Plan of Action

Report
American Degree and
National Chapter
Revisions for 2012-2016
Application Changes
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Applicants are required to provide
e-mail addresses
Must complete at least 50 hours of
community service
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Minimum of three different activities
Application Changes
Application Changes
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Addition of Career Pathways
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Recognized that participation in
national events is one method of
measuring technical skill
attainment (TSA)
Career Pathway
information on Cover
page B
Classroom Courses
listed
Career Pathway
information on page 4a
and 4b
National Chapter
Major Revisions
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Change of quality standards
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Student
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Leadership
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Healthy Lifestyle
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Career Success
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Scholarship
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Personal Growth
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Chapter
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Chapter Recruitment
Financial
Public Relations
Cooperation
Support Group
Community
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Economic Development
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Environmental
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Human Resources
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Citizenship
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Agriculture Promotion
Major Changes (Cont.)
• POA will be on ACN next spring
• Form III has moved to Form I
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All chapters are required to fill out
Condensed to yes/no questions
and percentages
Quality Chapter Indicators are aligned with
National Quality Program Standards
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Standard 3-Leadership Development
Form I is not scored
Example: Form I
Major Changes (Cont.)
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Evaluation of Form II
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Number of goals increased from 3 to 4
• Score sheet has been modified
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Easier to follow
Added clarification for 25 point
deduction
Example: Form II
Major Changes (Cont.)
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No word limit on captions
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Text must fit in box and be Arial 14
Maximum of 8 lines
Photo pages moved
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Integrated with Form II
Rubric is redesigned
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Matchs up with the score sheet
Resources included in handbook
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LifeKnowledge lessons on how to write
SMART goals
Example application pages
Major Changes (Cont.)
• Model of Excellence
– Top 10 Chapters
• Outstanding Middle School
– Top 5 Chapters
• Recognition of chapters
– The MOI, MOE, and OMS chapters
will be recognized on main stage
– 3,2 and 1 star chapters will be
recognized at the banquet
Minor/No changes to:
• Cover page
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Addition of advisor’s name
• Completion of Form II
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Activity Description
• Deadlines
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Postmarked by July 15 to National FFA
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States have their own deadlines
• Model of Innovation
Form I
• Filled out for Superior Chapter
• List an activity in each of the 15
quality standards
• Do not repeat activities
• Incorporation of NQPS—Leadership
• Enter percentage or yes/no
Form II
• Goals and Objectives
– 4 SMART Goals
• Plan of Action
– Who, What, When, Where and How for
each goal
• Results/Evaluation
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Goal met or unmet
Benefits
Impact
Related to quality standard
Educational
SMART Goals
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Goal 2
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The Crest FFA Chapter will conduct
an awards banquet 26 May 2011 and
have all members attend.
SMART Goals
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Goal 3
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Crest FFA will hold a parent member
banquet on 26 May 2011 with over
80% of its membership in
attendance.
SMART Goals
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SMART Goals
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Specific
Measurable
Attainable
Realistic
Time Stamped
Plan of Action
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Addresses the following for each
Goal:
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Who
What
When
Where
How
The SMART Goal
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Goal 1: Crest FFA will enlist the help of
the Cleveland County Farm Bureau to
plan and implement "Fatal Vision“ for all
Spring 2008 agriculture classes. Fatal
Vision is a Farm Bureau sponsored
project to warn young people of the
dangers of drinking and driving.
Participants will wear goggles designed
to simulate drunk driving and will
maneuver a golf cart through an
obstacle course.
Plan of Action
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Goal 1: After receiving permission from
assistant principal Joel Hoyle, Matt Harris will
contact Brenda Condrey and Myron Edwards of
Cleveland County Farm Bureau to determine
their interest in conducting the Fatal Vision
program. Chapter secretary Zach McNamara
will then meet with Mr. Edwards to discuss
possible dates for the event, the time length of
the program, materials needed, and the
maximum group size for the demonstration.
This meeting will take place on Monday, April 7,
2008 at the Farm Bureau office.
Plan of Action- Who
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Goal 1: After receiving permission from
assistant principal Joel Hoyle, Matt Harris will
contact Brenda Condrey and Myron Edwards of
Cleveland County Farm Bureau to determine
their interest in conducting the Fatal Vision
program. Chapter secretary Zach McNamara
will then meet with Mr. Edwards to discuss
possible dates for the event, the time length of
the program, materials needed, and the
maximum group size for the demonstration.
This meeting will take place on Monday, April 7,
2008 at the Farm Bureau office.
SMART Goals
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Goal 1
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The Crest FFA Chapter will conduct a
chapter FFA Banquet
Plan of Action- What
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Goal 1: After receiving permission from
assistant principal Joel Hoyle, Matt Harris will
contact Brenda Condrey and Myron Edwards of
Cleveland County Farm Bureau to determine
their interest in conducting the Fatal Vision
program. Chapter secretary Zach McNamara
will then meet with Mr. Edwards to discuss
possible dates for the event, the time length of
the program, materials needed, and the
maximum group size for the demonstration.
This meeting will take place on Monday, April 7,
2008 at the Farm Bureau office.
Plan of Action- When
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Goal 1: After receiving permission from
assistant principal Joel Hoyle, Matt Harris will
contact Brenda Condrey and Myron Edwards of
Cleveland County Farm Bureau to determine
their interest in conducting the Fatal Vision
program. Chapter secretary Zach McNamara
will then meet with Mr. Edwards to discuss
possible dates for the event, the time length of
the program, materials needed, and the
maximum group size for the demonstration.
This meeting will take place on Monday, April 7,
2008 at the Farm Bureau office.
Plan of Action- Where
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Goal 1: After receiving permission from
assistant principal Joel Hoyle, Matt Harris will
contact Brenda Condrey and Myron Edwards of
Cleveland County Farm Bureau to determine
their interest in conducting the Fatal Vision
program. Chapter secretary Zach McNamara
will then meet with Mr. Edwards to discuss
possible dates for the event, the time length of
the program, materials needed, and the
maximum group size for the demonstration.
This meeting will take place on Monday, April 7,
2008 at the Farm Bureau office.
Plan of Action- How
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Goal 1: After receiving permission from
assistant principal Joel Hoyle, Matt Harris will
contact Brenda Condrey and Myron Edwards of
Cleveland County Farm Bureau to determine
their interest in conducting the Fatal Vision
program. Chapter secretary Zach McNamara
will then meet with Mr. Edwards to discuss
possible dates for the event, the time length of
the program, materials needed, and the
maximum group size for the demonstration.
This meeting will take place on Monday, April 7,
2008 at the Farm Bureau office.
Results/Evaluation
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Benefits to
member/chapter/community
Who did it impact and how
Educational
Related to Quality Standard
Outcome evaluated
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Goal met or unmet
Photo and Caption
Photo/Caption
• High quality picture, showing
involvement in the activity
• Be interesting and informative
• Do not repeat photos within
the application
Students grow their own bedding
plants from plugs as an FFA
fundraiser using 3 greenhouses.
They are responsible for mixing the
growing medium, transplanting,
mixing the fertilizers, and
manipulating the greenhouse
environment. They based this on
each crop’s light, moisture, and
temperature needs at specific
stages of growth.
• Photos must be of chapter
activity
• Type must fit in box—Arial 14
• Maximum of 8 lines
Activity
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Instructions:
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Work with your group to evaluate
the three Community Development
Activities for the sample chapter
Use the scoring sheet to record your
scores
At the conclusion we will see how
close you came to the national
judge’s score
Questions?
Larry Lyder
[email protected]
317-802-4402

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