Manhiem FFA livestock SAE students please do this survey today: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/FFAAnimals
Our Mission at Manheim Central School District is:
To prepare responsible citizens who are lifelong learners.
Our Manheim FFA members shined in exhibiting their career skill expertise at CDE competitions at the 2017 PSU PA FFA Convention.
Our First Place Ag Sales Team went on to compete at the 2017 National FFA Convention competition. The Team placed SILVER at the National FFA Convention with Heidi Strausbaugh placing in the top 20 with an individual Gold medal.
A SPECIAL THANKS to Beth and Jay Gainer, the Cassel family and the Manheim Auto Auction for purchasing the wagon to raise over $4,000 to help cover their travel expenses.
CONGRATULATIONS to Brooke Balmer for being awarded the American FFA Degree at the 2017 National FFA Convention
26 Heirloom Tomato Plant Varieties in 2017
A special thanks to our many valued customers who support our high school horticulture project-many have been with us since our first year selling plants at Landis Valley Museum Herb Fair in 2003
Click Here For Our 2017 Variety List: 2017 Tomato Varieties
Agriculture Education students at Manheim Central are learning about agriculture in an inquiry science and STEM way in their new CASE curriculum ag classes.
CASE: Curriculum for Agricultural Science Education, classes provide a high level of educational experiences to students to enhance the rigor and relevance of Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources (AFNR) , Animal and Plant Biotechnology (APB) and Natural Resources Ecology (NRE) subject matter. Besides elevating the rigor of AFNR knowledge and skills, CASE provides purposeful enhancement of science, mathematics, and English language understanding. http://www.case4learning.org/
Mrs. Anderson and Mrs.Seibert attended Ag Food and Natural Resources (AFNR), Animal and Plant Biotechnology (APB) and Natural Resources and Ecology (NRE) CASE Institute training to gain new inquiry based science teaching methods and AgriScience content.
The CASE NRE curriculum is our required 9th grade Environment, Ecology course.
Students learn agriscience concepts by learning then applying their new academic knowledge to career possibilities.
Each of these course are prerequisites for the following years term length 45 day 1/2 credit Ag-Ed elective courses in either of those respective pathways.
All graduates of Manheim Central are required to successfully complete the Environment, Ecology and Engineering (EEE) course which is team taught with our Technical Education staff .
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