State FFA Forestry Team-Placed 2nd in Washington State Spring 2021
Fall Class Descriptions:
3rd Forestry- 10:10-11:45 (*Potential Dual Credit with WVCC)
This class will focus on the Forestry topics covered in the FFA Forestry CDE. For specifics on the objectives and competencies covered please look at the CDE handbook from the National FFA website:
5th Advanced Ag- 12:10-1:40
This class will cover multiple topics throughout the semester including FFA Soils/Land Judging, Tractor Driving, community service projects as well as employment skills and public speaking. Students enrolled in this class will be encouraged to join FFA and participate in Career development Events this school year.
7th Robotics- 1:45-3:15
This semester class is an opportunity for you to become familiar with basic principles and skills needed for designing, engineering, fabricating, troubleshooting, programing and operating robotic equipment. Enrollment in this class doesn’t require you to be a member of school’s FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) the VIKotics, which season begins in January. However, we will be working with equipment from the FRC and I will encourage all students to join the FRC team for a great extra curricular opportunity.
4th CADD- 10:10-11:45
Students will learn how to design 3 dimensional parts and structures through the use of Onshape software which is free and web based so students can have access off campus to work on their projects. This class will utilize CNC equipment including our CNC router, 3d Printers, and our vinyl cutter to make personal projects. This will be a self paced class where student's grades will be based on effort and progress not aptitude or ability.
6th Structural Systems- 12:10-1:40
This Class is our Ag Mechanics class that focuses on Structural Systems. Please look at p. 10 of the FFA Ag Mech CDE Handbook for details of what competencies and objectives we will cover in this class.
the link to the handbook is:
8th Automotive Systems- 1:45-3:15 (*Potential Dual Credit with SCC)
This class is under our Mechanical Systems pathway of Agricultural power systems. The majority of this class content will be taught in a self paced modules on computers and then students will be able to enter the shop and work on projects based on the completion of the online modules. These lessons are all focusing on leading students to pass the entry level ASE certification.