Tonny Hamby

Tonny Hamby


B.S. West Texas State University - 1986

B.S. Texas Tech University - 1992


Agriscience (FFA) Courses: Advanced Animal Science Advanced Plant & Soil Science Agricultural Facilities Design & Fabrication Ag Mechanics & Metal Technologies Food Technology & Safety Practicum in AFNR Principles of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources Range Ecology & Management Veterinary Medical Applications Wildlife, Fisheries & Ecology Management 
FPC (dual-credit) Courses: Introduction to Animal Science, Introduction to Agronomy, and Welding

Classroom Supplies:
Each student will be required to keep in the classroom - a notebook (a 3-ring binder no larger than 2" with paper, or a spiral), and either a pen or pencil. Storage space is provided. Every student enrolled in an Ag Mechanics class must bring either coveralls, or a long sleeved shirt and pants. Closed toed shoes are also required. Each student will be assigned a locker for storage of his or her clothing.

Grading Policy: I expect all assignments to be completed on time. Homework, quizzes, and daily assignments will be recorded in the grade book one time each. Tests will be recorded in the grade book twice. In the shop, each student will receive a grade based upon participation (work ethic). I do not accept late assignments.

Semester Exam: To be exempt from the semester exam, a student must accumulate a minimum of 95 FFA activity points. The list will be available to the students the first day of each semester. A student may also be exempt if he or she meets the high school's attendance/grade criteria.


Link to FFA 

Link to LDE & CDE results

Link to Fort Worth Livestock Show

 Link to Houston Livestock Show

Link to San Antonio Livestock Show