20 Mauston POS Planning Worksheet
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Teacher(s) Name:Darrell Hines, Beth Babcock
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Date:1/17/2017
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Program of Study (POS) Courses
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Middle or High School CTE Course(s) related to the POS:Grade level(s)
(≥ 7th grade)
Is the course articulated?If yes, identify institution.If yes, identify tech. college instructorApproved for equivilancy credit?What academic courses are specifically recommended for students in this program?
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Small Animal Care9th thru 12th
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Agriculture, FFA and You9th thru 12th
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Horticulture9th thru 12thYesWestern Technical CollegeNo
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Wildlife Ecology10th thru 12th
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Forestry9th thru 12th
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Greenhouse Management10th thru 12th
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Vet. Science11th and 12thYesWestern Technical CollegeNo
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Landscaping10th thru 12th
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Advisory Committee
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Advisory Committe representatives should include:
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1. a Wisconsin Technical College Representative (preferably from your local WTC district) from a related program area.
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2. a minimum of two employers or employees within the career pathway
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NAMETitleOrganizationContact Information (Phone or Email)
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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 JadarskiRetiredWisconsin DNR
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Matt WeberConservation WardenWisconsin DNR
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Craig SaxeAg SpecialistUW-Extension
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Work-Based Learning (WBL)State/Industry Recognized Certification(s)
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Refering to this POS, please place an "X" by the following that you currently offer:

Refering to this POS, please identify the state and/or industry recognized certification(s) offered through this POS.
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Youth ApprenticeshipxClick here to find the most current list of CTE Incentive Grant qualifying certifications.
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DPI Employabilty Skills Certificate1)
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DPI Skill Standards Co-op2)
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DPI Leadership Skills Certificate3)
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School Supervised WBLx4)
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Supervised Ag. Experience (SAE)x5)
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Job Shadows
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Other - Please identify
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Employment, Labor Market Outlook
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Perkins funded POS must be provide students opportunities to pursue high skill, high wage, and/or high demand local careers.
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Review regional labor market information (by county) by clicking here.
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Identify a minimum of three regional careers that are high skill, high wage, and/or high demand. Place an "x" in the appropriate column(s).
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Please note that if your local technical college offers programming in one of these careers, the career meets all three criteria.
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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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Special Populations, Federal Indicators, & Professional Development
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How does your program support special population students in participating? Special Populations may include:(a) individuals with disabilities;
(b) individuals from economically disadvantaged families, including low-income youth and adults;
(c) individuals preparing for non-traditional fields;
(d) single parents, including single pregnant women;
(e) out-of-workforce individuals;
(f) English learners;
(g) homeless individuals;
(h) youth who are in, or have aged out of, the foster care system; and
(i) youth with parents on active duty in the armed forces.
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Strategies to address Federal Indicators (if needed):
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Reading:
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Math:
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Technical Skill Attainment
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Graduation Rate:
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Secondary Placement:
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Nontraditional Participation:
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Nontraditional Completion:
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What professional development will you attend this year?
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