miscellaneous instructional policies:animals in the schools

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MISCELLANEOUS INSTRUCTIONAL POLICIES:
ANIMALS IN THE SCHOOLS
EMG (R)
AGRICULTURE
PROGRAM
Supervised Agriculture Experience
Only the following livestock are allowed to be raised on the
Agriscience Magnet Program (AMP) Complex at James
Madison High School: Market and Commercial Steers,
Breeding and Market Sheep, Breeding and Market Goats,
Breeding and Market Swine, Breeding and Market Rabbits,
and Market Poultry. Livestock may not be moved to the
AMP Complex without the notification and approval of
the appropriate AMP supervising teacher. At the request of
the AMP, livestock being brought onto the premise may be
required to have a health certificate issued by a licensed
veterinarian within 30 days prior to bringing the animal onto
campus. In certain cases, such as in obtaining animals from
out of state sources, the animal may have to be quarantined
for a certain length of time. Any specific questions regarding
animals being raised at the AMP Complex should be
directed to the Agriscience Magnet Program Director at
(210) 356-1454.
Instructional
The Agriscience Magnet Program (AMP) will operate by the
same regulations governing animals in the schools for
science classes and the records requirements. If an animal
is required by the state of Texas to be vaccinated for rabies,
then any animal used for instructional purposes on the AMP
Complex must have proof of a current rabies vaccination
prior to being admitted onto the campus.
ISSUE DATE: 7/21/98
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