Future Farmers of America (FFA) members at Cuba High School have been busy this fall, competing in contests and attending conventions. Membership is up and the program expects continued growth, school board members were told during their December 19 meeting.
During its January 19 meeting, the Cuba Board of Education approved a change to its existing student and staff tobacco, alcohol and drug policies to include CBD, or cannabidiol, while another policy change on the administration of NARCAN by school administrators was tabled.
Several incidents of vehicles not stopping for buses were reported to the Cuba School Board during its December 19 meeting. Law enforcement has been notified about the events.
Bethany Donnell of Lone Star 4-H Club, was among the nearly 900 youth delegates from 44 states and Puerto Rico attending the 2019 National 4-H Congress, November 29-December 3 in Atlanta, Georgia. The National 4-H Congress experience allows 4-H members from across the country to learn new skills through workshops, hear from nationally recognized speakers and experience Southern culture.
Jim’s Motors in Cuba moved six used stock trailers off its lot on December 12 without making a dime. The company’s loss was a big gain for six area schools, however, as each trailer went to a Future Farmers of America (FFA) chapter.