A SAE program is the hands-on application of concepts and principles learned in the classroom.
Students are supervised by agricultural education teachers in cooperation with parents, employers and other adults who assist them in the development and achievement of their educational and career goals.
Sydney Finn works at a local florist learning to care for flowers and make arrangements.
Taylor Hall learns to work with her lamb.
Jessica Lopez learns to grow different vegetable varieties at her home.
Millie Lynch works with her parents to build a greenhouse in her back yard.
Justin Daniel shows his lamb at the local 4H show.
Christopher Bone cares daily for his chickens at his home.
Millie Lynch promotes agricultural literacy with this preschool class.
Here is Millis reading the book she made about the ABCs of agriculture.
Chapter ID: NC0012
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