Agriculture Courses - Edl

Agriculture Courses - Edl

GALT HIGH SCHOOL CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION PATHWAYS The A B G Academy EST andAcademy C

areers with Children of Galt High School AG ACADEMY Cultivating Excellence AG MECHANICS THREE PATHWAYS TO CHOOSE AGRICULTURE MECHANICS PATHWAY 1st Year in Ag Mechanics (YEARS 1 AND 2) 2nd Year in Ag Mechanics

Agriculture Metals & Welding (2) Introduction to Agriculture Mechanics Skills Agriculture Power Mechanics 1 Ag Construction BITA 1 (2) (2) Notations: (1) Must be concurrently enrolled in another Ag

program class (2) Requires the successful completion of the class pre-requisite, (3) May be repeated for credit (4) Capstone class AGRICULTURE MECHANICS PATHWAY 2nd Year in Ag Mechanics Agriculture Metals & Welding (YEARS 2 & 3) 3rd Year in Ag Mechanics Advanced Agriculture Welding & Fabrication

(2) (3) (4) Agriculture Power Mechanics 1 Advanced Agriculture Power Mechanics 2 (2) (3) (4) Ag Construction BITA 1* Ag Construction BITA 2 Notations: (1) Must be concurrently enrolled in another Ag program class (2) Requires the successful completion of the class pre-requisite, (3) May be repeated for credit (4) Capstone class (2) (3) (4)

PREREQUISITES Grade Level: Capstones 3rd Year 11-12th Only Grades for both semesters (C-) or better Teacher Recommendation (Behavior, maturity, attendance) Outcomes & Certifications Ag Construction BITA 1 & 2 Meets A-G College Prep Briggs & Stratton Master Service Technician Honda Certified Technician Adv. Fabrication AWS Certification Electives are part of Graduation Requirements PROGRAM COMPLETER 3 Years completion of Specific Pathway Completion w/ C (75%) or better Industry Certifications

Briggs & Stratton 11 Total Honda 19 Total AWS 3 Total Completion of Career Readiness Unit Cover Letter Rsum Portfolio Job Interview Competing on FFA CDE Team AGRISCIENCE

FOUR YEAR PATHWAY ( ALL COURSES A-G AND NCAA APPROVED) AGRISCIENCE PATHWAY (YEARS 1 & 2): 1st Year in Agriscience 2nd Year in Agriscience Biology and Sustainable Agriculture Chemistry and Agriscience A lab science course for college bound students with an extensive lab component that connects the big ideas of life science with agriculture applications.

College prep course with emphasis on the physical and chemical nature of soil as well as the relationships between soil, plants and animals as they pertain to animal production. AGRISCIENCE PATHWAY (YEARS 3 & 4): 3rd Year in Agriscience 4th Year in Agriscience OR Advanced Interdisciplinary Science Ag Anatomy and Physiology (4) (Honors Credit) for Sustainable Agriculture

Students analyze both the structure and function of living An interdisciplinary lab science course with students researching things specifically focusing on agriculture management principles. species used for agriculture production 4th Year in Agriscience Farm to Fork (4) Students apply plant science concepts as they learn to grow their own food in their own

garden plot. Notations: (1) Must be concurrently enrolled in another Ag program class (2) Requires the successful completion of the class prerequisite, (3) May be repeated for ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE ALL CLASSES A-G APPROVED* ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE: 1st Year in Ornamental Horticulture

Elements and Principles of Floral Design Emphasizes the necessary knowledge 2nd and skills to provide an understanding of artistic perception, creative expression, historical and cultural context; aesthetic valuing and connections, relations and application of the visual arts. 3rd and 4th Year in Ornamental Horticulture Advanced Floral Design (2) (3) (4)

Students explore floriculture industry on a more technical and advanced level. As they run their own floral shop. Art elements and principles are foundations for all units. Notations: (1) Must be concurrently enrolled in another Ag program class (2) Requires the successful completion of the class pre-requisite, (3) May be repeated for credit AGRICULTURE LEADERSHIP OTHER NON-PATHWAY OFFERINGS

AGRICULTURE LEADERSHIP: 1st Year in Ag Leadership Leadership in Agriculture (1) Weekly meetings are held and students are responsible for the operation of student activities at the high school. Students must apply and be interviewed 2nd 3rd and 4th Year in Ag Leadership Advanced Leadership in Agriculture A continuation of the Leadership in Ag class with students using parliamentary

procedure and other leadership skills as they work on committees, promote school pride and spirit, and learn and uphold Student Body Constitution. (1) (2) (3) Notations: (1) Must be concurrently enrolled in another Ag program class (2) Requires the successful completion of the class pre-requisite, (3) May be repeated for credit BEST ACADEMY Nothing but the BEST !

BEST ACADEMY MISSION STATEMENT BEST Academy is designed to provide students with the opportunity to become productive and responsible citizens of the 21st century. BEST Academys Biomedical and Engineering pathways enable students to extend their learning beyond school. BEST Academy offers an opportunity for students to apply their high school knowledge and skills to an independent career exploration in an area of personal interest. BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE FOUR YEAR PATHWAY (ALL CLASSES A-G APPROVED) BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE PATHWAY

(YEARS 1 & 2): Principles of Biomedical Science (PBS) Human Body Systems (HBS) Students explore concepts of biology and medicine to determine factors that led to the death of a fictional person. J. Lopez, 2015 J. Lopez, 2014 Students examine the interactions of human body systems as they explore identity, power, movement, protection, and homeostasis.

O. Corona 2015 O. Corona 2013 BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE PATHWAY Medical Interventions (MI) Students explore how to detect and fight infection; screen and evaluate the code in human DNA; evaluate cancer treatment options; and prevail when the organs of the body begin to fail. O. Corona 2014 O. Corona 2014 (YEARS 3 & 4):

Biomedical Innovations (BI) Students build on the knowledge and skills gained from previous courses to design innovative solutions for the most pressing health challenges of the 21st century. E. Barron, 2015 J. Lopez, 2016 J. Lopez, 2016 ENGINEERING THREE PATHWAYS (ALL CLASSES A-G APPROVED)

ENGINEERING PATHWAY (YEARS 1 & 2): Introduction to Engineering (IED) Principles of Engineering (POE) Students dig deep into the engineering design process, applying math, science, and engineering standards to hands-on projects. Through problems that engage and challenge, students explore a broad range of engineering topics, including mechanisms, the strength of structures and materials, and automation. ENGINEERING PATHWAY

(YEARS 3 & 4): Civil Engineering and Architecture (CEA) Digital Electronics (DE) Students learn important aspects of building and site design and development to design both residential and commercial projects and document their work using 3D architecture design software. Students study topics such as combinational and sequential logic and are exposed to circuit design tools used in industry, including logic gates, integrated circuits, and

programmable logic devices. Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) Students are introduced to the high-tech, innovative nature of modern manufacturing and learn about manufacturing processes, product design, robotics, and automation. TECHNOLOGY TWO PATHWAYS (ALL CLASSES A-G APPROVED) TECHNOLOGY PATHWAY

1st Year in BEST Technology (YEARS 1 & 2): 2nd Year in BEST Technology Exploring Computer Science (ECS)AP Computer Science Principles (CSP) Computer Science is involved in nearly every field of study and ECS provides students with an introduction into that world through topics of Human Computer Interaction, Problem Solving, Web Design and Computing and Data Analysis. Students further their understanding of algorithms, graphical user interfaces, the Internet, big data, cybersecurity and human-computer interactions, while

learning how to express ideas with creativity; safe and effective use of Internet. TECHNOLOGY PATHWAY 2nd Year in BEST Technology (New course (YEARS 2 & 3): 3rd Year in BEST Technology (New course 2017-18) 2017-18)

Advanced Communication and Information Technology (ACIT) Students further their understanding of field of study and ECS provides students with an introduction into that world through topics of Human Computer Interaction, Problem Solving, Web Design and Computing and Data Analysis. algorithms, graphical user interfaces, the Internet, big data, cybersecurity and human-computer interactions, while learning how to express ideas with creativity; safe and effective use of Internet.

Beginning Communication and Information Technology (BCIT) Computer Science is involved in nearly every H.E.A.L.S HEALTH EDUCATION & LIFE SKILLS Teaching creates all other PROFESSIONS unknown CAREERS WITH CHILDREN F 1OUR YEAR PATHWAY1 CAREERS WITH CHILDREN PATHWAY

(YEARS 1 & 2) 1st Year in Careers with Children Life Management 1 Create power point presentations on environmental and hereditary factors negatively impacting pre and post natal development. Research and create a portfolio including the financial costs to raise a child, child safety and first aid, impact of childrens nutrition on lifelong health, Write and illustrate a childrens story with a nutrition storyline and read to Fairsite preschoolers.

2nd Year in Careers with Children Life Management II Create a professional portfolio containing preschool math, language arts, science, art, health and nutrition lesson plans. Develop original puppet shows to perform at Fairsite Preschool incorporating creative writing, collaboration, art skills, and applied knowledge of age appropriate themes and vocabulary. CAREERS WITH CHILDREN PATHWAY

(YEARS 3 & 4) 3rd Year in Careers with Children 4th Year in Careers with Children Students experience prenatal and early Introduction to Child & Family Growth Careers with Children childhood development, and health related Create a Teaching Portfolio with lesson plans conditions through: Receive job preparedness training at Sac Works Wearing a Pregnancy Simulator

Develop: Cover Letter & Resume Caring for Newborn Infant Simulators Interview with elementary school principal Experiencing drug affected, shaken baby Intern daily at preschool and elementary school and medically fragile infant simulators classrooms Field trips to UC Davis Medical Center Teach language arts and math lessons pediatric ICU to observe pediatric patients and their health care providers Creating brain models to learn contributing factors leading to optimal brain development Creating and teaching preschool

language arts, math and nutrition lessons INTERIOR DESIGN THREE YEAR PATHWAY1 INTERIOR DESIGN PATHWAY 1st Year in Interior Design Life Management 1 Students create portfolio containing color wheel, color schemes, elements and principles of design and students dream bedroom. (YEARS 1 & 2)

2nd Year in Interior Design Life Management II Students create a portfolio containing color wheel, psychology of color, color schemes, elements and principles of design, and work in groups to design a house for an assigned client. INTERIOR DESIGN PATHWAY 3rd Year in Interior Design Interior Design Students: Develop an elements and

principles of design portfolio Design a Color Board Create a 3-D room model (YEAR 3) Contacts: Administration: Kellie Beck [email protected] Robert Lemmon [email protected] Alan Posey [email protected] Ag Academy: Carl Wright [email protected] Cheryl Reece [email protected] Dane White [email protected] Derek Silva [email protected] JessaLee Goehring [email protected]

Katelyn Titus [email protected] BEST Academy: Brooke Beckett [email protected] Debra Crane [email protected] Jason Lopez [email protected] Oscar Corona [email protected] HEALS Department Jana Din [email protected] Michelle Antrobus [email protected] Donna Hartje [email protected]

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