On November 2,1939, twenty-two vocational agiculture students of the Waterloo High Shool were recongnized as members of an incorporated chapter of the Future Farmers of America known as the Waterloo FFA Chapter. This group of determined, young, and energetic students were the beginning of agriculture education and FFA in Monoe county and Section 22. The advisor, Mr. Carl Mees, and president Roy Limestall, were the instigators in producing a very successful agriculture program.
Today we are still a very successful Chapter. Our chapter has about 180 members. We participate in almost very CDE available such as Ag Mechanics, Horticulture, Public Speaking, Agronomy, Parlimentary Procedure, Livestock and Dairy judging, and so much more! Also, we attend events like Leadership camp, State and National convention. We have a meeting once a month to inform our members of previous things and things to come. Our chapter has a wonderful Alumni; they donate so much of their time to us and provide our chapter with alot like our FFA bus.