Millsboro Middle School FFA earns statewide honors

MMS parlimentary procedure

Millsboro Middle School FFA’s Parliamentary Procedures Team: standing from left, Nathan Daisey, Tessa Cannon, Connor McGee, Colby Collins and Skylar Cole; kneeling from left, Dylan Craft and Will Kenney.

MMS florintine

Millsboro Middle School’s Floriculture team, from left: Mikayla Henry, Catherine Betchner, Kelly Phillips and Tori Banning.

DOVER – Months of preparation produced statewide honors for Millsboro Middle School Future Farmers of America member.

MMS speech winners

Speech winners from left, Taylor Bullis, FFA advisor Susan Mitchell and Tessa McDonough.

The middle school’s FFA participated in the annual Delaware State FFA Convention at Delaware State University March 9-11.

MMS students participated in career development events, talent competitions, Day of Service activities and leadership workshops. Their time and effort showed with multiple first-place finishes and Top 10 individual placements.

MMS food science

Food science winners from left, Mackenzie Payne, Susan Mitchell (FFA advisor) and Trinity Kelso.

Taylor Bullis (Junior Extemporaneous Speaking) and Teresa McDonough (Junior Prepared Public Speaking) both placed first as did the Novice Parliamentary Procedures Team of Connor McGee, Will Kenney, Tessa Cannon, Skylar Cole, Dylan Craft, Colby Collins and Nathan Daisey.

The Junior Food Science Team of Trinity Kelso (2nd place individual), Mackenzie Payne (3rd place individual), Kylee Cathell and Jessica Lewis placed fourth in the competition.

MMS celina competing

Millsboro Middle School’s Celina Lombardi participates in the talent competition at the state FFA convention.

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