Soroco FFA
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  Welcome to Soroco FFA website. We are an agricultural science program located in Oak Creek, CO. Our chapter has 61 active AET student accounts and 1 teacher.  

Our students are developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.

Please take a look around our site to see what's going on at Soroco FFA.

 
 
 
This picture was taken when I was hitching my team to the wagon before taking the guests back to their cars after dinner.
This is my "show pony" Sonny Doc Frost. He was given to me in 3rd grade and he is something special to everyone who knows him. I use him on Horseback rides and our Horseback Dinner Rides.
As some of the trail rides where very easy to manage others were not as easy. Having a family of six go on a trail ride is a harder to manage then a trail ride of one. Not all trail rides went smoothly, this family was one of the hardest to manage as there was a tiny boy that had to be ponied. This made the trails really crammed. They had a wonderful time on the trails but they didn
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December 1
    Affiliation Payment Due
December 1
    AET Training,Immersion Set-up and Expectations, Part 2
December 3
    Ketchup with Ag Ed Zoom
December 10
    Media Report/ Notebook/Records Due
December 10
    FFA Meeting
December 11
    Engine & Equipment Technician Workshop
December 17
    Ketchup with Ag Ed Zoom

 
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HyperLink OAK CREEK — Soroco High School is sending its first finalist ever to FFA nationals for the National FFA Proficiency Awards. Senior Bailey Iacovetto was one of only four teens selected nationwide to compete in the “Outdoor Recreation” category in Indianapolis, Indiana, in October. There are 47 different proficiency programs in Future Farmers of America such as outdoor recreation, wildlife management or ag mechanics. The proficiency award recognizes students who have established a new business or worked for an existing company while showing how they’ve learned and grown through the hands-on experience. Bailey Iacovetto is a fifth-generation rancher on her family-owned Saddleback Ranch — a ranch that not only runs cattle but offers outdoor recreation. Bailey started “bread” duty during sleigh rides at age 4. “Cowboys and cowgirls would serve meals. We would set her up behind the counter with tongs, and she would be in charge of serving the homemade bread,” said mom Cara Iacovetto. By the time she was ready to start high school it was only natural for Bailey to choose Soroco High School even though she was in the Steamboat Springs School District. Soroco is known for its outstanding FFA program. “My mom and dad grew up in FFA, and it’s part of the family,” Bailey said. “Going to Soroco and being a part of that program is very special.” The program is run by teacher Jay Whaley, and each FFA student is required to do a Supervised Agricultural Experience, known as a SAE. Whaley said students can then select an official “proficiency” their sophomore year where they keep detailed records of their job or internship, then fill out a questionnaire their junior year. “It’s pretty extensive … 17 pages,” Whaley said. Bailey said she worked on cattle drives, horseback tours and snowmobile tours and kept financial and work records of everything she did. She’s hoping the diversity of her application and wide-ranging skills will wow the judges. “I’ll be doing interviews in Indianapolis … one-on-one communication with judges, and they’ll ask questions about my proficiency and about things the questionnaire didn’t cover,” Bailey said. Parents Cara and Justin Iacovetto said Bailey has been involved in almost every aspect of Saddleback Ranch from the time she could sit on a horse. “She deals with guests so well and is so patient and kind, and a lot of our guests are blown away when they find out she is 17,” Cara said. “Even through wrangling and horseback riding — calming a child or even an adult — she has this calming presence about her and doesn’t get rattled, which is easy to do in our line of work.” As of now, Bailey plans to attend the University of Wyoming to study agricultural education with an emphasis in ag communication. “My ag teacher has inspired me to teach,” Bailey said. Bailey is the Soroco FFA Chapter president and District 1 FFA president, representing Northwest Colorado. She’s also the reigning Routt County Fair Queen. The 92nd National FFA Convention & Expo will be held Oct. 30 to Nov. 2 in Indianapolis, Indiana, with about 70,000 FFA students in attendance. Frances Hohl is a contributing writer for the Steamboat Pilot & Today.
Date Posted: 9/12/2019

 
     
 
 
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Soroco FFA
Po Box 158
Oak Creek, CO 80467

 
 
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