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7/1/2014 8:08:00 AM
JTED, Chino Valley High students elected as Arizona State officers
Kayden Windsor
Kayden Windsor
Maddie Zambrano
Maddie Zambrano
Chino Valley Review

Mountain Institute JTED (MIJTED) and Chino Valley High School (CVHS) are recognizing two students for their election as officers in Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) and Future Farmers of America (FFA).

Kayden Windsor of CVHS was elected as State Vice President of Programs for FCCLA. He has a passion for change and wanted to give back to an organization that he has helped to grow as a leader for three years.

As VP of Programs, Kayden will be in charge of monitoring the progress of goals established by the officer team, tracking the completion of assignments of other officers, and working closely with the state officer coach.

Kayden continues to be involved in Future Health Professionals (HOSA), Big Brother/Big Sisters, National Honor Society, and school band.

Maddie Zambrano of CVHS was elected State Vice President for FFA, an organization in which she's been involved for more than four years.

She wants to take her knowledge of leadership, agriculture, and the FFA to inspire new members in the same way the former state officers inspired her.

As state VP, Maddie will travel around the state to promote the benefits of FFA and instill the values the organization stands for.

MIJTED and CVHS are proud to have two such exceptional students representing FCCLA and FFA during the 2014-15 school year.


Mountain Institute, one of 13 Arizona JTEDs (Joint Technical Education Districts), serves high-school eligible students in western Yavapai County, including public, private, charter, home school, and accommodation school students. Education partners include Yavapai College, and the following Unified School Districts: Ash Fork, Bagdad, Chino Valley, Humboldt, Mayer, Prescott, and Seligman.

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