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FFA Etiquette Dress Code, Proper use of the FFA Jacket & Code of By Janice Luke Modified by Georgia Agricultural Education Curriculum Office July, 2002
FFA Dress Code
Black skirt, knee length. White collared blouse, long sleeved Official FFA scarf Black pumps or flats, no open toes Official FFA jacket zipped to the top. Black slacks may be worn for outdoor activities, judging, and traveling. For Girls:
Black Slacks Long sleeved white collared shirt Blue FFA tie Black shoes and black socks The official FFA jacket zipped to the top. For Boys:
Fairs, Judging and Other Activities Fair dress consists of official uniform and white unstained jeans, with black boots or shoes. For judging activities and traveling, dark black, unfaded jeans and black boots and or shoes can be worn but are unacceptable for more formal functions.
Proper use of the FFA Jacket
A member always acts like a lady or a gentleman when wearing the FFA jacket. Members will refrain from using foul language tobacco products and alcohol when in the FFA jacket or when representing the organization. The jacket will only be worn by FFA members, during official occasions. Proper Conduct
The jacket will only be worn to places that are appropriate for members to visit. The jacket and dress will be kept clean and neat. The jacket will be worn on official occasions with the zipper zipped to the top A single state Farmer pin should be worn above the name on the right side of the jacket.
All chapter degrees, officer and award metals should be worn beneath the name on the right side of the jacket No more than three metals should be worn on the jacket: the highest degree earned, the highest office held, and the highest award earned by the member.
FFA Code of Ethics
We will conduct ourselves at all times in order to be a credit to our organization, chapter, school, and community by:
Dressing neatly and appropriately for all occasions. Demonstrating sportsmanship in the show ring, judging contests, and meetings. Modest in winning and generous in defeat. Attending meetings promptly and respecting the opinion of others in discussion.
Showing respect for the rights of others and being courteous at all times. Refraining from loud, obnoxious or inappropriate talk, swearing and other unbecoming conduct. Being honest and not taking unfair advantage of others. Respecting the property of others. Taking pride in our organization; in our activities; in our SOE’s, and in our exhibits.
Learning to do Doing to Learn Earning to Live Living to Serve FFA MOTTO