Degrees and Certifications:
Bachelor's of Science in Agricultural Education and Agricultural Communications, Oklahoma State University Master's of Science in Agricultural Education and Communications, University of Florida
Hello, my name is Tyler Price. I grew up on a small, family farm in a town in far Northwest Oklahoma known as Laverne. My father is a full-time oil field contractor and my mother has been a livestock veterinarian for 30+ years. Growing up I was very involved in the FFA where I received my State and American FFA Degrees. Through the FFA I was active in public speaking and showing cattle and goats.
Upon graduation from high school, I attended the university I had always dreamed of. A university that runs deep in the blood of my family lineage. I attended Oklahoma State University where I graduated with a Bachelor's of Science in Agricultural Education and Agricultural Communications. During my time a OSU, I conducted my student teaching experience at the Agriscience Magnet Program. Upon graduation I taught my first year of teaching at Sinton High School in Sinton, Texas. After only a short one year, I was blessed to have the opportunity to return to the AMP.
Sticking with the orange that runs through my veins, I recently completed my master's degree through the University of Florida in Agricultural Education and Communications.
I am excited to be back and kick start the agribusiness and ag communications track at the AMP. Have a great day and Go Pokes!
1st Period: Principles of AFNR
2nd Perod: Professional Standards in Agribusiness/Agribusiness Management and Marketing DC
3rd Period: Principles of AFNR
4th Period: Lunch
5th Period: Food Technology and Safety/Food Processing
6th Period: Food Technology and Safety/Food Processing
7th Period: Food Technology and Safety/Food Processing
JV Lamb Meetings: Every Thursday at 4:15 p.m. Unless otherwise noted
Mr. Price Tutoring: M-Th before or after school
Library Tutoring: M-F 4:15 - 6 p.m.
- Late work is defined as any assignment that is not submitted on the due date and class period with the exception of make-up work for absences or approved school activities.
- 20% deduction from the total grade earned will be taken for late assignments.
- Late assignments will be accepted until a summative assessment or three week grading period has passed.
- Extenuating circumstances may occur that prevent the completion and turning in of assignments on the due date. It is the parent/guardian and/or student’s responsibility to inform the teacher and/or an appropriate administrator of any such circumstances so that an exception to the rule may or may not be granted. The teacher and/or appropriate administrator shall have the authority to render a final decision on the granting of any exceptions.