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Mrs. Taylor Noble
Hello! My name is Taylor Noble and this is my third year teaching Agriculture and Professional Communication at Clark High School. I grew up in the Austin area in a small town called Florence and moved to the Dallas area after graduating college. I was involved in FFA all throughout high school and decided to become an Advisor for the organization. I went to Tarleton State University where I competed on the Meats Evaluation team and graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Agricultural Services and Development. When I'm not busy with school or FFA, I enjoy spending time with my family, reading, and crafting. I currently live in Fate, TX with my husband and our two extremely energetic dogs. I am so excited for this upcoming school year and can't wait to have kids back in the classroom!
For an introductory video, https://drive.google.com/file/d/1WzIxlOjYUN9l3wyRdzbmc-8VkyFdtlIi/view?usp=sharing
1st period: Professional Communications
2nd period: Small Animal Management
3rd period: Horticultural Science
4th period: Principles of Agriculture
5th period: Professional Communications
6th period: Small Animal Management
7th period: Conference
Tuesday- 8:15-8:45am or
Here is a brief description about each Agriculture class I offer:
1. Principles of Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources: This course is an introductory class that prepares students for careers in agriculture, food, and natural resources. The emphasis is on career opportunities, personal development, globalization, industry standards, details, practices, and expectations. Students will have opportunities to gain knowledge and skills related to plant and animal systems, food production, mechanical systems, entrepreneurship, leadership, and environmental sciences.
2. Small Animal Management: This course is designed to develop knowledge and skills pertaining to selection, ownership, nutrition, reproduction, health and management of a variety of small animals while also exploring career opportunities. This is a laboratory-oriented course that gives students hands-on experience in working with a variety of small animals to possibly include canines, felines, avian, hamsters, small mammals and amphibians. It is suggested that students enroll in Small Animal Management before Veterinary Medical Applications.
3. Livestock Production: This course is designed to develop knowledge and skills pertaining to selection, ownership, nutrition, reproduction, health and management of a variety of livestock animals while also exploring career opportunitities. This is a laboratory-oriented course that gives students hands-on experience in working with a variety of animals to possibly include cattle, sheep, goats, pigs, horses and chickens.
4. Horticultural Science: This course is designed to develop an understanding of common horticultural management practices as they relate to food and ornamental plant production The emphasis is on career opportunities, personal development, globalization, industry standards, details, practices, and expectations.
If you have questions about any of these courses, please ask your counselor or feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org