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Madison Kyffin


Hi, my name is Maddie Kyffin, and I am the 2021-2022 President for the Sargent FFA Chapter. A couple of accomplishments that I have had in FFA are I did well in the horse judging CDE for two years in a row, and became this year's chapter president. Some things I am doing agriculturally are I help on my dad's farm, and I raise show pigs for fair. This year after I graduate, I plan to go to college and major in agribusiness. My goal for this year's chapter is to become a great agricultural and community driven chapter.

Ashlyn Rockey

Vice President

Howdy, my name is Ashlyn Rockey, and I am the 2021-2022 Vice President for the Sargent FFA Chapter. Through FFA I have been able to show cattle locally, statewide, and nationally for many years. Recently I had the privilege of being a part of the Colorado FFA nominating committee and was able to select the 2021-2022 State FFA Officers. This year I hope to expand our membership and membership participation. I am so excited to work with everyone this year!


Bryleigh Fuller


Hey, my name is Bryleigh Fuller, and I am the 2021-2022 Secretary for the Sargent FFA Chapter. I have had a lot of accomplishments in FFA but some that I am most proud of is becoming secretary for the chapter this year and competing on the horse judging team. I am an active member of the Sargent FFA chapter and officer team. My goal for this year is to build a strong and stable FFA chapter.

Taylor Rockey


Hi, my name is Taylor Rockey, and I am the 2021-2022 Treasurer for the Sargent FFA Chapter. The reason why I am in FFA is that I am involved in the family farm. I work at a greenhouse raising flowers, and there are many opportunities in FFA that will help me advance in my life. I also won the 2021 silver division in Floriculture and our team won silver as well. My goal for this year is to become a successful and involved chapter so that we may gain support from the community.


Megan Peterson


Hello, my name is Megan Peterson, and I am the 2021-2022 Reporter for the Sargent FFA Chapter. The reason why I am in FFA is that I enjoy being in a club that helps me excel at my future goals and ambitions. This year in 2021 I was in the gold division of Floriculture. Our team also placed in the silver division. I also work on my family farm from time to time, and I work with flowers. My goals for the 2021-2022 chapter are to connect with our community and establish relationships that will last a long time.

Westen Burkhart


Howdy, my name is Westen Burkhart, and I am the 2021-2022 Sentinel for the Sargent FFA Chapter. I like being in FFA because of the opportunities that it can offer you in any industry. I have had some accomplishments in the past with FFA including, making it to state in quiz bowl, doing well on the Milk Judging team. I also work on my family farm from time to time and work at the COOP. My goal for the chapter is to engage others in AG.


AJ Garcia

Executive Committee

Hey, my name is AJ Garcia and I am on the 2021-2022 Executive Committee for the Sargent FFA Chapter. I enjoy being in FFA for many reasons. Some of the most prominent reasons are the advantages it has in my life and the competitions that I get to participate in because of them. IN 2020 I won 3rd place in creed speaking and in 2021 I won silver in Ag Mechanics. My Goal for this chapter is to raise enough money to have a successful trip to the stock show.

Jordan Rockey

Executive Committee

Hello, my name is Jordan Rockey, and I am on the 2021-2022 Executive Committee for the Sargent FFA Chapter. I love being in this chapter because it is a very good way to build long lasting friendships with peers and the community. I enjoy working on my family farm and this year I had the honor of placing in the bronze category of the Floriculture division. We also placed silver as a team. My goal for the 2021-2022 Chapter is getting out to the community and helping people out. I also wish to work on my Floriculture and Agriscience skills.


Sarah Schaller


Ms. Sarah Schaller is Sargent’s new Jr/Sr High Agriculture Teacher and FFA Advisor. She graduated from Sargent High School in 2016 and then went on to Adams State University to pursue degrees in Agribusiness, Marketing, and Business Education. While at Adams State she served as president of the Adams State Agribusiness Club/Collegiate Farm Bureau Chapter. Ms. Schaller loves the community at Sargent and is very excited to be back teaching about what she is passionate about. If you ever have questions or would like to talk about anything regarding ag education or FFA please let her know!