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Sam Harrison
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I’m Sam Harrison and have been teaching at Plano East since 2006.  I grew up in Richland Hills, TX and graduated from Richland High School in 2001.  During my freshman year I had a rodeo accident that left me a paraplegic.  Thanks to God and the support of many people, I was able to become independent and active.  Once back in school, I continued to participate in our high school rodeo team, FFA, and really enjoyed our Horticulture program.  So much so that I went to Tarleton State University and earned a Bachelor of Science in Turfgrass Management.  I loved TSU, and Stephenville.  I met my wife, Stephanie, there and we were married on campus.

While at Tarleton I had the chance to see the impact high school Ag and Ag teachers have on students.  I decided to stay and earned a Master of Science in Agricultural Education with teacher certification.  Currently I teach Ag Mechanics, Landscape Design, Wildlife Management, and Animal Science at Plano East.  I supervise student SAEs in raising broiler chickens and building Ag Mechanics projects.  I also train various LDEs and CDEs.  We have a great well rounded program and I believe we have a place for everyone!

 

 

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