4-H School Enrichment: A Guide for 4-H Faculty and Staff
Transparent image of 4-H'ers sharing academic project details with adult. Statement in foreground reads, "4-H School Enrichment: A series of well-planned experiences – a minimum of six hours – during regular school hours.
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How to Cite

Tesdall, Tracy A. 2015. “4-H School Enrichment: A Guide for 4-H Faculty and Staff: 4H324/4H324, Rev. 4/2015”. EDIS 2015 (3):8. https://doi.org/10.32473/edis-4h324-2015.


School Enrichment is a partnership between the University of Florida/IFAS Extension Service and a school district to provide educational content in various subject areas. Extension values its relationship with the schools and welcomes the opportunity to provide research-based curricula for classroom use. This revised 8-page fact sheet includes a description of 4-H School Enrichment and its benefits, procedures for starting and scheduling a program, resources and guidelines, and tips for promoting involvement to other 4-H programs. Adapted for use in Florida by Tracy A. Tesdall and published by the UF Department of 4-H Youth Development, April 2015.

4H324/4H324: 4-H School Enrichment: A Guide for 4-H Faculty and Staff (ufl.edu)

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