Supervised Agriculture Experience

    SAE: Learning by Doing - A Supervised Agricultural Experience program (SAE) is a key component of agricultural education. While working on an SAE project, students learn to apply the concepts and principles taught in their agriculture classes to real-world problems and scenarios. A student selects an SAE project based on his or her interest in one of four areas:

    • Exploratory - Learn about the big picture of agriculture and its many related careers.
    • Research/Experimentation and Analysis - Conduct research and analyze information to discover new knowledge.
    • Ownership/Entrepreneurship - Plan and operate an agriculture-related business.
    • Placement - Work for a business or individual, either for pay or for the experience.
    SAE's are required to be kept by every student enrolled in Agriculture classes while at Peetz High School, and records kept on that SAE.
    Don't be nervous though, there are an amazing amount of choices out there and Mr. Forster can help to develop your SAE with the help of your parents.  Click me to find a list of possible SAE's that the National FFA has put together.

Last Modified on December 1, 2014