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Applied Agricultural Engineering Instructor, FFA Advisor
Full time, 226 day position (12 months), with stipend
Lexington ISD is a 3A school with a successful four teacher agricultural program in Lee County,
Texas. Lexington is approximately equidistant to Bryan/College Station and Austin. We are in
the Star District and Area XII. We provide a wide range of agricultural educational opportunities
for our students.
Expectations beyond the classroom for this position include (shared across the Ag/FFA teaching
team) attendance and representation at major shows, CDE/LDE events, conferences, FFA
conventions, officer campus, events, meetings, and LCJLS (Lee County Junior Livestock Show)
meetings. This person should be able to, with the teaching team, manage a comprehensive
agriculture program that includes a variety of agriculture course offerings. The departmental
Programs of Study include:
● Environmental and Natural Resources
● Plant Science
● Animal Science
● Applied Agricultural Engineering
Primary classroom responsibilities will include: Agricultural Mechanics & Metal Technologies,
Agricultural Equipment Design & Fabrication, and Practicum in Agriculture. Flexibility in course
offerings aligned with a coherent sequence is available.
Individuals should be able to credentialed students in American Welding Society (AWS) D1.1
Structural Steel or 9.1 Sheet Metal Welding or AWS Sense. Alternatively, credentials permitting
a switch to NCCER certifications or that enable a dual credit partnership are also appropriate.
Teaching credentials should include: a bachelor’s degree from an accredited university and a
valid Texas teaching certificate (or alternative certification program eligibility) in Agricultural
Science or closely related coursework.
All interested applicants should complete the district application:
Contact: Sarah Garrison, Principal, Lexington High School
979-773-2254 ext 3210