Good-Standing Deadlines:

  • August 1 = Roster opens

  • October 15 (noon) = Affiliate Agreement due to Exec. Director (if chapter is changing to affiliate)

  • November 1 = 

    • Roster Due (via & submitted for state approval)


    •  POA due to State

  • December 1 = Dues received (not PO; postmarked by Post Office, not meter-machine); $100 Fall Late Fee applied if not received by this day (regardless of weekend status)

  • March 1 = Spring supplemental Roster Due (via & submitted for state approval)

  • April 1Dues received (not PO; postmarked by Post Office, not meter-machine); $100 Spring Late Fee applied if not received by this day (regardless of weekend status)

  • July 31 = Membership year roster closes; no additions/changes after this date

FFA Roster & Program of Activities  

  • (both updated & SUBMITTED annually…see deadlines listed above)

Roster Step-by-Steps & How-To's

Here are some quick access instructions. This order will prevent duplicates. For more information, find PDFs instructions and FAQs on

Program of Activities (POA)

The approved forms include:

  1. The Washington State POA form (yellow button - PREFERRED)

  2. The AET exported POA (for those utilizing the AET program)

Affiliate Chapter Program (fees vs. dues)

Chapter Affiliate General InformationHow/When you pay and what amount                                                                                **if you are considering becoming an affiliate chapter -- DO NOT submit your roster for state approval!! Your affiliate paperwork must be processed first. If you submit before your chapter’s status has been cannot be updated for this membership year and affiliate status would have to wait until 2019-2020.**

Chapter Affiliate Agreement, part 1 (new affiliates only)

Chapter Affiliate Agreement, part 2 (new affiliates only)

Chapter Affiliate Fee Scale (2019-2020)

Educator Resource Document (from National FFA)

The following information was shared by 2016-19 National FFA Teacher Ambassador Tamara Whitcomb (Mt. Baker FFA) at the 2017 WAAE Summer Conference. It includes valuable information that can support new and experienced advisors in navigating the Naitonal FFA website, roster, curriculum support/lesson plans, etc.  Tamara, as well as 2017-19 National FFA Teacher Ambassador Nathan Moore (Colton FFA) and 2018-19 National FFA Teacher Ambassador Tracy Brown (Snohomish), all plan to host workshops on this information and more during the 2018 WAAE Summer Conference and other events during the 2018-19 school year. 

Teaching Resources

Free Teaching Resources Available on --> My Journey

Since school and various FFA activities are back in full swing, check out the updated "My Journey" content on to help with your planning needs! There are many great tips, tools, lesson plans and open resources available for free within My Journey. Need a lesson to help students grow in their abilities to advocate for agriculture or activities to make your students aware of current issues in agriculture, like replacing pesticides with genetics? Then look for these lessons and more on the Explore page. What about a core class integration strategy that can help students summarize their reading in an organized and concise way or a lesson to accompany the FFA Resume Generator? Take a look at these activities on the Build page. Want a lesson that sends your students on a career scavenger hunt or an activity to increase their skills as agriculture advocates? Check out these lessons and more on the Connect page. Did you miss content from past months?  No worries…it’s available on our Archive pages. Log in today to make your planning a little easier and check back next each month for refreshed content.