When the Culver Community School Board met last week, they received a presentation from FFA President Alex Temme who told them all about Culver’s involvement in this year’s National FFA Conference.
FFA members were able to watch the rodeo there as well as exhibit some of their agricultural skills. Superintendent Karen Shuman said that Culver students experienced some success with their soil judging presentations, getting ranked as one of the top ten teams to compete.
She explained that they were named 8th in the state and there were more than 50 teams competing. She said that she and the school board members were proud of that accomplishment.
Superintendent Shuman also mentioned that Temme informed the board that Culver’s FFA chapter has 40 new members this school year and the interest continues to grow.