Judson ISD

FFA Students Shine At State Conference

Mallori Johnson, Samantha Obuch and Sutton Horner show everyone their ribbons

While many students were using the summer to regroup a bit, Judson FFA students were busy receiving awards and recognition at the 88th Annual Texas FFA Convention.  They took a road trip to Dallas for the event and they didn't come back empty handed.  

First, Samantha Obuch had an outstanding entry in the Food Processing category, division II and was awarded first place with her project called "Bad To The Buns: Extending the Shelf Life of Baked Bread Using Preservatives." 

 

Samantha with her ribbon at the state convention

Then Mallori Johnson and Sutton Horner also participated in the Food Processing category division IV and took first place with her project "The Effectiveness of Natural Versus Artificial Preservatives in Creating Shelf Stable Snack Sticks."  

 

Besides both entries winning first place in their divisions, they also advanced to the national level and were selected in the top fifteen to compete at the National FFA Agriscience Fair in Indianapolis in October.  Congratulations to these students

In addition, the Judson FFA Chapter also received the prestigious Gold Emblem rating.  The Gold Emblem rating is only for the top 10 percent FFA chapters in the state.  The Judson Chapter will go on to the National FFA Chapter Contest to compete.

Finally, twelve Judson FFA members were awarded the Lone Star FFA degree. That is the highest degree that a student can earn from the Texas FFA.  Congratulations to Ashley Chandler, Alexandra Covarrubias, Renae Hill, Jocelynn Hodgson, Haley Klar, Jenna Lehman, Machayla Longfoot, Kelsey Shumake, Regan Stanton, Sarah Stautzenberger, JB Trees, and Morgan Wintermeier.

Lone Star FFA Degree recipients

Comments

1
Judson V. Wagner

Congratulations Judson FFA, Job well done !!!

2
Victoria Rakotomanga

Congrats to multiple girls,that were my students or in FCCLA in middle school.

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