Future Farmer wants an agriculture teacher

Marlinton, WV – The president of the Future Farmers of America at Pocahontas County High School wants to know why she doesn’t have an agriculture teacher. That job has been filled so far this year by substitutes and other regular teachers. With the annual FFA fruit sale getting underway, and the ham and bacon sale one of the major undertakings of the year, Senior Kelsey Beverage told the Board of Education and School Superintendent she and her fellow FFA members need a real, full-time teacher, and soon.

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