Welcome to Ms. Cauthen's site for Agricultural Education classes and FFA information! Upcoming events and general information will be housed here. For detailed documents and assignments, students will need to access their class Canvas page.
For more information about the MPHS FFA chapter, follow us on Instagram: mphs_ffa and at our chapter website: http://mpffa.theaet.com!
Updated weekly plans for each course can be viewed by clicking on the class webpage in the toolbar to the left.
Degrees and Certifications:
BS in Agricultural Education & Minor in Animal Science
Ms. Katie Cauthen
Ms. Cauthen was born and raised in Mt. Pleasant, NC, and is a third generation farmer on her family's small Black Angus farm where she has recently started sheep and poultry enterprises of her own. Upon graduating from Mt. Pleasant High School, she went on to earn her degree in Agricultural Education from NC State University, with a Minor in Animal Science.
Ms. Cauthen knew that she always wanted to call Mt. Pleasant home, and she jumped at the chance to begin her teaching career at MPHS. When she is away from the classroom, Ms. Cauthen spends her time volunteering at her church or working with her local Grange chapter. Her hobbies include caring for her livestock and poultry, hunting, fishing, cooking, collecting antiques, and painting.
"I have a passion for animal agriculture and wildlife management. There is no other place I would rather be than working with young people to make the agriculture industry thrive!"
You can access Canvas by either:
- clicking on the Canvas icon on the homepage of the MPHS website
- typing canvas.instructure.com in your URL bar
To log into Canvas as a student, type your CCS username and password.
Parents, you can access your student's Canvas course as an observer!
Use the links below to access your class Canvas pages:
The list of meterials below are recommended for success in Ms. Cauthen's agriculture classes!
1 (1/2 or 1 inch) Binder
Pack of Dividers (8 pack)
Crayons or Colored Pencils
Headphones (to use with Canvas video clips)
Barn Boots/Old Shoes (for Animal Science 1 & 2)