Chapter Vice-President Kaylea Frost
Kaylea is a third year FFA student in her Senior year at RHS. Kaylea is a natural born leader who has strived to take this team farther every chance she gets. The first to arrive and the last to leave Kaylea is our worker on the team and can be counted on to always help! Kaylea also has an egg selling business and has had Market Swine Entrepreneurship SAE's in the past.
As our Chapter Secretary, Haley has been instrumental in helping to establish this chapter over the past three year. Being a large part of our successful Forestry and Veterinary Science teams in the past we look forward to seeing all Haley can accomplish in FFA and after High School.
Chapter Reporter Jasmine Bailey
Karl, our Chapter Sentinel is in his second year participating in FFA. Karl has represented RHS at our Rituals, and Forestry CDE's and shows promise as a strong leader in the future. Karl also operates a Swine SAE project and was a huge help in kicking off the FFA Week activities in our school and community this year!
Jasmine is serving her first year in a leadership position with Roseburg FFA. Jasmine is a driven, hard working young lady who has shown proficiency in many Career Development Event, being a member to reckon with. We are excited to see what Jasmine accomplishes in the FFA and her future career goals.
Colin is a 2021 RHS Graduate from the Roseburg FFA Chapter. Colin served this year as our Chapter Treasurer. Colin has been instrumental these past two years in our Veterinary Science program and is currently serving a paid internship with Parkway Medical Hospital as he prepares to head off to college to study Veterinary Medicine.
Olivia is our 2020-2021 Chapter President. Olivia is in her third year of Agriculture Education FFA. She also served 2020-2021 as the Umpqua District Secretary and will be serving 2021-2022 as the District Vice President. Olivia's SAE projects include raising specialty Mangalitsa breeding hogs and market swine livestock for the Douglas County Fair as well as an Agriculture Education Research SAE. This past year Olivia Olivia was a finalist at the State level for her SAE Swine Entrepreneurship projects. Olivia is excited to continue to grow and enhance agriculture education.
Wyatt is our breathe of fresh air. The ideal leader, Wyatt is always making our guests and members feel welcome and a part of the activities. Wyatt operates a Placement SAE working with his dad in construction. Wyatt has helped build furniture as well as sheds and buildings with his dad learning the hands on skills necessary to pursue a future career in Agriculture Construction and Mechanics!
Ella is from the Class of 2023 and representing RHS FFA as our Junior Chapter Vice-President. This year Ella has expanded on her Vegetable and Flower starts SAE project. Spending time researching different growing conditions and best practices Ella has expanded from starting approximately 100 starts in 2020 to over 300 starts in 2021. Ella is also actively involved in 4-H, Basketball, Cross country and Softball. We are fortunate to have Ella on our team!
Makaela has joined the Roseburg FFA leadership team this year and jumped off to a fantastic start. Jumping right into public speaking contests, the veterinary science CDE, committees, meetings and volunteering; Makaela displays the spirit of the FFA. We are excited to have Makaela join our Officer team in 2019-2020 and be serving as the Umpqua District Sentinel for 2020-2021.
Here at RHS we operate with two officer teams. Our senior team is advanced students in agriculture education, those who have obtained their greenhand and chapter degrees and are in their third year of instruction.These officers have shown excellence in their understanding of FFA knowledge and their pursuit of the highest quality SAE's and CDE's.
Our junior officer team consists of students in their first or second year of FFA. These students are learning about the national ffa and how they fit into the program as a whole. Juniors officers are in training for hopefully leading our team in the future. They are taking small steps to build a strong leadership team that can continue to guide our chapter.
Officers team are selected in two ways. our senior officers and the top three positions of our junior officer team are led through a vigorous application and interview process each spring with some alumni members. They are slated into office where the student membership votes to confirm positions. Applications are due each year by March 31st at midnight. Applicants will be notified regarding interviews after this process. Applications can be found
Students must confirm at least 20 hours of community service and involvement in at least two fundraisers for the prio year (April - March) to apply. Hours must be signed off if outside of ffa.
junior Treasurer, reporter and sentinel positions are placed each september. These positions are reserved for first year FFA members. This process includes an application and interview process as well to be placed. hours and fundraising events are based off your own work in the prior year outside of ffa. Applications for these positions can be found
Officer expectations: Officers are expected to attend a three day retreat in the summer. They also are expected to provide one meal for the entire group during this retreat. Students also are expected to attend the District leadership camp the first weekend in september. Costs are covered by chapter for officer attendance.Other financial costs come with travel expenses for state and regional career development events. Those are specific to the teams students chose to participate in.
Officers are also expected to participate in our officer meetings (the second thursday of each month at 7 am in the ag room) and the chapter meeting (The third thursday of every month, excluding december and march will be on the second thursday instead) at 5pm.
Officers are also eligible to apply for attendance to washington leadership camp. WLC is held each summer as an independent intensive conference in washington DC. Parents and students need to be aware that advisor attendance is not guaranteed. Scholarships may be awarded at state convention for attendees interested. Applications for the scholarship can be found online by searching oregon ffa scholarships. Applications are due by January 31st of each year. Preferred attendance is given to those who have completed their sophomore or junior year.If not awarded a scholarship attendance is fully the students responsibility. please Do not assume Fundraising opportunities will be available.