Congratulations to our AG teachers and students for their showing at the South District FFA Competition. The competition was held on May 3rdat Enterprise High School.. We had a great showing and many of our students came home with ribbons, pennants and plaques. Thank you to leadership for making this possible.
Agricultural Construction -MGM 2nd place - Marc Miller and John Halliday instructors
Agricultural Mechanics – Bryant HS 2nd place, Jeremy Green instructor, Citronelle 3rd place, Ryan Crews instructor , MGM 4th Marc Miller and John Halliday instructors
Floriculture – MGM 2nd place, Marc Miller and John Halliday instructors, Bryant High 4th place, Jeremy Green instructor
Livestock Judging – Bryant HS 1st place, Jeremy Green instructor
Nursery/Landscape – MGM 1st place, Marc Miller and John Halliday instructors, Bryant 4th place Jeremy Green instructor
Poultry Judging- Bryant HS 3rd place, Jeremy Green instructor
Safe Tractor Driving – Bryant HS 4th place, Jeremy Green instructor
Small Engine Bryant - CTC 1st place Tony Tillman instructor.
The Bryant Career Technical Center Small Engine Team, under the leadership of Mr. Tony Tillman, finished first place in the South District FFA Eliminations in Enterprise, Alabama on Friday, May 6, 2016. This team will be traveling to Auburn, Alabama the week of June 6-10 to compete in the State FFA Championship.
Pictured from left to right: Mr. Tony Tillman, Advisor; Kody Newell; Connor Ferguson; Quinton Zirlott; William Landon; Ryan Kicks
Mr. Tony Tillman, Advisor, is pictured with Kody Newell who had the highest score among all the 150 contestants
Williamson High School's JROTC cadets participate weekly in a community service project whose goal is to connect with the community. On Wednesdays cadets meet with senior citizens 65 and older that are currently living at Boykin Towers located on Michigan Avenue. During this time, residents enjoy sharing their life stories, talents, and job skills. Furthermore they share life contributions, knowledge and experiences that make a real difference in the lives of the cadets.
This weekly opportunity allows for senior citizens and students to bridge the gap in the community and for cadets to learn valuable lessons about giving back and supporting those around you, while also creating and developing new friends.
At this year's annual JROTC Awards Ceremony, a Cake Cutting Ceremony was initiated in recognition of the 100th Anniversary of ROTC. Over 800 parents and extended family members took place in the awards ceremony!
Pictured left to right are the cadre and cadets selected to help cut the cake for the ceremony on behalf of the 2000 cadets in JROTC in the Mobile County School District: LeFlore High School Army Instructor - SFC (Ret) Cynthia Arrington; Brigade Commander – Cadet COL Andrew Cherry; Deputy Brigade Commander – Cadet COL Phillip Russell, Deputy Brigade Commander – Cadet Tamera Turner; Youngest Cadet in the Brigade – Cadet CPL James Cade; Brigade Command Sergeant Major – Cadet CSM Daniel Blitch
LTC (Ret) Robert F. Barrow, the Mobile County Public School System Director of Army Instruction, cuts the cake for Cadets Russell and Cherry.
Baker High School Work-Based learning students participated in a field trip to Remington College. Students were given the opportunity to experience various course offerings helping them to be better informed when making decisions for life after high school.