Robert Bollier

Phone: 803-821-3032

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

AA in Agriculture, Arkansas State University-Beebe BSA in Agricultural Education, Arkansas State University,

Robert Bollier

Teaching Experience
Lexington Technology Center, Lexington, SC 2014-present
Cheraw High School, Cheraw, SC  2005-2014
Martin’s Mill ISD, Ben Wheeler, TX  2002-2005
Drumright Public Schools, Drumright, OK  1998-2002
Wickes Public Schools, Wickes, AR  1993-1998

 Scott Tager

Phone: 803-821-3057

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

B.S. Clemson University

Scott Tager

Teaching Experience
Lexington Technology Center

  • Courses

     

    Agricultural Science and Technology for the Workplace (LTC) 562000CD
    Grades  9, 10, 11, 12 2 units
    Industry Credential Alignment: Bayer Crop Science Plant Science Certification 
    This course addresses essential concepts and practices related to plant and animal life. These include biotechnology, conservation of natural resources, and the impact of agriculture on the environment. Personal and community leadership, safety, and agricultural mechanical technology are also included. This course paired with two credits in either Environmental and Natural Resources, Animal and Plant Systems, or Horticulture completes a major.

    Agricultural Science and Technology (GHS, PHS) 562401CW 
    Grades 9, 10, 11, 12 1 unit
    This course is designed to teach essential concepts and understanding related to plant and animal life including biotechnology, the conservation of natural resources, and the impact of agriculture and natural resource utilization on the environment. Emphasis is placed on the role of agriculture in society and the importance of agriculture to the welfare of the world. Personal and community leadership, safety and agricultural mechanical technology are also covered. Each student is expected to design and participate in a supervised agricultural experience.

    Agricultural Mechanics and Technology (GHS, PHS) 566001CW 
    Grades 10, 11, 12 1 unit
    Prerequisite: Agriculture Science and Technology
    Agriculture Mechanics and Technology is designed as an introductory course to the Agriculture Mechanics Career Pathway. In addition, it provides development of general mechanical skills which are required in all areas of Agricultural Education.  Typical instructional activities include hands-on experiences in surveying, woodworking, metalworking, welding, small engine maintenance, basic farm and homestead improvements, participating in personal and community leadership development activities, planning and implementing a relevant school-to-work transition experience, and participating in FFA activities.

    Animal Science (LTC) 560800CD
    Grades 11, 10, 12 2 units
    Prerequisite: All students and their parent/guardians are required to complete a medical information and release form. 
    Industry Credential Alignment: Elanco Fundamentals of Animal Science 
    Animal Science is designed to teach technical knowledge and skills for careers in an animal production enterprise. Students develop competencies including selection, breeding, physiology, nutrition, health, housing, feeding, and marketing of farm and companion animals. Courses that complete this major include Agricultural Science and Technology, Small Animal Care, and Introduction to Veterinary Science.

    Environmental & Natural Resources 1 (LTC) 562800CD
    Grades 12, 11, 10, 9 2 units
    This course offers a combination of topics addressing conservation and/or improvement of natural resources such as air, soil, water, and land for economic and recreational purposes. Instruction emphasizes the establishment, management, and operation of land. Activities include constructing a model watershed, analyzing the biological and physical aspects of the environment, and measuring soil, air, water, noise and solid waste at a selected site. Paired with this course, Agriscience and Technology, Wildlife Management, Forestry, and Outdoor Recreation complete a major.

    Forestry (GHS, LTC, PHS) 564200CW
    Grades 12, 11, 10 1 unit
    Prerequisite: Agriculture Science and Technology (GHS, PHS)
    This course is designed to teach technical knowledge and skills for entry-level positions in the production, protection and management of timber and specialty forest resources. Typical instructional activities include: hands-on experiences with assessing environmental factors affecting forest growth; cruising timber; planting trees; managing an established forest; selecting, grading and marketing forest raw materials for conversion into a variety of consumer goods; harvesting timber or pulpwood; operating and maintaining equipment; managing forests for multiple-purpose uses such as game preserves and recreation; participating in personal and community leadership development activities; planning and implementing a relevant school-to-career transition experience.

    Greenhouse Technology (GHS, PHS, LTC) 567200CW
    Grades 12, 11, 10 1 unit
    Prerequisite: Agriculture Science and Technology (GHS, PHS)
    This course teaches technical knowledge and skills for entry-level positions in the production, processing and distribution of flowers, foliage and related plant materials. The course focuses on best management practices in field and greenhouse production of flowers and related plant materials and the ornamental arrangement of plant materials.

    Introduction to Veterinary Science (LTC) 561300CW 
    Grades 12, 11, 10 1 unit
    Prerequisite: All students and their parent/guardians are required to complete medical information and release form. 
    Industry Credential Alignment: Veterinary Medical Applications Certification 
    In this course, students explore the field of veterinary medicine and study the role of the veterinarian and veterinary technician in the diagnosis and treatment of animal diseases. Topics include veterinary terminology, anatomy and physiology, pathology, genetics, handling and restraint, and physical examinations along with common surgical skills. Students engage in laboratory activities and participate in shadowing and/or other work-based experiences.

    Landscape Technology (PHS) 567000CW
    Grades 10, 11, 12 1 unit
    Prerequisite: Agriculture Science and Technology (GHS, PHS)
    This course is designed to qualify students for job entry in the landscaping field or to prepare students to continue advanced training in post-secondary education. A combination of subject matter and activities is designed to teach technical knowledge and skills for entry-level positions in selling, selecting and servicing. Students use a CAD program as well as standard drafting techniques for landscape design.

    Small Animal Care (LTC) 561200CW
    Grades 12, 11, 10 1 unit
    Prerequisite: All students and their parent/guardians are required to complete medical information and release form. 
    The Small Animal Care course prepares students with technical knowledge and skills for those interested in a career as a veterinarian, veterinary technician, or other companion animal industry occupations. Typical instructional activities include hands-on experiences with cats, dogs, rabbits, fish, etc.; personal and community leadership development activities; and a relevant school-to-work transition experience.

    Wildlife Management (GHS, LTC, PHS) 567400CW
    Grades 12, 11, 10, 9 1 unit
    Prerequisite: Agricultural Science and Technology (GHS, PHS)
    This course prepares students with technical knowledge and skills for entry-level positions in the conservation and/or management of wildlife enterprises. Instruction includes hands-on experiences while analyzing problems and developing site plans, including essential elements, concepts and skills related to wildlife management, understanding basic ecological concepts; implementing habitat management practices, identifying wildlife and fish species, analyzing policies, laws and regulations, using natural resources for outdoor recreation, participating in personal and community leadership development, and planning and implementing supervised agricultural experience.