Within the Agricultural Sciences Program, students have the opportunity to participate within four different career pathways including Plant, Animal, Environmental Science, and Natural Resource Systems. Within these career pathways students may have the opportunity to earn college credit through our Transcripted Credit (TC) courses, earn Industry Recognized Credentials, and enroll in a related Career/Work-Based Learning Program. Students also have the opportunity to participate in our Future Farmers of America (FFA) chapter, a Career and Technical Student Organization that allows students the opportunity to expand their knowledge, skills, and networking opportunities.

Check out the Program Quick Links on the left side of the page to see all of the great opportunities within this career pathway!



Marty Speth

My name is Marty Speth and I am the Agricultural Sciences teacher at DDHS. I’ve been with the district since 1989. I teach Agricultural Science courses that relate to Plant, Animal, Environmental Service, and Natural Resource Systems. In addition to teaching, I am also the FFA Advisor and Girls Basketball Coach. Please feel free to contact me using my contact information below.

Office: 262-233-6662