• AgriScience - Building Construction Pathway Courses

    410011 Safety and Health Regulations
    1 Credit
    In this one-credit course students gain valuable information that serves as a foundation for further study in this area. Students learn
    the importance of government and industry regulations as well as individual responsibilities for performing activities from a safety
    perspective. Students identify common safety hazards found in the workplace and their role in minimizing and avoiding unsafe
    practices. Specific topics include flammable and combustible liquids, egress and fire protection, electrical safety, environmental
    control, machine guarding, tool safety, first aid, hazard communication, personal protective equipment, walking and working
    surfaces, and material handling and storage.
    Prerequisite: None
    Class Fee: $20.00

    410006 Construction Site Preparation and Foundations
    1 Credit
    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: Construction Framing
    Class Fee: $20.00

    410007 Construction Framing
    1 Credit
    Construction Framing is 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.
    Prerequisite: Safety and Health Regulation
    Class Fee: $20.00

    410008 Construction Finishing
    1 Credit
    Construction Finishing and Interior Systems is 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.
    Prerequisite: Construction Site Preparation and Foundations
    Class Fee: $20.00

     

    AgriScience - Plant Systems Pathway Courses

    420009 Agriscience

    1 Credit
    This course provides students with a general overview of the Agriculture Industry.  Students are involved in classroom and
    laboratory activities in each of the following areas: agriculture career opportunities, lab safety, FFA/agribusiness leadership,
    environmental science, soil science, plant science, forestry, animal science, wildlife science, and woodworking.  This course
    requires a Supervised Agricultural Experience Program to be conducted outside of class which accounts for a large portion of the
    student’s grade. This is a labor intensive, participation based course that requires students to be in shop, greenhouse, and garden
    settings. The skills developed in this course are designed to prepare students for careers and/or college.
    Prerequisite: Agriscience
    Class Fee: $20.00

    420051 Horticulture Science
    1 Credit
    This course affords students the opportunity to gain valuable insight into the multi-faceted industry of Horticulture. Students
    participate in classroom, garden, and greenhouse activities to develop knowledge and skills in the areas of basic plant science, plant
    propagation, soil and media mixture, plant nutrition, floral and greenhouse design and structures, nursery crops, floriculture, and
    vegetable gardening. Students also develop career readiness skills by conducting and operating a horticulture business. A
    Supervised Agricultural Experience, a project outside of the classroom will be required, which will account for a large portion of
    the student’s grade. This is a labor intensive, participation based course that requires students to be in greenhouse and garden
    settings. The skills developed in this course are designed to prepare students for careers and/or college.
    Prerequisite: Agriscience
    Class Fee: $20.00

    420054 Greenhouse Production and Management
    1 Credit
    This course relates to the production of greenhouse crops. Topics include career opportunities, safety, plant propagation, growing
    media, plant identification, greenhouse production, pest control, business management, and equipment and facilities. The hands-on
    approach to learning is a key component in this course; therefore, making this a labor-intensive, participation based course that
    requires students to be in shop, greenhouse, and garden settings. Students also develop career readiness skills by conducting and
    operating a horticulture business. The skills developed in this course are designed to prepare students for careers and/or college. A
    Supervised Agricultural Experience, a project outside of the classroom will be required, which will account for a large portion of
    the student’s grade.
    Prerequisite: Agriscience
    Class Fee: $20.00

    420057 Landscape Design and Management
    1 Credit
    The Landscape Design and Management Course allows students to become more knowledgeable about the appreciation of
    landscape design and management. Topics include career opportunities, safety, landscape design, plant selection, landscape growth
    and the environment, landscape establishment and management, interior plantscaping and xeriscaping, landscape business
    management, and Technology.
    Prerequisite: Agriscience
    Class Fee: $20.00

    420077 Senior Pathway Project-Agriculture, Food, & Natural Resources
    1 Credit
    Senior Career Pathway Project (SCPP) is a capstone course designed for career and technical education students who have
    completed two or more career and technical education courses. This course allows students to utilize their secondary coursework
    through an experience that showcases their learning. It provides an opportunity for a student to choose an area of interest and
    engage in an in-depth exploration of the area while demonstrating problem-solving, decision-making, and independent-learning
    skills. The SCPP contributes to an educational plan of challenging courses and practical experiences that prepares students for the
    workplace or for pursuing further education.