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1 Plant Systems Horticulture Science.5 Credit Sequence Required Sequence Landscape Design && Turf Grass Management.5 Credit Practicum in Horticulture Science I Grades Credits Pre-Req: 1 course from left Practicum in Horticulture Science II Grades Credits Principles of Agriculture, Food, & Natural Resources Grades Credit for any student beginning an Agriculture sequence and wanting to participate in FFA Principles and Elements of Floral Design 1.0 Credit (Will satisfy Fine Arts graduation requirement) Agribusiness Systems Professional Standards in Agribusiness.5 Credit Food Products and Processing Systems Food Technology & Safety.5 Credit Advanced Plant & Soil Science Grade Credit Pre-Req: 1 credit of any AgFNR course (will satisfy 4th science credit for Rec/DAP graduation plans) AFNR Career Prep I and II Grades Credits Natural Resource System Wildlife, Fisheries, & Ecology Management.5 Credit Forestry and Woodland Ecosystems.5 Credit Range Ecology & Management.5 Credit

2 9001CT Problems and Solutions in CTE II All CTE Clusters Grade Placement Credit ½ - 1 Unit Prerequisite See CTE Counselor and Approval Process A project-based learning experience developed by a student or group of students, teacher and an interdisciplinary mentor team. The project provides opportunities for an in-depth study in varied aspects in the different clusters of Career and Technical Education. This course receives advanced grade points. This course is designed to provide students an opportunity to earn one advanced measure for the Distinguished Achievement Program. The following programs of study are available within the Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources cluster. Agribusiness Systems Animal Systems Environmental Service Systems Food Products and Processing Systems Natural Resources Systems Plant Systems Power, Structural and Technical Systems Being enrolled in these courses will give the student the opportunity to be involved in the FFA including animal projects, leadership and career development event travel teams, and scholarships. All Systems 9040CT Principles of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources Formerly Introduction to World Ag and Applied Ag Science Grade Placement Credit ½ - 1 Unit A basic course designed to provide an introduction to all aspects in agriculture including agricultural career development, leadership, communications, personal finance, mechanized agriculture, soils, plants, animals, agricultural construction, food science, and supervised agricultural experience programs. I (2hr-9048CT) ( 3 hr-9042ct) II (2hr-9049CT) (3hr-9043CT) Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources Career Preparation I, II Grade Placement Credit I 2-3 Units; II 2-3 Units Prerequisite years of age and Approval Process A work-based learning course designed to provide training in specific agribusiness careers. Classroom learning and work-based learning provide career and related training by alternating group and individual instruction in the classroom with the work-based experiences at an approved agribusiness training station in the local community. Students must provide their own transportation to their training station. 3

3 9065CT Formerly Agriculture Independent Study Problems and Solutions in Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources Grade Placement Credit /2 to 1 Unit Prerequisite Completion of at least two courses of AFNR in a Coherent Sequence and Approval Process A project-based learning experience developed by a student or group of students, teacher, and an interdisciplinary mentor team. The project provides opportunities for an in-depth study of at least one aspect of the agriculture science and technology area. The student or group demonstrates the ability to utilize a variety of resources, advanced technology, and communication skills in the development and presentation of the project. This project-based course may allow a student to meet one of the Distinguished Achievement Program advanced measures. Incoming 9 th graders of will receive advanced grade points for this class. 9044CT Professional Standards in Agribusiness Agribusiness Systems Formerly Agribusiness Management and Marketing A comprehensive course designed to develop agricultural leadership, citizenship, and interpersonal skills. Instruction includes such topics as personal development, employee/employer relations, and group and communication skills.. Natural Resources Systems 9058CT Forestry and Woodland Ecosystems *New Course* This course examines current management practices for forestry and woodlands. Special emphasis is given to management as it relates to ecological requirements and how these practices impact the environment. Includes exploration of careers associated with the forestry system, tree identification, calculating tree harvest, and a study of the forest ecosystem. 9046CT Wildlife, Fisheries, and Ecology Management Formerly Wildlife and Recreation Management A course designed to examine the importance of wildlife and outdoor recreation with emphasis on using wildlife, fish and natural resources and their management. Hunter, boater, and angler safety instruction are components of this class. Research into occupational opportunities and identification and laws associated with game, non-game, fur-bearing and fish species are included. 4

4 9047CT Range Ecology and Management Formerly Range Management and Ecology Credit /2 Unit A course designed to provide information regarding the management and ecology aspects of rangelands. Instruction will include the study and development of technical skills in renewable natural resources, range plants, ecosystems, water cycles, range conditions, carrying capacities, livestock management, wildlife management, and research. Information and safe working practices, recordkeeping, career exploration, and leadership will be included. Plant Systems 9050CT Horticulture Science Formerly Intro to Horticulture and Horticultural Plant Production A laboratory oriented course designed to develop skills in the production of greenhouse/nursery plants and the maintenance of plant growth and propagation structures. The course emphasizes production of fruit, nut, and vegetable crops. 9051CT Landscape Design and Turf Grass Management Formerly Landscape Design, Construction, and Maintenance A course designed to develop skills in the design, construction, and maintenance of planted areas. The course includes the use of devices for the beautification of home grounds and other areas of human habitation and recreation. Students will also learn techniques in how to establish and maintain turf grass. 9053CT Principles and Elements of Floral Design Formerly Floral Design and Advanced Floral Design Credit Unit This course will satisfy the Fine Arts graduation requirement A course designed to develop and examine floral design in relation to arrangement of flowers, foliage, and related plant materials for interior locations. Also incorporates business practices and careers in the floral industry. Students will be responsible for purchasing materials or assessed a fee associated with this course. Advanced Technical Credit is available through community colleges in Texas. 5

5 9055CT, 9056CT Formerly Horticulture I, II Practicum in Horticulture Science I, Practicum in Horticulture Science II Grade Placement Credit Units Prerequisite Horticulture Science or Landscape Design and Turf Grass Mgt or Principles of Floral Design and Approval Process Past Prereq Approval Process A laboratory-oriented course designed to develop skills in the various technical areas of the horticulture industry. The major focus is preparing individuals to perform horticulture related skills. The course emphasizes greenhouse and nursery crop production; landscaping; floral design; and fruit, nut, and vegetable crop production. Instruction will include information on career opportunities, leadership activities, and recordkeeping practices related to the horticulture industry. Students will be responsible for purchasing materials or assessed a fee associated with this course. 9071CT Advanced Plant and Soil Science * New Course* Grade Placement Credit Unit Prerequisite One Credit of AFNR This course will meet the requirements for the 4 th Science credit on the Distinguished and graduation plans. A course designed to study the exploration of principles related to plant production and the management of soils as related to agriculture. Included in the course are experiments, laboratory explorations, and the study of soil and plant relationships that affect the production of food and fiber. 632CT CT, 5634CT CTED Practicum in Horticulture Science I, II, Career and Technical Education for Students with Disabilities Grade Placement Credit Unit per year Prerequisite Recommendation of ARD Committee A laboratory course designed to develop entry-level employment skills in horticultural related careers for special needs students. A laboratory-oriented course designed to develop skills in the various technical areas of the horticulture industry. The major focus is preparing individuals to perform horticulture related skills. The course emphasizes greenhouse and nursery crop production; landscaping; floral design; and fruit, nut, and vegetable crop production. Instruction will include information on career opportunities, leadership activities, and recordkeeping practices related to the horticulture industry. Students will be responsible for purchasing materials or assessed a fee associated with this course. This course may be taken for more than one year up to four years. 6

6 Power, Structural & Technical Systems 9061CT Agricultural Mechanics and Metal Technologies Formerly Introduction to Ag Mechanics and Metal Fabrication Credit Unit A course designed to introduce basic theory and specialized skills in agricultural mechanics. Skills to be developed include identification and safe use of tools, carpentry, electricity, plumbing, masonry, fencing, painting, hot and cold metal working, and welding processes. Construction of projects will be included in this course. Students will be responsible for purchasing materials or assessed a fee associated with this course. Advanced Technical Credit is available through community colleges in Texas. 9082CT Agricultural Facilities Design and Fabrication Formerly Agricultural Mechanics I Grade Placement Credit Units Prerequisite Agricultural Mechanics and Metal Technologies or Approval Process Past Prereq Intro to Ag Mechanics or Metal Fabrication A laboratory oriented course designed to teach the basic principles of agricultural mechanics, including: blueprint reading and implementation, carpentry and construction, electrical and plumbing systems, concrete and masonry construction, small engine and power systems, metal construction and large project building. Structures constructed in this class could include, but not limited to: large and small trailers, wooden structures, outdoor recreational facilities, and other metal fabrication projects. CNC PlasmaCam design and fabrication will be taught and applied in this class. Students will be responsible for purchasing materials or assessed a fee associated with this course. 9086CT Practicum in Agricultural Mechanics Formerly Agriculture Mechanics II Grade Placement Credit Units Prerequisite Agricultural Facilities Design and Fabrication and Approval Process Past Prereq Agriculture Mechanics I A laboratory oriented course designed to teach the basic principles of agricultural mechanics, including: blueprint reading and implementation, carpentry and construction, electrical and plumbing systems, concrete and masonry construction, small engine and power systems, metal construction and large project building. Structures constructed in this class could include, but not limited to: large and small trailers, wooden structures, outdoor recreational facilities, and other metal fabrication projects. CNC PlasmaCam design and fabrication will be taught and applied in this class. Students will be responsible for purchasing materials or assessed a fee associated with this course. 7

7 Food Products and Processing Systems 9067CT Food Technology and Safety Formerly Food Technology A course designed to examine world food production, governmental regulations regarding foods, and food safety. Methods of processing, preparing, and packaging of foods; exploration of career opportunities, and leadership development are included. Students will be responsible for purchasing materials or assessed a fee associated with this course. Animal Systems 9069CT Livestock Production Formerly Animal Science A technical course designed to develop the students knowledge and skills pertaining to the nutrition, reproduction, health and management of domestic livestock. Study of animal systems, animal restraint, business management, and careers are included. 9077CT Small Animal Management *New Course* Students will be provided with opportunities to learn, reinforce, and apply information in a variety of settings in the areas of small animal, systems/business and associations. Subject areas in this course to be covered are but not limited to: small mammals, amphibians, reptiles, birds, dogs, cats and species specific information. Study will also highlight ownership, hazards, and welfare of small animals. 9070CT Advanced Animal Science Grade Placement Credit Unit Prerequisite Livestock Production and Small Animal Management Past Prereq Animal Science This course will meet the requirements for the 4 th Science credit on the Distinguished and graduation plans. This technical course provides an academically stimulating environment for students wishing to advance their understanding of animal science. This will be a lab oriented course with emphasis on reproduction, breeding, genetics, anatomy, physiology, nutrition, health, and the marketing and harvesting of domestic livestock. Students will receive advanced grade points for this course. Advanced Technical Credit and Tech Prep college credit are available through community colleges in Texas. 8

8 9072CT Equine Science Students will identify career opportunities, industry expectation, and attain general knowledge of horses, mules and donkeys. Areas of study shall include but are not limited to: breed identification, anatomy and physiology, nutrition, reproduction, diseases, parasites, proper handling, training, confirmation, and selection of horses. 9074CT Veterinary Medical Applications Formerly Vet Med I and Intro to Vet Med Assistant Grade Placement Credit Unit Prerequisite of the following: Livestock Production, Small Animal Management or Equine Science and Approval Process Past Prereq Introduction to Veterinary Medical Assistant Technology Students will be prepared for careers in the field of animal science. Students will be provided opportunities to demonstrate proper knowledge and skills in the veterinary medicine industry. Topics to be covered in this course are, but not limited to veterinary practices and knowledge as they relate to both large and small animal species. Subject areas include: animal behavior, communication, species/breed information, diseases/disorders, parasites, clinical examinations, imaging equipment, hematology, hospital procedures, and surgical assisting procedures. Students will receive advanced grade points for this course. 9076CT Practicum for Veterinary Medical Assistant Formerly Veterinary Medical Assistant II Grade Placement Credit Units Prerequisite Veterinary Medical Applications and Approval Process Past Prereq Veterinary Medical Assistant I and Approval Process This course is a continuation of the Veterinary Medical Applications course providing more in-depth opportunities for students to increase their knowledge in animal anatomy, animal disease, treatment techniques, lab procedures, emergency procedures, and clinical operations. Students will be required to participate in clinical rotations, gaining hands-on experiences working in various veterinary assistant positions. This course provides further opportunities for students to explore the veterinary medical field as well as to continue earning possible industry standard certification in veterinary assistant and possible college credits toward certification as a Registered Veterinary Technician (RVT). Students must provide their own transportation to the clinical setting. Students will be responsible for purchasing materials or assessed a fee associated with this course. Students will receive advanced grade points for this course. 9

9 Cluster Overview: Focuses on careers in the planning, implementation, production, management, processing, and/or marketing of agriculture commodities and services. High School Intermediate 9 th 10 th 11 th 12 th English (4 credits) English I English II English III English IV Government Social Studies World Geography World History US History (4 credits) Economics Math (4 credits) Algebra I Geometry Algebra II 4 th yr Approved Math Science (4 credits) Biology Chemistry Physics 4 th yr Approved Science Additional Req d Credits AFNR Courses Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources Program of Study Natural Resource Systems Forest Conservationist Forester, Fish & Game Warden, Range Manager Marine Biologist Fish Hatchery Manager, Aquaculturist P.E. or Equivalent ( Foreign Language (2- Fine Art ( Comm Apps or Prof Communications (.5) Principles of Agriculture, Food, & Natural Resources ( Student: Wildlife, Fisheries & Ecology Management (.5) and Forestry & Woodland Ecosystems (.5) and Range Ecology & Management (.5) Grade School: ID: Date: Problems & Solutions in AFNR ( Electives Bus Info Mgmt I ( 9-12 Horticulture Science(.5) Aquatic Science ( Environmental Science ( 12 Total On-the-Job-Training Extended Learning Experiences Marina Employee Sporting Goods Store Employee Fisheries Employee Curricular Experiences: Certificates Post-Secondary FFA Career Learning Experiences Career Preparation; Internship; Job Shadowing Associate s Degree Applied Science Aquaculture Technician Extracurricular Experiences: Useful Links Klein CTE Additional Information Graduation Plan Requirements Career Cruising Graduation Plan Distinguished Distinguished Achievement Plan Measures Dual Credit Courses Advanced Placement Courses Advanced Technical Credit (ATC) or locally articulated courses (Tech Prep) Bachelor s Degree Graduate Degree Fisheries Biology Aquaculture/Fisheries Wildlife & Fisheries Science Wildlife & Fisheries Science Recreation, Park & Tourism Sciences Recreation, Park & Tourism Sciences Student Government; Scouts; Community Service Volunteer; Honor Society; ROTC; Campus Service Organization; Peer Tutoring Counselor: Student Signature Date Parent/Guardian Signature Date

10 Cluster Overview: Focuses on careers in the planning, implementation, production, management, processing, and/or marketing of agriculture commodities and services. High School Intermediate 9 th 10 th 11 th 12 th English (4 credits) English I English II English III English IV Government Social Studies World Geography World History US History (4 credits) Economics Math (4 credits) Algebra I Geometry Algebra II 4 th yr Approved Math Science (4 credits) Biology Chemistry Physics 4 th yr Approved Science Additional Req d Credits AFNR Courses Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources Program of Study Natural Resource Systems Forest Conservationist Forester, Fish & Game Warden, Range Manager Marine Biologist Fish Hatchery Manager, Aquaculturist P.E. or Equivalent ( Foreign Language (2- Fine Art ( Comm Apps or Prof Communications (.5) Principles of Agriculture, Food, & Natural Resources ( Student: Wildlife, Fisheries & Ecology Management (.5) and Forestry & Woodland Ecosystems (.5) and Range Ecology & Management (.5) Grade School: ID: Date: Problems & Solutions in AFNR ( Electives Bus Info Mgmt I ( 9-12 Horticulture Science(.5) Aquatic Science ( Environmental Science ( 12 Total On-the-Job-Training Extended Learning Experiences Marina Employee Sporting Goods Store Employee Fisheries Employee Curricular Experiences: Certificates Post-Secondary FFA Career Learning Experiences Career Preparation; Internship; Job Shadowing Associate s Degree Applied Science Aquaculture Technician Extracurricular Experiences: Useful Links Klein CTE Additional Information Graduation Plan Requirements Career Cruising Graduation Plan Distinguished Distinguished Achievement Plan Measures Dual Credit Courses Advanced Placement Courses Advanced Technical Credit (ATC) or locally articulated courses (Tech Prep) Bachelor s Degree Graduate Degree Fisheries Biology Aquaculture/Fisheries Wildlife & Fisheries Science Wildlife & Fisheries Science Recreation, Park & Tourism Sciences Recreation, Park & Tourism Sciences Student Government; Scouts; Community Service Volunteer; Honor Society; ROTC; Campus Service Organization; Peer Tutoring Counselor: Student Signature Date Parent/Guardian Signature Date

11 Cluster Overview: Focuses on careers in the planning, implementation, production, management, processing, and/or marketing of agriculture commodities and services. High School Intermediate 9 th 10 th 11 th 12 th English (4 credits) English I English II English III English IV Government Social Studies World Geography World History US History (4 credits) Economics Math (4 credits) Algebra I Geometry Algebra II 4 th yr Approved Math Science (4 credits) Biology Chemistry Physics 4 th yr Approved Science Additional Req d Credits AFNR Courses Electives Bus Info Mgmt I ( 9-12 Total Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources Program of Study Veterinary Science Veterinary Science Veterinarian, Veterinary Technician, Veterinary Assistant Student: Grade School: ID: Date: P.E. or Equivalent ( Foreign Language (2- Fine Art ( Comm Apps or Prof Communications (.5) Principles of Agriculture, Food, & Natural Resources ( Equine Science (.5) and/or Small Animal Mgmt (.5) and/or Livestock Production (.5) *Veterinary Medical Applications ( Note: *Student selection process may be necessary due to class size limitations. Medical Terminology (.5) Wildlife, Fisheries & Eco Mgmt (.5) On-the-Job-Training Food Technology & Safety (.5) *Practicum in Veterinary Science ( Adv Animal Science ( 12 Extended Learning Experiences Pet Store Employee Veterinary Clinic Employee Animal Shelter Volunteer Curricular Experiences: Certificates Veterinarian Assistant OSHA CareerSafe Career Learning Experiences Associate s Degree Bachelor s Degree Graduate Degree Veterinary Laboratory Technician Animal Science Biochemistry Dr. of Veterinary Medicine Post-Secondary Registered Veterinary Technician Equine Science Biomedical Science Veterinary Anatomy Biochemistry Technician Microbiology Histotechnologist Veterinary Pathology FFA Career Preparation; Internship; Job Shadowing Extracurricular Experiences: Student Government; Scouts; Community Service Volunteer; Honor Society; ROTC; Campus Service Organization; Peer Tutoring Useful Links Klein CTE Additional Information Graduation Plan Requirements Career Cruising Graduation Plan Distinguished Distinguished Achievement Plan Measures Dual Credit Courses Advanced Placement Courses Advanced Technical Credit (ATC) or locally articulated courses (Tech Prep) Counselor: Student Signature Date Parent/Guardian Signature Date

12 Cluster Overview: Focuses on careers in the planning, implementation, production, management, processing, and/or marketing of agriculture commodities and services. High School Intermediate 9 th 10 th 11 th 12 th English (4 credits) English I English II English III English IV Government Social Studies World Geography World History US History (4 credits) Economics Math (4 credits) Algebra I Geometry Algebra II 4 th yr Approved Math Science (4 credits) Biology Chemistry Physics 4 th yr Approved Science Additional Req d Credits AFNR Courses Electives Total Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources Program of Study Agricultural Mechanics Welder and Cutter Agricultural Engineer, Welder- Fitter Student: Grade School: ID: Date: P.E. or Equivalent ( Foreign Language (2- Fine Art ( Comm Apps or Prof Communications (.5) Principles of Agriculture, Food, & Natural Resources ( Concepts of Engineering & Architectural Technology ( 9-12 On-the-Job-Training Agricultural Mechanics & Metal Technologies ( Principles of Manufacturing (.5) 9-12 Agricultural Facilities Design & Fabrication ( Practicum in Agricultural Mechanics ( Extended Learning Experiences Metal Erector s Helper Shop Helper Welding Assistant Curricular Experiences: Certificates AWS Welder NCCER Welding Technician OSHA CareerSafe Career Learning Experiences Associate s Degree Bachelor s Degree Graduate Degree Agricultural Systems Agricultural Engineering Post-Secondary Construction Technician Construction Science Agricultural & Biological Engineering Metal Technology Agricultural System Management Agricultural Mechanization FFA Career Preparation; Internship; Job Shadowing Extracurricular Experiences: Student Government; Scouts; Community Service Volunteer; Honor Society; ROTC; Campus Service Organization; Peer Tutoring Useful Links Klein CTE Additional Information Graduation Plan Requirements Career Cruising Graduation Plan Distinguished Distinguished Achievement Plan Measures Dual Credit Courses Advanced Placement Courses Advanced Technical Credit (ATC) or locally articulated courses (Tech Prep) Counselor: Student Signature Date Parent/Guardian Signature Date

13 Cluster Overview: Focuses on careers in the planning, implementation, production, management, processing, and/or marketing of agriculture commodities and services. High School Intermediate 9 th 10 th 11 th 12 th English (4 credits) English I English II English III English IV Government Social Studies World Geography World History US History (4 credits) Economics Math (4 credits) Algebra I Geometry Algebra II 4 th yr Approved Math Science (4 credits) Biology Chemistry Physics 4 th yr Approved Science Additional Req d Credits AFNR Courses Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources Program of Study Floral Design/Horticulture Floral Design Floral Designer, Horticulturist, Greenhouse Manager, Floral Department Supervisor P.E. or Equivalent ( Foreign Language (2- Fine Art ( Comm Apps or Prof Communications (.5) Principles of Agriculture, Food, & Natural Resources ( Floral Design ( or Horticulture Science (.5) Student: Grade School: ID: Date: Practicum in Horticulture Sci I ( Practicum in Horticulture Sci II ( Electives Bus Info Mgmt I ( 9-12 Interior Design (10-12 Landscape Design Turf Grass Mgmt (.5) Adv Plant & Soil Science ( 12 Total On-the-Job-Training Extended Learning Experiences Cut Flower Processor Landscaper Floral Sales Curricular Experiences: Certificates High School Floral Junior Master Gardener Career Learning Experiences Associate s Degree Greenhouse Florist Post-Secondary Interiorscape Design Landscape Nursery Management Ornamental Horticulture Tech FFA Career Preparation; Internship; Job Shadowing Extracurricular Experiences: Useful Links Klein CTE Additional Information Graduation Plan Requirements Career Cruising Graduation Plan Distinguished Distinguished Achievement Plan Measures Dual Credit Courses Advanced Placement Courses Advanced Technical Credit (ATC) or locally articulated courses (Tech Prep) Bachelor s Degree Floriculture Horticulture Student Government; Scouts; Community Service Volunteer; Honor Society; ROTC; Campus Service Organization; Peer Tutoring Graduate Degree Floriculture Horticulture Counselor: Student Signature Date Parent/Guardian Signature Date

14 Cluster Overview: Focuses on careers in the planning, implementation, production, management, processing, and/or marketing of agriculture commodities and services. High School Intermediate 9 th 10 th 11 th 12 th English (4 credits) English I English II English III English IV Government Social Studies World Geography World History US History (4 credits) Economics Math (4 credits) Algebra I Geometry Algebra II 4 th yr Approved Math Science (4 credits) Biology Chemistry Physics 4 th yr Approved Science Additional Req d Credits AFNR Courses Electives Bus Info Mgmt I ( 9-12 Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources Program of Study Animal Systems Animal Caretaker Animal Nutritionist, Large Animal Caretaker, Livestock Producer Student: Grade School: ID: Date: P.E. or Equivalent ( Foreign Language (2- Fine Art ( Comm Apps or Prof Communications (.5) Principles of Agriculture, Food, & Natural Resources ( Wildlife, Fisheries & Ecology Mgmt (.5) On-the-Job-Training Equine Science (.5) and Small Animal Management (.5) and Livestock Production (.5) Food Technology & Safety (.5) Range Ecology & Mgmt (.5) Advanced Animal Science ( Forestry & Woodland Ecosystems (.5) Extended Learning Experiences Feedlot Employee Ranch Hand/Assistant Wildlife Center Employee Curricular Experiences: Associate s Degree Bachelor s Degree Graduate Degree Agricultural Technician Animal Science Animal Science Certificates Post-Secondary Ranch & Feedlot Operations Range Management Beef Cattle Management Agricultural Systems Management Physiology of Reproduction Range Animal Science FFA Career Learning Experiences Career Preparation; Internship; Job Shadowing Extracurricular Experiences: Student Government; Scouts; Community Service Volunteer; Honor Society; ROTC; Campus Service Organization; Peer Tutoring Useful Links Klein CTE Additional Information Graduation Plan Requirements Career Cruising Graduation Plan Distinguished Distinguished Achievement Plan Measures Dual Credit Courses Advanced Placement Courses Advanced Technical Credit (ATC) or locally articulated courses (Tech Prep) Counselor: Student Signature Date Parent/Guardian Signature Date

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