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									                      Welcome to Record Book Version 2008
                                        General Instructions
1   This is a template that runs on Microsoft Excel. Save the file on a hard drive, network, or floppy
    disk. Be sure to name files and use folders so that others will not copy over them. This template
    can be copied as many times as necessary for individual students. Save information before exiting.
    Use the "Tab" button to go to the next cell for input.

2   To begin using this recordbook, input the following:
    A. Information on the cover page. This includes name, starting and ending dates, and naming of
    each enterprise. Other information is useful in completing reports and awards.
    B. Current and Non-Current inventory sheets. Inventory should be taken at the beginning of each
    record book period and should match the previous recordbook ending values. Each entry needs to
    be assigned to an enterprise. If an item belongs to two or more enterprises, input the value for
    each enterprise on a separate line.
    C. Net Worth. Insert beginning values for the following (all items will be rounded off to the nearest
    dollar)
            Lines 1 a, b, c Cash assets
            Line 1 f Non-productively invested personal assets
            Line 2 b Non-productively invested personal non-current/capital assets.
            Lines 6 a, b, d Current/Operating liabilities
            Lines 8 a, b, c, e Non-Current/Capital liabilities

3   Input expenses and income using the ledger sheet. A blank ledger sheet for each enterprise and
    activities pages (NB Print) can be printed and kept in your ag notebook or at home to keep track of
    expenses, income and activities.
    For Ag income/expenses not part of the SAE, Non Ag income/expenses, gifts, inheritances, and
    educational expenses, use the Non Prod Inc sheet.

4   To close out the recordbook:
    A. Complete the ending values for current and non-current inventories. Remember to assign each
    entry to an enterprise.
    B. Net Worth. Insert the following values for the end of the recordkeeping period (all items will be
    rounded off to the nearest dollar)
           Lines 1 a, b, c Cash assets
           Line 1 f Non-productively invested personal assets
           Line 2 b Non-productively invested personal non-current/capital assets.
           Lines 6 a, b, d Current/Operating liabilities
           Lines 8 a, b, c, e Non-Current/Capital liabilities
    C. Be certain all entries have been made in the ledger and activities sheet.
    D. Print pages needed for a hard copy. Use print preview to select pages needed to print and
    identify those not needed or used. In the ledger sheet, only two pages are selected to print. For
    more or less pages, redo print area.
    *Note* Balance Sheet and Summary pages automatically round off to the nearest dollar.
             Calculations are automatic on the Summary and Balance Sheets.

5   Begin new record book.

                            Send comments, problems encountered to:
                                    Dennis_Bushong@Gilbert.k12.az.us
 FFA Chapter               Gilbert             Chapter #           AZ0013

FFA ID Number

     Name                                      Birthdate

   Beginning              1/1/2008              Ending           12/31/2008
     date                                        date

  Social Sec #          000-00-0000                 Age

   Year in Ag                               Year of Graduation

Greenhand Degree                            Chapter Degree

 State Degree

    Address                                      Phone



      City

   State Zip

    Parents

    name(s)
                                                                 Type of SAE

 Enterprise #1                          1

 Enterprise #2                          2

 Enterprise #3                          3

 Enterprise #4                          4

 Enterprise #5                          5




3697bd04-492d-4e00-9ca8-86d90a1360961       Cover                              Page 2
    Net Worth                                                                                             0

1. CURRENT/OPERATING ASSETS                                                       1/1/2008   12/31/2008
     a. Cash on-hand, checking and savings                                          $0          $0
     b. Cash value --bonds, stocks, life insurance                                  $0          $0
     c. Notes & accounts receivable                                                 $0          $0
     f. Non-productively invested current personal assets
           (assets not in SAE current inventory)
  Itemize:




                                                                                    $0          $0
                                                                          Total     $0          $0

2. b. Non-productively invested non-current personal assets
             (assets not in SAE non-current inventory)
  Itemize:




                                                                                    $0          $0
                                                                          Total     $0          $0


6. CURRENT/OPERATING LIABILITIES
    a. Accounts and notes payable                                                   $0          $0
    b. Current/operating portion of non-current/capital debt                        $0          $0
    d. Current/operating liabilities associated with
          non-productive personal assets                                            $0          $0


8. NON-CURRENT/CAPITAL LIABILITIES:
    a. Notes & chattel mortgage (total notes & chattel                              $0          $0
          mortgage minus current portions)
    b. Real estate mortgages, contracts (total real                                 $0          $0
          estate mortgages; contracts - current portions)
    c. Other non-current/capital liabilities (total other                           $0          $0
          non-current/capital liabilities - current/operating portions)
    e. Non-current/capital liabilities associated with                              $0          $0
          non-productive personal assets.




3697bd04-492d-4e00-9ca8-86d90a1360961                 NetWorth                                                3
Performance Review                                                            0
A. Getting Started in this activity:
   1. Briefly describe your SAEs Describe how you started in these areas.
      What interested and motivated you to begin?




   2. When you were planning your supervised agricultural experience in this area, what
      2 or 3 goals and objectives did you plan to achieve at this point in your development?




3697bd04-492d-4e00-9ca8-86d90a1360961         Perf Review                                      Page 4
B. Progress:                                                                   0
   1. Describe any special advantages or disadvantages that had a major impact on your
      achievements in your supervised agricultural experience program.




   2. Briefly describe your placement in this area. (Include a description of the business/
      farm, working conditions, size, number of employees, type of facilities, etc.) and/or
      explain how resources such as livestock, land, buildings, equipment, machinery,
      supplies and labor are obtained and utilized in this proficiency area.




   3. How has your position description and/or responsibilities changed during the time of
      your placement and/or describe your marketing and/or merchandising
      plans for your SAE.




3697bd04-492d-4e00-9ca8-86d90a1360961         Perf Review                                     Page 5
C. Analysis/Evaluation of Program                                            0
   1. Describe your level of achievement and progress towards your goals (such as skills,
      scope, etc.) in this award area as related to the goals and objectives described above




   2. Describe the personal goals, educational goals, and career goals you would like to
      achieve in the next ten years.




3697bd04-492d-4e00-9ca8-86d90a1360961        Perf Review                                       Page 6
                          Agreement for Ownership SAE

This agreement is entered into this day of

     for a period of of one year between           1/1/2008      and        12/31/2008

between                         0                    and

and covers the students enterprises in ownership agriculture. This statement contains responsibility
for providing equipment, land, buildings, capital and management; and the percent that is the student's
share of the experience.

Student agrees to provide the following: (Specify details by experience.)




Student is to receive: (Specify details by experience.)




Parent or "other party" agrees to provide the following: (Specify details by experience.)




Parent or "other party" is to receive: (Specify details by experience.)




               Signatures:                                                                        student
                                                                                         (date)

                                                                                                  parent or "other party"
                                                                                         (date)

                                                                                                  Agriculture Teacher
                                                                                         (date)




3697bd04-492d-4e00-9ca8-86d90a1360961               Agreements                                                      Page 7
                                  Agreements for Placement SAE
     Student:                            0                           Employer:
Date:                                            Grade:                        DOB
             Employer Address:
                                        City:                                     State:                         ZIP
        Business Phone Number                                              School Phone                                   Students Phone
1. The student agrees to:
      Do all jobs assigned to the best of his or her ability.
      Be punctual, dependable and loyal.
      Follow instructions, avoid unsafe acts and be alert to conditions unsafe.
      Keep records of training program and make reports the teacher and the employer require
      Contact the teacher coordinator before resigning.

2. The parent agrees to:
      Placement of the student in a selected cooperative training business.
      Provide a method of getting to and from work according to the work schedule.
      Promote the value of the student's experience by cooperating with the employer and teacher.
      Assume full responsibility for any action or happening pertaining to student trainee from the time
                    he or she leaves school untill reporting to the employer.

3. The teacher on behalf of the school , agrees to:
      Give systematic instruction at the school to enable the student to better understand and carry out his or her
                 duties and responsibilities in the training session
      Visit the student on the job at intervals for the purpose of supervising her or him to insure that he or she gets
                 the most out of the cooperative training experience
      Work with the employer, student and parents to provide the best possible training for the student.

4. The employer agrees to:
      Provide the student with opportunities to learn how to do many jobs in the business according to the Plan
      Assign the student new responsibilities only when in the judgment of the employer, she or he can handle them.
      Train the student, when and where possible, in the ways which he or she has found desirable in doing their own work.
      Assist the teacher to make an honest appraisal of the student's performance.
      Avoid subjecting the student to unneccesary hazards.
      Contact the teacher coordinator before discharging the student-learner.

5. All Parties Agree To:
       A period of the cooperative training program which will:
         Start:                                                            End:
         Working hours during the cooperative training program will include:
         Days during the week
         Hours during week days
         Hours on weekends
         Discuss the issues of any misunderstanding or termination of employment before ending employment.

                           Beginning wage of                               per hour.



We the undersigned, have read and understand the purpose and intent of this understanding.

Student                                                                    Employer
                                                                  (date)                                                          (date)

Parent                                                                     Teacher
                                                                  (date)                                                          (date)




3697bd04-492d-4e00-9ca8-86d90a1360961                             Agreements                                                          Page 8
       Enterprise Budget                                            0
               Income Items:             Value/Unit             Item Totals    Total Value




                                                            Total Income (A) $         -

Variable Costs:                          Value/Unit             Item Totals    Total Value




                                                      Total Variable Costs (B) $       -
Fixed Costs:                             Value/Unit             Item Totals    Total Value




                                                        Total Fixed Costs (C) $        -
Profit or Return                                              (A - B - C = D) $        -




3697bd04-492d-4e00-9ca8-86d90a1360961   Budget                                         Page 9
                Activities                                                    0
  Date    Leadership Activities, CDEs, other FFA
                                                        Chapter Level   District   State   National
 (M-YY)           Activities and Awards




  Date       Offices, Major Committees, Public
                                                        Chapter Level   District   State   National
 (M-YY)        Speaking, Parli Pro Activities




  Date     Leadership Activities in the School and
                                                         Local Level    District   State   National
 (M-YY)                Community




3697bd04-492d-4e00-9ca8-86d90a1360961                Activities                                       Page 10
       Current Inventory Statement                                          0
A. Investment in harvested and growing crops:                  Beg Value        Ending Value   Enterprise
                  Description                    Quantity        1/1/08           12/31/08      Number




                                                     TOTAL                 $0            $0
B. Investment in feed, seed, fertilizer, chemicals, supplies, prepaid
   expenses, and other current assets:                           Beg Value    Ending Value     Enterprise
                  Description                       Quantity       1/1/08       12/31/08        Number




                                                  TOTAL                    $0             $0




3697bd04-492d-4e00-9ca8-86d90a1360961                    Current                                            Page 11
       Current Inventory Statement                                         0
C. Investment in merchandise, crops and livestock purchases for resale:
                                                            Beg Value          Ending Value   Enterprise
                 Description                    Quantity      1/1/08             12/31/08      Number




                                                TOTAL                     $0             $0
D. Investment in raised market livestock and poultry:
                                                             Beg Value         Ending Value   Enterprise
                   Description                 Quantity        1/1/08            12/31/08      Number




                                                TOTAL                     $0             $0




3697bd04-492d-4e00-9ca8-86d90a1360961                  Current                                             Page 12
            Non-Current Inventory                                                  $0
E. Investment in non-depreciable draft, pleasure, or breeding livestock
    and poultry:                                                   Beginning Value      Ending Value        Enterprise
                    Description                      Quantity           1/1/08            12/31/08           Number




                                                        TOTAL                     $0                   $0
F. Investment in depreciable draft, pleasure or breeding livestock:
                                         Acquisition  Depreciation   Beginning Value    Ending Value        Enterprise
             Description                    Cost     Claimed to Date      1/1/08          12/31/08           Number




                                             $0.00            $0.00               $0                   $0



3697bd04-492d-4e00-9ca8-86d90a1360961                  Non-Current                                                  Page 13
            Non-Current Inventory                                                       $0
G. Investment in machinery, equipment, and fixtures:
                                        Acquisition   Depreciation        Beginning Value    Ending Value        Enterprise
               Description                 Cost       Claimed to Date          1/1/08          12/31/08           Number




                                              $0.00               $0.00                $0                   $0
H. Investment in depreciable land improvements, buildings, and fences:
                                       Acquisition  Depreciation   Beginning Value           Ending Value        Enterprise
            Description                   Cost     Claimed to Date      1/1/08                 12/31/08           Number




                                              $0.00               $0.00                $0                   $0



3697bd04-492d-4e00-9ca8-86d90a1360961                     Non-Current                                                    Page 14
            Non-Current Inventory                                    $0
I. Investment in land:                                 Beginning Value    Ending Value        Enterprise
                   Description          Quantity            1/1/08          12/31/08           Number




                                        TOTAL                       $0                   $0




3697bd04-492d-4e00-9ca8-86d90a1360961    Non-Current                                                  Page 15
                              Ledger sheet for :                     0
              Account Codes for Expenses                           Account Codes for Income
                                                                  Cash profit or loss to Paid    Unpaid
                      Enterprise
                                                                         date            Hours   Hours
   #1                     1                                               $           -   0.0     0.0
   #2                     2                                               $           -   0.0     0.0
   #3                     3                                               $           -   0.0     0.0
   #4                     4                                               $           -   0.0     0.0
   #5                     5                                               $           -   0.0     0.0

                                                                 Account                Paid     Unpaid
  Date               Description                    Enterprise             $ Amount
                                                                  Code                  Hours    Hours




3697bd04-492d-4e00-9ca8-86d90a1360961              Ledger                                        Page 16
                             Ledger sheet for :            0




3697bd04-492d-4e00-9ca8-86d90a1360961             Ledger       Page 17
                       Non SAE Income and Expenses
   Code                                             Total             Code                                       Total
     4.1   Non SAE / Ag Expenses            $               -           5.1   Non SAE / Ag Income           $            -
     4.2   Non Ag Expenses                  $               -           5.2   Non Ag Income                 $            -
     4.3   Educational Expenses             $               -           5.3   Gifts, Inheritances, Awards   $            -
     4.4   Non SAE Inventory Purchases      $               -           5.4   Non SAE Inventory Sales       $            -
     4.5   Taxes & FICA                     $               -           5.7   Unpaid Hours - Non Ag              0.0


                      Use only to row 247                                          Total Paid Hours               0
                                                0                                 $ Amount or                   Paid
 Date                          Item                             Code              Unpaid Hours                  Hours




3697bd04-492d-4e00-9ca8-86d90a1360961                       Non SAE                                                   Page 18
                                    0              $ Amount or    Paid
 Date                    Item               Code   Unpaid Hours   Hours




3697bd04-492d-4e00-9ca8-86d90a1360961   Non SAE                      Page 19
Income and Expense Summary of Entrepreneurship
   Supervised Agricultural Experience Program                                                          0
                                                                  Enterprises              12/31/2008

                                                   #1    #2           #3        #4   #5        Total
1. Current/Operating Income
 a. Closing Current/ Operating Inventory           $0        $0        $0       $0   $0         $0
 b. Beginning Current/ Operating Inventory         $0        $0        $0       $0   $0         $0
 c. Change in Current/ Operating Inventory (a
                                                   $0        $0        $0       $0   $0         $0
    minus b)
 d. Cash Sales (3.1)                               $0        $0        $0       $0   $0         $0
 e. Value of Products Used at Home (3.2)           $0        $0        $0       $0   $0         $0
 f. Value of Production Transferred or Bartered
                                                   $0        $0        $0       $0   $0         $0
    (3.3)
 g. Value of Ag Labor Exchanged for Non-Cash
                                                   $0        $0        $0       $0   $0         $0
    Operating Expenses(3.4)
 h. Total Current/Operating Income                 $0        $0        $0       $0   $0         $0

2. Current/Operating Expenses
 a. Current/ Operating Inventory Purchased (2.1)   $0        $0        $0       $0   $0         $0
 b. Cash Current/ Operating Expenses-Feed (2.2)    $0        $0        $0       $0   $0         $0
 c. Non-Cash Current/ Operating Expenses-Feed
                                                   $0        $0        $0       $0   $0         $0
    (2.3)
 d. Cash Current/ Operating Expenses-Other (2.4)   $0        $0        $0       $0   $0         $0
 e. Non-Cash Current/ Operating Expenses-Other
                                                   $0        $0        $0       $0   $0         $0
    (2.5)
 f. Total Current/ Operating Expenses (add a
                                                   $0        $0        $0       $0   $0         $0
    thru e)
3. Net Current/Operating Income                    $0        $0        $0       $0   $0         $0

4. Non-Current/Capital Transactions
 a. Closing Non-Current/Capital Inventory          $0        $0        $0       $0   $0         $0
 b. Non-Current/Capital Sales (3.5)                $0        $0        $0       $0   $0         $0
 c. Beginning Non-Current/Capital Inventory        $0        $0        $0       $0   $0         $0
 d. Non-Current/Capital Purchases (2.6)            $0        $0        $0       $0   $0         $0
 e. Net Capital Transactions (a+b minus c minus    $0        $0        $0       $0   $0         $0
    d)


5. RETURN TO CAPITAL LABOR
  & MANAGEMENT (3 + 4e)                            $0        $0        $0       $0   $0

6. TOTAL RETURN TO CAPITAL
  LABOR & MANAGEMENT                                          Year Total                  $0




  3697bd04-492d-4e00-9ca8-86d90a1360961            Summary                                      Page 20
                                                                                                              0

Income and Expense Summary of Placement
   Supervised Agricultural Experience Program                                                        12/31/2008


                                              1/1/2008        to        12/31/2008


                                             Total Hours Worked

                                          Unpaid    Paid     Total    Gross     Total Expenditures     Net
                                            A        B       (A+B)   Earnings
                                                                                                     Earnings


# 1                  1                     0.0       0.0      0.0       $0             $0                $0


# 2                  2                     0.0       0.0      0.0       $0             $0                $0


# 3                  3                     0.0       0.0      0.0       $0             $0                $0


# 4                  4                     0.0       0.0      0.0       $0             $0                $0


# 5                  5                     0.0       0.0      0.0       $0             $0                $0


      Totals                               0.0       0.0      0.0       $0             $0                $0




  3697bd04-492d-4e00-9ca8-86d90a1360961     Summary                                                      Page 21
 ADE SAE Summary                                                                    0

                                                  1/1/2008            to            12/31/2008

 Summary of Entrepreneurship                 Return to Management                           $0

 Summary of Placement                        Net Income                                     $0

                                             Paid Hours                    0.0

                                             Unpaid Hours                  0.0


 Owners Equity Productively Invested                                                    $0



        Leadership Activities, CDEs,          Chapter     District   State       National
       other FFA Activities and Awards          0            0         0            0


        Offices, Major Committees,            Chapter     District   State       National
     Public Speaking, Parli Pro Activities      0            0         0            0


         Leadership Activities in the          Local      District   State       National
           School and Community                  0           0         0            0




3697bd04-492d-4e00-9ca8-86d90a1360961            Summary                                         Page 22
Financial Balance Sheet Statement                                                              0
                                                                                Beginning of       Ending of Year
A. Assets:                                                                      Year Value             Value
1. CURRENT/OPERATING ASSETS                                                      1/1/2008           12/31/2008
  a. Cash on-hand, checking and savings                                             $0                  $0
  b. Cash value --bonds, stocks, life insurance                                     $0                  $0
  c. Notes & accounts receivable                                                    $0                  $0
  d. Current/Operating Inventory
     1. Investment in harvesting and growing crops.                                 $0                  $0
     2. Investment in feed, seed, fertilizer, chemical, supplies,                   $0                  $0
        prepaid expenses, and other current/operating assets.
     3. Investment in merchandise, crops, and livestock purchased                   $0                  $0
        for resale.
     4. Investment in raised market livestock & poultry.                            $0                  $0
      other Current/Operating
     5. Total current assets Inventory                                              $0                  $0
  e. Subtotal-productively invested current/operating assets                        $0                  $0
       (1a+1b+1c+1d5)
   f. Non-productively invested personal assets                                     $0                  $0
  g.   Total current/operating assets                                               $0                  $0

2. NON-CURRENT/CAPITAL ASSETS:
   a. Non-current/capital inventory
       1. Investment in non-depreciable draft, pleasure and breeding                $0                  $0
          livestock and poultry.
       2. Investment in depreciable, draft, pleasure, and breeding livestock.       $0                  $0
       3. Investment in machinery, equipment and fixtures.                          $0                  $0
       4. Investment in depreciable land improvements, building and fences.         $0                  $0
       5. Investment in land.                                                       $0                  $0
       6. Subtotal-productively invested non-current/capital assets                 $0                  $0
  b. Non-productively invested personal non-current/capital assets.                 $0                  $0
  c. Total non-current/capital assets                                               $0                  $0
3. TOTAL PRODUCTIVELY INVESTED ASSETS                                               $0                  $0

4. TOTAL NON-PRODUCTIVELY INVESTED ASSETS                                           $0                  $0

5. TOTAL ASSETS                                                                     $0                  $0




  3697bd04-492d-4e00-9ca8-86d90a1360961                 Balance                                        Page 23
Financial Balance Sheet Statement (continued)                                                                0
                                                                                              Beginning of       Ending of Year
B. Liabilities & Equity                                                                       Year Value             Value
6. CURRENT/OPERATING LIABILITIES                                                               1/1/2008           12/31/2008
   a. Accounts and notes payable                                                                  $0                  $0
   b. Current/operating portion of non-current/capital debt                                       $0                  $0
     (the portion of non-current debt during this calendar year)
      Subtotal current/operating liabilities associated with productively invested
   c. Subtotal --current/operating liabilities associated with productively invested assets       $0                  $0
      assets. (a + b)
   d. Current/operating liabilities associated with non-productive personal assets                $0                  $0
7. TOTAL CURRENT/OPERATING LIABILITIES                                                            $0                  $0
8. NON-CURRENT/CAPITAL LIABILITIES:
   a. Notes & chattel mortgage (total notes & chattel mortgage minus current                      $0                  $0
      portions)
   b. Real estate mortgages, contracts (total real estate mortgages; contracts                    $0                  $0
      minus current portions)
   c. Other non-current/capital liabilities (total other non-current/capital liabilities          $0                  $0
      minus current/operating portions)
   d. Subtotal - non-current/capital liabilities associated with productively                     $0                  $0
      invested assets       (a+b+c)
   e. Non-current/capital liabilities associated with non-productive personal                     $0                  $0
      assets.
   f. Total non-current/capital liabilities                         (d+e)                         $0                  $0
9. TOTAL LIABILITY ON PRODUCTIVE ASSETS                                                           $0                  $0
10. TOTAL LIABILITY ON NON-PRODUCTIVE/PERSONAL ASSETS                                             $0                  $0
11. TOTAL LIABILITIES                                                                             $0                  $0

12. OWNER'S EQUITY/NET WORTH
   a. Productively invested                                                                       $0                  $0
   b. Non-productively personally invested                                                        $0                  $0
   c. Total Owners Equity/Net Worth                                                               $0                  $0
13. Change in Productively Invested Owner's Equity
   (Line 12a, column B minus 12a, column A)                                                                           $0
14. Change in Non-Productively/Personal Invested Owner's Equity
   (Line 12b, column B minus 12b, column A)                                                                           $0
15. Gain or Loss in Owner's Equity                                                                                    $0
16. Working Capital                                                                               $0                  $0
   (total current/operating assets minus total current/operating liabilities)
17. Current Ratio                                                                                 $0                  $0
   (total current/operating assets divided by current/operating liabilities)                     to $1               to $1
18. Debt-To-Equity Ratio                                                                        #DIV/0!             #DIV/0!
   (Total liabilities divided by total owner's equity/net worth)                                 to $1               to $1




   3697bd04-492d-4e00-9ca8-86d90a1360961                           Balance                                           Page 24
   Summary of Productively Invested Capital                                                          0
                                                                                        Ending Value of Current Year
                                                                                               ONLY, ending:
19 Supervised Agricultural Experience Program Equity                                                     12/31/2008
      Total of productively invested
   a. Accounts and notes payable equity                                                                      $0
      Total educational expenses
   b. Current/operating portion of non-current/capital debt                                                  $0
      (ONLY tuition, fees books are allowable on this line item)
      Total productively invested equity
   c. Subtotal - current/operating liabilities associated with productively invested assets                  $0
20. Total Non-Productive/Personally Invested Equity                                                          $0
21. Total Equity                                                                                             $0
22. Non-Supervised Experience Program Income
   a.   Student's earnings and income from agricultural activities not part of an SAE                        $0
   b.   Earnings from non-agricultural activities                                                            $0
   c.   Income other than earnings (gifts, inheritances, awards, etc)                                        $0
   d.   Total non-supervised experience program income                                                       $0
   e.   Taxes and FICA                                                                                       $0
   f.   Net non-supervised experience program income                                                         $0
23. Total Qualifying Productively Invested Equity                                                            $0
24. Value of Unpaid Labor                                                                                    $0
25. Adjusted Qualifying Productively Invested Equity                                                         $0


   D. Summary of Source and Use of Funds:
26. Earnings from Supervised Agricultural Experience Program
   a.   Student's return to capital, labor and management                                                    $0
   b.   Grand total net earnings from wage earnings                                                          $0
   c.   Total SAE Earnings                                                                                   $0
   d.   Value of unpaid labor                                                                                $0
   e    Adjusted total SAE earnings                                                                          $0
27. All Other Earnings and Income
   a.   Student's earnings & income from agricultural activities not part of the SAE                         $0
   b.   Total agricultural related earnings                                                                  $0
   c.   Earnings from non-agricultural activities                                                            $0
   d.   Income other than earnings                                                                           $0
   e.   Total non-agricultural related income                                                                $0
   f.   Total source of funds                                                                                $0
28. Use of Funds
   a. Total educational expenses                                                                             $0
   b. Taxes and FICA                                                                                         $0
   c. Total use of funds for personal expenditures                                                           $0
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    2.2   Cash Feed Expense             $                3.2   Value of Home Use           $
    2.3   Non Cash - Feed Expense       $                3.3   Bartered Income             $
    2.4   Cash - Other Expense          $                3.4   Labor Excange Income        $
    2.5   Non Cash - Other Expense      $                3.5   Non Current Capital Sales   $
    2.6   Capital Purchases             $                3.6   Wages                       $
    2.7   Wage Expenses                 $                3.7   Unpaid Hours
    2.8   Taxes and FICA                $

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           this ownership SAE. How do you think these skills, competencies, and knowledge
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 1.0 DEVELOP A PLAN FOR A CAREER IN AGRICULTURAL BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT
CO Analyze the variety of career options in: agribusiness systems; animal systems; environmental service
 1.1 systems; food products & processing systems; natural resource systems; plant systems; and power,
     structural & technical systems
     Develop career goals based on interests, attitudes and research, and record in the long-ranged
 1.2
     annual Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) program plan
 1.3 Write, review and revise plan/goals through an annual long ranged SAE program plan
 1.4 Manage personal and career goals through an annual long ranged SAE program plan
 1.5 Describe factors that contribute to job satisfaction and success

 2.0 PREPARE FOR EMPLOYMENT IN AGRICULTURAL BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT
     Develop a resume and sample cover letter utilizing data from the SAE Record and Planning book and from
 2.1
     the Job Interview CDE
 2.2 Create a personal portfolio with industry-specific work samples
 2.3 Complete a job application process, including electronic applications
 2.4 Demonstrate customer service skills
 2.5 Demonstrate interviewing skills utilized in any FFA Career Development Event (CDE)

 2.6
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       Apply researched company/agency information for the purpose of preparing for the interview process

 3.0   PARTICIPATE IN SUPERVISED AGRICULTURAL EXPERIENCES [SAE]
 3.1   Demonstrate understanding and use of technology appropriate for the SAE or career goals
 3.2   Demonstrate workplace leadership and teamwork skills and behaviors
 3.3   Demonstrate positive attitudes in person and through communication technology
 3.4   Demonstrate positive interpersonal behaviors
 3.5   Demonstrate safe and healthy workplace behaviors
 3.6   Recognize and adapt to changes in the workplace
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 3.7                  KINGMAN HIGH SCHOOL
       Participate in a variety of SAE paid or non-paid work experiences
 3.8   List skills and competencies for selected SAE or career
 3.9   Complete Arizona SAE Record and Planning book
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 4.0 DEMONSTRATE ORAL COMMUNICATION SKILLS
     Through research, collect appropriate topical information and data as would be utilized for any FFA CDE that
 4.1 would require oral communication skills
 4.2 Use questioning techniques to obtain needed information from audience
 4.3 Interpret verbal and nonverbal communications of audience
 4.4 Demonstrate active listening skills
 4.5 Demonstrate use of technologies for a formal presentation
 4.6 Deliver presentation incorporating verbal and nonverbal communication techniques
 4.7 Communicate using effective and suitable language for a diverse audience
 4.8 Demonstrate effective telephone techniques
 4.9 List appropriate skills for oral customer communication
4.10 Participate in any FFA CDE that requires oral communication
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5.0 DEMONSTRATE WRITTEN COMMUNICATION SKILLS
    Through research, collect appropriate topical information and data as would be utilized in any FFA CDE
5.1
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5.2 Organize information and develop an outline
5.3 Credit sources of information in appropriate written format
5.4 Prepare business communication using appropriate written format for the situation
5.5 Prepare draft document using established rules for grammar, spelling and sentence construction
5.6 List appropriate skills for written customer communication
5.7 Utilize electronic format for written and presentation communications
5.8 Participate in any FFA CDE that requires written communication

    EVALUATE THE ROLE OF AGRICULTURAL BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT INDUSTRIES IN THE
6.0 ECONOMY
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    Evaluate the roles of agricultural business and management industries in local, state, national and
6.1
    international economies
    Compare and contrast the advantages and disadvantages of sole proprietorships, partnerships and
6.2
    corporations
6.3 Develop a business plan
6.4 Conduct an employee needs analysis for the organization based upon a business plan
    Research business locations, facilities and equipment needs for the organization based upon the business
6.5
    plan
6.6 Analyze the relationship of customer service and customer satisfaction on the success of a business
    Participate in any FFA CDE that requires knowledge or use of business plans, customer service skills and/or,
6.7
    customer satisfaction data.

      DEMONSTRATE BUSINESS AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT PRACTICES NEEDED IN
7.0
      AGRICULTURAL BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT INDUSTRIES
      Research and identify costs associated with supplying services in the Agricultural Business and
7.1
      Management field
7.2   Interpret financial information for decision making and planning
7.3   Monitor and adjust business operation based on financial performance
7.4   Demonstrate knowledge of checking and savings accounts and the ability to balance a checkbook
7.5   Develop a Risk Management plan for SAE or business
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      Utilize the SAE record and planning book to record the business and financial management practices for all
7.6
      SAEs

8.0 EVALUATE LEADERSHIP STYLES APPROPRIATE FOR THE WORKPLACE
8.1 Describe how personal characteristics affect leadership ability
8.2 Investigate and evaluate leadership and management styles
8.3 Describe how cultural and ethnic differences affect leadership styles within a group
    Describe how cultural and ethnic differences affect interpersonal interactions, teamwork and communications
8.4
    within a group
8.5 Describe different business etiquette practices

9.0 PARTICIPATE IN LEADERSHIP ACTIVITIES AS PROVIDED BY THE FFA ORGANIZATION
9.1 Describe roles and responsibilities that FFA leaders and members bring to an organization
9.2 Evaluate characteristics and importance of an effective team player
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  9.3 Evaluate characteristics of effective teams
  9.4 Demonstrate teamwork through participation in CDE teams
  9.5 Practice techniques to involve each member of the team
  9.6 Practice effective meeting management through participation at FFA meetings
      Develop and implement a personal and professional improvement plan as shown in the SAE Record and
  9.7
      Planning book
  9.8 Participate in FFA Career Development Events
  9.9 Practice decision-making process
 9.10 Participate in leadership activities through FFA offices and committees

 10.0   DEMONSTRATE LABORATORY PROCEDURES AND SAFETY PRACTICES
 10.1                                    STANDARDS/COURSE MATRIX
        Demonstrate safe practices in a home, classroom, laboratory and work situation
 10.2   Identify careers that involve working with hazardous biological materials
 10.3   Know the value of safety to employees
 10.4   Discuss the impact of safety compliance on business
 10.5   Identify safety precautions associated with biotechnology
 10.6   Safely operate and maintain equipment

 11.0   DESCRIBE ANIMAL HEALTH NEEDS
 11.1                                  organs in mammals
        Explore the cells, tissues and COMPETENCY/COURSE MATRIX
                                 COMPETENCY/COURSE MATRIX
 11.2   Describe the epidermis system
 11.3   Describe the musculoskeletal system
 11.4   Describe the nervous system
 11.5   Describe the circulatory system
 11.6   Describe the respiratory system
 11.7   Describe the digestive system
 11.8   Describe the urinary system
 11.9   Describe the reproductive system
11.10   Describe the endocrine system
11.11   Discuss how biotechnology has influenced mammal health
11.12   Explain how biotechnology has influenced mammal medicines
11.13   Compare the impact of biotechnology on the length and quality of mammal life
11.14   Explore careers in the health care field and/or veterinary care field
11.15   Explore benefits to health care that have resulted from advances in technology

 12.0   DESCRIBE BASIC PRINCIPLES OF NUTRITION
 12.1   Define the essential nutrients
 12.2   Explore the nutritional needs of humans
 12.3   Explore the nutritional needs of animals
 12.4   Explore the nutritional needs of plants
 12.5   Explain the process of food digestion
 12.6   Describe nutrient absorption
 12.7   Identify common nutrient problems
 12.8   Compare the impact of biotechnology on the production, processing, storage and preparation of food
 12.9   Discuss how biotechnology has improved nutrition
12.10   Explore careers in the field of nutrition
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13.0   EXAMINE THE INTERACTION OF BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS WITHIN THE ENVIRONMENT
13.1   Discuss the different classifications of natural resources in the environment
13.2   Identify fossil fuels found in the environment
13.3   Describe soil resources found in the environment
13.4   Identify the effects of pest control methods on the environment
13.5   Discuss environmental issues related to water resources
13.6   Identify air and atmospheric resources
13.7   Describe the effects of technology and biotechnology on the environment
13.8   Explore careers related to natural resources and the environment
13.9   Describe benefits to the environment as a result of advances in technology

14.0   DESCRIBE PRINCIPLES OF PLANT GROWTH PRODUCTION
14.1   Identify parts of plants and their functions
14.2   Explore methods of classifying plants
14.3   Recognize the physiological needs of plants
14.4   Explain plant reproduction
14.5   Investigate plant tissue culture techniques
14.6   Explore careers that utilize biotechnology skills in the growth and production of plants
14.7   Discuss the effects of plant biotechnology in sustainable agriculture systems

15.0   DESCRIBE PRINCIPLES OF ANIMAL GROWTH AND PRODUCTION
15.1   Recognize the physiological needs of living animals
15.2   Explore animal health control practices
15.3   Explain animal reproduction practices
15.4   Describe the use of biotechnology in animal growth and reproduction
15.5   Explore careers in animal growth and production

16.0   USE SCIENTIFIC PROCESSES TO ANALYZE DATA
16.1   Formulate predictions, questions, or hypotheses based on observations
16.2   Evaluate appropriate resources
16.3   Illustrate the scientific method
16.4   Design and conduct controlled investigations
16.5   Identify new and innovative food products developed as a result of advances in technology
16.6   Analyze data to explain results and propose further investigations
16.7   Design models
16.8   Communicate results of investigations

17.0   ANALYZE THE RELATIONSHIPS WITHIN LIVING SYSTEMS
17.1   Explain the role of the cell and cellular processes
17.2   Examine the molecular basis of heredity and resulting genetic diversity
17.3   Analyze the relationships among various organisms and their environment
17.4   Portray the scientific principles and processes involved in biological evolution
17.5   Analyze the organization of living systems
17.6   Recognize the role of energy within living systems
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 18.0 DISCUSS BIOETHICAL ISSUES
 18.1 Explore the ethical considerations related to using biotechnology to improve human health
 18.2 Discuss ethical considerations related to using biotechnology to produce and process human food
 18.3 Identify ethical considerations related to using biotechnology to improve the production of animals
      Describe the ethical considerations businesses face when deciding to sell food produced using
 18.4
      biotechnology techniques

 19.0   DESCRIBE FOOD SAFETY AND PROCESSING PRACTICES
 19.1   Identify food safety practices
 19.2   Evaluate appropriate resources
 19.3   Examine the effects of biotechnology on food safety and processing techniques
 19.4   Design and conduct controlled investigations

 20.0   INVESTIGATE ETHICS IN THE AGRICULTURE INDUSTRY
 20.1   Assess ethics
 20.2   Evaluate business dealings with friends, family, or competitors
 20.3   Evaluate pricing and sales incentives
 20.4   Evaluate potential environmental damage of agriculture practices
 20.5   Evaluate sustainable agriculture

 21.0 INVESTIGATE APPROVED BIOTECHNOLOGY TECHNIQUES
      Specify methods and requirements by which an organism’s genetic code can be altered using biotechnology
 21.1
      techniques
 21.2 Explain the process of embryo transfer techniques
 21.3 Demonstrate propagation techniques using tissue culture
 21.4 Detect biotechnology techniques that have contributed to improve health
 21.5 Explore methods of using biotechnology to improve production
 21.6 Justify the purposes and processes of growth regulators
 21.7 Describe how scientists continue to investigate and critically analyze DNA cloning
 21.8 Express the use of jumping genes
 21.9 Examine careers in the biotechnology industry
21.10 Analyze how specific cultural and/or social issues promote or hinder scientific advancements
21.11 Report new agricultural products developed as a result of advances in technology

 22.0   INVESTIGATE APPROVED PRACTICES OF DISEASE CONTROL
 22.1   Differentiate between common diseases
 22.2   Assess symptoms of common diseases and parasites
 22.3   Evaluate economic impact of diseases on production
 22.4   Compare methods by which diseases are spread
 22.5   Evaluate the most economical and environmentally safe disease control and prevention methods
 22.6   Conduct an investigation on an infected field/organism
 22.7   Record observations, notes, sketches, questions, and ideas during the investigation
 22.8   Propose corrective actions needed to treat an infected field/organism
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 23.0   INVESTIGATE APPROVED NUTRITIONAL PRACTICES
 23.1   Determine the essential nutrients for organisms and describe their importance
 23.2   Research common nutrient deficiency symptoms and treatment options
 23.3   Recommend nutrient and quantity requirements
 23.4   Evaluate diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of nutrient deficiency
 23.5   Inspect supplemental and additive ration/fertilizer composition
 23.6   Prepare tissue samples for testing and diagnosis
 23.7    Test methods of fertilizer/nutrient application
 23.8   Compare the relationship between nutrient practices and yield amounts

 24.0 ANALYZE THE INTERACTION AMONG ENVIRONMENTAL AND NATURAL RESOURCES SCIENCES
 24.1 Evaluate environmental and natural resource sciences
      Demonstrate how dynamic processes such as weathering, erosion, and sedimentation relate to redistribution
 24.2
      of materials in the earth system
 24.3 Investigate soil morphology
 24.4 Illustrate land-use and water-use planning
      Explain factors that impact current and future water quantity and quality including surface, ground, and local
 24.5
      water issues
 24.6 Define bio-fuels and how they are effect the environment
 24.7 Describe how human activities and natural causes can lead to pollution
 24.8 Evaluate the effectiveness of conservation practices on environmental quality and biodiversity
 24.9 Research careers in environmental sciences

      INVESTIGATE ENVIRONMENTAL AND ECONOMICAL IMPACTS OF INTEGRATED PEST
 25.0
      MANAGEMENT OPTIONS
 25.1 Classify common pests, including insects and noxious weeds
 25.2 Evaluate economic impact of pests on plant production
 25.3 Predict methods by which pests spread
 25.4 Recognize signs of pest damage
 25.5 Identify thresholds created for specific pests
 25.6 Select and propose the most economical and environmentally safe pest control method
 25.7 Identify GMO crops and their role in the agriculture industry
 25.8 Read and interpret pesticide labels
 25.9 Select and wear protective clothing for applying pesticides
25.10 Apply pesticide effectively

 26.0   DEMONSTRATE AGRISCIENCE MECHANIC APPLICATIONS
 26.1   Demonstrate personal and group safety
 26.2   Develop a bill of materials for a specific task
 26.3   Develop a structural plan for a specific task
 26.4   Demonstrate appropriate wood fabrication techniques
 26.5   Demonstrate appropriate metal fabrication techniques
 26.6   Demonstrate appropriate oxy-fuel cutting techniques used in agriculture
 26.7   Demonstrate appropriate plasma cutting techniques used in agriculture
 26.8   Demonstrate appropriate plumbing fabrication techniques used in agriculture
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          Demonstrate appropriate safe connection of electrical components including motors, timers, and values in
   26.9
          both high and low voltage circuits used in agriculture
  26.10   Demonstrate appropriate concrete and masonry practices commonly used in agriculture
  26.11   Demonstrate operation and maintenance of appropriate mechanical systems used in agriculture
  26.12   Demonstrate service and repair of appropriate mechanical systems
          Demonstrate appropriate land measurement and construction techniques commonly used in agriculture
  26.13
          which is to include optical, laser, and global positioning satellite systems
  26.14 Demonstrate principles and applications of various engines and machinery used in agriculture


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        APPLY KNOWLEDGE OF ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY TOMATRIX AND/OR MANAGE ANIMALS IN
27.C    A DOMESTICATED OR NATURALENVIRONMENT
        Analyze and evaluate nutritional requirements and environmental conditions to develop and
  27.1c
        implement a fertilization plan
        27.1.1c Describe functional differences in animal structures and body systems
        27.1.2c Classify animals according to anatomy and physiology

          Recognize the anatomy of animal species to understand how the body structures interact and affect
  27.2c
          animal health
          27.2.1c Identify selected animal parts from a diagram or on a real animal
          27.2.2c Identify ways that an animal’s health can be affected by anatomy/physiology problems

  27.3c Analyze a subject animal to determine the nature of its health status.
        27.3.1c Perform simple procedures in evaluating an animal’s health status
        27.3.2c Identify symptoms of diseases, illnesses, parasites, and other health-related problems
        27.3.3c Diagnose animal ailments.
        27.3.4c Implement disease prevention and health improvement program
        27.3.5c Identify and implement (i.e., treat) treatment options

28.C    RECOGNIZE ANIMAL BEHAVIORS TO FACILITATE WORKING WITH ANIMALS SAFELY
  28.1c Develop a safety plan for working with a specific animal.
        28.1.1c Identify plant structures (e.g., seeds)
        28.1.2c Describe physiological functions of plants
        28.1.3c Describe germination process and conditions

29.C    PROVIDE PROPER NUTRITION TO MAINTAIN ANIMAL PERFORMANCE
        Examine animal developmental stages to comprehend why nutrient requirements are different
  29.1c
        throughout an animal’s life cycle
        29.1.1c Recognize the different phases of an animal’s life cycle

          29.1.2c Select diets that provide the appropriate quantity of nutrients for each animal developmental stage


  29.2c
          Analyze a feed ration to determine whether or not it fulfills a given animal’s nutrient requirements
          29.2.1c Identify the differences between good and poor quality feedstuffs
          29.2.2c Create a balanced ration for a given animal
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          Analyze a feed ration to determine whether or not it fulfills a given animal’s nutrient requirements
          29.3.1c Use different types of feedstuffs (e.g., roughage, concentrates) to create a feed ration containing
          the appropriate amounts of required nutrients
          29.3.2c Use different forms of feedstuffs (e.g., pellets, cracked, rolled, ground) to create a diet that meets
          the needs of a specific animal

  29.4c Determine the most economical and efficient feeding program
        29.4.1c Investigate prices of different feedstuffs
        29.4.2c Compare the costs of feeding various rations
        29.4.3c Develop a feeding plan that is cost effective
        29.4.4c Identify risks involved with specific investments (i.e. feed trucks, silos, mills, etc.)

        KNOW THE FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE AN ANIMAL’S REPRODUCTIVE CYCLE TO EXPLAIN
30.C    SPECIES RESPONSE
        Analyze elements in the reproductive cycle to explain differences between male and female
  30.1c
        reproductive systems
        30.1.1c Identify the parts of male and female reproductive tracts on example animals
        30.1.2c Analyze the reproductive cycle of a given animal
        30.1.3c Evaluate animal readiness for breeding

  30.2c Discuss reproductive cycles to show how they differ from species to species
        30.2.1c Discuss the pros and cons of breeding through natural cover and artificial insemination
        30.2.2c Discuss the implications of genetic variation
        30.2.3c Describe techniques of artificial insemination
        30.2.4c Identify reproduction management practices (e.g., male to female ratios, age and weight for
        breeding, fertility and soundness for breeding, heat synchronization, flushing)

  30.3c Evaluate an animal to determine its breeding soundness
        30.3.1c Describe the procedure for determining an animal’s breeding readiness
        30.3.2c Identify and prevent problems associated with reproduction
        30.3.3c Select animals based on breeding soundness

  30.4c Investigate economic decisions relating to a breeding program
        30.4.1c Analyze costs of various reproduction programs
        30.4.2c Compare the economical value of each breeding program
        30.4.3c Create a breeding program that is economically efficient

31.C    IDENTIFY ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS THAT AFFECT AN ANIMAL’S PERFORMANCE
  31.1c Recognize optimum performance for a given animal species
        31.1.1c Identify good performance for a given animal species
        31.1.2c Identify reasons why some animals perform better than others

  31.2c Create a program to develop an animal to its highest potential performance
        31.2.1c Identify factors that can be manipulated to control a given animal’s performance
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31.3c Assess an animal to determine if it has reached its optimum performance level

        31.3.1c Make appropriate changes in an animal’s environment in order to achieve optimum performance

        31.3.2c Use appropriate tools in manipulating animal performance

        Develop efficient procedures to produce consistently high-quality animals, wellsuited
31.4c
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        31.4.1c Identify a given species’ desirable production numbers (e.g., birth weight, rate of gain, age of
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        31.4.2c Evaluate desired traits (e.g., production) of animals.
        31.4.3c Evaluate the role that economics plays in animal production
        31.4.4c Design facilities appropriate for the production of a given species of animal
        31.4.5c Make decisions on using new techniques and methods in the production facility so that both profit
        and animal safety are maximized.
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             Note: This Checklist is to be used as a master document
             to determine if 100% of the standards (not measures) are
             being taught in a program. The number of measures a
             student attains can help determine the student's "Level
             of Attainment".
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          SAE Recordbook Evaluation Rubric 2008                                                                    0

SAE Page                Pts 10                           8 pts                          5 pts                          3 pts                 0 pts

  Cover       Complete, Capitalized, etc.,     Complete, Typing errors,                                       Many blanks or tying         No Cover
                                                                                Some incompletions
  Page         Two or more enterprises            <two enterprises                                                  errors                  Page

                        Pts 10                           8 pts                          5 pts                          3 pts                 0 pts
                 Beginning and Ending
                                                                               Missing beg or ending
Net Worth        Figures are complete,         Some figures are missing
                                                                                      figures
                                                                                                              Missing figures, errors     No Net Worth
                       accurate
                        Pts 10                           8 pts                          5 pts                          3 pts                 0 pts
                                                                                                                                               No
   Perf        Description, Progress and                                                                     Incomplete, Inaccurate
                                              Missing one of the previous        Vague information                                        Performance
  Review          Analysis complete                                                                               information
                                                                                                                                            Review
                        Pts 20                          16 pts                         10 pts                          6 pts                 0 pts
                Completed in a timely          Completed after the fact,          Missing important          Incomplete, Inaccurate           No
Agreements      manner, All Signatures            Mostly complete                    information                  information              Agreement

                        Pts 10                           8 pts                          5 pts                          3 pts                 0 pts
              Budget completed for each          Budget Completed.              Budget Incomplete,
                                                                                                             Budget Inaccurate and
  Budget             enterprise,                 Somewhat accurate,            Slightly Accurate, Non
                                                                                                                 non realistic
                                                                                                                                           No Budget
                 Realistic/accurate                  Realistic                         realistic
                        Pts 10                           8 pts                          5 pts                          3 pts                 0 pts
              8 or more activies above the                                                                   Few activities, no dates,
                                              All Activities are dated and
 Activities     Chapter level, dated and
                                                  accurately recorded
                                                                               Few activities, no dates        no activities above     No Activities
                   accurately recorded                                                                               chapter
                        Pts 10                           8 pts                          5 pts                          3 pts                 0 pts
                 Accurate and properly             Recorded, some                                            Inaccurately Recorded, No Inventory
 Inventory            recorded.                     inaccuracies
                                                                                Inaccurately recorded
                                                                                                               Missing information  when needed

                        Pts 20                          16 pts                         10 pts                          6 pts                 0 pts
              Ledger is accurate, Dates,                                                                         Ledger is poorly
                                              Ledger is mostly accurate,          Ledger is missing              completed. No
  Ledger        amounts are properly
                                               some dates are left out          important information
                                                                                                                                           No Ledger
                       recorded                                                                                  documentation,
                                                                                                                   unrealistic
                        Pts 20                          16 pts                         10 pts                          6 pts                 0 pts
              Ledger is accurate, Dates,                                                                         Ledger is poorly
                                              Ledger is mostly accurate,          Ledger is missing              completed. No
 Non SAE        amounts are properly
                                               some dates are left out          important information
                                                                                                                                           No Ledger
                       recorded                                                                                  documentation,
                                                                                                                   unrealistic
                        Pts 10                           8 pts                          5 pts                          3 pts                 0 pts
                                              Summary is incomplete due
               Summary is complete and                                           Summary is lacking           Summary is inaccurate
 Summary             accurate
                                                 to inaccuracies from
                                                                                  important pieces           and does not depict SAE
                                                                                                                                     No Summary
                                                   incomplete pages
                        Pts 10                           8 pts                          5 pts                          3 pts                 0 pts
               10 skills are documented,       8 skills are documented,       5 skills are documented        3 skills are documented,  No Skills
 Skills (E)      realistic and accurate         realistic and accurate.        realistic and accurate.        realistic and accurate. documented

                        Pts 10                           8 pts                          5 pts                          3 pts                 0 pts
                                                                                                                 Top 2 skills are
               Top 6 skills are identified,    Top 4 skills are identified,   Top 3 skills are identified,                                 No Skills
 Skills (P)     realistic and accurate.         realistic and accurate.        realistic and accurate.
                                                                                                              identified, realistic and
                                                                                                                                          documented
                                                                                                                      accurate.



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