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An agricultural education program is made up of three integrated parts: classroom instruction, FFA and SAE. 

SAE stands for Supervised Agricultural Experience, and is required of all students involved in the North Scott Ag Department.


SAEs are designed to open doors to multiple career paths for students and teach them necessary skills and qualities they will need in the future. To learn more about what an SAE is read. If you want to see different examples of SAEs from our chapter click here.


When having an SAE, students must keep records every year they are enrolled in FFA. AET, also known as The Agricultural Experience Tracker is an online system that tracks your experiences in agricultural education and SAEs. To get started with AET, contact Mr. Hunter or Ms. Kruse to get your login information.

Login to AET

  1. Chapter ID: IA0061

  2. Continue with your school Google Account

Proficiency Awards

After at least one year of having records on your SAE, you can fill out a Proficiency Award. Proficiency Awards honor FFA members who, through their SAE's, have developed specialized skills that they can apply toward their future careers. To start filling out your Proficiency Award you have to:

  1. Login to AET

  2. Click on Reports

  3. Under Annual Reports & FFA Apps click on Degree/Application Manager 

  4. Then use dropdown and select Proficiency Award

  5. Click Add New

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