Partners in Active Learning Support (PALS) is a program that connects elementary students with Middle School and High School FFA members to learn about the agriculture industry and its importance in society. The last time Cashton FFA hosted this program was about five years ago, and have decided that it’s time to get it running again. Sophomore Taylor Hanley, 2015-2016 Cashton FFA Reporter, decided to start this program as part of her Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) project. Her, along with the help of the other officers and members, traveled to the elementary school for the first time on Tuesday, January 5th, and will do this every Tuesday during CCLC to teach different students about the importance of agriculture. This is a very special program to connect the elementary students to agriculture in the community, the FFA chapter, and the agricultural resources at the High School and Middle School.