4-H Classroom Programs

Did you know that last year UF/IFAS Extension had the opportunity to reach over 3,300 Nassau County students through 4-H school enrichment programs? 4-H is a non-formal, practical education program for youth that complements classroom teaching. Our Extension agents, along with trained volunteers, enjoy the opportunity to provide hands-on learning for students at any level – from kindergarten to high school!

Why add 4-H programs to your classroom?

  • To include valuable, hands-on learning opportunities
  • All programs are low to no cost for schools
  • Extension educators and volunteers are highly qualified to teach a variety of subjects
  • Programs are adaptable to your students’ interests and grade level


What subjects are available?

  • Embryology – hatch chicks in your classroom (registration for this project is November – January; no late registrations accepted)
  • Healthy Living – learn to eat better and live healthier
  • Science/STEM – dive into a variety of science projects
  • Communication – fun and interactive public speaking programs
  • Career Development – prepare youth for the next phase of life
  • Others – what do you and your students have a need for?


All programs require an RSVP and are available on a first come, first served basis. Call today to reserve your classroom’s spot (904-530-6353)!


working on a science project


Posted: October 24, 2018

Category: 4-H & Youth, Clubs & Volunteers

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