• Traci Hendrix 
    Agriculture Science Department
    Room 1805/ Office 1810
    Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE)
    All students will complete an SAE for the course, which is outside of class experiential learning tied to classroom objectives. 
    The website used to track this project can be found by visiting www.theaet.com
    All students have a log-in and can access the site for tutorials anytime. 
    This will be worked on during class on occasion but will also require out of class work as well.
    Completing the SAE assignment:
    Students please remember that this is a 3 summative grade part of your course!  Follow directions closely and e-mail me with questions.  This is due by the day of your final exam!
    Log onto www.theaet.comChapter Number: tx1156, Username: flast (ex: thendrix), Password: 1234
    1. Fill out all sections of the "Profile" as they apply to you, leave blank "FFA" sections if they do not apply.
    2. Go to "Journal" and enter at least 75 in-class hours of activities for Principles and Elements of Floral Design.  Use your notebook and the course outline to help you remember activities we completed in class over the year.  *Remember each entry is ONE hour, except Wednesdays-those are TWO hours.
    3. Click "Develop your SAE/AET experience" and if you had a livestock project for the livestock show, enter it - follow the prompts.  If you did not have a livestock project then select "Plant Systems" and "Exploratory."  Name it: Floral Design Exploration and in the description field write a sentence about something you wanted to learn during Floral Design.

    In an effort to provide the most current Career Technical Education information to users (parents, community, educators) via a dynamic and mobile vehicle, the CTE department has created an application that can be downloaded to your smartphone, tablet, or used through the web on your PC or Mac. The application contains the list of CTE courses with details, flow chart for each career pathway, curriculum, a map of special CTE programs, certification requirements, videos, course guide, plus a lot more. The contents of the application is ever-changing.

    Check out this great new desktop and phone app for the Humble ISD CTE department.  Use the following url to download the app on your smartphone!  Thank you to Dr. Morris and the CTE department for their hard work on this great new tool.


    2012-2013 Courses:
    Livestock Production - 1/2 year
    prerequisite for Advanced Animal Science
    1st period (both semester)
    Principles of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources - 1 year
    introductory course for 1st year agriculture students
    2nd period
    Advanced Animal Science - 1 year
    *eligible for 4th science credit
    3rd period
    Wildlife, Fisheries, and Ecology - 1 year
    *Hunter Education and Boater Education certification available (test and fees apply)
    *Clay Trap Shooting team membership requires Hunter Education and passing grade in Wildlife, Fisheries, Ecology
    4th period
    Principles and Elements of Floral Design - 1 year
    eligible for Fine Art Credit, $25 lab fee, CERTIFICATION AVAILABLE (test and fees apply)
    5th period
     Try this short quiz to see what YOU know about agriculture!