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How to join a FFA chapter in a neighboring school

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My school district does not offer FFA Nor will they ever (I ask) so I went online to The FFA website and it said that you can join to a neighboring school district that has one but it does not tell you what you need to do for you to join.I have literally no so I'm trying to make new friends that have the same interests as me so any help will really help me out thank you! ☺️🐣
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Just go to the school and ask in our school we don't have any that are from other schools, but I know 3 people from other schools one was a friend for may years he moved a couple years ago, one of our NW district officers was homeschooled and he went and then one other and I can't remember them at the moment just go and say hi the FFA is very welcoming and will appreciate a newcomer, you can also talk to the advisor to go see what you may need to do for fees, our chapter pay for ours but I know not all chapters will do it, by the way where are you? another FFA member on here is bronzefarmer

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Your best bet would be to call the school and ask what teacher is the advisor and if you could have their email address. Then you can ask them about joining.

The other thing you might want to look into is 4h. There are usually clubs for everything you can imagine and that is how I met a bunch of my friends growing up after I moved to a new town. First we were into horses and then I got into chickens.
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