Family picture of Mrs.Dolley, her husband and her daughter

Rene' Dolley

Lake Creek FFA Advisor/ Agricultural Science Teacher

sara.dolley@misd.org

Room: C1104

Phone #: (936)276-2001 EXT: 84986

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Schedule:

A- Day

1st: Principles of Agriculture (AFNR)

2nd: Principles of Agriculture(AFNR)

3rd: Equine Science (S1)/ Small Animal Management (S2) 

4th: Barn Management/ Vet Field Experience 

B-Day

5th: Principles of Agriculture (AFNR)

6th: Animal Science

7th: Vet Applications 

8th: Conference  

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Tutoring Schedule:

Tuesday & Thursday's from 6:45am-7:15am or by appointment.

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Conference:

8th period BY APPINTMENT ONLY

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Howdy!

Please click the link below to meet Mrs. Dolley and learn a little bit about her and her classes! 

MEET THE TEACHER VIDEO HERE!!

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Course Description

Principles of Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources prepares students for careers in agriculture, food, and natural resources. This course allows students to develop knowledge and skills regarding career opportunities, personal development, globalization, industry standards, details, practices, and expectations.

ONLINE SYLLABUS

Course Outline

The following topics will be discussed:

* (SAEP) Supervised Agricultural Experience Programs

* History of Agriculture, Current, and Future Significance

* Introduction to the National FFA Organization

* FFA Manual

* FFA Creed

* FFA Motto and Mission

* FFA Emblem

* FFA Jacket and Official Dress

* Parliamentary Procedure

* Leadership

* Positive and Negative Influence

* Communication Skills

* Teamwork

* Employability characteristics in the industry of Agriculture

* Personal appearance, Health habits and Behavior, Etiquette

* Record Keeping in Agriculture

* Basic Agricultural Mechanics/Safety in the Workplace

* Basic Plant and Animal Science

* Pollution and Natural Resources


Course Description:

To be prepared for careers in the field of animal science, students need to attain academic skills and knowledge, acquire technical knowledge and skills related to animal systems and the workplace, and develop knowledge and skills regarding career opportunities, entry requirements, and industry expectations. To prepare for success, students need opportunities to learn, reinforce, apply, and transfer knowledge and skills and technologies in a variety of settings. Topics covered in this course include, but are not limited to, veterinary practices as they relate to both large and small animal species.

Google Classroom code: (students got invited with their school email) If you did not get an invite on August 10th, email sara.dolley@misd.org and let me know ASAP! 

Veterinary Science Scope and Sequence

1 Course Introduction

2 Ethics & Current Issues

3 Hospital Management & Procedures

4 Medical Terminology

5 Clinical Exam

6 Animal ID & Behavior Throughout

7 Diseases & Parasites

8 Veterinary Math

9 Pharmacology

10 Body Systems

11 Surgical Assistant

12 Imaging Equipment

13 Clinical Hematology

14 Nutritional Requirements

15 SAE/Employability Throughout


Course Description

**This is a one semester class**

This course follows the Principles in Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources in the Ag Science pathway.  This course allows students to develop knowledge and skills in relation to equine science. Students will get to explore multiple competencies related to animal science through this course, and will come out with basic knowledge & understanding of equestrian care.

Google Classroom code: (students got invited with their school email) If you did not get an invite on August 10th, email sara.dolley@misd.org and let me know ASAP!  

Course Outline

  • Introduction to Equine Science & Exploring SAE’s
  • History and Evolution
  • Domestication and Early Use
  • Horse Industry
  • Breed ID
  • Colors and Markings
  • Height/Dental Care/Hoof Care
  • Selection/Evaluation
  • Internal Parasites
  • Nutrition (Digestion/Microbes)
  • Genetics
  • Facilities and Management (Husbandry)
  • Reproduction-Mares
  • Reproduction-Stallions


Small Animal Management is a 1 semester course.

COURSE DESCRIPTION: Learn what a valuable role dogs and cats play in our society. Develop knowledge and skills pertaining to the selection, nutrition, grooming, reproduction, health, and management of small animals. Classroom demonstrations with live animals! **MUST SIGN & RETURN LIABILITY FORM**


GENERAL COURSE OUTLINE:

  1. Importance of Small Animals

    1. History

    2. Domestication

    3. Taxonomy

  1. Animal Rights and Welfare

    1. History

    2. Current Issues

  1. Small Animal Handling

    1. Risks

    2. Instinct

    3. Restraints

    4. Safety

  1. Small Animal Health & Nutrition

    1. Diseases and Parasites

    2. Poisons and Toxicities

    3. Nutrition

    4. Digestion

    5. Health and First Aid

  1. Dogs

    1. Classifying and History

    2. Physiology

C.    Breeds

D.    Social Development

E.    Health Care

  1. Cats

    1. Classifying and History

    2. Physiology

    3. Breeds

    4. Health Care

    Careers with Small Animals

      1. Job Descriptions

      2. Career Investigation



Course Description:

The Animal Science class is an AFNR class, completing the Animal Science Pathway. The course is designed to introduce students to laboratory sciences and experimentation through Animal Science. A large portion of this class will be spent conducted through experimentation and research projects, working with live animals, or using project based learning. Participation in this is required by all students enrolled in the course. Students unable to participate due to ISS or DAEP placement will have to complete an alternate assignment.

 

Course Syllabus

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National FFA Website

 Lake Creek FFA Website

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1st FFA Meeting: TBD 

 

An agricultural education program is made up of three integrated parts: classroom instruction, FFA and a supervised agricultural experience (SAE).

The SAE is a required component of a total agricultural education program and intended for every student. Through their involvement in the SAE program, students are able to consider multiple careers and occupations, learn expected workplace behavior, develop specific skills within an industry, and are given opportunities to apply academic and occupational skills in the workplace or a simulated workplace environment. Through these strategies, students learn how to apply what they are learning in the classroom as they prepare to transition into the world of college and career opportunities.

 

** All students participating in an any Ag class must have an SAE project and keep track in the provided online record book (theaet.org) **

 

For More information and project ideas please refer to the SAE folder below or visit this website TEXAS FFA SAE