Renovations at the Fall Creek Public Schools facilities are breathing additional life into agriculture education programs in the district.
The renovations completed last summer provide lab areas, small animal area and food-science area to the agriculture education department.
“The ag program really benefited from the renovations,” said Fall Creek FFA advisor Kayla Lowenhagen.
Lowenhagen said a goal is to work toward having more agricultural education classes qualify as high school science credits.
The teacher said the changes — structurally in the building and in what offerings are being provided — keep her job interesting.
“This is my 10th year at Fall Creek, and I’m loving every moment of it,” Lowenhagen said.
Fall Creek FFA members and Lowenhagen were featured in a recent WAXX FFA on the Air program.