Future Farmers of America (FFA) Presents Honors
Posted on 02/13/2013

Covina High Seniors to receive California State Future Farmers of America Degrees

Covina-Valley Unified is proud to recognize Covina High School seniors Brad Lopez, Allison Mullen, Angela Gutierrez, and Jason Diaz.  These four exceptional students will be receiving their California State Future Farmers of America (FFA) degrees.  FFA is a one of the largest American youth leadership organizations in the United States. This dynamic association develops leadership potential, personal advancement and career success through its promotion and support of agricultural education. These outstanding leaders are among only 1% of students enrolled in an agriculture program to receive this significant award.  All of these remarkable recipients have plans to continue their involvement in agriculture in their post secondary education.  

FFA to Honor Covina High Students with Proficiency Awards

Congratulations are extended to Miranda Ludlow and Tyler Lewis as FFA has bestowed proficiency honors to both students of Covina High School. Senior Miranda Ludlow, a 3rd yearmember of FFA, received her proficiency award for her notable community servicework both with FFA and Interact club. Tyler Lewis, a junior and 2nd year member of the FFA was granted his proficiency award for his irrigation and turf management projects completed at the school farm at Covina High School. FFA judged each of these students based on their applications submitted for the proficiency award area of their choosing. These two talented students were judged against other applicants in the same areas from different schools in our area (The Orange Section).  For further accolades, their award submissions will be judged against other Southern California applications later this month.