National FFA Week is in full swing at Taylorville High School, and it’s a very impressive program. They have four different Vice President offices in the chapter. One of them is held by senior Gracie Corso, who doesn’t have a farming background, but fell in love with FFA program.
Keeping record books of what you do is a big part of any FFA program. It promotes learning by doing and that is exemplified through sophomore Cole Paulek.
There is no limit to how many record books someone can have. Senior Conner Grant started a new one during his senior year focused on restoring a John Deere tractor, which he has loved doing.
During National FFA Week the chapter comes up with themed days for the school. Legends Day is a very important one around Taylorville.
Corso, Paulek, and Grant appeared as guests on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show during National FFA Week.