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Cotton Evaluation
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Purpose      

The Cotton contest seeks to effectively prepare the students for the expectation of the cotton industry.  Workers seeking careers in cotton must not only develop a high degree of knowledge and skill, they must also develop the ability to solve difficult problems.  This contest blends the critical thinking, mathematical, and plant biology knowledge and skills along with the ability to express oneself through oral communication.  The knowledge gained from this contest can also be applied to general crop production.  California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards addressed by this event include:


Contestants      

"A" teams shall consist of four (4) members, the three highest scores will count as the team score, and will compete for State Championship.

More than one "B" team per school may enter. Any other members, e.g., alternates not on the "A" or "B" teams may also participate in the "B" contest. State final team contests will consist of four members, the three highest scores will count as the team score.

State Championship Contest competition is limited to one "A" team per school.


Sponsors      
This contest is sponsored by California Cotton Alliance as a special project of the California FFA Foundation.

California Cotton Alliance
Don Cameron
 

 

   
 
  Contest Date
     
9/22 - Madera Cotton Contest
10/15 - Corcoran Cotton Contest
10/29 - MJC Cotton Contest
11/3 - Hanford Cotton Contest
 
   


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