FFA nurtures student interests

Sophomore Justin Roux demonstrated plasma-cutting, a technique used on different metals that requires safety precautions as the heat reaches 20,000 degrees. Photo by Cordelia Schiller

FALLS VILLAGE — The FFA program at Housatonic Valley Regional High School lets students explore aspects of agriculture they’re interested in, preparing them for careers. On Wednesday, May 22, students in the agriculture education program had a chance to showcase what the program has meant for them at an FFA open house.

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