
 also prepared for sale.




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Division II - Chapter Development - Activity Three
The FFA chapter has a responsibility to provide opportunities and services to its members. Chapter
responsibilities may be met by promoting increased member participation, financial responsibility, positive
image, interactions with support groups and cooperation through organized activities.

Name of Activity:               National FFA Week: Petting Zoo/Open House
     Which quality standard applies to this activity? (check one)
             Recruitment           Financial   X     Public Relations          Leadership            Support Group

A. Goals/Objectives - (What did you want to accomplish?)


    1. To involve over seventy percent of our chapter members in promoting our program and National FFA
       Week
    2. To use an open house format which will promote and illustrate new technologies in the agriculture
       industry and other activities/projects the FFA chapter is involved in.
    3. To promote agricultural literacy in the local elementary school.
    4. To promote the agriculrue program throughout the school and the community.
    5. To target high school ag ed students by developing activities, which promote National FFA Week.
    6. To have at least one thousand visitors for our petting zoo.
    7. To have at least twenty FFA members participate in Tractor Day by driving a tractor to school.


B. Plan of action - (Who, what, when, where, why, how?)


   I. Petting Zoo and Open House
     A. Members and farmers brought in animals to the zoo, which was attended by area schools,
        retirement centers, day care centers, and homes for mentally disabled.
     B. Set up over twenty educational displays to showcase our FA activities and class projects which
        highlight modern technologies used in the agriculture industry.
     C. The Reporter developed a Power Point Presentation to showcase our chapter's activities which
        was on display throughout the day.
     D. A local Zoo presented an Exotic Animal Show during this event.
   II. Agricultural Literacy Programs/Blue and Gold Day
     A. Poster contest for elementary school utilizing the theme "Pondering Pizza"
     B. Members wore blue and gold tie-die shirts and participated in "FFA Rowdy Day".
   III. Tractor Day
     A. Members drove in Tractors which were showcased throughout the day


C. Results/evaluation - (What was accomplished?)



   We addressed several goals with our National FFA Week activities this year. The open house format for the
   petting zoo helped make it more educational and practical to our middle school and high school students.
   The publicity for the event was tremendous. Over twelve hundred people attended our open house. One of
   the highlights of the event was the wide variety of animals that were a part of the petting zoo, which included
   an armadillo, reptiles, and exotic birds. It was amazing to see so many members of our community and
   surrounding communities be involved in our open house and petting zoo. The exotic animals from the local
   zoo was a tremendous addition to our program. We were also able to expand our agricultural literacy efforts
   by utilizing the "Pondering Pizza" theme with our National FFA week poster contest. Over 170 1st and 2nd
   graders were involved in this agricultural literacy activity. The tractor day proved to be an excellent addition
   to our National FFA Week Activities. With over 85% of our members involved in FFA Week, we were able to
   promote our program throughout the school and community.



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Name of Activity:              National FFA Week: Petting Zoo/Open House




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 At our annual Petting Zoo during FFA Week, children from local day care
 centers and schools learn about many different animals, including the Tilapia
 in our aquaculture facility. Over twelve hundred people attended this event.
 The Exotic Animal Show presented by the local Zoo was a highlight of this
 event.




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                                                                                            Chapter #:         IL 0999
Division III - Community Development - Activity One
FFA can develop partnerships with other groups and organizations while taking a leadership role in making the
community a better place to live and work. Using state, national and international activities, a chapter and its
members can serve as catalysts in improving community's economic, environmental and human resources.

Name of Activity:                         30 MPH/"35 MPH - The Long Haul"
     Which quality standard applies to this activity? (check one)
            Economic        X    Environmental           Human Resource             Citizenship          Ag. Awareness

A. Goals/Objectives - (What did you want to accomplish?)


    1. Remove 35 miles of garbage from the ditches surrounding our town within one hour. Following the
    cleanup, our goal is to feed over 500 volunteers within a half hour.
    2. Involve EVERY FFA member in the project and 95% of the student body. We intend to provide
    opportunities for those with physical and mental disadvantages so they may also participate.                           ONLY
    3. Raise $1,000.00 in sponsor money and in-kind donations to fund the operation. The FFA is committed
    to contributing whatever is not donated.
    4. Have ALL faculty members' support for the project and their willingness to clean up the community.
    Some will be involved in helping with lunch or other supervision.
    5. To provide for the safety of the participants to the point of having no injuries or accidents related to the
    project.

B. Plan of action - (Who, what, when, where, why, how?)


   1. A committee will be selected to plan the event and choose the roads to be cleaned. Sub committees
   will be garbage pickup, donation solicitation, food, and security.
   2. Sign up for the massive cleanup will begin on February 23rd. A computer database for the project will
   be utilized to simplify and make the signup more efficient.
   3. Letters will be sent to thirty businesses in the school district during the last week of February. Press
   releases will also include requests for donations. Major contributors from last year such as the Florida
   Fruit Association, Waste Management and IDOT will be contacted. Other grant opportunities will be
   researched throughout the year.
   4. Committee co-chairmen will visit individually with all teachers and ask for their support and how each
   would like to contribute to the project. The chairmen will then give a presentation at a faculty meeting
   explaining the details two weeks prior to the day.
   5. Each participant will be provided an pink t-shirt that will also commemorate the event. Gloves will be
   secured for everyone. Each road shall have an emergency vehicle present with lights flashing to slow
   traffic to "30 MPH". The date selected is March 24th, the day spring break begins.


C. Results/evaluation - (What was accomplished?)


   "30 MPH" was a tremendous success for the sixth consecutive year! The previous night's snow melted off just
   in time, and nobody seemed to care about the 37 degree weather. 431 students (every FFA member and all but
   22 students!), 52 faculty, 11 FFA alumni, 9 bus drivers, and many others collaborated for its success. Agencies
   involved included Illinois Department of Transportation, County Sheriff, ESDA, Fire Departments, Illinois State
   Police, and Local Ambulance. The grand task of accepting donations and organizing volunteers, groups and
   supervisors took two months. It was again easier this year with the database designed by one of our Alumni
   members. After the garbage was picked up, another group came through with trucks and collected it. All
   volunteers met in the gym for final instructions and were then divided and sent to their bus. Over 30 cubic
   yards of garbage was collected and $202.00 worth of aluminum was recycled. Every student involved kept their
   pink T-shirt. Waste Management donated dumpsters and hauling. 12 local businesses donated over $600 in
   food, prizes and money, including a $200 grant from Heap Insurance. The great crusade ended with an all
   school picnic at the high school (served by even more volunteers). We definitely met our immediate goal of
   cleaning our ditches; only time will tell if we were able to change people's attitude about our environment.


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Name of Activity:                      30 MPH/"35 MPH - The Long Haul"




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 500 pink shirts on volunteers brighten a cloudy day and provided visibility as
 we executed "30 MPH" for 2006. This scene was repeated on 35 miles of
 roadside as the FFA organized transportation, materials, security, crew
 leaders, funding, volunteers and lunch for our annual, massive clean up
 effort.




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                                                                                         Chapter #:        IL 0999
Division III - Community Development - Activity Two
FFA can develop partnerships with other groups and organizations while taking a leadership role in making the
community a better place to live and work. Using state, national and international activities, a chapter and its
members can serve as catalysts in improving community's economic, environmental and human resources.

Name of Activity:                               Fabulous Farm Adventure
     Which quality standard applies to this activity? (check one)
            Economic            Environmental          Human Resource            Citizenship   X      Ag. Awareness

A. Goals/Objectives - (What did you want to accomplish?)


    1. Host an educational, two-day event that is informative and illustrative for 68 third grade students in
    cooperation with the Grade School teachers.
    2. To have FFA members develop 10 stations, each one teaching a separate lesson about agriculture.
    The separate areas will encompass information about aquaculture, forestry, carpentry, soil science, and            ONLY
    farm equipment safety. The pupils will be included in the variety of activities and gain first hand
    knowledge on the numerous topics.
    3. Incorporate 100% of the soil science students in the numerous activities throughout the two days. The
    FFA members will be responsible for the organization of the entire event which involves the invitation of
    speakers, transportation, and the lesson plans for each station. In addition, the students will be required
    to obtain the necessary materials and prepare the chapter land lab for the event.

B. Plan of action - (Who, what, when, where, why, how?)


   1. A conference will be arranged between the third grade teachers and soil science students to discuss
   the desired goals of each party and arrive at a basic overall strategy for the day. The Fabulous Farm
   Adventure will take place during the third week of May, All will be fed lunch.
   2. Invite knowledgeable specialists from the Illinois Department of Agriculture, the University of
   Illinois, the Illinois Department of Natural Resources, and the Illinois Department of Conservation to
   speak and provide a basic understanding in their respective fields. Skilled members from the community
   will be invited to assist the students as well.
   3. The stations will be set up in advance at the land lab to insure the day will run as smoothly as
   possible. The aquaculture station will be set up at the pond, the farm safety and soil science stations in
   the yard, the forestry station near the woods, and the carpentry station in the shed.
   Demonstrations will be performed to give the students a hands-on experience, refreshing what they have
   been taught in the classroom. A mock accident will occur to show the dangers of farm
   equipment, birdhouses will be built, "gardens" will be planted, a soil sample taken, and fish will be
   exhibited. A nature walk will go through the woods and a scavenger hunt is planned.


C. Results/evaluation - (What was accomplished?)


   The dedication and careful preparation by every soil science student proved to be worthwhile as the
   "Adventure" turned out to be a complete success. The first day started off with a welcome to the land lab by the
   FFA officers and an introduction to the FFA organization. The 68 third graders were then divided into different
   groups and went around to each of the ten stations over the two days. The kids were excited at the chance to
   touch fish, make birdhouses, and see farm equipment. They enjoyed planting flowers and the pleasant weather
   made it ideal for spending the day outside. The smiling faces of the third graders made it obvious they were
   having an enjoyable time as they learned a great deal about the different areas of agriculture. The speakers
   from the various departments around the state did an excellent job explaining about their area. They seemed
   pleased that their message was heard and so many students participated in the event. Even the grade school
   teachers seemed delighted with the new things they learned, or maybe it was just the time out of the classroom
   they were enjoying. The mock accident moved the students and seemed to make an impact on the way they
   thought about safety. The teachers, soil science students, and various speakers all look forward to holding a
   similar event again next year.


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Name of Activity:                            Fabulous Farm Adventure




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 As eyes gaze skyward, FFA members teach agriculture's future in the woods
 durign the Fabulous Farm Adventure.         Agriculture, aquaculture, farm
 safety, wildlife, and environmental issues were the lessons learned by the
 grade school students during the two day event. The future looks bright with
 enthused third graders like these!




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                                                                                         Chapter #:        IL 0999
Division III - Community Development - Activity Three
FFA can develop partnerships with other groups and organizations while taking a leadership role in making the
community a better place to live and work. Using state, national and international activities, a chapter and its
members can serve as catalysts in improving community's economic, environmental and human resources.

Name of Activity:                                      FFA Toy Show
     Which quality standard applies to this activity? (check one)
       X    Economic            Environmental          Human Resource           Citizenship           Ag. Awareness

A. Goals/Objectives - (What did you want to accomplish?)


    1. Involve 80% of chapter members in the setup, operation, management or tear down of the show. We
    also want to involve ten parents and alumni.
    2. Have over 100 tables of displays or toys for sale.
    3. Have over 800 people attend the show.
    4. Have 50 kids in the pedal tractor pull. All participants should receive a ribbon and trophies will be
    given to the winners of each weight class.
    5. Profit over $3,000.00 for the sale of table space, door receipts, auction commission, raffle proceeds
    and the food stand.
    6. This year we want to expand our antique tractor show. Our goal is to have 50 old tractors on display.


B. Plan of action - (Who, what, when, where, why, how?)


   1. Several committees are formed in the fall including the general committee, food stand, pedal
   pull, antique tractor show, and auction. Sign up sheets for the various activities were posted one month
   ahead of time, and personal contact was made to encourage everyone to sign up.
   2. The committee sends contracts to past toy show dealers in December. Others are rented tables as
   space allows. Members are available on the morning of the show to assist the consignors.
   3. Toy Show announcements are placed in all local media, both print and radio. Flyers are produced
   and mailed to all FFA chapters in Illinois and to all past participants. We also attach our ad to the back
   of 5,000 maps used at another Toy Show.
   4. Special invitations are hand delivered to our three grade schools inviting anyone under 80 pounds to
   participate in the tractor pull. We have our own sled, donated by an alumni member.
   5. Attendees are charged $2.00 if they are over the age of ten. Auction commissions equal $3.00 or
   10% whichever is greater for any item. Alumni members will serve as clerks for the auction.
   6. One FFA member will organize the antique tractor show. Flyers were produced and personal contacts
   were made to local collectors.


C. Results/evaluation - (What was accomplished?)


   For the eighteenth consecutive year, the FFA Toy Show was a big success! The event draws toy dealers from
   all over the Midwest and members from our community to enjoy the sale and displays. This year we had a big
   show with over 950 in attendance. 83% of our membership was involved in setting up, operating, or tearing
   down of the toy show. The antique tractor show this year was once again a big hit as 57 tractors graced the
   front of the school and held the attention of a big crowd for most of the day. The show went on without any
   problems with 116 tables of toy displays and sales. 36 kids participated in the pedal pull. The auction netted
   only $220.00 in commissions on the 141 items on the two hour sale. Our chapter also manned a table where
   we sold soybean candles and raffle tickets for the Alumni four wheeler. Overall, our chapter profited
   approximately $3,200.00 from the food stand, table rentals, door receipts, and auction commission. The toy
   show is one of our largest activities of the year and takes a tremendous amount of organization. We feel that
   because of the extra effort put forth before the sale, attendance and profits were increased and the many facets
   of the show ran smoothly. Students involved in the show learned a great deal about organization of a large
   scale event.


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Name of Activity:                                     FFA Toy Show




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  Another pedal puller roars down the track as the buyers and sellers continue
 to do business in the background at the 18th Annual FFA Toy Show. Almost
 950 people were in attendance for the sale, show, auction, and pedal pull.
 The chapter profited $3,200 from the day.




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  2006-07-08-09-2010                  National Chapter Application                                       State:       IL
 (Revised 2006)               Form III - Essentials of a Successful Chapter                         Chapter #:       0999

Essentials of a Successful Chapter
 The purpose of this form is to encourage all chapters eligible for the Models of Innovation awards to reflect the
 standards identified in the Official Manual (pp. 14, 15) as the Essentials of a Successful Chapter (EOASC).
 This form will be used for the Models of Innovation judging process only.


Integral Relationship
  Our chapter reflects this EOASC. Following are brief examples how. (NOTE: In the summary below, be sure to
  include the number of students who had a SAE during this application period. Collegiate chapters in their
  summary should indicate the number of students who actively supported the integrated model of agricultural
  and how.)

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FFA Knowledge
 Our chapter reflects this EOASC. Following are brief examples of how we ensure every member understands the
 functions and opportunities of FFA.

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Diversity of Membership
 Our chapter reflects this EOASC. The chapter membership is representative of our school's student population.
 Following are brief descriptions of our chapter's diversity and how we are accomplishing this essential function.

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All Members Share Responsibilities
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  actively shared responsibilities on committees and how.

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Capable Officers
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A Challenging Program of Activities (POA)
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A Workable Constitution & Bylaws
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Proper Equipment and Records
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 financial, historical, and membership records.

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Well Planned, Regularly Held Chapter Meetings
 Our chapter reflects this EOASC. Below is a brief description of how often our chapter meets, how we plan our
 meetings, the average percentage of membership attendees, and how we use meetings as learning/teaching
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Adequate Financing
 Our chapter reflects this EOASC. The following brief narrative explains how we managed expenses, acquired funds,
 and balanced our budget. We also show how adequate financing contributed to our chapter's creativity and growth.
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School and Community Support
 Our chapter reflects this EOASC. Below is brief description of how our use of community volunteers (I.e., FFA
 alumni) met community needs.

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FORM III SCORE SHEET EVALUATION GUIDELINES                                                                                                              Page 31 of 47
Form III, scored at the national level, is for detailing how well the chapter has met the standards identified as Essentials of a Successful
Chapter. The rubric for scoring Form III is provided below. A perfect Score oon Form III would be 55 points


 Essentials of a    Possible
                                                     Full Points (5)                         Middle Points (4-2)                       Low/No Points (1 - 0)
 Successful Chapter Points
                                              Has 100% membership. Gave one clear          Has 33% - 99% membership. Gave one          Has less than 33% membership. Gave
                                              strategy on how they will sustain 100%       clear strategy on how they will pursue      no/clear strategy on how they will
                                              membership. Gave one clear example           100% membership. Gave one clear             pursue 100% membership. Gave
                                              of the process in place for members to       example of the process in place for         no/clear example of the process in
 Integral Relationship               5        understand the relationship between          members to understand the relationship      place for members to understand the
                                              SAEs, FFA, and the Classroom. Gave           between SAEs, FFA, and the                  relationship between SAEs, FFA, and
                                              one clear example of how SAEs are            Classroom. Gave one clear example of        the Classroom. Gave no/clear example
                                              selected. At least 75% of their chapter      how SAEs are selected. Between 25%          of how SAEs are selected. Less than
                                              had an SAE.                                  and 75% of their chapter had an SAE.        25% of chapter had an SAE.



                                              Chapter gave at least three examples of      Chapter only gave one or two examples       Chapter gave vague or no examples of
                                              how it has a clear process in place for      of how it has a process in place for        how it has a process in place for
                                              conveying FFA history - including            conveying FFA history - including           conveying FFA history - including
                                              chapter, state, and national policies and    chapter, state, and national policies and   chapter, state, and national policies and
 FFA Knowledge                       5        procedures. In addition, the chapter         procedures. In addition, the chapter        procedures. In addition, the chapter
                                              gave at least two clear examples of          gave less than three examples of how        gave less than three examples of how
                                              how members are made aware of                members are made aware of                   members are made aware of
                                              opportunities through FFA.                   opportunities through FFA.                  opportunities through FFA.



                                              Chapter gave at least three clear
                                                                                           Chapter gave one or two examples of         Chapter gave vague or no examples of
                                              examples of how it reflects
                                                                                           how it reflects inclusiveness in both its   how it reflects inclusiveness in both its
                                              inclusiveness in both its membership,
                                                                                           membership, structure, and activities in    membership, structure, and activities in
 Diversity of                                 structure, and activities in relation to
                                     5        its school population. The chapter gave
                                                                                           relation to its school population. The      relation to its school population. The
 Membership                                                                                chapter gave a vague example of how         chapter gave vague or no examples of
                                              at least two clear examples of the plan
                                                                                           it plans sustain or improve its             how it plans to sustain or improve its
                                              and process it has in place to sustain its
                                                                                           inclusiveness.                              inclusiveness.
                                              inclusiveness.
FORM III SCORE SHEET EVALUATION GUIDELINES                                                                                                            Page 32 of 47
Form III, scored at the national level, is for detailing how well the chapter has met the standards identified as Essentials of a Successful
Chapter. The rubric for scoring Form III is provided below. A perfect Score oon Form III would be 55 points


 Essentials of a    Possible
                                                     Full Points (5)                        Middle Points (4-2)                      Low/No Points (1 - 0)
 Successful Chapter Points
                                              It is clear what and how many               It is vague to clear what and how many     It is not clear what and how many
                                              committees the chapter has and that         committees the chapter has and that        committees the chapter has and that
                                              each chapter member has specific            each chapter member has specific           each chapter member has specific
 All Members Share                            duties. The chapter gave at least three     duties. The chapter gave one or two        duties. The chapter gave vague or no
                                     5        clear examples of how non-officer           vague examples of how non-officer          examples of how non-officer members
 Responsibilities
                                              members actively participate in             members actively participate in            actively participate in leadership roles
                                              leadership roles or opportunities (i.e.,    leadership roles or opportunities (i.e.,   or opportunities (i.e., attend leadership
                                              attend leadership workshops).               attend leadership workshops).              workshops).


                                              A complete, objective, open officer         A complete, objective, open officer        A complete, objective, open officer
                                              election process is clearly shown. At       election process is shown. Only one        election process is vaguely shown.
                                              least two examples are given on how         clear example was given on how             Examples on how officers are trained
                                              officers are trained through diverse        officers are trained through diverse       through diverse methods to meet the
 Capable Officers                    5        methods to meet the chapter's               methods to meet the chapter's              chapter's leadership, learning, and
                                              leadership, learning, and growth needs.     leadership, learning, and growth needs.    growth needs were vague or missing.
                                              At least two clear examples are given       Only one clear example was given on        How the officers are role models in and
                                              on the officers are role models in and      the officers are role models in and        beyond their chapter was vague or not
                                              beyond their chapter.                       beyond their chapter.                      shown.


                                              Through Forms I and II it is clear the      Through Forms I and II it is vague how
                                                                                                                                     Through Forms I and II it is vague or
 A Challenging                                POA is challenging. Innovation is           the POA is challenging. Innovation is
                                                                                                                                     clear the POA was not challenging.
                                              clearly demonstrated through the use of     vaguely demonstrated through the use
 Program of Activities               5        improvements that, according to either      of improvements that, according to
                                                                                                                                     Innovation was vaguely or not
                                                                                                                                     demonstrated through the use of
 (POA)                                        this chapter's location or past, are non-   either this chapter's location or past,
                                                                                                                                     improvements.
                                              traditional.                                are non-traditional.
FORM III SCORE SHEET EVALUATION GUIDELINES                                                                                                           Page 33 of 47
Form III, scored at the national level, is for detailing how well the chapter has met the standards identified as Essentials of a Successful
Chapter. The rubric for scoring Form III is provided below. A perfect Score oon Form III would be 55 points


 Essentials of a    Possible
                                                    Full Points (5)                        Middle Points (4-2)                      Low/No Points (1 - 0)
 Successful Chapter Points

                                              The chapter gave at least three clear
                                                                                         The chapter gave one or two vague          The chapter gave vague or no
                                              examples of how its constitution and
                                                                                         examples of how its constitution and       examples of how its constitution and
                                              bylaws provide firm structure and
                                                                                         bylaws provide firm structure and          bylaws provide firm structure and
 A Workable                                   support as well adequate flexibility for
                                     5        progress. The chapter gave at least one
                                                                                         support as well adequate flexibility for   support as well adequate flexibility for
 Constitution & Bylaws                                                                   progress. The chapter vaguely showed       progress. The chapter did not show
                                              clear example of how all chapter
                                                                                         how all chapter decisions are based        how all chapter decisions are based
                                              decisions are based upon its
                                                                                         upon its constitution and bylaws.          upon its constitution and bylaws.
                                              constitution and bylaws.


                                                                                         It is unclear whether the chapter
                                              It is clear the chapter possesses/has                                                 It is unclear whether the chapter
                                                                                         possesses/has access to equipment
                                              access to equipment needed by officers                                                possesses/has access to equipment
                                                                                         needed by officers to keep accurate
                                              to keep accurate financial, historical,                                               needed by officers to keep accurate
 Proper Equipment                                                                        financial, historical, and membership
                                     5        and membership records. The chapter
                                                                                         records. The chapter gave one or two
                                                                                                                                    financial, historical, and membership
 and Records                                  gave at least three clear examples of                                                 records. The chapter gave no examples
                                                                                         vague examples of the procedures it
                                              the procedures it has in place for                                                    of the procedures it has in place for
                                                                                         has in place for maintaining current
                                              maintaining current records.                                                          maintaining current records.
                                                                                         records.


                                                                                         A definite meeting schedule is
                                              A definite regular meeting schedule is                                                A vague meeting schedule is presented.
                                                                                         presented. The chapter gave one or two
 Well Planned,                                presented. The chapter gave at least                                                  An example of how the chapter's
                                                                                         examples of how its meetings have
                                              three clear examples of how its                                                       meetings have created more unity and
 Regularly Held                      5        meetings have created more unity and
                                                                                         created more unity and
                                                                                                                                    learning/teaching among most to all
                                                                                         learning/teaching among most to all
 Chapter Meetings                             learning/teaching among most to all
                                                                                         chapter members. Both examples were
                                                                                                                                    chapter members was vague or
                                              chapter members.                                                                      missing.
                                                                                         vague.
FORM III SCORE SHEET EVALUATION GUIDELINES                                                                                                    Page 34 of 47
Form III, scored at the national level, is for detailing how well the chapter has met the standards identified as Essentials of a Successful
Chapter. The rubric for scoring Form III is provided below. A perfect Score oon Form III would be 55 points


 Essentials of a    Possible
                                                    Full Points (5)                     Middle Points (4-2)                   Low/No Points (1 - 0)
 Successful Chapter Points
                                              The chapter gave at least three clear   The chapter gave one or two clear       The chapter gave vague to no examples
                                              examples of how it acquired funds.      examples of how it acquired funds.      of how it acquired funds. The chapter
 Adequate Financing                  5        Each example clearly shows how the      Each example vaguely shows how the      either vaguely or failed to show how
                                              chapter grew as a result of the added   chapter grew as a result of the added   the chapter grew as a result of the
                                              financing.                              financing.                              added financing.


                                              The chapter gave at least three clear   The chapter gave one or two clear       The chapter gave one to no clear
                                              examples of how it met community        examples of how it met community        examples of how it met community
 School and                                   needs by working with FFA alumni        needs by working with FFA alumni        needs by working with FFA alumni
                                     5        and/or other community entities. In     and/or other community entities. In     and/or other community entities. The
 Community Support
                                              each example, the community needs       each example, the community needs       community needs met were either
                                              met were clearly identified.            met were vaguely identified.            vague or not identified.



 TOTAL
 POSSIBLE                           55
 POINTS
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NATIONAL CHAPTER AWARD PROGRAM FORM III SCORE SHEET
Chapter Name                         Right Way FFA Chapter                               State       ILLINOIS    IL 0999
                                                                                         Actual
                                                                                         Points
Essentials of a Successful Chapter                                                                Comments
Integral Relationship (5)
 School has 100% FFA membership (1)
 Gives 1 clear strategy for the chapter gaining or sustaining 100% FFA membership (1)
 Has 1 clear example of how the integral relationship is taught (1)
 Has 1 clear example of how SAEs are selected (1)
 At least 75% of chapter has an SAE (1)
FFA Knowledge (5)
 Has 3 clear examples of process for sharing FFA history (3)
 Has 2 clear examples of educating members about FFA opportunities (2)
Diversity of Membership (5)
 By 3 examples clearly shows chapter's inclusiveness reflects school's population (3)
 By 2 clear examples shows processes set for sustaining/increasing inclusiveness (2)
All Members Share Responsibilities (5)
 Clearly shows number of chapter committees (1)
 Clearly shows each chapter member has specific duties (1)
 Has 3 clear examples of how non-officer members engage in leadership (3)
Capable Officers (5)
 Use of an open, objective officer selection process is clear (1)
 Has 2 clear examples of diverse methods used for training and developing officers (2)
 Has 2 clear examples of how officers are role models in and beyond their chapter (2)
A Challenging Program of Activities (POA) (5)
 Challenging POA (2)
 Use of POA for innovation and improvement (3)
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NATIONAL CHAPTER AWARD PROGRAM FORM III SCORE SHEET
Chapter Name                        Right Way FFA Chapter                              State       ILLINOIS    IL 0999
                                                                                       Actual
                                                                                       Points
Essentials of a Successful Chapter                                                              Comments
A Workable Constitution & Bylaws (5)
 Has 3 examples of how constitution & bylaws both structure and support chapter (3)
 Has 1 clear example of how constitution & bylaws enable chapter growth (1)
 Has 1 clear example of how constitution & bylaws affect decision-making (1)
Proper Equipment and Records (5)
 Access to proper record-keeping equipment is clear (2)
 Has 3 clear examples of procedures used for current and accurate record-keeping (3)
Well Planned, Regularly Held Chapter Meetings (5)
 Definite meeting schedule is clear (2)
 Has 3 clear examples of how meetings create more unity and learning (3)
Adequate Financing (5)
 Has 3 clear examples of how funds were acquired (3)
 Clearly showed how chapter grew as a result of the added funds (2)
School and Community Support (5)
 Has 3 clear examples of how community needs were met using support groups (3)
 Community needs were clearly identified (2)

Overall Total
SCORE SHEET EVALUATION GUIDELINES
Judges do not score Form I of the application. The purpose of Form I is to verify that chapters conducted an activity
related to each of the quality standards.
Scoring of Form II occurs at the state and national levels. The purpose of Form II is to describe three major activities
the chapter conducted in each of the three divisions.
A rubric has been developed for use in scoring the national chapter applications. Activities are worth 50 points each.
A perfect score on Form II would be 450 points.
The rubric will use the following scoring guide.
Goals and Objectives
Excellent - (9 - 10 points) At least 3 measurable realistic goals that are specific in nature, related to a quality standard
(not repeated), tied to high quality instruction, above and beyond the expected chapter performance, and challenging.
Good - (6 - 8 points) At least 3 measurable realistic goals that are specific in nature and related to a quality standard
(not repeated)
Average - (4 - 5 points) At least 3 measurable, realistic goals. Grammar and spelling checked.
Fair - (2 - 3 points) At least 3 goals.
Poor - (0 - 1 point) 1 goal.
Plan of Action
Excellent - (13 - 15 points) There is a plan for meeting each goal; each goal has a plan of action. Key groups and
individuals are identified who plan to participate. The specific time line is clear. Clear procedures or steps are identified.
Learning opportunities are clear and unique, innovative ideas and approaches to the activity.
Good - (10 - 12 points) There is a plan for meeting each goal --each goal has a plan of action. Key groups and individuals
are identified who plan to participate. The specific time line is clear. Clear procedures or steps are identified.
Average - (7 - 9 points) There is a plan for meeting each goal --each goal has a plan of action. Key groups and individuals
are identified who plan to participate. Grammar and spelling checked.
Fair - (4 - 6 points) Plans are missing for one or more goals.
Poor - (0 - 3 points) Plans are missing for all goals.
Results/evaluation
Excellent - (22 - 25 points) The goals were achieved and measurable. There were definite benefits to the students, chapter
and the community, to the point, a definite impact of the activity was realized. All FFA members involved learned
something. There was significant involvement of community groups, organizations and/or individuals in a symbiotic and
teamwork environment. A quality photo substantiating the activity by showing an event of the activity with a caption
describing the event in the photo with 50 word or less was included.
Good - (14 - 21 points) the goals were achieved and measurable. There were definite benefits to the students, chapter or
community. The number of FFA members that participated was appropriate and adequate for the activity and other non-
FFA members groups and organizations participated. A photo showing an event of the activity with a caption describing
the event in 50 words or less was included.
Average - (11 - 13 points) The goals were achieved and there were definite benefits to the students, chapter, or community.
Photo with a caption of 50 words or less was included. Grammar and spelling was checked.
Fair - (6 - 10 points) The goals were partially achieved and little benefit was provided for the students, chapter and
community. Photo does not show an event and caption hard to follow.
Poor - ( 0 - 5 points) Goals were not achieved and no measurable benefit to the students, chapter, or community was realized.
No photo provided that relates to the activity. Caption did not explain the picture.
WHAT JUDGES LOOK FOR
When judges evaluate each section, they are looking for certain things. Ask yourself the following questions as you
complete each section.
Section               Questions                              Section                       Questions
Goals/Objectives      Are the goals specific?                Results/Evaluation            Were the goals achieved?
                      Are the goals measurable?                                            What are the benefits to the students,
                      Are the goals realistic?                                              chapter and community?
                      Was the scope of the activity correct?                               Did everybody involved learn
                                                                                            something?
Plan of Action        Did the plan meet the goals?                                         How many FFA members participated?
                      Did we use any new ideas in planning?                                Did anyone else participate?
                      Did we complete all the steps?                                       What was the impact of the activity
                      Was the plan educational?                                             on the members, chapter, school
                                                                                            and/or community?
                                                                                           Are the photos related to the activity?

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                          NATIONAL CHAPTER AWARDS PROGRAM
                                     SCORESHEET
Chapter Name                  Right Way FFA Chapter           State            ILLINOIS
                                                                                          IL 0999

                                                                 DIVISIONS
                                                Student           Chapter           Community
Activities                                  1      2      3    1     2     3      1    2      3
Goals/Objectives (points)
  At least 3 objectives (3)
  Measurable (1)
  Realistic (1)
  Specific (1)
  Related to quality standard (1)
  Tied to high quality Agriculture Ed (1)
  Above and beyond expectation (1)
  Challenging (1)
          Subtotal (possible 10 points)
Plan of Action
  Plan of action for each objective (5)
  Identify key group/individual (2)
  Clear time line (2)
  Clear procedures/steps (2)
  Educational (2)
  Unique, beneficial, innovative (2)
          Subtotal (possible 15 points)
Results/Evaluation
  Goals were achieved (5)
  Benefits to member, chapter, comm. (5)
  Impact (4)
  Specific involvement (4)
  Educational (4)
  Photo/caption (3)
           Subtotal (possible 25)

Activity Total

Division Total

OVERALL TOTAL
Student Development - Activity One                                                 Chapter #:   IL 0999



Name of Activity:                             Special Olympic Bowling




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Student Development - Activity Two                                                Chapter #:   IL 0999



Name of Activity: Washington Leadership Conference




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Student Development - Activity Three                                              Chapter #:   IL 0999



Name of Activity: Leadership Camp




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Chapter Development - Activity One                                                Chapter #:   IL 0999



Name of Activity: Recruitment and Retention Activities




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Chapter Development - Activity Two                                                 Chapter #:   IL 0999



Name of Activity: Chapter Fundraisers: Pig Roast/Fruit Sale/Greenhouse Plant Sale




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Chapter Development - Activity Three                                              Chapter #:   IL 0999



Name of Activity: National FFA Week: Petting Zoo/Open House




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Community Development - Activity One                                              Chapter #:   IL 0999



Name of Activity: 30 MPH/"35 MPH - The Long Haul"




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Community Development - Activity Two                                               Chapter #:   IL 0999



Name of Activity:                            Fabulous Farm Adventure




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Community Development - Activity Three                                             Chapter #:   IL 0999



Name of Activity:                                     FFA Toy Show




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