Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) is one of the integral components of the agriculture education program. This program is a requirement for all students, in all classes, and counts for 25% of each semesters class grade.
SAE stresses the real world application of classroom instruction and provides valuable life skills in employability, record keeping, marketing and entrepreneurship.
There are several types of SAE’s a student may participate in. They include: Placement, Volunteer, Entrepreneurship, Research, or Exploratory. A student may have multiple SAE’s. It is up to the student and parent/guardian to actively look for and find a student an appropriate SAE, and all SAE’s must be approved of by Mrs. Melino. Students are responsible for filling out a SAE recordbook in order to document their project (logging hours, skills learned, expenses, income etc…). Supervisors and/or parents are responsible for signing off and evaluating the student’s project.
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