Annemarie Mohn » Welcome to the Agricultural Science Department!

Welcome to the Agricultural Science Department!

Howdy!
 
About Me: 
My name is Annemarie Mohn and I am one of four Agricultural Science teachers here at Tomball Memorial High School. This is my second year as a public educator and I will be teaching Principles of Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources, Equine Science, and Small Animal Management for the 2019-2020 school year. As an Advisor of Tomball Memorial's FFA Chapter I will be overseeing students' lamb and goat projects while coaching Jr./Sr. Quiz Bowl, Radio, Agricultural Sales and Livestock Judging teams.
 
I am a product of Klein ISD and I was very active in Klein High School's FFA Chapter where I raised lambs, goats, and cattle.I am a graduate of Texas A&M University where I received my Bachelors of Science in Agricultural Science and a minor in Horticultural Science. During my time in College Station I gained experience in greenhouse operations, vegetable crop research, and livestock management skills. 
 
Philosophy: 
The famous phrase "I believe in the future of agriculture, with a faith born not of words but of deeds" was written by E.M. Tiffany in 1928 however, these are words that hold true to the value I place on agricultural education today. The role of agriculture in today's society is insurmountable. Humanity is reliant upon the agricultural industry to provide the necessities of life. The future of agriculture and our livelihood is dependent upon future agriculturalists who will continue to innovate the industry that brings life essence. 
 
Goal:
I strive to provide a positive learning environment where students can find their passion, learn something new everyday, set goals, achieve those goals, and make themselves proud. 
 
Contact:
Please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns regarding your student. My conference period is during 7th period from 1:59 pm - 2:50 pm.  
Phone: 281-357-3230 ext. 1179
Student Email: 29553@tomballschools.net 
 
I am looking forward to a great year! 
 
 
Gig'em and Go Wildcats!