Agriculture mechanic student Jakob Lester is just one of 20 students enrolled this semester in the class, who have recently undertaken working on labs where they are learning skills sets in the area of electricity and wiring. In their first lab, they are demonstrating how to make their own power cord to be used in future electrical wiring labs. “This lesson was designed to evaluate the students ability to productively work while at the same time demonstrate the ability to read and follow blueprints on a wiring scheme,” said Brad Taylor, agriculture instructor. The students have 10 total wiring labs to demonstrate competency on during the course of this unit of instruction. Contributed photo