Judson ISD

Judson FFA Students Place At Nationals

It's not every day an Agriscience program has students that are recognized nationally.  But Judson High School's Ag program is not just a typical program.  The school's FFA chapter sent three students to the organization's national conference in Indianapolis Indiana and all three placed in their respective Food Products and Processing Systems categories.

Mallori Johnson and Sutton Horner took Gold Medals home for their project "The Effectiveness of Natural versus Artificial Preservatives in Snacks."  Their project won 1st in state and they took 4th nationally.

Meanwhile, Samantha Obuch took her project  “Bad To The Buns: Extending the Life of Baked Bread" which took the top spot at state, took 12th place nationally.  


In addition, the Judson FFA received a 3 Star Rating for National Chapter Award...the highest you can get, with stage recognition at the conference. What a great program!  Congratulations to these students and of course the instructors and program directors, including Mr. Jay Trees, for guiding a great program.




Congrats to these young ladies. I still remember you as 8th graders.

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