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CASE is excited to announce the 2019 APT and MSA CASE Institute Scholarship Recipients! Thirty-five agricultural educators were selected to receive assistance with their CASE Institute registration. These scholarship receipts were selected from applications from teachers across the nation. The following are teachers who received CASE distributed scholarships generously sponsored by Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM), in partnership with the Equipment Dealers Association (EDA) and the Farm Equipment Manufacturers Association (FEMA).

                                   

First Name:Last Name:School:State:
BrentArndtPark River Area High SchoolND
RogerBarkmanOtselic Valley Central SchoolNY
DanaBorlandWarden High SchoolWA
RonnieBushRiver View High SchoolWA
JeremyCattauMarion CenterPA
ChanceCrainWells High SchoolNV
LacieDarnellNorwich High SchoolKS
ChanynDornNew Lisbon SchoolsWI
BoDowningRiley County High SchoolKS
EdwardFranklinUniversity of ArizonaAZ
RobertGagneLakes Region Technology CenterNH
CharlesGraydusOctoraraPA
MarvinGreenColby Public SchoolsKS
MatthewGreeneAlexandria Central SchoolNY
ToddHargraveDavenport High SchoolWA
CodyHollidayGarden Plain High SchoolKS
KatelynHolmesNodaway-Holt R-VIIMO
Nicole 'Nicki'HonanWest Nodaway R-IMO
KenyonJodlowskiMidwest Central High SchoolIL
LeannJordanTully Central SchoolsNY
JoshuaKriegGoldendale High SchoolWA
VeroniqueKrohnBeekmantown CSDNY
SarahKrumWapato High SchoolWA
Ashley (A.J.)LambertPasco High SchoolWA
JeffreyParnapyByron-Bergen Central SchoolNY
PaulPerryMadison Central SchoolNY
KristopherRankinSouthern Boone Co. High SchoolMO
SamanthaSiemerEdinburg CUSD4IL
AllenSkoogCheney High SchoolWA
KylieSmithPavilionNY
KileyTreenHerkimer High SchoolNY
GleasonWalleyChateaugay Central SchoolNY
HaleeWassonSouthern Cayuga Jr./Sr. High SchoolNY
HeatherWassonHuntingdon Area High SchoolPA
CorineahWilliamsHaven High School

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With the goal of supporting workforce development and sparking student interest in the equipment manufacturing industry, the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM), in partnership with the Equipment Dealers Association (EDA) and the Farm Equipment Manufacturers Association (FEMA) generously sponsored Agricultural Power and Technology (APT) and Mechanical Systems in Agriculture (MSA) CASE Institute scholarships for agriculture teachers. CASE is grateful to AEM, EDA, and FEMA for their support!

 

      

CASE is excited to announce the 2019 Cargill CASE Institute Scholarship Recipients! Thirty agricultural educators were selected to receive assistance with their CASE Institute registration. These scholarship receipts were selected from applications from teachers across the nation. The following are teachers who received CASE Institute scholarships from Cargill.

                                

First Name:Last Name:School:State:
SamanthaBearupSilver HighNM
MarisaBedronNonnewaug High SchoolCT
CathyBerrierLedford Senior High SchoolNC
AmyBrownBowers AcademyMI
Anna-MarieChamberlainVale High SchoolOR
EveyChoatLaurel-Concord-Coleridge SchoolNE
JamieChristiansenMidland High SchoolIA
ShelbyCooperTri-Valley CUSD #3IL
BritneyCowanSagamon Valley High SchoolIL
SarahForanArmstrong Township High SchoolIL
KristinGardnerHenderson ISDTX
StephanieGoebFirebaugh High SchoolCA
AlanGreenUnionville-Sebewaing Area SchoolsMI
CassadyGuinnaneFort Benton SchoolsMT
AliciaHaydenMagazine High SchoolAR
LoriHoppeGardiner Public SchoolMT
FallonJacksonFranklin County High SchoolKY
FarrahJohnsonDeltona High SchoolFL
KaylaLoewenhagenFall Creek High SchoolWI
CesarLopez BarrerasIndio High SchoolCA
MitchMillerMidwest Central High SchoolIL
JeffNeuserMilwaukee Vincent High SchoolWI
BriannaShanholtzerUniversity of FloridaFL
KaseySimsShirley School DistrictAR
JoySnellgroveBeardstown High SchoolIL
JenniferSolter-JonesWinnisquam Regional High SchoolNH
MiaSullivanHeritage High SchoolTN
MichaelVinesSheridan High SchoolAR
KatieWoodLa Grande High SchoolOR
MollyZahradkaNorth Valley Career and Technology CenterND

 

As a special project of the National FFA Foundation, Cargill has sponsored these scholarships for 2019 CASE Institutes for beginning and experienced agricultural educators. CASE is grateful to Cargill for their support!

CASE is excited to announce the 2019 CHS Foundation CASE Institute Scholarship Recipients! Fifty-five agricultural educators were selected to receive assistance with their CASE Institute registration. These scholarship receipts were selected from applications from teachers across the nation. The following are teachers who received CASE Institute scholarships from the CHS Foundation.

 

First Name:Last Name:School:State:
CaitlinAndersonSheppard High SchoolTX
HeatherAndersonManheim Central High SchoolPA
JacobBallLocust Trace Agriscience CenterKY
CharliBaughFranklin Technology CenterMO
RobynBechtelWilliamsburg Community School DistrictPA
DanaBorlandWarden High SchoolWA
ClintonBullockBeech Grove City SchoolsIN
CallieCoatsHaywood High SchoolTN
JessicaCollinsFlanagan-Cornell Unit #74IL
CaitlinCoulseyWarden High SchoolWA
AaronDennisClymer Central SchoolNY
JonDoeseEast Buchanan School DistrictIA
KeonteEdmondsHeritage High SchoolNC
CindyFeltmeyerEastland High SchoolIL
LaurenFrancesNaperville North High SchoolIL
ToddFrohweinBaxter CSDIA
NicholasGutheryLTCCMO
BuddyHaasCentral High SchoolIL
HannaHartmanRudd Rockford Marble RockIA
EthanHunzikerNew Madrid County CentralMO
MadisonHynesRiverside Jr/Sr High SchoolOR
DiannaJaremaBermudian Springs High SchoolPA
JenniferJeddNonnewaug High SchoolCT
RandiKriegGoldendale High SchoolWA
MollyMajorsAdna High SchoolWA
CarlyMartinWoodlan Jr/Sr High SchoolIN
JohnMartinThomas Nelson FFAKY
SuzetteMenkingJunction City High SchoolOR
JulieNewberrySpringfield High SchoolTN
CindyNunezUnion City Junior/Senior High SchoolIN
DonnaPageRochelle Township High SchoolIL
AlisonParrottIthaca CollegeNY
ConnorPhillipsStephen F. Austin State UniversityTX
KatlynPostIllinois State UniversityIL
JacobRileyWarsaw Area Career CenterIN
MeganRileyNew London Local SchoolsOH
LisaRokerWabasso High SchoolMN
LisaSackreiterMadelia High SchoolMN
AmberSamsonPCM CSDIA
LoriSandersonOnalaska High SchoolWA
JessieSchermerhornGibson SouthernIN
StephanieSchultzPolo Community High SchoolIL
AprilScibienskiDesert Edge High SchoolAZ
KoriShackelfordForest Grove High SchoolOR
AshleyShermanClaymont High SchoolOH
BretSpurginCharles City High SchoolIA
ShawnSternIlwaco High SchoolWA
TrentonTaberCambridge Jr./Sr. High SchoolIL
CarolineTartWest Craven High SchoolNC
BlakeUchitjilSt. Anne Community High SchoolIL
JamieWaddinghamCollins-MaxwellIA
SusanWagnerSouthridge High SchoolIN
MarkWhiteArea 31 Career CenterIN
MeganWhitedOakesdale High SchoolWA
CraigWitteBeech Grove Middle SchoolIN

 

As a special project of the National FFA Foundation, the CHS Foundation has sponsored these scholarships for 2019 CASE Institutes for beginning and experienced agricultural educators. CASE is grateful to the CHS Foundation for their support!

This is a feature from the March 2019 edition of NAAE’s News & Views Newsletter. To read News & Views in its entirety, please visit this link.

 

Does your school course schedule have you crunched for time? Are you worried you won’t be able to provide your students with all the resources, information, and experiences that come with a full CASE course? Are you interested a condensed version of a CASE course?

 

Curriculum for Agricultural Science Education (CASE) is now offering BriefCASE professional development opportunities. BriefCASE professional development events are one-day sessions designed to provide teacher certification for semester-long or shortened CASE courses. BriefCASEs are the perfect addition to state conference professional development. These modular courses can be incorporated into existing secondary education courses or implemented independently. BriefCASE courses vary in length, but are not a full year of curriculum.

 

This year, CASE is excited to offer several different opportunities for teachers to complete the Agricultural Business Foundations (ABF) BriefCASE. This course introduces students to business management in agriculture. It is structured to provide students with foundational agribusiness knowledge, as they investigate, experiment, and learn how to develop a business plan, problem solve, and communicate as professionals. For a quick snapshot of what this looks like, students in the course will create cash flow statements to learn about supply and demand and risk management, utilize balance sheets to measure the health of enterprises, and develop a business plan that includes information investors, bankers, and additional stakeholders need to support a new business. After completion of the ABF course, students will be able to take the skills they have developed and put them to practice in a variety of CASE program of study pathways.

 

The Agricultural Business Foundations (ABF) BriefCASE is proudly sponsored by Farm Credit East and the New Jersey Agricultural Leadership Fund, in memory of former employee Joshua Geary. Thank you Farm Credit East for providing this opportunity for our agriculture teachers.

 

 

Interested in finding out more about BriefCASE professional development events? Follow this link to see where this year’s events are located and sign-up TODAY! While limited BriefCASEs are scheduled for this summer, CASE looks forward to expanding this offering in 2020.