Sedro-Woolley High School’s FFA Teams Tear Up Any and All Competition


SWHS Floriculture girls traveled about 300 miles to show off their skills. Courtesy of Shauna Flores.

Madisun Tobisch, Chief

The Sedro-Woolley High School Nursery Landscape team brought home an overall first place title at the Jan. 25 competition. Team Vice President Shauna Flores placed first individually, Lindsey Joyce placed second, and Emily Johnson placed third. The Floriculture team, which is also a branch of FFA made Sedro-Woolley proud on Saturday the second. The team traveled all the way to Pasco to compete. Overall the group took third place, they ranked second place as a team, fourth in both practicum and test, third in problem solving, and second in ID. FFA is undoubtedly putting in the hours of hard work and dedication.



Sedro-Woolley High School Nursery Landscape team proudly displays their first place awards after a hard day competing against the best of the best. Courtesy of Shauna Flores.