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    If youa re a new student, please email Mr. Anderson Jander2@NEISD.net or the google classroom codes. 

    Bell Schedule

    Monday/Wednesday/Friday

    Principles and Elements of Floral Design  1st Period 10:00am-11:00am

    Principles and Elements of Floral Design 2 C Period 11:10am -12:10pm 

    Principles and Elements of Floral Design 3rd Period 1:15pm-2:15pm

    Principles and Elements of Floral Design 4th Period 2:25pm-3:25pm

    Tuesday and Thursday

    5th Period  -  Conference 

    Advanced Floral Deisgn 6 A Period 12:20pm-1:50pm 

    Advanced Floral Design 7th Period 1:55pm-3:25pm

    Tuturing will be by appointment - Please email a request for tutoring to Jander2@neisd.net

    Google Classroom 

    Students should log into their google classroom on the first day and they should see their floral class listed.  

     

     

About Teacher

Mr. Joshua I. Anderson  M.Ed. TMFA

Phone: 2103561524

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

B.S. Agriculture Education - Specialty in Horticulture M.Ed. Education - Agriculture Texas Master Florist Certified - Advanced USA Archery Level 2 - Coach Texas 4H Archery Certified Coach

Mr. Joshua I. Anderson M.Ed. TMFA

Welcome to my teacher webpage. I have been teaching at James Madison in the Agriculture department for 21 years with a focus on horticulture and floral design.  I am passionate about students developing a skill which can be used as a career or as a hobby. I am a certified Texas Master Florist Advanced and have attended hundreds of hours in workshop credits to help my students develop their talents in the areas of floral design and horticulture. 

The floral design course will allow students to potentially earn a fine arts credit, six hours of college credit, and a state certification. More information will be provided during the year. It is the responsibility of the student to take care of the appropriate paperwork in order to receive credit. Hands-on production in the greenhouse will help students understand the need for appropriate plant production techniques in order to have a quality plant product for florists to use. Students in this class will also create floral work, conduct inventory, create and design for banquets and weddings as well as design formal linear arrangements. 

The Advanced Floral course will have a focus on floral design with a heavy emphasis on students understanding the behind-the-scenes work for preparing for arrangement as well as for cleaning up after. Students will prepare the floral products as well as clean up after arrangements are made. Students in this course will be required to conduct inventory and oversee novice designers.