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I hope each of you have had a wonderful and restful summer! We have some exciting news to share as we get back and rolling in this new school year. As many of you already know, an advisory board was formed this past spring to work with the Ag teacher team on ensuring the Midway FFA Livestock Show is continuing to meet the needs of our students and the goals of the program as we continue to grow and evolve as a chapter. In working alongside the board, some changes to the show were recommended to the Ag teacher team, including the format and when the show will take place. The Ag teacher team worked with campus and district leadership and have accepted the recommendation of the advisory board to move to a "progress show" format. As an exhibitor, you can expect the show to look a bit different regarding how it will prepare students for success, how students will receive monetary support, and how our community can get involved to help. We are very excited about the new “look” of the Midway Show and are very much looking forward to sharing it with you!

If you or your student are planning on raising and exhibiting a livestock project this year, we highly recommend you attend one of our Midway FFA Livestock Show meetings- Thursday 8/17 or Tuesday 8/22, both at 6:00pm in the MHS Ag Building. Details will be outlined by the advisory board members and there will be an opportunity to answer questions. The advisory board will remain intact and will be working with the Ag teacher team to solidify details and alongside the Alumni Association in how they can support this exciting endeavor. Again, we look forward to sharing this exciting opportunity for our students and hope to see you at one of the meetings!


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