Jersey Village HS graduate to serve as Texas FFA state officer
Jersey Village High School graduate Logan Jaure, second from left, poses with Jersey Village FFA advisers, from left, Kyle Gilbert, Kristen Vingoe and Amber Hibdon after he was elected as a state officer for the Texas FFA Association. Jaure, a class of 2022 graduate, became the first state officer from Jersey Village and first from CFISD to serve since 1997.
Aug. 9, 2022—Jersey Village High School Class of 2022 graduate Logan Jaure was recently elected as a state officer for the Texas FFA Association during the organization’s state convention. He will represent Area III at the state level for the 2022-2023 school, becoming the first state officer from Jersey Village and first from CFISD to serve since 1997.
Jaure most recently served as president for Area III, which encompasses FFA chapters in Brazoria, Fort Bend, Galveston and Harris counties. He followed his tenure by beginning the process to run for state office.
Jersey Village High School 2022 graduate Logan Jaure is the first state officer for the Texas FFA Association from Jersey Village High School and first from CFISD to serve since 1997.
At the 94th Annual Texas FFA State Convention, held in July in Fort Worth, Jaure went through a rigorous process which included interviews, speeches and exercises. Each of the 12 Texas FFA area associations select one candidate to serve a one-year term on the state officer team. The delegates then elect a president and first vice president from the 12 candidates, with the remaining 10 officers serving as vice presidents from their respective area associations.
The 12-member officer team works in partnership with the Texas FFA board of directors to develop policy and provide students leadership to the organization’s members. In addition, Jaure will help plan the 2023 state convention and meet various stakeholders to advocate for agriculture, agricultural education and FFA.
Jaure and the officers have already been hard at work. The team started its tenure with a day of service at Fort Worth Herd, traveled to Washington D.C. to attend the State Officer Summit hosted by the National FFA Organization.
Among the early duties for the 12 state officers for the Texas FFA Association included traveling to Washington D.C. to attend the State Officer Summit hosted by the National FFA Organization.
Jaure begins his freshman year at Texas A&M University this month, where he’ll be an honor student in the Mays Business School pursuing a degree in business with a minor in International Agriculture Development.