Supervised Agricultural Experience Program
A student interested in the Supervised Agricultural Experience program (SAE) can begin the second semester as long as they have the following criteria met:
The student has completed or is currently enrolled in an agriculture class.
The student passes all classes during the semester prior to starting an SAE program.
The student has an approved job upon entering the SAE program (you must be employed in an approved job by the start of the class).
The student’s schedule allows for one or more periods to be listed as SAE and does not interfere with current diploma and graduation track (this would require a schedule change).
So, understanding these rules, if you are someone who is interested in SAE, stop by and see the Guidance Counselor Brandon Crowder.
Story by: Brittany Patton