• Madera South FFA Pecking at the Egg-conomy

    Chickens that Madera South FFA members have been raising are now producing all natural, free-range eggs, and they are available for purchase! These organic eggs are a product of the MSHS Farm, which is operated and managed by students. Juniors, Alayja Hall and Judith Lama-Mata, are working on the school’s poultry coop project, a part of their FFA Supervised Agricultural Experience. Before and after school they and other students clean the coop, and collect and clean eggs for 50 chickens. n addition to the agriculture experience students are getting, the project also teaches them other real agriculture practices. “They learn some business practices, they learn bio-security practices to keep the animals healthy, they learn veterinary practices, animal husbandry and management,” Ag Instructor, Kristin Sheehan said. 


    8th Graders got a Preview of their Future MUSD High School

    The previews showcased various courses and pathways that incoming freshmen have the opportunity to choose and learn about. Included in those were band, public safety, agriculture, manufacturing and so much more! Students also had the chance to engage with high school instructors to learn about what those courses entailed and see if it sparked their interest.