Proud of these students for public speaking competition held at Cloverleaf District Project Achievement in Covington. They did awesome! Look at all those winning ribbons. 🍀🥇 #georgia4h #lifeskills
4-H Cloverleaf District Project Achievement 4, 5, and 6th graders
Can I do a Power Point presentation?
No, poster presentation only. No electronic equipment there.
Can I do a performance?
Yes, there are Performing Arts categories. Do NOT do a speech; only judged on performance.
Can someone help the student prepare?
Yes, this is a learning experience and guidance is suggested. It needs to be the student’s work, but can be assisted. 4-H Staff will be happy to help. Just call and set up an appointment. 4-H has poster boards and resources to make visual aids.
Can parents/family attend?
Yes. Limited number of 2 family members in the presentation room.
***Questions*** Contact Harris County 4-H
706-628-4824 or Adrianne Cox @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Project Achievement helps develop skills for a lifetime. 4-H’ers pick a project area of interest (Ex: Veterinary science, cars, cooking etc.), research the topic, write/develop an illustrated talk, and then present their presentation to others (ie. classmates, 4-H staff, or judges). As your child gets older (7th-12th grade), a record keeping component is added for 4-H Project Achievement, but for our Cloverleafs (5th-6th grades), it’s all about sharing knowledge. For a Cloverleaf 4-H’er, the presentation may be at school, a county level competition, and/or a district level competition.
4-H'ers should pay attention at the beginning of the school year during 4-H club time to find out more information about Project Achievement. We will be using the Friends Magazine to learn how to get started with your project.
4-H'ers will need to make an appointment with the Extension office to discuss their project individually.
See the Georgia 4-H Website for competition guidelines and helpful resources.