Elective Classes

Agriculture/Natural Resources

Agriculture/Natural Resources Courses:

Agriscence I

Grade: 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th

Description: Agriscience I provides students with basic knowledge of agriculture and the science applications in agriculture. This course includes units in animal science, soil science, plant science, agricultural mechanics, food science technology, and agricultural leadership. Supervised agricultural experience programs and the FFA leadership activities are integral components of the course and provide many opportunities for practical application of instructional competencies.

Agriscence II

Grade: 10th, 11th, 12th

Description: Agriscience II is a continuation of Agriscience I.

Prerequisites: Agriscience I and Teacher Approval Required.

Agriscience Construction Technology (TR)

Description: This course provides students with the basic skills in the construction of buildings commonly used in agricultural occupations. Emphasis is placed on skill development in blueprint reading, carpentry, plumbing, electrical wiring, and welding. This course will include simulations; projects; teamwork; and FFA leadership activities, meetings, conferences, and competitions. Students can work toward Core Curriculum industry certification through the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER).

Prerequisites: Agriscience I and Teacher Approval Required.

NCCER Electricity in Agriscience

Grade: 11th, 12th

Description: This course prepares students for electrical careers in the workplace. Students will demonstrate knowledge in electrical safety, conduit bending, electrical theory, using electrical test equipment, fasteners and anchors, electrical wiring, and learn National Electric Code applications and requirements. This course will include simulations; projects; teamwork; and FFA leadership activities, meetings, conferences, and competitions. Students can work toward industry certification through the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER).

Prerequisites: Agriscience Construction or NCCER Carpentry-AG & Teacher Approval Required.

Agriculture/Natural Resources Faculty:

Elective Classes

Agriculture/Natural Resources

Agriculture/Natural Resources Courses:

Agriscence I

Grade: 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th

Description: Agriscience I provides students with basic knowledge of agriculture and the science applications in agriculture. This course includes units in animal science, soil science, plant science, agricultural mechanics, food science technology, and agricultural leadership. Supervised agricultural experience programs and the FFA leadership activities are integral components of the course and provide many opportunities for practical application of instructional competencies.

Agriscence II

Grade: 10th, 11th, 12th

Description: Agriscience II is a continuation of Agriscience I.

Prerequisites: Agriscience I and Teacher Approval Required.

Agriscience Construction Technology (TR)

Description: This course provides students with the basic skills in the construction of buildings commonly used in agricultural occupations. Emphasis is placed on skill development in blueprint reading, carpentry, plumbing, electrical wiring, and welding. This course will include simulations; projects; teamwork; and FFA leadership activities, meetings, conferences, and competitions. Students can work toward Core Curriculum industry certification through the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER).

Prerequisites: Agriscience I and Teacher Approval Required.

NCCER Electricity in Agriscience

Grade: 11th, 12th

Description: This course prepares students for electrical careers in the workplace. Students will demonstrate knowledge in electrical safety, conduit bending, electrical theory, using electrical test equipment, fasteners and anchors, electrical wiring, and learn National Electric Code applications and requirements. This course will include simulations; projects; teamwork; and FFA leadership activities, meetings, conferences, and competitions. Students can work toward industry certification through the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER).

Prerequisites: Agriscience Construction or NCCER Carpentry-AG & Teacher Approval Required.

Agriculture/Natural Resources Faculty: