Developing your SAE
The department also fosters a strong involvement in a Supervised Agricultural Experience. There are 49 award areas recognized by The National FFA Organization. Involvement will present you opportunities to expand your course work knowledge in a capitol gaining career exploration. Whether it be working for a local agribusiness (placement) or owning your own agribusiness (entrepreneurship), you will gain on-the-job training that is not available in class. A student in an agricultural class is not required to complete a record book for an SAE but a student enrolled in the FFA is required to complete the record book. FFA Students are encouraged to complete FFA proficiency applications for their SAE.
In order for a student to receive their Chapter FFA Degree, they must have a log of their SAE and/or a proficiency application completed and on file with the advisors. By using www.theaet.com, your instructor can see your application progress in real time.
If this is your first year wanting to fill out a proficiency and you are unsure which proficiency to fill out. Please take the SAE Survey and then stop in to see Mrs. Heinbuch or Mr. Taylor. They will help you pick the right area to apply and get you started!
Online Record Keeping
Click on the image to complete the online record keeping system for your Proficiency, State and American Degree forms. First year FFA members will be introduced to this system so that when it comes time to fill out the advanced awards and proficiency applications, the system can easy transfer the data in the applications for you.
Asset: something of value
Current Asset: something of value kept longer than one year
Non-Current Asset: something of value kept longer than oneyear
Liability: something money is owed on
Current Liability: money paid within a year
Non-Current Liability: money owed beyond the current year
Non-Depreciable Assets: assets that are not losing value
Depreciable: assest that are losing value over time
Scope Section is the items you had all year, not just on Dec 31.
Please schedule a time to meet with either advisor to discuss questions and proofing of your grant writing.
Wisconsin FFA Association (Postmarked: November 15, 2015)
Your award forms will be generated in the web site: www.theaet.com.
Need to be postmarked to the State FFA Office by February 10, 2015
....old way of doing them, use www.theaet.com