The Royal FFA Chapter will host its 63rd annual Livestock Project Auction this coming Saturday, March 23rd .
Thirty pieces of artwork were submitted from students in grades K-12 at Hempstead ISD to compete for “Best of Show” titles in the 2019 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo School Art Program.
Frank Enns, Jr. – Possession of Controlled Substance with Intent to Deliver – Eighteen (18) years TDCJ, Institutional Division – 39 years old – Brookshire, Texas Benjamin Joshua Gage –
The scholarship pig at the Hempstead FFA Show brought in $5,575 in donations that will be used toward scholarships for graduating seniors in the local FFA Chapter. Anyone who would like to make a contribution to the scholarship pig, or any other project, may still do so by contacting FFA Advisor Todd Thiel at Hempstead High School.
The annual Hempstead FFA Project Show held at the Waller County Fairgrounds February 28 and March 1 looks to be another great year for students as preliminary figures at the close of the auction on Friday night indicate this year’s sale netted just over $100,000 for student exhibitors.
Hempstead High School senior Wyatt Bush signed a letter of intent with Trinity University. Pictured from the left are (front row) Scott Bush (father), Wyatt Bush, Stephanie Bush (mother), (middle row) Peggy Bush (grandmother), Shelbi & Kylie Jo Bush (sisters), Head Football Coach Royce Hill, (back row) Coach Plez Atkins, Wrendy Duncan, Coach Jeremy Jackson, HISD Superintendent Dr. Angela Gutsch, Angela Butler and Athletic Director Bobby Spain.
Hempstead High School senior Wyatt Bush has signed a letter of intent with Trinity University in San Antonio.