Animal Science


Lab tour 2 from Cindy Schall on Vimeo.

Animal Science Program’s Mission

The mission of the Animal Science Department at the Arlington Career Center is to educate its students in all manner of animal related material, both skill and knowledge based, to maximize their potential for animal ownership and/or animal related careers.

Animal Science Program’s Vision

The vision of the Animal Science Department is proper animal education for all students, culminating in better treatment of all animals.

Two Classes:

  1. Technical Animal Science / Veterinary Science (I/II)
  2. Advanced Animal Science / Small Animal Care (I/II)

Both classes count as a science credit for graduation

Students who successfully complete either animal science class earn 3 articulation credits in the Zoo Technology program at SUNY Jefferson.

 

Contact Information:

Cindy Schall
cindy.schall@apsva.us
Advanced Animal Science / Small Animal Care Teacher, M.Ed., NBCT

Scott Lockhart
scott.lockhart@apsva.us
Technical Animal Science / Veterinary Science Teacher

Becca Brumbaugh
rebecca.brumbaugh@apsva.us
Instructional Assistant

Jenny Culver
jenny.culver@apsva.us
Instructional Assistant

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Cindy Schall

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@ag3nt_jay Thanks Jacey. It’s nice getting updates from you. Stop by the lab when things get back to normal.
Published May 03, 20 4:47AM
                                        
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Cindy Schall

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@Cutelisart About 4-5 inches long. It always amazes me how big they are compared to the mom.
Published April 15, 20 3:09PM
                                        
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