Alontae Johns, a Roland-Story student who is enrolled in agriculture education, was recently able to share with her agriculture instructor and FFA advisor Brad Taylor, about her SAE (supervised agriculture experience) project over her horses.


Johns is a freshmen this year and has actively been involved with her equine project, which is transitioning into her agriculture SAE project. Johns was able to explain the care and management that she provides as well as training and exercises she provides with her horse.


“SAE projects are special to agriculture students in that these are extensions of the classroom and are based on real-life projects that students have an interest in,” said Taylor. “Alontae’s project based learning is helping her to decide upon a career field she has an interest in upon graduation from high school.”