Spencer Noble » WELCOME!

WELCOME!

Thanks for stopping by!  My name is Mr. Noble from Albion, Nebraska.  Prior to beginning my teaching career, I received my Bachelor's Degree in Agricultural Education with a minor in Animal Science from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln.  I started at Kearney High School in the fall of 2018 teaching Agriculture as well as leading the FFA chapter.  When I'm not busy teaching, you can usually find me spending my time with my family or doing something outdoors like hunting, fishing, or kayaking.  I'm excited for another year!
 
2022-2023 SCHEDULE:
 

Term 1:

Term 2:

Term 3:

Term 4:

Block 1

Natural Resources

Natural Resources

Plant Science

Plant Science

Block 2

Plan

Plan

Plan

Plan

Block 3

Natural Resources

Natural Resources

Vet Science

Wildlife Management

Block 4

Animal Science

Animal Science

Plant Science

Plant Science

Block 5

Plant Science

Plant Science

Intro to AFNR

Intro to AFNR

 
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- Course Offerings - 
 
Intro to Agriculture: This is an introductory course in agriculture, food, and natural resources.  It focuses on the study of agriculture and the eight career pathways, their interrelationship and the impact of increased human involvement in these systems.
Plant Science: The focus of this course is on the broad study of the basic principles of facts related to the plant science field and food and fiber crops produced within the United States.
Animal Science: This course focuses on the world of food and animal production. It includes world food production, genetics, livestock management and feeding, beef, dairy cattle, sheep, swine, poultry and horses.
Veterinary Science: This is a capstone course that provides instruction on animal husbandry topics related to livestock and companion animals that are served by a veterinarian.  This course includes breeding, grooming, care and marketing of companion animals.  Classroom and laboratory activities are supplemented through supervised agricultural experiences and leadership programs and activities.
Large Animal Management: This is a capstone course that includes advanced scientific principles and communication skills that build on the knowledge and skills learned in Animal Science.  Topics include animal waste management, animal-science economics, decision making, global concerns in the industry, genetics, and breeding.  Classroom and laboratory activities are supplemented through supervised agricultural experiences and leadership programs and activities.
Wildlife Management: This is a capstone course that has an emphasis on the conservation of natural resources including outdoor recreation topics.  This course provides students with the opportunity to understand and appreciate the importance of maintaining the land and ecological systems that enable non-domesticated animals to thrive.
Natural Resources: A course that provides an opportunity for students to increase awareness of the close ties among living organisms as well as natural and environmental concerns with the interrelationships of living organisms and the world around us.  Students are exposed to careers related to natural resource systems.