Chapter Officer Team
Meet your 2023-2024 Chapter Officer Team!
Chapter officers serve a school year term and are integral parts of all chapter events. They dedicate time each week to committee work, along with chapter activity organization. 7 chapter officers are elected annually at our Year End Awards Banquet in May. Candidates complete an application, interview, and give a speech to FFA members for voting. Check the FFA Google classroom and website resource page for the application in April.
Siena is a senior this year, and this is her third year in FFA and second year on the officer team. She has competed in different competitions such as Extemporaneous Public Speaking, Parliamentary Procedure Debate, Prepared and Impromptu! She loves to spend time working on her SAE projects, which include website design and various agriculture communication projects. This year, she is also serving as our Regional President, but outside the blue jacket she loves to read and play golf. She is so excited to get to know so many new members this year!
This is Max’s fourth year in FFA and second year serving as an officer. Max has competed in various competitions such as Opening and Closing Ceremonies, but his favorite contest is Job Interview. He spends most of his time working on his livestock projects for the Mid-State Fair, including a market goat, breeding heifer, and a turkey. When he’s not working with his animals, Max loves to mountain bike and even competes as a part of the SLO Scooters Composite Team. He can’t wait to get this year started!
Grace is a junior this year, and this is her second year in FFA and first year on the officer team. She enjoyed competing in competitions such as Opening and Closing Ceremonies and Parliamentary Procedure Debate! In the time she spent working on her SAE projects she created a new farm design and showed a lamb for the Mid-State Fair. Outside of FFA Grace is a Varsity Athlete in both Cheer and Stunt and loves listening to music, traveling, and watching movies. She is so excited to get the year started and create new memories with her chapter!
Micheal is a junior and this is his third year in FFA and first time serving as an officer. He has competed in Opening and Closing Ceremonies and Impromptu, as well as attending various other activities and events. Michael also has shown market hogs for 4 years with 4H and FFA for the Mid-State Fair. Some of his SAE projects have included truck restoration, community service, and fabrication. Outside of FFA Michael plays the sports, Football and Baseball for SLOHS. He’s looking forward to a great year with this chapter and making it a year to remember!
Finley is going to be a junior this school year and will be going into her third year of FFA! She has competed in Opening and Closing Ceremonies in both her Freshman and Sophomore years, and is taking up Job Interview this year! Some of her previous SAE projects include, building a treehouse, re-building a fence, raising and showing 2 market lambs, one her freshman year and one her sophomore year. Outside of FFA she is a part of the SLOHS dive team and the SLO Diving Academy club dive team. She also loves spending time with her family and friends. She is so excited to serve as our chapter’s reporter and can’t wait to see what she can accomplish this year!
Stevie is a sophomore this year. This is his 2nd year in FFA and his first time as an officer. He has competed in Opening and Closing Ceremonies, Creed, and his favorite: Parliamentary Procedure. For his SAE projects, he has shown swine projects for 6 years with 4H and FFA through the Mid-State Fair. He is a certified Junior Therapy Dog handler as part of the Alliance of Therapy Dogs Organization. Outside of Ag, he plays Water Polo as a goalie 24/7 and is a competitive swimmer. He is excited for all the opportunities soon to come for him and the chapter!
Linda Aguirre Rojas
Linda is a Junior and this will be her third year in FFA. Linda has competed in Opening and Closing Ceremonies, as well as Parliamentary Procedure. Over the summer she worked on her SAE project, showing swine at the California Mid-State Fair. Outside of FFA, Linda is a part of SLOHS ASB & she is the President of MEXA Club. Linda has been an AVID student since middle school and is on the Varsity Cheer & STUNT team. She is pumped to see all the great things we will accomplish this year !!!