Remind Codes if you have not signed up to get important reminders for the class
Animal Science 1st Period Remind Code:@a24bgg
Basic Agriscience 2nd Period Remind Code: Remind 101@6hb8h
Basic Agriscience 3rd Period Code: Remind 101@keg94
Basic Agriscience 5th Period Code: Remind 101@bf88ka
Animal Science 4th Period Remind Code:@ch9ckk
Plant Science 5th Period Remind Code:@k9ca87
Courses taught in the Agriscience Program
1) Basic Agriscience and Biotechnology
2) Plant Science and Biotechnology
3) Animal Science and Biotechnology
4) Biotechnology Capstone Course
The Agricultural Education Program is an essential part of the Career and Technical Education Program at Dutchtown High School. The program has a very active FFA chapter with some awesome student leaders.
The Basic Agriscience Class is the foundation course in the Agriscience Program and all other courses in the Agriculture Food and Natural Resource Pathways. This course introduces students to major areas of scientific, agricultural production and research. The course presents problem solving lessons and introductory skills and knowledge in agricultural science and agriculture related technologies. Classroom and laboratory activities are supplemented through supervised agricultural experiences and leadership programs and activities. This course is the prerequisite for students in grades 9-10.
Animal Science and Biotechnology Class is a course designed to introduce students to the scientific principles that underlie the breeding and production of agricultural animals and the production, processing and distribution of agricultural animal products. Classroom and laboratory activities are supplemented through supervised experiences and leadership programs and FFA activities.
Plant Science and Biotechnology: Plant Science and Biotechnology course is a basic component of the Agriscience Pathway. This course introduces students to the scientific theories, principles and practices involved in the production and management of plants for food, fiber, conservation and ornamental use. Classroom and laboratory activities are supplemented through supervised agricultural experiences and FFA and leadership activities.