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AGRICONSTRUCTION:
Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources Cluster
(Not all classes are offered each year.)

Agriscience (420009)
Fee: $25..................................................................................................................... Grades: 9-12th
A course that provides students with a general overview of the Agriculture, Food andNatural Resources cluster, which contains five pathways-Power, Structure, andTechnical Systems; Environmental and Natural Resources Systems; AnimalSystems; Plant Systems; and Agribusiness Systems. Students are involved inclassroom and laboratory activities in each of the five pathway areas. Topicsincluded in this course include career opportunities, safety, technology applications,agribusiness leadership, environmental science, soil science, plant science, forestry, animal science, aquaculture, wildlife science, pest management, woodworking, metalworking, small engines, electrical wiring, and plumbing. This course encourages critical thinking, use of the scientific method, integration of technology, development of student leadership skills, and application of knowledge and skills related to practical questions and problems. Safety concepts are integrated into instruction to the maximum extent possible.
PREREQUISITE: None

Construction Finishing and Interior Systems (410008)
Fee: $25.......................................................................................................................Grades: 9-12th
A one-credit course designed to facilitate student understanding of the finishing phase of a structure. Students become familiar with the exterior and interior finishing of a structure. Topics include career opportunities, safety, windows, doors, plumbing, electrical wiring, insulation, wall coverings, storage, and finishes. Content standards for this course are not intended to serve as the entire curriculum. Teachers are encouraged to expand the curriculum beyond the limits of these content standards to accommodate specific community interests and utilize local resources. This course encourages critical thinking, use of the scientific method, integration of technology, development of student leadership skills, and application of knowledge and skills related to practical questions and problems. Safety concepts are integrated into instruction to the maximum extent possible.
PREREQUISITE: None

Construction Framing (410007)
Fee: $25.......................................................................................................................Grades: 9-12th
A one-credit course designed to provide students with an understanding of the framing phase of a structure, including framing components. Topics include career opportunities, safety, lumber, material estimation, floor systems, wall framing, ceiling framing, stair construction, roof framing, and roof materials in various structures. Teachers are encouraged to expand the curriculum beyond the limits of these content standards to accommodate specific community interests and utilize local resources. This course encourages critical thinking, use of the scientific method, integration of technology, development of student leadership skills, and application of knowledge and skills related to practical questions and problems. Safety concepts are integrated into instruction to the maximum extent possible.
PREREQUISITE: None

Construction Site Preparation and Foundations (410006)
Fee: $25...................................................................................................Grades: 9-12th
Construction Site Preparation and Foundations is a one-credit course designed to facilitate student understanding of the first phases of construction, including types of structures and their uses. Topics include career opportunities, safety, planning, location, layout, concrete and masonry, and foundations of various structures.
PREREQUISITE: None

Introduction to Veterinary Science (410003)
Fee: $25...................................................................................................Grades: 9-12th
A one-credit course designed to provide students with an introduction to the veterinary science profession. Topics include career opportunities, safety, humane treatment, laws and regulations, anatomy and physiology, animal health, and veterinary services.  This course encourages critical thinking, use of the scientific method, integration of technology, development of student leadership skills, and application of knowledge and skills related to practical questions and problems. Safety concepts are integrated into instruction to the maximum extent possible.
PREREQUISITE: None

Career Tech Student Organization:
FFA (Future Farmers of America)          Fee: $15.00

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