Vernon E. Cleaves Agricultural Science & Technology
Lyman Hall High School

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Agricultural Mechanics


Freshmen

Course work introduces students to tractor driving, soils and turf management, plumbing, welding and cold metal work, wood working and athletic field layout. Students will be introduced to and participate in the Lyman Hall FFA Chapter. Students will start to develop a portfolio and build skills to prepare for college and future careers in agricultural mechanics and turf management.


Sophomores

Course work introduces students to athletic field maintenance, principles of electricity, welding, small gasoline engines, operation and maintenance of landscape equipment and golf course management. Students participate in the Lyman Hall FFA Chapter and continue to develop a portfolio and build skills to prepare for college and future careers in agricultural mechanics and turf management.


Juniors

Course work introduces students to facility construction, transit and site grading, equipment system maintenance, job interview, and boat construction. Students participate in the Lyman Hall FFA Chapter and continue to develop a portfolio and build skills to prepare for college and future careers in agricultural mechanics and turf management.


Seniors

Course work includes surveying, landscape construction, equipment overhaul, current trends in agriculture, golf course design, and an independent project. Students participate in the Lyman Hall FFA Chapter and continue to develop a portfolio and build skills to prepare for college and future careers

in agricultural mechanics and turf management.

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