Last month, several members of the FFA chapter submitted applications for their state degrees, and for proficiency awards with their SAE (supervised agricultural experience). February also had national FFA week. On the 18th, there was a coloring contest for the elementary, and the high school started a cornhole tournament which carried on throughout the week. On Tuesday, there was chicken bingo for the little kids and the entire school could wear a hat for a dollar. Wednesday was the kiss a pig contest where the entire school voted for a teacher and a student to kiss a pig. The winners of that contest were Mrs. Rodwell, and Ashlynn Wright. Thursday contained the most fun for the entire school; Thursday was the petting zoo. There were many different animals for the kids to see including: a goat, show cattle, pigs, fowl (ducks, chickens, and geese), sheep, a puppy, and a cat. To wrap up FFA week, the chapter provided donuts and coffee to the community in Cope and Anton.