Clayton Taylor is a junior at Prairie Valley High School in Gowrie, and the son of Clark and Jennifer Taylor, of Lohrville. He is a member of the Prairie Vally Chapter of FFA.
1.) Why FFA?:
I am involved with FFA because of the education it provides, leadership opportunities, and it’s just flat out fun.
2.) FFA project:
My SAEis in grain production, because I am already involved with it on my family farm.
3.) I’ve learned:
What I have learned most in FFA is a hard question to answer. I have learned many life skills while participating in FFA: leadership, social skills, and a hard work ethic.
4.) Career path:
I plan on continuing my education further by attending college to become an agricultural engineer. FFA helped guide my way towards agricultural engineering through the agricultural classes I take during school; I have learned how animals work, to soil sciences, to environmental issues.
5.) College plans:
My college plans haven’t been completely sorted out yet, but whichever college I choose will help me become the best engineer I can be.
6.) FFA acvtivities:
I have been deeply involved with FFA since my freshman year. My Junior year I participated in working the district leadership conference, SAE project (which received second at the state level), attended state convention, and spoke at the chapter’s award banquet. My senior year is hopefully going to be just as involved as my junior, sophomore, and freshman years.
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