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4-H in-school club meetings are held monthly in 4th - 8th grade classrooms in McIntosh County Schools.
In-school club meetings provide 4-H curriculum aligned with state science standards, English language arts standards, and health standards. Club meetings also provide information to students about the many out of school opportunities available through 4-H.
After school clubs can be created to focus on just about any area of interest!
4-H offers state wide competitive teams in judging events (wildlife, forestry, poultry, consumer products), livestock showing (goats, cattle, hogs), shooting sports, and more.
4-H also offers quiz bowl and life skills teams, a travelling performing arts troupe, and much more.
Local clubs can be created to focus on a special interest (i.e. gardening, robotics, crafting, marine science, outdoor adventure, coding) or for a particular age group.
HOMESCHOOLERS are welcome! Homeschool students can participate in any of the out of school clubs, events, and competitive teams. A club specifically for homeschool students can also be formed.
Contact your 4-H agent to propose a club idea and we'll work together to make it happen!
Adult volunteer leaders are needed to establish outside of school clubs! Please see the volunteer tab and contact your 4-H agent for more details.
COST: 4-H is FREE to join! In school clubs and after school club meetings are FREE!
There are fees for field trips, competitive teams, camps, and some events. Cost vary based on the type and length of the activity.
Need-based SCHOLARSHIPS are offered for ALL 4-H activities!