Dear FFA Advisors,
The College of the Ozarks Agriculture department cordially invites your FFA chapter to attend our annual FFA Workshop on March 2, 2013. The workshop is a great opportunity for students to get the extra practice they need for their specific contest area.
This year, we are using an electronic registration system. Please register on our website before February 22, 2013. The entry fee prior to this deadline is $20 per school. After this deadline, the fee is $35 per school. We ask that you please send a check prior to the workshop to make things more efficient on the day of the workshop. Please make checks payable to College of the Ozarks and mail them to:
College of the Ozarks
c/o FFA Workshop
P.O. Box 17
Point Lookout, MO 65726
Phone #: (417) 690-3360
Fax #: (417) 336-0764
Late registration and contest material distribution for everyone will be from 7:45 to 8:15 a.m. in the Youngman Agriculture Building. We ask that only advisors come to the registration desks for information packets, campus maps, and scorecards. Please distribute all materials to your teams and inform students to be at their workshop destination by 8:30 a.m. Also, please remember that tobacco products are not permitted on campus.
We appreciate your chapter’s attendance at the College of the Ozarks FFA Workshop. There will be academic advisors and students available during and immediately after the workshop to answer questions about the agriculture major emphases offered at College of the Ozarks and the application process to enroll at the College. The Agriculture department offers emphases in the areas of Agriculture Business, Animal Science, Horticulture, Agriculture Education, Agronomy, and Conservation and Wildlife Management.
If you have any questions please call the Agriculture department at 417- 690-3360. Agriculture department tours are available by calling the Agriculture office and will be given by appointment. We look forward to seeing you at the 2013 College of the Ozarks FFA Workshop.
Dr. Donn Russell
Professor of Agriculture