The goals of the Sanger High School Agricultural Science Department and the Sanger FFA Organization are to offer courses in a coherent sequence and advanced courses in which students can obtain industry certifications. We strive to develop students premier leadership, personal growth, and career success through agriculture education. As well, as continue to build a well-rounded program with a wide variety of agriculture science courses and extra-curricular activities through the National FFA Organization.
Howdy! My name is Brittney Borserine and I am a Texas A&M graduate where I majored in Agricultural Science and Animal Science and minored in Business. My experience lead me to pursue a degree in animal science, but my long time passion for education couldn't be ignored, so rather than choosing one or the other, I decided to expand my education further and pursue a degree in both areas.
Currently, I teach Principles of Agriculture, Food, & Natural Resources for freshman and eighth grade as well as Livestock Production. Additionally, I am responsible for the Sanger FFA swine and rabbit projects.
While at Texas A&M I was a member of a few different organizations. I was a member of Saddle & Sirloin, which is Texas A&M's chapter of Block and Bridle, Aggie Cattle Women, and the Alpha Pi chapter of Sigma Alpha, a professional agricultural sorority. In 2016 I served as the Alpha Pi chapter's Fundraising Chair where I facilitated our first annual Sigma Alpha Song Swap and I served as the 2017 Second Vice President where I oversaw and directed new membership initiation and education.
I attended Allen High School and graduated in 2015 with a class of 1406 students. Allen High School is located in Allen, Texas, a suburb north of Dallas in Collin County. While in school, I exhibited swine, cattle, and rabbit projects and competed in many different categories including: Jr. Chapter Conducting, Jr. Quiz team, Agricultural Issues Forum, Sr. Quiz, Livestock Judging, and Sr. Prepared Public Speaking.