Freshmen: Use the presentation you worked on Friday before break to help you study for the unit test (scheduled for the week before winter break). We will be finishing up our habitat visits in early December. Before winter break we will really dive into ecological succession.
Sophomores: Students back to Wildlife Biology on 11/29 from the WorkSafe unit with Mrs. Rose. We will be continuing with the Freshwater Ecology Unit.
Juniors: December 11th is the first day of the Job Interview rotation with Mrs. Rose. Until then, we will be learning about forest disorders.
Seniors: We are finishing up learning about human population and will be moving on to learn about waste. Be sure to check out the scholarship from National FFA.
From National FFA:
2018 National FFA Scholarship Application Now Live
Don’t wait until the last minute! Sign in to FFA.org now to access the 2018 scholarship application. In 2017, we awarded $2.7 million in scholarships; one in every five members who applied received a scholarship.
Application deadlines for 2018:
· The online application must be submitted prior to11:59 p.m.* EST on Feb. 1, 2018 (no technical support after 5 p.m. EST).
· The required Signature Pages must be mailed postmarked no later than Feb. 8, 2018.
· FFA student membership must be submitted to the National FFA Organization no later than March 1, 2018.
Instructions, details and helpful tools are available atFFA.org/scholarships. Please review additional eligibility requirements for the America’s Farmers Grow Ag Leaders scholarships (presented by the Monsanto Fund) and the Built Ford Tough dealer scholarship program.
Direct questions, comments or concerns via email to scholarships@FFA.org.
Grades: Hours, journal entries and an SAE photo with caption are due for Q2 by 12/1. You can turn your SAE photo in on the SAE Q2 assignment posted in Google Classroom. For more info on SAE requirements see the SAE tab.
Forestry CDE: This year's forestry team was made up of freshmen Mikayla Higgins, Michael Lowit, Autumn Murray and junior Nick Motmans. Nick coached the team throughout the fall, spending many afternoons either in the woods or in the classroom teaching many eager freshmen about forestry. Freshmen Paige Walden was also a big part of the forestry team, attending almost all practices! The team competed in tree identification, equipment identification, forest disorders, tree measurements, general forestry knowledge, and tree stand improvement. The team placed 6th in the state, and Nick Motmans scored 3rd place individual. I can't decide what's more impressive, Nick's stellar placing (beating out two of the competitors on the winning team) or the fact that our team TIED the winning team in the hardest component of the contest, tree stand improvement. The team has caught the competitive bug and is intent on winning next year. If their level of dedication keeps up into next fall, I think they certainly can! If you are interested in joining the forestry practices to earn your shot at a place on the 2018 forestry CDE team, join us on Tuesday for our first practice of the 2018 competition year!
Open House: November 30th (THIS THURSDAY) is our 8th Grade Open House. Please sign up to help in our classroom from 5:45 to 8.
These updates are intended for current parents and students in the Wildlife Biology class at LHHS.