Agriculture Comprehensive Program Plan by jbi16304

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									Agriculture
Comprehensive
Program Plan




Developed by Mr.T.A. Gravatt
        Comprehensive Program Plan Index
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A. Job Market Description
B. Targeted Occupations                                   A   J   S
C. Total Program Goals & Objectives
D. Program(s) Description of Included Courses, SOE, and
        Leadership Development                            B   K   T
E. Program(s) and/or Course Subject Matter Content
        Outline
F.Program Completion Standards                            C   L   U
G.Description of Facilities and Major Equipment
H. Five(5) Year Facility and Equipment Acquisition
        Schedule                                          D M V
I.Staff Assignment
J.FFA Program of Activities
K.School and/or Department Policies Pertaining to:        E   N W
   1.Student Eligibility to Participate Out of Class
   2. Leadership Development Integration into Program
   3.SOE Integration into Program and other Polices
L. Proficiency Standards for Program Completers
                                                          F   O   X
M.Teacher Data Sheet for each Teacher
N. Roster of Agriculture Advisory Committee
O. Advisory Committee Minutes                             G   P   Y
P. Current Year Budget
Q Signed Articulation Agreements and/or Evidence
R. Graduate Follow-Up System                              H   Q   Z
S. List of Active Placement Sites
T. Recruitment Activities and Materials
U. Staff In-Service Record                                I   R
V. Staff Minutes
W. Department Inventory
X. List of Courses that Qualify for Alternate Credit
        Comprehensive Program Plan Index
         Select a tab from the right to view that area!
A. Job Market Description
B. Targeted Occupations                                   A   J   S
C. Total Program Goals & Objectives
D. Program(s) Description of Included Courses, SOE, and
        Leadership Development                            B   K   T
E. Program(s) and/or Course Subject Matter Content
        Outline
F.Program Completion Standards                            C   L   U
G.Description of Facilities and Major Equipment
H. Five(5) Year Facility and Equipment Acquisition
        Schedule                                          D M V
I.Staff Assignment
J.FFA Program of Activities
K.School and/or Department Policies Pertaining to:        E   N W
   1.Student Eligibility to Participate Out of Class
   2. Leadership Development Integration into Program
   3.SOE Integration into Program and other Polices
L. Proficiency Standards for Program Completers
                                                          F   O   X
M.Teacher Data Sheet for each Teacher
N. Roster of Agriculture Advisory Committee
O. Advisory Committee Minutes                             G   P   Y
P. Current Year Budget
Q Signed Articulation Agreements and/or Evidence
R. Graduate Follow-Up System                              H   Q   Z
S. List of Active Placement Sites
T. Recruitment Activities and Materials
U. Staff In-Service Record                                I   R
V. Staff Minutes
W. Department Inventory
X. List of Courses that Qualify for Alternate Credit
Job Market Description
     Turlock Community Description
Targeted Occupations
        Total Program Goals
           and Objectives
           Pitman High School Agriculture Department
                       Goals and Objectives
   1.   Each student will prepare an Agriculture Career
        Pathway in one of the following areas: Animal
        Science, Agriculture Mechanics, Agriculture
        Business, OH, and Forestry/Natural Resources.
   2.   Each student will be engaged in a supervised
        agriculture experience program by the end of their
        first year in agriculture education.
   3.   Each student shall participate in a minimum of
        eight activities (two per quarter) of the FFA and
        shall receive a grade for their participation.
   4.   All 3 or 4 year instructional program completers in
        agriculture education will be contracted within a
        year of graduation to reply on the relevance of the
        instruction offered by the Pitman Agriculture
        Department.
   5.   Instruction offered by the Pitman Agriculture
        Department will reflect skills, knowledge, and
        attitudes required for employment as determined
        by the local Agriculture Advisory Committee,
        Industry Correspondence, and program computer
        follow up information.



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        Total Program Goals
           and Objectives
        Pitman High School Agriculture Department
            Goals and Objectives Continued……..
  6.    Staff members will continue to update their
        professional abilities by participating in
        professional activities sponsored by the CATA
        and other industry-wide programs that may be
        offered.
  7.    The Pitman Agriculture staff will assess that
        facilities and equipment provided and develop a
        plan for replacing obsolete equipment and
        upgrading the facility on a regular basis.
  8.    Every student will have a portfolio and it will be
        an ongoing project from his or her freshman
        year through his or her senior year. In their
        senior year the student will have their portfolios
        evaluated by the industry representatives
        and/or administration.
  9.    All instructors will stress the importance of
        responsibility, work ethics, and communication
        skills for the work place. The Department will
        uphold a positive image in our community and
        school.
  10.   The Pitman Agriculture Department staff
        recognizes the importance of technology in our
        industry and will strive to provide students with
        necessary skills to be competitive in the work
        force and/or higher education endeavors.
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 Subject Matter Content
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