Hernando High School’s Brooksville Senior FFA students place in National FFA Agriscience Fair

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Hernando High School’s Brooksville Senior FFA students place in National FFA Agriscience Fair

Sat, 11/23/2019 - 16:38
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The following students attended the 92nd National FFA Convention held in Indianapolis, Indiana and placed in the National FFA Agriscience Fair division:

Haven Anderson - 2nd place (Gold) - Division 3 - Environmental Systems
Nathanael Monroe - 3rd place (Gold) - Division 3 - Power & Structure
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Jessi Jo Pallay - 4th place (Gold) – Division 6 - Power & Structure
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Madison Collins - 4th place (Gold) – Division 6 - Power & Structure
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Anna Babione - 5th place (Gold) - Division 6 - Plant Systems
Mary Babione - 5th place (Gold) - Division 6 - Plant Systems
Adrianna Cueto - 10th place (Gold) - Division 3 - Plant Systems

Hernando High School’s Brooksville Senior FFA Chapter was named a Model of Innovation/Premier National Finalist (Top 10 Chapter) in the area of Strengthening Agriculture.  

Hernando High School’s Brooksville Senior FFA Chapter has been named a Top 10 National Finalist eighteen times in this competition and received the highest chapter ranking possible (3 stars) for the past 18 years.   

Former Hernando High School Brooksville Senior FFA students, Sarah Babione and Jourdan Cunningham received their American FFA degrees.  The American FFA degree is the highest degree awarded by FFA, where less than half of 1% of membership achieves this honor.  Today, there are 700,170 FFA members between the ages of 12-21 in 8,612 chapters in all 50 states, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

 

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