This was a much different year for FFA with remote learning and the state convention being held online, but that didn’t stop T and Cody from working with Hunt HS FFA Advisor Donald Dudley by phone and email to complete assignments and projects. T earned his State FFA degree and Cody earned his American FFA degree. The American FFA degree is awarded to FFA members who have been graduated for one year and meet the intense requirements of 2,500 Supervised Agricultural Experience project hours and 50 community service hours. Less than 2% of all FFA members across the country earn this honor and as far as all of the records for Hunt HS go, Cody becomes the first ever Hunt student to earn it. He will be recognized again in October at the National FFA Convention. Hunt HS was also recognized as a Superior FFA Chapter by the National Chapter Ranking.