UGA Extension Office

4-H Forms

Code of Conduct

The Georgia 4-H Code of Conduct sets all behavioral expectations and consequences. It is an agreement between 4-H, the child, and the parent/guardian.

Medical Information

Please know that we will do everything possible to take care of your child.  Thank you for helping us with this.  When your child will be in our care, please fill out the 4-H Medical Information and Release Form for any prescription medications and bring to the 4-H office.

  • Please be sure to label all medications with your child’s name and place in a large zip-lock bag with the student’s name on the outside. You may want to include pain reliever, Benadryl (cream or spray), Pepto Bismol, Neosporin, allergy medicine, or cough medicine.

  • Bring to the 4-H office with form.  When completing the medical form for over-the-counter medications list the names of medicine you are sending.  Under what illness write “as prescribed”.  Under dosage write, “as prescribed” or write your instructions.  Under Prescribing Doctor write “not applicable”.

Permission Approval & Transportation Waiver

While your child is in our care, please complete the Transportation Waiver form giving your child permission to attend any 4-H event. Bring this form with you to the 4-H office.

4-H Participation Agreement Media Release Waiver Form

4-H Electronic Consent for Minors Form

4-H Camp/ Field Trip Registration

Camp Registration begins March 1st. A deposit is required for all overnight camps. Space is limited and reservation is on a first come, first serve basis. For an overview of all camps, visit our summer camp web page. Medical forms and permission forms must be submitted upon registration.

Camp Registration Form

What to Pack when Camping

Do you know what to pack when camping? Here is a list of items you should and should not take while camping at our 4-H Centers.

Local Club Fundraising Guidelines

The DeKalb County 4-H Youth Development program follow fundraising guidelines set forth by UGA Extension, DeKalb County Government, local school system policy, Federal and Georgia State revenue laws. Review these guidelines here.