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SCC Ag Student From Oketo Attends National Convention; Receives FFA Degree

Beatrice, NE (Nov. 5, 2020) – A number of Southeast Community College students from the Beatrice Campus attended the Virtual National FFA Convention and received an American Degree last week.

“For a student to earn the American Degree, members put in a lot of time and effort,” said Travis Pralle, SCC Ag Instructor. “The National FFA Organization has specific requirements for students to accomplish in order to be considered for this premier degree recognition. A few examples of those requirements include; outstanding leadership, community involvement and a passion for agriculture.”

Students received a certificate and the American FFA degree key in honor of their accomplishments. The following SCC students received the degree:

  • Connor Bartels, Tecumseh.
  • Rachel Buehler, Adams.
  • Kane Hasselbring, Fairbury.
  • Tanner Kauk, Alma.
  • Angela Prebyl, Oketo, KS.
  • Elle Schmaderer, Stuart.

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