Lakeview FFA members placed as state winners in Louisiana Proficiency Awards for their supervised agriculture experiences. Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) is a student-led, instructor-supervised, work- based learning experience that results in measurable outcomes within a predefined, agreed upon set of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (AFNR) Technical Standards and career ready practices aligned to a career plan of study. Supervised Agricultural Experiences (SAE) allow agriculture students to construct their own personal experience with agriculture outside of the classroom. Salem Johnson won 1st in her award area of Ag. Education where she plans and implements lessons about agriculture to teach high school students. Gracie Niette won 1st in her award area of Turf Grass Management, where she runs a business of maintaining lawn care for several clients. Gracie Niette also placed 4th in the award area of Ag Communications, in which she operates a podcast focusing on the careers and opportunities in the agriculture industry.