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Ronnie Simmons
Nov 22, 2019

Deadline Today: Middle School Conference

Nov 22, 2019 by Ronnie Simmons

Today is the deadline to register for the Middle School Conference.  At this time, Session A (Friday/Saturday) is at capacity and all chapters that requested to be moved to Session A have been moved.  We still have plenty of space available in Session B (Saturday/Sunday).  Unfortunately, if we do not reach our minimum threshold for Session B, we will likely have cancel that session.  A final notification of those chapters registered will be made at the close of registration.

Florida FFA is excited to announce the 2019 Florida FFA Middle School Conference (MSC)!  This conference is the third phase of the Florida FFA leadership continuum.  The conference will be held at the Florida FFA Leadership Training Center (LTC), December 6-7 (Friday/Saturday) OR December 7-8 (Saturday/Sunday).  

Middle School Conference (MSC) is a conference specifically designed to introduce middle school FFA members to opportunities in FFA. The conference helps middle school members discover leadership opportunities, potential career choices in agriculture, and the values of the FFA mission.

This conference is open to all middle school members.  A complete Event Overview is included at the bottom of this message.

Please note that this conference is offered in two sessions - Session A or Session B.  Please be sure you have selected the correct session for online registration.



Florida FFA Leadership Training Center (LTC)
5000 Firetower Road
Haines City, FL  33844

Open to all Middle School FFA Members

Register Online (Please be sure to register for the correct session below)
Registration should be completed by the FFA Chapter Advisor at:

Session A (Friday/Saturday) - FULL

Session B (Saturday/Sunday) - Register Online at:

Student $125
Adult Double $150
Adult Single $195

Price includes meals, lodging, conference materials, shirt, etc.  Adult Single Occupancy is based on limited availability and may not be available.

Please remember that the advisor attendance policy is in effect and all students must be accompanied by a designated school district representative.  In the event that the designated representative is not the FFA advisor, a chaperone designation letter from the school principal is required at the time of check-in.  It is imperative that the letter specify the name of the chaperone and include the principal’s signature.  If your designated school district representative is another FFA advisor from your county, it is imperative that all parties are aware before arriving at the conference.

Dress Code
Students should be in official dress for the opening of the conference. Students will need business casual clothing for the remainder of the conference.  Students should arrive in official dress as we will not check into rooms until dinner.

Registration should be completed using the online registration form link above.  Registration must be completed for each attendee attending the conference, including advisors and chaperones.  Once we have your registration we will reserve your spot.  We anticipate this conference to fill up quickly.

Required Forms
Florida FFA requires that each student complete and submit the Florida FFA Permission and Emergency Medical Form, including notary signature, for each overnight event.  This form can be found on the Florida FFA website at  Please bring completed form with you to the conference.  Please do not fax or send permission forms prior to the event.

Cancellation Policy
Fees are non-refundable unless cancellations are made 48 hours in advance to check-in.  All payments are due at time of check in.  If payment is not received at check-in, a credit card will be necessary to secure conference attendance.

Event Overview 

Event Overview - 2019 Middle School Conference.pdf

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FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.

The Florida FFA Association is a resource and support organization that does not select, control, supervise or approve local chapter or individual member activities except as expressly provided for in the Florida FFA Constitution and Bylaws.

The Florida FFA Association affirms its belief in the value of all human beings and seeks diversity in its membership, leadership and staff as an equal opportunity employer.