FFA Speakers Qualify for Sectionals

On February 7, the Mineral Point FFA attended the District 12 FFA Speaking Contest at Black Hawk High School.  There were 15 participants from Mineral Point competing against FFA members from seven other schools   The 8th grade quiz bowlers that competed were Team Blue: Blake Radtke, Brett Roberts, and Colbi Carey. Team White: Grace … Read More

FFA Attends State Leadership Conference

Morgan Vondra and Katie Fitzsimmons of the Mineral Point FFA Chapter attended the Wisconsin Association of FFA Half-Time Leadership Conference held at the Holiday Inn & Convention Center in Stevens Point January 12-13. Over 350 FFA members, advisors, and state FFA officers participated. The Half-Time Leadership Conference provides FFA chapter leaders from around the state … Read More

Big Awards Earned at State FFA Convention

Loken Wins State FFA Prepared Speaking Contest Tommie Loken of the Mineral Point FFA Chapter was selected as the state winner of the FFA Prepared Speaking Contest with her speech titled: GMO. The Prepared Speaking Contest recognizes outstanding FFA members for their ability to present factual information on agricultural topics in a well thought-out and … Read More

Loken Wins Sectional FFA Speaking Contest

On March 8th, the Mineral Point FFA attended the Sectional FFA Speaking Contest at Argyle. There were seven participants from Mineral Point competing. The 8th grade quiz bowlers that competed where Mason Hughes, Chandler Workman, Rita Wilson, and Cecilia Stanton. In the prepared speaking contest, Tommie Loken placed 1st and will be moving on to … Read More

FFA Speakers Qualify for Sectionals

On February 1,  the Mineral Point FFA attended the District 12 FFA Speaking Contest at Belmont High School. There were 16 participants from Mineral Point competing against FFA members from seven other schools. The 8th grade quiz bowlers that competed were, Team Blue: Alexis Berget, Megan Toay and Haily Murphy; Team White: Mason Hughes, Chandler … Read More

Fitzsimmons, Loken Attend FFA Leadership Conference

Morgan Fitzsimmons and Tommie Loken of the Mineral Point High School FFA Chapter attended the Wisconsin Association of FFA Half-Time Leadership Conference held at the Holiday Inn & Convention Center in Stevens Point January 13-14. Over 450 FFA members, advisors, and state FFA officers participated. The Half-Time Leadership Conference provides FFA chapter leaders from around … Read More

Silver Emblems Earned at National FFA Convention

On October 18 through October 21, the Mineral Point FFA Chapter was represented at the 89th National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana.  The following members were present for the convention: Tommie Loken, Katie Fitzsimmons, Tea Bossert, Martina Steffes, Boone Schmitz, Morgan Fitzsimmons, Scott Pittz,  chaperone Bill Ottoway and Chapter Advisor Mike Robinson. Members of the … Read More

Robinson is Outstanding Ag Educator

Mineral Point Agriculture Teacher, Mike Robinson, was honored  at the end of June in Appleton at the Wisconsin Association of Agricultural Educators (WAAE) Conference. Robinson was selected as the Outstanding Agriculture Educator for the section Mineral Point is in and was in the Top Ten for the State of Wisconsin. Unfortunately, he was not chosen … Read More

FFA Advances to Nationals

Mineral Point FFA was once again well represented at the 87th annual State Convention June 13-16 in Madison. The Livestock Judging Team of Scott Pittz, Boone Schmitz, Morgan Fitzsimmons, and Martina Steffes placed first and will be advancing to Nationals in Indianapolis in October. Morgan was also the top judging individual. Morgan will also be … Read More

FFA Judging Team Qualifies for Nationals

Congratulations to the Mineral Point FFA Livestock Judging team of Morgan Fitzsimmons, Scott Pittz, Boone Schmitz and Martina Steffes for winning the State FFA Livestock Judging contest on Friday, April 29th. Morgan placed 1st, Scott 3rd, Boone 4th, and Martina 11th as individuals. They outscored the 2nd place team by almost 200 points. They will move on to … Read More