Students in the Wildlife and Fisheries class explore how pollution can affect groundwater by using a slice of bread. The bread represents the soil profile and using simple food coloring students can see how easily pollution could be carried through
In order for students to understand the workings of an animal body they must first know where they are inside of the body. Students learn directional terminology and planes to serve as clear communication when performing surgery and other procedures.
Students are designing and building a biofilter for our aquaculture system. Students work with Barry Moffett from Southern Aquatic. Students disassembled our existing biofilter and are replacing it with a new system.
Students in the Marysville Ag Science department had an opportunity to work side by side Luke Brill from Parrott Implement. Students learn how a combine works and how to be safe around them, both in the field and on the road.