Ag Wood III
Prerequisites: 12th grade student / Ag Wood II

Ag Wood III is a continuation of Ag Wood II with an emphasis placed on advanced construction principles and application.​

This course qualifies students to participate in all local, state, and national FFA events/activities throughout the  year as an official state and national FFA member. Student projects are encouraged to be showcased at local county fairs.


​This course meets CTE Ag Mechanics - Wood pathway capstone course credit

Ag Mechanics Pathway - Wood


Ag Wood I                Ag Wood II                 Ag Wood III

Atwater High School Agriculture Courses

Ag Wood I
Prerequisites: 10th through 12th grade students
Recommended: Ag Shop Skills


This course covers basic hand tool and machine operations in the wood/carpentry shop. Shop and machine safety are prioritized and operation of radial arm saws, jointer, table saw, bandsaw, jigsaw, drill press, sanders, lathe, and portable tools will be implemented. First semester consists of required projects aimed at principles of construction, joints, assembly, gluing, clamping, and finish. Second semester focuses on the design and construction of the student’s own project(s).​

This course qualifies students to participate in all local, state, and national FFA events/activities throughout the  year as an official state and national FFA member. Student projects are encouraged to be showcased at local county fairs.


​This course meets CTE Ag Mechanics - Wood pathway concentration course credit

Ag Wood II
Prerequisites: 11th and 12th grade students / Ag Wood I

Ag Wood II is a continuation of Ag Wood I with an emphasis placed on joints, construction principles, doors, drawers, and spray finishes. Primary focus is on machine woodworking skills and the use of materials and processes. Students will be engaged in more complex/advanced projects.

This course qualifies students to participate in all local, state, and national FFA events/activities throughout the  year as an official state and national FFA member. Student projects are encouraged to be showcased at local county fairs.


​This course meets CTE Ag Mechanics - Wood pathway capstone course credit