BHS students receive state FFA degrees

Left to right: Zoey Rynes, Addison Arndt, and Micayla Hanson (Contributed photo)

The State FFA Degree is the highest degree that an FFA member can earn at the state level. 

To earn this degree, a member has to earn his or her Greenhand and Chapter degrees and has to complete a strong supervised-agriculture-experience program, said Gary Von Ruden, Brookwood FFA adviser.

Based on these accomplishments, these students are eligible to apply for the American FFA Degree this next winter. A banquet to honor all State Degree winners has been held, and all of the Brookwood FFA members in attendance took part in the reception. 

“Congratulations on your success in the FFA these past six years,” Von Ruden said.




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