NEC teachers received a basket of "goodies" from an FFA officer on Thursday. Each item in the basket represented one of Georgia's top ten agriculture commodities. These items allow agriculture to be Georgia's #1 industry bringing in more than $72 billion annually. Brittaney Schwing, FFA sponsor, told the teachers "the items are integral in the success of our state just as you are incredibly important to the success of our FFA chapter."
The freshman students of Tift County Future Business Leaders of America have been working on a community service project to raise money for the March of Dimes. FBLA sold hat day stickers for a $1 donation. Members of the organization sold the stickers at all three lunch rotations for 2 weeks. During that time members took time to educate fellow students on the mission of the March of Dimes. The chapter accumulates points for contributions and educational events in which they participate in each year. The points are tallied to rank chapters state wide. FBLA raised a total of $322.50 for March of Dimes during this event
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Congratulations to paraprofessional Tonya Brown for being selected as Support Staff of the Month.