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Butler Tech Natural Science Center
Transcript of Butler Tech Natural Science Center
The National FFA Organization is an American youth organization, specifically a career and technical student organization, based on middle and high school classes that promote and support agricultural education
By: Chelsea Argo, Hannah Cochran, Ashley Campbell, and Sarah Emerson
ACTIVITIES THAT WE DO
Ride almost every day
In horse judging you usually have two halter classes and one riding class of any discipline. In the halter classes your mostly looking for the horse that has the best conformation (how the horse is built) and the horse that tracks the best (how the horse moves). The riding classes are judged based on the style. The general deductions are if the horse breaks gait (if it goes from canter to trot or trot to walk), if the horse is "fidgeting" to much, or if your horse doesn't have the "desired attitude".
QUARTER HORSE CONGRESS
KENTUCKY HORSE PARK
Project horses are provided for equine senior students. We are given un-broke/"green" broke horses to train in 100 days. In that 100 days we have to get our horses walking in strait lines, doing perfect circles in walk/trot/canter and they have to be able to get the correct leads every time. Also have to make sure they are desensitized and can load and unload in a trailer. At the end of that 100 days we compete against each other to see who has the "best" horse.
Junior year you work on the basics such as
Leads when cantering
Turn on the forehand/haunches
Split into experienced and non-experienced riding groups
Senior year we get into specific riding groups that we make up such as
Flatwork (English or Western)
Things we do and have done
Take care of animals every day and you get a new animal every week
NTHS(national technical honor society)
Annual Fruit sale for FFA
Take animals home over summer
Injections and treatments
CDE Competition/Golden Corral/Magic mountain
Taking care of animals every day( a new animal each week)
National Technical Honor Society
Taking animals Home over the summer
Sarah had the iguana (Lizardella)
Giving Treatments/drip rates
We start out the year by having two academic classes English and some form of Science. We work at double the speed that normal schools do, we finish a years worth of work in a semester. After Christmas break we have new academic classes; some sort of Math and Social Studies. Along with having new classes, we have new teachers.
Miss. Janes- Anatomy, Chemistry, and Environmental Science
Jess Payne- Teacher's assistant for Equine
Ms. Higgins- Government, Economics, Sociology, and Physiology
Mr. Spoerl- Equine and Animal Science
Mrs. Martin- Veterinarian Science
Mrs. Hall- English
Education Beyond Expectation
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