Travis Pittillo won the State FFA Tractor Driving Contest with the lowest score in the history of the event! This contest requires members to safely operate a tractor through a given course. It provides students the opportunity to showcase their talents and skills while providing real-world application. Participants were judged on their knowledge and demonstration of safety practices and skills in the operation of a tractor with a two-wheeled trailer.
For students to be able to register for classes next year, they will have to claim their individual IAM accounts. Most students should have already done this but there are several that have not. If a student has not claimed their account by the registration night, we will have to claim their account before they can register in Power School. This process will take approx. 20 minutes. The process is short but we have to wait about 15 minutes for it to work once the process is complete. Click the link to Claim Your Account today!
Congratulations to the Enka High School Agricultural Education program! They are the recipients of the 2016 North Carolina Agricultural Education Program Improvement Grant sponsored by the North Carolina Tobacco Trust Fund Commission.Our Ag Ed program is going to be getting $5,000 worth of improvements!
The January edition of the Counseling Office Newsletter has many scholarship oppportunities! It includes dozens of new scholarship possibilities for Seniors, as well as four special opportunities just for Juniors. Click on “Counseling Newsletter” to the right under “Site Shortcuts”.