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Scott Zehr


October 20, 2006

Mr. Zehr teaches 7 different courses throughout 2 years.  Freshmen are eligible for Introduction to Agriculture Industry.  Sophomores are eligible for Agriscience.  Juniors and Seniors are eligible for Turf and Landscape Management, Horticulture, Agricultural Mechanics, Agricultural Construction, and Biological Science Applications in Agriculture (BSAA).  The Turf and Landscape Management is taught in the fall with the Horticulture course being taught in the spring.  The Agricultural Construction and Agricultural Mechanics courses are taught on an alternating years.  The best course of sequence to take when coming in as a Freshmen is to begin with the Introduction to Agriculture Industry and then take the Agriscience course as a Sophomore.  With these courses a student has been exposed to all the different aspects related to Agriculture ranging from animal science, plant science, mechanics, and business management.

Mr. Zehr graduate from Illinois State University with a bachelor's degree in Agricultural Education.  He also began his graduate work at ISU and then continued on at Southern Illinois University in Agribusiness Management.

Mr. Zehr is actively the FFA advisor for the Brimfield FFA Chapter.  He is also actively involved in other professional organizations such as the Illinois Association of Vocational Agriculture Teachers and the Illinois Vocational Association.

Mr. Zehr is married to Angela and they have 4 children:  Brooke, Briana, Cody, and Aleah.

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