Miller Grove FFA Chapter members had a productive summer, attending the state conference and leadership events, and earning recognition for their hard work.
Braden Lennon received his Lone Star Degree for his hard work on his Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) project.
The SAE is a student-led, instructor-supervised, work-based learning experience that results in measurable outcomes within a predefined, agreed upon set of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources Technical Standards (AFNR) and Career Ready Practices aligned to the student’s career plan of study. SAEs are involves practical agricultural activities performed by students outside of scheduled classroom and laboratory time. They provide a method in agricultural education for students to receive real-world career experiences in an area of agriculture that they are most interested in. SAEs are mandatory, year-long school projects for ALL students enrolled in AFNR courses.
Congratulations to Braden Lennon for earning the Lone Star Degree.
The Miller Grove FFA Chapter officers have had a busy summer, competing in Quiz Bowl, participating in leadership sessions and attending the official ceremonies at the Texas State FFA Convention held July 11, 2022, in Fort Worth. They too were involved in the Paris District Leadership Camp and team building activities, according to information (below) edited by Emma Knight and submitted by Christin Fortenberry, Miller Grove ISD/FFA Advisor and Paris District FFA President.