4-H Youth Development
Coffee County 4-H Club and programs are open to youth in 4th through 12th grades who reside or attend school in Coffee County. Fifth and sixth grade students hold meetings in their science classes at their school. Seventh through twelfth graders as well as Home School 4-H members meet monthly at the 4-H office.
To join, a student needs to fill out a 4-H Enrollment Form for the current school year and return it to the 4-H office. The form is available on our web site or may be picked up at the 4-H office.
Senior 4-H Club
The Coffee County Senior 4-H Club is open to High School Students (Public or Private School) in 9th-12th grades. Meetings are usually held once or twice a month at the Coffee County Extension office from August through the first of May.
Junior 4-H Club
The Junior 4-H Club is open to Coffee Middle School students in 7th & 8th grades. Meetings are usually held once or twice a month at the Coffee County Extension office from August through the first of May.
Home School 4-H Club
The Home School 4-H Club is open to any home schooled student ages 9 (January 1st age) through the 12th grade. Meetings are usually held once a month at the Coffee County Extension office from August through the first of May.
In-School 4-H Clubs
Meetings are held with students in 5th and 6th grades in the Coffee County School System, and with students in 5th - 8th grades at Citizen's Christian Academy. Seven meetings are held with these students during the school year from August - March.
Local 4-H Newsletters
Cloverleaf 4-H Newsletters (for 4th - 6th graders)
Junior 4-H Newsletters (for 7th - 8th graders)
September 2017 (A)
September 2017 (B)
Senior 4-H Newsletters (for 9th - 12th graders)
Below are some of 4-H's most broadly useful resources from the Georgia 4-H website. Please contact us for more information about participating in any of these programs through this county office.