Wildlife, Fisheries and Ecology Management
Instructor: Mr. Brandon Noto
School Phone: 409-927-3209
Tutorials: By appointment
The course is designed to introduce students to laboratory sciences and experimentation through Wildlife and Fisheries Industry concepts. Some of the topics we will cover are listed below:
- Wildlife Management
- TPWD Hunters Education and Boater's Safety Course Certification
- Safe Hunting and Fishing Practices
- Explore the Fishing Industry
- Explore the Hunting Industry
- Complete a dissection of a quail
Major Objectives of Course:
This course allows students to develop knowledge and skills regarding career opportunities, personal development, globalization, industry standards, details, practices, and expectations.
Class Supply Fee
Each student enrolled in Wildlife is required to pay a $25 course fee. Please see the campus bookkeeper for questions.
Tests/Projects – 50% Daily – 20% Quizzes – 30%
Make-up assignments or test shall be made available to students after any absence but it is the responsibility of the student to come and ask for his/her make-up work. Students shall have the same number of days to complete make-up work as they were absent from the class. If not completed in the allotted time, the work falls under the guidelines of late work.
Policies, Procedures and Discipline
All agricultural science classrooms will follow the Santa Fe ISD teacher/student handbook. I would like to stress the following classroom policies:
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