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By Joe Naiman
Village News Reporter 

FFA beef and swine students still at high school

 

Last updated 4/13/2020 at 6:24am

Village News/Shane Gibson photo

Fallbrook High Ag student Cassidy Boulanger walks her young goat while caring for animals during the school's closure, April 6.

Although most Fallbrook High School students are taking care of their classwork at home rather than at the school, Future Farmers of America members who were undertaking beef and swine projects are still making trips to the school to care for their animals while FFA advisor Doug Sehnert is taking care of other animals in the FFA barn.

The students' trips to the FFA barn are not associated with the academic portion of their project. "They're keeping the animals alive," said Fallbrook High School Principal Narciso Iglesias.

"They're safeguarding life," Iglesias said. "For me the priority is k...



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