Riverside Christian Academy participated in National FFA Week. The chapter ended the week with RCA’s first Tractor Day. Ten tractors were showcased by RCA FFA members and members of the community. Eighth graders Jimmy White and Alex Thompson, along with ninth grader Levi Ogle, drove their tractors to school. Will Scott from Scott’s Orchard recognized the Oldest Dirtiest and Biggest Tractors on hand, as well. Pictured are (from left) Jimmy White, Oldest Tractor winner; Levi Ogle, Biggest Tractor; Will Scott; and Madde Shelton, Dirtiest Tractor. The RCA FFA Chapter had a fun-filled week that also included a collection drive for the local animal shelter, chapter scavenger hunt, teacher appreciation treats and FFA Reads to Kids day. The FFA Chapter has 30 members on roll for their first year and is excited about what the future of agriculture at their school will include.