Non Pathway Courses
- Ms Luxon
In this course students will learn basic economic principals with an emphasis on agriculture. Topics include: macroeconomics, agriculture business organizations, agriculture credit, record keeping, record keeping, record analysis, and marketing. Students will be expected to participate in work place learning experiences and interpersonal leadership skill development activities. FFA and SAE will be a vital part of this class.
- Ms Luxon
The purpose of this course is to assist students in developing their knowledge, attitudes, skills and aspirations regarding leadership development in an agricultural setting or provide them with the beginning foundation for any setting. The goal of this course is to encourage students to be knowledgeable, caring, decision makers. Students in our program desiring to develop and expand their leadership skills are encouraged to take this course. Student will find opportunities to further develop their organizational skills by interacting not only with other class members, but with other organizations, groups, and activities. Students are in charge of organizational and school activities, and are responsible for successfully organizing, conducting, and evaluating the activities.