Concordia Lutheran High School FFA & 4-H

SaderNation Agriculture

AGRICULTURE SCIENCES


All courses have a $100 class fee. The cost cover materials, certifications, etc.


​Remember you must be enrolled in an agriculture class at least one semester per school year to be involved in 4-H/FFA.


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FLORAL DESIGN-Fineart credit
Grades 10-12….2 semesters..…1 credit
Floral design is an important area of horticulture. It can become a rewarding career by itself or a valuable artistic supplement.   Above all, floral design may be a very enjoyable hobby, adding pleasure to the home environment, stimulating further gardening activities, and even offering competitive opportunities. In this class students will learn principles and elements of design through crafting projects. 


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CULINARY I (FOOD SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
Grades 10-12….2 semesters....1 credit
This course allows students to use principles of lifetime wellness choices and nutrition to help them make informed decisions that promote overall good health. The student will understand the role of nutrients in the body, principles of digestion and metabolism, demonstrate knowledge of nutritionally balanced diets, and apply knowledge of food preparation/management principles as it relates to nutritious recipes. The student will also operate kitchen equipment and tools properly. In addition, the student will apply safety and sanitation practices as a component of wellness. The student will study the benefits of exercise and research the relationship between nutrition and disease through every phase of life.


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CULINARY II (FOOD PROCESSING)
Grades 11-12.....2 semesters.....1 credit
Food Processing expands on the knowledge learned from Culinary 1 and enables students to utilize principles of meal planning, evaluate nutritional values of recipes and learn more advanced techniques of food preparation. Prerequisite: Culinary I


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SMALL ANIMAL MANAGEMENT 
Grades 10-12.....1 semester.....0.5 credit
In this concentrated study of small animals, topics covered will include breeds, selection, uses, and other canine-related aspects of the agribusiness industry. Nutrition, reproduction, health management of small animals, and related enterprises are emphasized.


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WILDLIFE, FISHERIES, & ECOLOGY MANAGEMENT
Grades 9-12.....1 semester.....0.5 credit
This course is designed to inform the students about wildlife management and outdoor recreation. Hunting and fishing skills and safety are taught as well as water and boating safety. State certification in hunting and boating is available to students who qualify (state-mandated fee required for certification). This course examines the management of game and non-game wildlife species, fish, and aqua-crops and their ecological needs as related to current practices. Students do not have to complete the certifications for this class, but have the opportunity. 


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VETERINARY MEDICAL APPLICATIONS
Grades 11-12.....2 semesters.....1 credit
This course is designed to introduce students to the world of Veterinary Medicine.  Upon completing this course, students will be able to understand and apply the basic concepts of Animal Science and Biology.  It will give students the opportunity to compete in activities through the FFA, earn high school science credit, and possibly receive advanced standing college credit with cooperating higher education institutions. 

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ADVANCED ANIMAL SCIENCE


Grade 12......2 semesters.....1 credit


This course is designed to introduce students to the world of Animal Science as it relates to the livestock industry.  Upon completing this course, students will be able to understand and apply the basic concepts of Animal Science and Biology.