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    About Me:
    Grant Brill graduated Allen High School in 2008 and attended both the University of North Texas and Texas A&M Commerce. He began teaching in Elgin TX where he taught for three years before returning to Allen in 2016.
    My Courses:
    I currently teach the Principles of Agriculture and Agricultural Mechanics courses. My goal is to make a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth, and career success through agricultural education; and to provide opportunities for career preparation within the varying agriculture pathways.
    Agricultural Mechanics Course Pathway:
    1. Principles of Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources.
      1. Students explore the growing field of Agriculture while learning about opportunities for Agricultural leadership, the National FFA organization, the agriculture industry, and the future of Agriculture.
    2. AG Mechanics and Metal Technology.
      1. Students learn hands on skills including electrical, plumbing, carpentry, and metalworking. Students work to complete the OSHA 10 hr general industry safety certification.
    3. AG Facilities and Fabrication.
      1. Students learn more in depth metalworking techniques and work on self directed projects.
    4. Practicum in AG Mechanics
      1. This course is designed to give students an opportunity to use the skills they have developed in the previous two courses by working on a year long self directed project or working in the industry in a placement position.
        Courses Taught:
    Ag Mechanics & Metal Technology
    Ag Facilities & Fabrication
    Principles of Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources