My Vocational Agriculture Teacher, Jerry Burchett, stands at the front of the classroom taking roll. The school year is only a few weeks old but we have already settled into a routine. He finishes roll call and starts the announcements for the day; but this is sixth period and we’ve had all we can stand, so all we hear is blah, blah, blah; until he says, “the Otero County Fair will be held in September next fall, which means it’s time to start thinking about buying show steers.
Beginning with the graduating class of 2011, graduates will be required to complete three credits in science. The science requirement for graduation can be met by completing at a minimum, two of the following Foundation Courses: Earth Systems Science, Biological Science, Chemistry, Physics and one additional unit of credit from the Foundation Courses or the Applied, Advanced or Supplemental Courses.
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