Judson ISD

Accolades For Judson FFA, State and National

Texas State Lone Star degree recipients included (L-R) Sidney Luna, Dylan Cole, and McKenna Mosmeyer

The Agriscience program at Judson High School is truly one of the most active and honored CTE magnet programs anywhere in the city and state. The tradition continued even through the summer.  Recently six students from the Judson FFA chapter were awarded the Texas State Lone Star degree at the 90th annual Texas State FFA Convention. That's the highest honor that can be bestowed at the state level.  They are McKenna Mosmeyer, Dylan Cole, Sidney Luna, Ian Melani Cameron Dilworth, and Sutton Horner.  This recognizes the outstanding work of these students in their FFA careers.

At the same time, one student has taken it a step further and has qualified as a candidate to the national level for the American FFA degree.  Mallori Johnson qualified on the national level because of her commitment and accomplishments during her time in the Judson FFA chapter.  This recognition is awarded to less than 1 percent of FFA members, making it the most prestigious of degrees to receive in the program.  

In addition, the Judson FFA chapter picked up some honors as an organization as well.  The Golden Horizon Chapter Recognition program is an honor that spotlights chapters that succeed in involving a large number of members in a diverse array of activities available through the FFA.  Finally, the Rocket FFA chapter picked up the National Chapter Award for the robust program of activities that encourages students, chapter, and community development. 

Judson program is ranked in the top 25% of all Texas FFA chapters!  Congratulations!


Jethro Bodine

Congratulations Judson FFA !

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