Ms. Emma Potter

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B.S. Animal Science M.A. Curriculum and Instruction in Agriculture Education

Ms. Emma Potter

Welcome to Animal Science I and II: Small and Large. All announcements, classwork, and projects will be found on Canvas and through Remind. Please log in with your student email.

Ms. Potter is from Torrington, Connecticut where she graduated from the University of Connecticut with a Bachelor's degree in Animal Science and a Master's degree in Curriculum and Instruction for Agriculture Education. 

Advisor for clubs: FFA and Hunter Safety

Central Cabarrus FFA Website

Q & A

  • Want to know more about FFA events?

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    Look at our Central Cabarrus FFA Page and be up to date on meetings and events!

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  • Interested in a CDE?

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    - Tractor & Truck Driving

    - Veterinary Science

    - Food Science Technology

    - Milk Quality & Products

    - Extemporaneous Speaking

    - Poultry Judging

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  • When do clubs meet?

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    - Hunter Safety - Every Thursday

    - FFA - Every 3rd Wednesday of the month

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Schedule

  • Schedule

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    Fall 2018 Schedule:

    Period 1 - Animal Science 1

    Period 2 - Animal Science 1

    Period 3 - Animal Science 2: Small

    Period 4 - Planning

     

    Spring 2019 Schedule:

    Period 1 - Animal Science 1

    Period 2 - Animal Science 1

    Period 3 - Planning

    Period 4 - Animal Science 2: Large

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What is Agriculture Education?

  •          Agricultural Education is the teaching of science, business and technology surrounding agriculture, natural resources, animal production, horticulture and land management through hands on experience and guidance. Agricultural Education first became a part of the public education system in 1917 when the U.S. Congress passed the Smith-Hughes Act. Today, over 800,000 students participate in formal agricultural education instructional programs offered in grades seven-adult throughout the 50 states and three U.S. territories.

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