What is Agricultural Education?

    The agricultural education program at Big Sandy Junior/High School teaches students about agriculture food, and natural resources. Through these subjects, students develop a wide variety of skills including science, math, communications, leadership, management, and technology. 


    Agricultural Education is delivered through three interconnected components

    • Classroom or laboratory instruction
    • Supervised Agricultural Experiences: Experiences that apply what is learned in the classroom to real life situation outside the classroom
    • FFA/ Leadership Education


     Successful integration of each of these three components results in a strong program that produces well rounded individuals who are prepared to be leaders in agriculture, business, and industry


    Ag Teachers Creed

    I am an agricultural educator by choice, not by chance. 

    I believe in American agriculture; I dedicate my life to its development and the advancement of its people.

    I will strive to set before my students by my deeds and actions the highest standards of citizenship for the community, state, and nation.

    I will endeavor to develop professionally through study, travel, and exploration.

    I will not knowingly wrong my fellow teachers. I will defend them as far as honesty will permit. 

     I will work for the advancement of agricultural education and I will defend it in my community, state, and nation.

    I realize that I am a part of the public school system. I will work in harmony with school authorities and other teachers of the school.

    My love for youth will spur me on to impart something from my life that will help make for each of my students a full and happy future. 


    If you need anything at all or have any questions, feel free to contact me at bbernhardt@bigsandy.k12.mt.us