Teague FFA Earns Superior National Rating
Only Bestowed To Top 15 Percent of Texas Chapters
The Teague FFA Chapter received a superior national chapter award at the 85th annual Texas FFA State Convention held July 8-12 in Dallas, Texas.
The silver emblem rating is only bestowed upon the top 15 percent of FFA chapters in Texas.
Chapters that received the rating actively implement the FFA mission and strategies. These chapters improved their chapter operations by using a Program of Activities, which emphasizes student, chapter and community development. The Teague FFA chapter works hard a providing students with a wide range of areas to excel in.
The 85th annual Texas FFA State Convention recorded more than 11,000 members and guests. Members of the agricultural youth leadership organization spent the week attending leadership workshops, participating in events and activities, being recognized for their achievements and serving as the legislative body for the Texas FFA Association.
The Texas FFA has evolved from an organization focusing primarily on production agriculture, to a broader-based encompassing organization that addresses the needs and interests of students in urban and suburban schools in addition to the rural communities from which FFA rose in 1929. The organization is dedicated to making a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.
The Texas FFA is the nation?s largest state FFA association with a membership of more than 95,000 members and 1,000 local FFA chapters. FFA gives students the opportunity to apply practical classroom knowledge to real world experiences through local, state and national competitions. For more information about the Texas FFA, visit www.texasffa.org.