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Forms and Applications

The Idaho FFA and the National FFA Organization provide individual and team career development events, award programs, leadership conferences, and other activities to help students achieve success and develop career goals and lifetime skills. It is important that teachers, students, and parents be aware of the program opportunities, current forms or applications, and deadlines. Please contact State FFA Advisor Glenn Orthel Email for more information.

General FFA Documents

 

Idaho FFA District Map with Chapters

USDOE/OAVE/National FFA intracurricular statement

Idaho FFA CDE Rules and Policies

CDE Appeals Process

CDE/Event/Program Request for Accommodation Form

 

8th Grade Student Participation Policy

Program of Activities - Template - Due December 1st

2009-2010 Annual Report (printable format)

2010-2011 Annual report (printable format)

SAE Record Book

Image Release Policy and Opt-Out Form

 
 
 
 
 

State Calendars and Due Dates

 

State FFA Calendar

 

State FFA/PTE Deadlines and Due Dates

FFA Chapter and Member Forms and Applications

 

Annual FFA Chapter Report - Due June 1st

Idaho FFA Code of Conduct

Letter of Originality (Job Interview)

Delegate Issue Submission Form
     Preferred deadline at Midwinter
     Final deadline 30 days prior to SLC

State FFA Leadership Talent Application - Due March 1st

 

 

 

 

FFA Proficiencies

 

Proficiency Medal Request Form

National FFA Proficiency Areas

Proficiency Certification (used at the national level)

Proficiency Application - Entrepreneurship
Due March 1st (original plus 5 copies)

Proficiency Application - Placement
Due March 1st (original plus 5 copies)
 

 

 

 

 

IMPORTANT PROFICIENCY INFORMATION:

Proficiency applications should not have any current year information listed. Do not "open a new book" with current year data in the application. All information and data should end on December 31 of the year prior to the current year of application submission.

Proficiency award applications must have a minimum of one complete year of SAE records and FFA membership to be eligible for state submission. There is no minimum age or grade level standing to submit a proficiency award application.

National and Superior Chapter Program

 

National Chapter Award Application (Forms I & II)
Due March 1st (original plus 5 copies)

National Chapter Award Quality Standards

National Chapter Award Application Tips
from the National FFA

 

National Chapter Award Application Tips
     from the Idaho Sifting Committee

National Chapter Award Rubric

Superior Chapter Application (Form I)
Due March 1st (original plus 5 copies)

   
 

 

Degrees for FFA Members

 

Community service hour requirements
for degree candidates

Discovery FFA Degree

Greenhand FFA Degree

Chapter FFA Degree

District and State Star Checklist

State FFA Degree Checklist (AET version)

State FFA Degree Checklist (non-AET version)

Excel Record Book Checklist (non-AET version)

 

State FFA Degree Starting in 2013, FFA members must submit their state FFA degree using either the National FFA American Degree form or the modified degree application generated by AET. Record books for the degree can be organized by either AET or the traditional Idaho Excel record book found here.

www.theaet.com All star candidates must use the National FFA Star Battery, with Idaho exclusions (see checklist below) starting in 2012.

State FFA Degree Study Guide

SAE Record Book "how to" Presentation

American FFA Degree and Star Battery Application and Information Due June 1st

American FFA Degree Review Sheet

IMPORTANT AMERICAN DEGREE INFORMATION:

American FFA Degree applications should not have any current year information listed. Do not "open a new book" with current year data in the application. All information and data should end on December 31 of the year prior to the current year of application submission.

   
   
   
   
   
   
   

Honorary Degrees, Distinguished Service, and VIP Applications

Honorary State FFA Degree - Due at Midwinter

State Distinguished Service Award - Due at Midwinter

Honorary American FFA Degree
(Teacher and Non-Teacher) - Due at Midwinter

National Distinguished Service Award - Due at Midwinter

National VIP Citation - Due at Midwinter

State FFA Officer Forms and Applications

State FFA Officer Candidate Application
     Due March 1st (original plus 15 copies)

State FFA Officer Candidate Guide

State Officer Visit Evaluation Form

  National FFA Officer Candidate Application
(for state level consideration) - Due April 20th - Interviews take place the last Friday of April in Boise