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Welcome to the Eastmont Junior High FFA Page!

The Eastmont FFA Chapter is a thriving youth organization striving to serve our youth and our community of East Wenatchee. 

The FFA is an intracurricular student organization for those interested in agriculture and leadership.

Our goals, along with the National FFA Organization, are to remain committed to the individual student, providing a path to achievement in premier leadership, personal growth, and career success through agricultural education.

Chapter Information 

Eastmont FFA

905 8th St. NE                                                               East Wenatchee, WA 98802                                  (509) 888-2407

Meeting Information: 

Second Tuesday of every month at 3PM in Ms. Crane or Mr. DeJarnett's room at the Junior High.

Club Fees:                                                             FFA Club Dues: $17.00                                         ASB Card required:                                            High School: $40.00                                       Junior High: $25.00

Meet the 2016-2017 Junior High Officers!

President: Rylee Fischer
Vice-President: Isabella Reiber
Secretary: Zoe Harrison
Treasurer: Josie Molitor
Reporter: Xitlali Saldana-Castro
Sentinel: Brittni Hastings
Historian: Zane Hernke
Historian: William Olson

Meet the 2016-2017 High School Officers!

President: Hannah Riggs
Vice-President: Lilian Daniel
Secretary: Haley Gilman
Treasurer: Madison McGee
Reporter: Alexis Fischer
Sentinel: Sydney Ferari-Zimmerman
Historian: Emma Ferari-Zimmerman
POA Chair: Elizabeth Schott
POA Chair: Carly Gow

Meet the Eastmont Advisors

Mr. Jason Hammerberg

Eastmont High School   (509)888-1241


Ms. Jacque 


Eastmont High School (509)888-1240

Mr. Jeff 


Eastmont Junior High School (509)888-1328

Ms. Jennifer 


Eastmont Junior High School (509)888-1327

The Fun Starts here

See what the FFA can do for you!

Career Development events

Developing  an ability to think critically, communicate clearly, and perform effectively in a competitive job market

Career Development Events

One of the unique things about the National FFA Organization is the myriad of competitions that we offer. CDEs cover job skills in everything from communications to mechanics. Some events allow students to compete as individuals, while others allow them to compete in teams.

Washington State provides 32 CDE opportunities to captivate and engage members. So whether you're excited by the scent of pine or you find yourself at home with your nose in the books, there's something here for you. For more information on CDEs, follow the links below and talk with one of the advisors.

Supervised agricultural Experiences

Applying classroom learning to real world experiences to explore potential careers

Supervised Agricultural Experience

Through involvement in the SAE program, students are able to consider multiple careers and occupations, learn expected workplace behavior, develop specific skills within an industry, and are given opportunities to apply academic and occupational skills in the workplace or a simulated workplace environment.  

There are six SAE categories:

Ownership/Entrepreneurship: Own the enterprise, equipment, and supplies, make the management decisions and assume the financial risks to produce a product or provide a service.                                                                                                                                                                               

Placement/Internship: The placement of students in agriculture, food or natural resources-related businesses to provide a "learning by doing" environment. 

Research: Students plan and conduct major agricultural experiments using the scientific process and discover new knowledge.  

Exploratory: Usually beginner level, short-term and designed primarily to help students become literate in agriculture and/or become aware of possible agricultural careers  

School-Based Enterprise: Provide goods and services that meet the needs of an identified market and should replicate the workplace environment as closely as possible.  

Service-Learning: Students are involved in the development of a needs assessment, planning the goals, objectives and budget, implementation of the activity, promotion, and evaluation of a chosen project. 

The National FFA Organization 

Washington State FFA Association

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