Pettisville FFA hosted a Tractor Day in the south parking lot, Wednesday, April 24.
While the tractors were there, FFA members had the opportunity to raise their awareness of safety rules and hazards that go along with them.
The ag classes observed all of the equipment and their safety equipment. The students were asked to see how many blind spots there are on a tractor. They were also asked to think of instances that might occur while driving the equipment and how they would respond to keep everyone around them as safe as possible.
As car drivers they were asked to take into consideration the difficulty of driving the equipment.
The freshmen, sophomores, and juniors took a field trip to Ag Safety Day in Napoleon, Friday, April 26.
They learned of the dangers that go along with working in and around silos and grain bins. Firefighters and Ohio State University Extension specialists explained how to prevent some things from happening and the quickest and proper ways to get help.
The Napoleon Fire Department gave a demonstration on how to get a person out of a grain bin or silo if they were stuck in corn.– Mikayla Crouch, reporter
Pettisville FFA hosted a hoop shoot at the school to raise money for the CROP/ Church World Services and the Children’s Hospital charities the week of April 22.
The event collected $122.
Noah Rocha and Landon Roth were the junior high hoop shoot winners.
Pettisville FFA was also recognized on stage at the recent State FFA Convention for donating $200 to those charities.–Mikayla Crouch, reporter