Ag education is critical to our future. If you’ve ever wondered how you can help fund an ag teacher’s supply list, then you’re in the right place! There are more than 11,000 middle and high school ag teachers across America. Let’s help ensure their school supply lists are fully funded this school year!
As you’re likely familiar with when it comes to funding, programs such as music, art, and agriculture are often the last to receive resources. Even when those programs are fully funded, there is still a gap in what is needed vs. what is provided. That leaves a lot of those investments to be made by teachers themselves—those who make a dismal amount of money compared to what they impart on their students.
As a proud member and supporter of American agriculture, my heart is, and always will be with ag educators. Because so many students are generations removed from the farm and ranch, those ag classes are often their FIRST true experience with agriculture education. I think we owe it to ag teachers across America to ensure that they have all the resources they need. That way, they can focus on teaching. You can help fund an ag teacher’s supply list!
Each teacher listed below has provided a list of supplies that would be helpful for their students and their classrooms. All lists can be found on Amazon, where you can add the product (or products) to your cart, and they will automatically ship TO the teacher whose list you’re shopping on. Think of it no different than an online wedding registry, or baby shower list! There’s no work on your part, other than the generosity of your gift, which is SO appreciated by every teacher listed below.
Even the smallest item on these lists makes a BIG difference for these teachers who are working tirelessly to share their love and passion for agriculture with their students—the next generation of leaders in America!
Teachers: If you are an ag teacher who has a school supply list you’d like help with, please fill out the contact form on this site with your name, a link to your list, and the school/district that you teach at. We update this post weekly with new list additions. If your list is cleared, please let us know so that we can mark it as such!
🍎✏️ Let’s help clear these ag teacher’s supply lists!! ✏️🍎
Modoc High School – Alturas
Dominique DeMoss, Ag Teacher + FFA Advisor
Surprise Valley School District
Maigen Matteucci Scritchfield, Ag Teacher + FFA Advisor
Pierce High School – Arbuckle
Erin Sweet, Ag Teacher
Emily Garcia, Ag Teacher
Fremont School District – Florence
Cynthia Fall, Ag Teacher + FFA Advisor
Mountain Home School District – Mountain Home
Kya Bideganeta, Ag Teacher + FFA Advisor
West Branch High School – Beloit
Courtney Cooper, Ag Teacher + FFA Advisor
John Day School District – John Day
Kailee Davis Oliver, Ag Teacher
Rotan School District – Rotan
Kelsey Meyers, Ag Teacher
New Home School District – New Home
Taylor Newman, Ag Teacher
Stratford School District – Stratford
Macy Begley, Ag Teacher
Crowley School District – Crowley
Brittney Machado, Ag Teacher
Sweetwater School District – Sweetwater
Jamie Hubbell, Ag Science Teacher
Cache County School District – Millville
Allie East, Ag Teacher + FFA Advisor
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