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    Red Lodge FFA... Our Chapter was founded in 1954 and this year we have 54 excellent members.
     
     
     RLHS Farm
     
    Fall
    Period 1: Animal Production Science
    Period 2: Natural Resources
    Middle School: Exploratory Agriculture
    Period 4: Agriculture Leadership
    Period 5: Introduction to Agriculture and Natural Resources
     
    Spring
    Period 1: Equine Science
    Period 2: Ornamental Horticulture
    Middle School: Exploratory Agriculture
    Period 4: Agriculture Leadership
    Period 5: Introduction to Agriculture and Natural Resources.
     
    Learning to Do,
    Doing to Learn,
    Earning to Live,
    Living to Serve.
    ~ FFA Motto
     
    Each of my agriculture classes is guided by this principle. Students will be guided by course objectives that cover both the subject matter and employability skills. FFA membership is a required portion of this course and all students will be guided in developing and maintaining an Agricultural project to enhance their experience. All of the curriculum falls under the National Agriculture Education Standards (available on the Montana OPI website).
     
     
    SAE Information and Help
    Agriculture projects are called Supervised Agriculture Experiences (SAE). The hours are completed outside of class time and are meant to give students experience in an area of interest. The records are kept online at theaet.com (each student has their log in information) The rubric used to grade the project depends on the type of project. Click here to access Entrepreneurship, Paid Placement, Unpaid Placement/ Exploratory
     
    For SAE ideas:
     
    The plan should be written in the following format. SAE plan template  Copy and paste the template into AET. Fill in your information.
     
     
    I am always looking for community opportunities, new ideas, and volunteer help. Feel free to contact me allyson_lammiman@redlodge.k12.mt.us