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Parent Guided/Student Driven Plan for High Schoolers


September 24, 2021

Now that kids are settling in to their school routines and the academics sessions are in full gear, it is a great time to begin the discussion and planning to ensure your child’s success well out of high school. Setting Goals Help your child ... READ MORE

Category: 4-H & Youth, Home Management, Money Matters, Relationships & Family, Work & Life
Tags: Goals, High School, Life Skills Leadership, Parents, Students, Youth

Weekend Backpack Program……Feeding One Child at a Time


November 19, 2019

When students leave school for the weekend, the last thing they should have to worry about is how they are going to get their next meal. Thanks to Taylor County's Weekend Backpack Program, weekends are worry free for a lot of kids in our community. What ... READ MORE

Category: Clubs & Volunteers, Fruits & Vegetables, Health & Nutrition, Money Matters, Relationships & Family
Tags: Community, Community Outreach, Nutrition, Students, Youth

4-H Agriculture Day: Why It’s Important for Kids to Understand about Agriculture and Natural Resources


November 14, 2019

Agriculture is a part of all of us, and Ag Day is a perfect time to recognize and celebrate the abundance provided by agriculture across the state of Florida. What is 4-H Agriculture Day 4-H Agriculture Day gives 4-H Clubs an opportunity to ... READ MORE

Category: 4-H & Youth, Agriculture, Clubs & Volunteers, Crops, Curriculum, Livestock
Tags: 4-h, Agriculture, Education, School, Students, Youth

Middle Schoolers Learning Nutrition Education


January 24, 2018

Middle School students are often in control of what they put in their mouths, but many times they do not make or do not know how to make healthy choices. It is crucial to instill nutritional concepts in middle school children, because the way ... READ MORE

Category: Health & Nutrition, Relationships & Family, Work & Life
Tags: Education, Growing, Health, Healthy Choices, Heatlhy Eating, Middle School, Nutrition, Nutrition Education, Students

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