Mrs. Audrey Sepulveda Soto » Mrs. Sepulveda Soto

Mrs. Sepulveda Soto

Howdy!
 
Welcome students and parents, my name is Audrey Sepulveda Soto and I am the Ben Bolt-Palito Blanco High School Agricultural Science Teacher and FFA Advisor. This is my fourth year teaching Agriculture, and I'm excited for my second year at BB-PB ISD.
 
I graduated from Texas A&M University, College Station with a Master’s degree in Agricultural Leadership, Education, and Communications and a Bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Science. Prior to teaching I was employed with Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Services, for three years, in the department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences.
 
 
Class Schedule:
1st Period - Professional Standards in Agribusiness 
2nd Period - Wildlife, Fisheries, & Ecology Management
3rd Period - Conference
4th Period - Livestock Production
5th Period - Advanced Animal Science 
6th - 8th Period - Principles of Agriculture, Food, & Natural Resources
 
 
Contact Information:
asepulveda@bbpbschools.net
(361) 664-1138
Conference Period: 9:50AM - 10:40AM
 
 
“We cannot always build a future for our youth, but we can always build our youth for the future.”
- FranklinD. Roosevelt 
 
 
About the FFA
The FFA is an INTRAcurricular organization associated with all Agricultural classes. There is not a specific “FFA class”, anyone in the agriculture program can be a member.  The FFA is where the leadership and science skills in the classroom are perfected and rewarded.  Through the FFA, students have the chance to compete in speaking contests, demonstrate their scientific abilities, and grow as individuals.  It is required that everyone in these classes have a Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) according to Texas Education Agency standards. You can also apply your SAE to awards, scholarships and other recognitions in FFA, and if you are in the agriculture program all four years, you are eligible for more than 2 million dollars in scholarship money your senior year!
 
  So What's An SAE
An SAE is an intra-curricular part of the Agriculture Curriculum
The 3-part Model includes: Classroom, SAE and FFA