Waxahachie FFA exhibits livestock at Ellis County Youth Expo
Waxahachie, Texas, March 31, 2018: Students from the Career & Technical Student Organization, Waxahachie FFA, represented the WISD at the Ellis County Youth Expo on March 28-31 at the Ellis County Expo Center in Waxahachie, Texas. Waxahachie FFA serves students enrolled in CTE courses aligned with the Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources career cluster. Participants enjoy the experience of applying classroom and laboratory lessons in hands on activities or competitive events.
WISD Students participating as Waxahachie FFA members included:
Johnni Fuller, Laniee Hill, Kayla Stockman, Sydney Padgett, Rylie Sigler, Megan Sherrard, Angelina Echols (Reserve Champion – Market Rabbits), Emma Pickard, Kailey Phelps, Fox Fuller, Jayden Middleton, Jesse Middleton, Jonathan Middleton (Reserve Champion- Commercial Breeding Rabbits), Caleb Linsenbardt
Miranda Sutherland, Autum Wells, Jackson Wells, Raelee Sandling, Kailey Phelps, Chase R.
Alonzo McCowan, Kaitlyn Stone, Tobyn Hood, Kailey Phelps, Madison Salzar (Reserve Grand Champion Market Hog, Grand Champion Hampshire Hog), Matthew Molengraaf, Kaitlyn Linsenbardt, Mitchell Duke, Kayla Milholen, Emma Young(Reserve Breed Champion Black OPB Hog), Brody Buchanan, Lea Wade, Ashlea Hunt, Lane Schoolfield, Blake Nail, Tyler Buchanan, Ramon Rodriquez, Colton London, Kylie Malone, Kailey Burdine, Carleigh Loden, Corrine Auvenshine, Kyle Hernandez, Whitney Johnson, Ernesto Gonzalez, Rylan Denny, Jackie Bryant, Reid Graham, Chance Perry, Kennedy Michner, Kylie Michner, Lani Autrey, Kirra Parrish, Ally Jowers, Gracie Ashcraft, Caysen Card
Drew Bousquet, Madison Reesing, Samantha Staggs, Haley Lindsey, Landry Bosher, Ava Corey, Jerica Bell, Hunter Poynor, Justin Smith, Josh Beasley, Hunter Walker, Hallie Walker, Abi Howell, Jesse Middleton, Jayden Middleton, Jonathan Middleton (Reserve Grand Champion Dorper Lamb)
Miranda Sutherland (Blue Ribbon)
Jonathan Middleton & Abi Howell (Blue Ribbon)
WISD proudly supports these students, teachers and organizations.
For more information about Waxahachie FFA events and program, contact Agriculture Foods and Natural Resources Instructors/ FFA Advisors at 972.923.4614 or Jeanette Middleton firstname.lastname@example.org or Brooks Humphrey email@example.com or James Glenn firstname.lastname@example.org
City and ISD May 5, 2018 Ellis County Information
May 5, 2018 City and School Election information for the Ellis County Entities that have contracted with the Elections Department to hold their elections. Ellis County Voters must vote during early voting or election day at their Entity/District locations. (Early voting locations are not countywide for May 5th) Early Voting starts April 23-27, April 30 and May 1st.
These entities have contracted with the Ellis County Elections Dept.: Ennis ISD, City of Ferris, City of Italy and Italy ISD, City of Midlothian and Midlothian ISD, Palmer ISD, Red Oak ISD, City of Waxahachie and Waxahachie ISD
These Districts are holding elections on May 5, 2018 but the Ellis County Election’s Dept. is not handling:
City of Cedar Hill, City of Grand Prairie, City of Mansfield, City of Maypearl, City of Milford, City of Oak Leaf, City of Ovilla, City of Venus, Frost ISD, Maypearl ISD, and Milford ISD. Mountain Peak Water will be having their election on April 28, 2018.
These districts were able to cancel their May 2018 Elections due to unopposed candidates: City of Alma, City of Ennis, City of Garrett, City of Palmer, City of Red Oak, City of Pecan Hill, Ferris ISD, Fresh Water Supply #1, and Rocket Special Utility District.
- Red Oak Independent School District General Election
- City of Waxahachie and Waxahachie Independent School District General Election
- Ennis Independent School District General Election
- City of Ferris General and Special Election
- City of Italy and Italy Independent School District General Election
- City of Midlothian and Midlothian Independent School District General
- Palmer Independent School District General Election