SULLIVAN COUNTY, Ind. (WTHI) - Some local students ditched the school bus on Friday for a different ride.
Some students drove their tractors to school.
It's a tradition for Sullivan High School students involved with FFA. They drive their tractors to school and then cruised around the town square.
People lined the square to watch! This tradition shows the importance of FFA and agriculture in the community!
“It's a great way to get out into the community and show off the different types of tractors and kinds of tractors farmers in Sullivan use,” said Chance Stewart-Hayne.
“We use it every day, three time a day, every meal you eat, some farmers has helped you get that food.,” said Logan Strange.
This tradition started in Sullivan in the 1960’s.It's part of the chapter's celebration of National FFA week!
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