Drive Your Tractor to School Day

London High School students who participated in this year’s “Drive Your Tractor to School Day” included: (from left) Kayla Kelly, Sara Studebaker, Hailey Ballah, Evan Moran, Brooklyn Powell, Kadeyn Ellars, Lane Cremeens, and Justin Salyers.

(Posted April 3, 2024)

By Hailey Ballah, London High School FFA reporter

London High School’s FFA chapter held a “Drive Your Tractor to School Day” on March 21. This annual tradition, held during National Agriculture Week, allows students to showcase their agricultural pride by commuting to school on their tractors.

The event, which saw its highest participation yet, welcomed a total of nine tractors to the school grounds. The sight of students arriving on their own tractors added a charming touch to the campus, showcasing the strong connection between London FFA members and the agricultural community it serves. Participation in “Drive Your Tractor to School Day” offers students a chance to celebrate their agricultural heritage while also raising awareness about the importance of production agriculture in the community.

With the success of this year’s event, London FFA looks forward to continuing this tradition in the years to come, fostering a deep appreciation for agriculture and rural life among its students and the broader community.

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