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

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Small Animal Technology

Freshmen

Course work introduces students to dogs and cats, animal behavior and handling, vital signs and common diseases of pocket pets and introduction to grooming. 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 technology, veterinary technology and companion animal sales and services.


Sophomores

Course work introduces students to veterinary clinical 1 and 2, anatomy and physiology, first aid, lab animals and companion animal 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 animal technology.


Juniors

Course work introduces students to veterinary clinical skills 3, animal nutrition, advanced grooming, introduction to domestic animal training and animal health assessment. 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 animal technology.


Seniors

Course work includes animal advocacy, clinical skills 4 and 5, reproduction and genetics. 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 animal technology.




Curriculum

Animal_Tech_Food_Science_1_-_September_2007.pdf
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Animal_Tech_Food_Science_2_-_September_2007.pdf
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Animal_Tech_Food_Science_3_-_September_2007.pdf
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Animal_Tech_Food_Science_4_-_September_2007.pdf
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The Small Animal Technology and Food Science programs have divided into two seperate classes. Curriculum has been divided and will be updated to the website as soon as possible.

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