Mrs. Fillmore

Phone: 208-878-6690 ext. 120

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

-B.S. Agricultural Education- Teaching Option (2009) from the University of Idaho -Standard Secondary Certificate -Endorsements in Agriculture, Natural Science, and Economics -Curriculum for Agriscience Education (CASE) Certifications in Intro to Ag, Food, and Natural Resources (AFNR), Animal (ASA), and Plant (ASP) -CASE Master Teacher Certification

Mrs. Fillmore

Mrs. Fillmore teaches the high school agriscience and general science classes including:

-Physical Science

-Ag Biology

-Introduction to Agriculture

-STEM in Ag

-Ag Chemistry

-Botany/ Plant and Soil Science

-Botany/ Horticulture

-Environmental Science

-Small Animal Care

-Zoology/ Animal Science

 

Mrs. Fillmore is also the 11 Grade Girls advisory teacher and the Cassia FFA Chapter advisor.

 

  • Advisory Committee Members Needed!

    Posted by Jaysa Fillmore on 12/9/2016 11:00:00 AM

    Help Wanted

    The Cassia High Agriscience Program was started in 2014 when Jaysa Fillmore was hired to fill a science position at Cassia High. Mrs. Fillmore previously taught high school agriculture at Burley High School for two years and at Grangeville High School for three years before that. Because Mrs. Fillmore has a Natural Science Endorsement, she is qualified to teach agriscience classes that meet high school science graduation requirements. Since Mrs. Fillmore started at CHS, she has taught Ag Biology, Environmental Science, Veterinary Science, Zoology-Animal Science, Botany- Plant Science, Food Science, Small Animal Care, Horticulture, and Physical Science. Being the only certified science teacher in the school, all the science classes that students take are agricultural science.

    Mrs. Fillmore started the FFA chapter in 2015 and has worked with elected student officers each year to develop a program of activities for the chapter each year. Students have enjoyed participating in local and state FFA events such as University of Idaho Ag Days, FFA Leadership Conferences, State FFA Convention, District Career Development Events, Cassia County Ag Expo, and East Magic Valley CDE Day. 

    Now that the Cassia High School Agriscience Program is off the ground, community input is needed in order to assure that the program is educating students that will be a valuable asset to our community. The Idaho Division of Career and Technical Education has established a requirement that all Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs have an organized Technical Advisory Committee. This advisory committee should consist of stakeholders from the community that meet regularly to provide input program outcomes and provide support and advocacy for the program. More information from Idaho CTE can be found here: https://cte.idaho.gov/educators/technical-advisory-committees/ 

    This is where you come in! The CHS Agriscience Program is seeking volunteers from the community that would be willing to serve on its advisory committee. This committee should consist of parents, past graduates, business people, industry leaders, and community members that are interested in lending their knowledge and voice to the ag program. Please contact Jaysa Fillmore at 208-878-6690 ext. 120 or filjaysa@cassiaschools.org if you are interested in serving on this committee.

     

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