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Darrell Hines
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12/29/2015
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Courses that align to this Program of Study
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Review and update the names of your CTE courses that pertain to this POS. Include the grade level(s) the course is offered and the year the curriculum was written/revised.

If the course is aligned with your Technical College for transcript/dual credit, place an X in the appropriate cell after the name of the course.

Include the name of the Technical College and the Technical College's Instructor with whom you networked with on the dual/transcripted credit.
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High School CTE Course(s) related to the POS:Grade level(s) course is taughtYear Curriculum is written/revisedTranscript/Dual Credit AlignedName of Technical CollegeName of Technical College Instructor
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Small Animal Care9th thru 12th2012
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Agriculture, FFA and You9th thru 12th2014
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Horticulture9th thru 12th2014
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Wildlife Ecology10th thru 12th2013
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Forestry9th thru 12th2012
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Greenhouse Management10th thru 12th2012
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Vet. Science11th and 12th 2013
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Landscaping10th thru 12th2013
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Advisory Committee Members
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Advisory Committe representatives should be members who are employed in the field of the POS
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One of the Advisory members MUST be an Instructor, related to your POS, from your Technical College. He/She can be the instructor you are working with or worked with on your transcript/dual credit course(s) or an Instructor from the Technical College who you network with. (Ex: an instructor you can call if you have questions)

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NAMEJob TitleName of Business
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Deb HetherCareer Prep CoordinatorWestern Technical College
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Collette RufOwnerRuf Family Farms
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Jim BiresOwnerBires Elk Farms
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Tom JadarskiRetired Wisconsin DNR
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Matt WeberConservation WardenWisconsin DNR
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Craig SaxeAg SpecialistUW-Extension
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School Supervised Work-Based Learning/ Technical Skill Attainment
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Refering to this POS, please place an "X" by the following that you currently offer:

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School Supervised Work-Based Learningx
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Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE)x
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DPI Skill Standards Co-op
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DPI Employabilty Skills Certificate
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DPI Leadership Skills Certificate
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Youth Apprenticeshipx
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Other - Please explain
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Employment, Labor Market Outlook
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Taking into consideration the careers/jobs that are included as part of this POS, identify careers/jobs that you believe are most in demand within your region.

For each career/ job, place an (X) in the cell(s) by the description(s) that best describes this position:

High Skill, High Wage &/or High Demand.

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Labor Market Information - LMI available at: worknet.wisconsin.gov/worknet/
Click on County Profile
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Careers/Jobs in DemandHigh SkillHigh WageHigh Demand
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Natural Resourcesxx
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Animal Breedersxx
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How does your District use the POS

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Place an "X" next to the statments that apply

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POS Charts are used with students when …POS Charts are used with parents when …POS Charts are used with counselors when …
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Promoting Career Clusters and other pathways related to your department.xProviding parents with information on planning for post secondary education Developing Individualized Learning Plans with students.
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Providing information on the district website or teacher web pages about your department Conferencing with students and parents.xParent night and open house activities are held in your school.
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Planning for post secondary education. Marketing the classes and career options taught within your department to parents xCompleting annual course scheduling with students.x
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Course description books are revised.x Providing parents with career awareness information on the career clusters Planning with students/parent for post secondary education.x
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Marketing the classes and career options taught by your department.
Providing information on the district web site or teacher web pages about your department
Helping students select classes in four-year planning activities.x
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