Lizzy Howe

Campus Role: Teacher
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My freshman year of high school I was placed in the Principles of Agriculture class because I couldn't find any elective that sounded interesting to me. I learned about agriculture and the FFA and a fire was started in me. My passion for agriculture grew more and more with my increased involvement in my ag science classes and this wonderful organization. It lead me to pursue a degree in Poultry Science from Stephen F. Austin State University. Upon graduating in August of 2016, I worked in the agriculture industry for a year. This my second year to teach agriculture. I am an alum of Martin High School so I am thrilled to be back in AISD! This year I will be teaching Livestock Production at the Agriculture Science Center and Wildlife Management at the Career and Technical Center.

I truly believe that agriculture is the most important industry in the world and that is why I have chosen to educate the future generations. Once in your life you need a doctor, a lawyer, a policeman and a preacher, but every day, three times a day, you need a farmer. My ag teachers in high school are the reason I am where I am today and I strive to be that same advisor for the students of Arlington!


Period Time A Day Period B Day
2 9:35-11:05 LIVESTOCK 8 9:35-11:05  



3 11:20-12:50 LIVESTOCK 9 11:20-12:50  



4 1:45-3:15  



10 1:45-3:15  



5 3:15-4:45  



11 3:15-4:45 CONFERENCE