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Florida Association of Agricultural Educators

FAAE is an organization of professionals dedicated to providing visionary leadership, advocacy, and service for agriscience educators.

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*NOTE - Erin Johnson, FAAE membership dues collector, has a new address. Please send your dues to Erin Johnson, 2880 East Waco Dr., Deltona, FL 32738

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2014 NAAE Region V Conference
June 23-25
Point Clear, AL
For more information, visit the Region V page

2013 Award Winners
The Florida Association of Agricultural Educators (FAAE) is proud to announce our 2013 NAAE application winners!! Thank you for your hard work and dedication to our profession. All state winning applications will be forwarded to NAAE Region V.

  • Teacher Turn the Key Award:
    Fallon Driver, Lake Weir Middle School, Marion County.
  • Outstanding Young Member:
    Chad Lyons Lafayette High School, Lafayette County.
  • Outstanding Teacher:
    Stan Scurlock, Sneads High School, Jackson County.
  • Outstanding Middle/Secondary Ag Ed Program:
    Oak Leaf Senior High, Clay County. Teacher & Advisor: Kerri Milligan
  • FAAE Outstanding Student:
    Georgia Pevy, Sneads High FFA, Jackson County.
  • Outstanding Cooperation:
    Mr. Frankie Hall, Director of Agricultural Policy, Florida Farm Bureau
  • Lifetime Achievement:
    Mr. Ed Dillard
  • Outstanding Service Citation:
    Dr. R. Kirby Barrick, Professor and Extension Specialist, Agricultural Education and Communication  University of Florida
  • Ideas Unlimited 2012:
    Ms. Kerri Milligan, Oak Leaf Senior High, Clay County.

FAAE Officers

FAAE board room (board members only)

President
Kyle Hearn
Taylor Middle/High School
Volusia County
wkhearn@volusia.k12.fl.us

Kyle Hearn

President-Elect
Samantha Dodge
East River High School
Orange County
407-956-8550x2526
Samantha.dodge@ocps.net

Past-President
Stan Scurlock
Sneads High
Jackson County
Stan.scurlock@jcsb.org
850-482-9004 x269
Cell: 850-209-8302

Brett Bradner

Secretary
Lane Woodward
Taylor Middle/High School
Volusia County
386-749-6800
plwoodwa@volusia.k12.fl.us

Erin Johnson

Treasurer
Lake Butler High School
Union County
Email: johnsone@union.k12.fl.us

Carrie Owen

Reporter
Carrie Owen
DeLand Middle
Volusia County
Email: clowen@volusia.k12.fl.us

Brett Bradner

FACTE Representative
Pam Walden
Hillsborough County
Agribusiness Education
Supervisor

Cacee Ford

New Teacher Representative
Cacee Ford
Marion County

Cornel Peacock

Area 1 Director
Tyler Stoutamire
Altha Public MS/HS
Calhoun County
tyler.stoutamire@calhounflschools.org

Greg Johnson

Area 2 Director
Greg Johnson
Baker County High
gjohnson@baker.k12.fl.us

Lynn Nobles

Area 3 Director
Keith Kirby
Vanguard High
Marion County
Email: keith.kirby@marion.k12.fl.us

Samantha Dodge

Area 4 Director
Kim Acton
University High
Orange County
Email: Kimberly.acton@ocps.net

Vanessa Giammanco

Area 5 Director
Greg Egan
Buffalo Creek Middle
Manatee County
Email: egang@manateeschools.net

Hallie Webb

Area 6 Director
Hallie Webb
Sebring High School
863-471-5500
webbh@highlands.k12.fl.us

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Purposes, Policies and Bylaws

FAAE Purposes
The purposes of the Association are:

  1. To provide direction for agriscience education through visionary leadership for agricultural education in Florida.

  2. To serve as an advocate for agriscience teachers by promoting agriscience education, providing relevant information to agriscience educators, and by advocating agriscience education issues.

  3. To provide service to agriscience teachers by providing opportunities for professional growth, facilitating the development and dissemination of agriscience education information, and encouraging participation in professional improvement activities.

  4. To promote professional relationships among agricultural education partners.

  5. To promote and foster professional ethics among members.

  6. To secure legislation favorable to agriscience education and agriculture teachers.

  7. To promote cooperation among agricultural education partners.

  8. To improve the image of agriscience education at all levels by developing and implementing a comprehensive marketing plan.

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Florida FFA License Tag Program

Your FFA License Plate Dollars

  • 40% - Florida FFA Association — Student Leadership Development
  • 30% - Florida Association of Agricultural Educators — Teacher Leadership Development
  • 5% - Florida Association of Agricultural Educators — Teacher Recruitment/Retention
  • 10% - Florida FFA Foundation — Special Projects
  • 15% - Marketing, Program Expense, Handling, Auditing, etc.

Benefits

  • Over $125,000 raised as of December 2011 (since 2006)
  • Enhanced student leadership conferences benefiting nearly 2,000 FFA members
  • Sponsored State Officers Goodwill Tour
  • Funded various awards and scholarships
  • Increased teacher participation in National Conferences
  • Enhanced state teacher conferences
  • Sponsored new and beginning teacher activities

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Florida Team Ag Ed

FAAE is part of Florida's Team Ag Ed.

The vision of Florida Team AgEd is to be the guiding force for advancing Florida as a national leader in agricultural education.

The mission of Florida Team AgEd is to provide coordinated and proactive leadership for strengthening agricultural education in Florida.

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Calendar of Events

2014

  • FACTE Annual Conference
    July 28th – July 30th , 2014 (FAAE Pre-Conference July 28th )
    Saddlebrook Resort, Wesley Chapel
    Register at www.facte.org

2015

  • FAAE Mid-Winter Conference
    January 23rd-25th, 2015
    Florida FFA Leadership Training Center

2016

  • FAAE Mid-Winter Conference
    January 22nd – 24th, 2016
    Florida FFA Leadership Training Center

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