School club programs are educational experiences offered during the school day in partnership with classroom teachers using 4-H curriculum and programming. These experiences must include electing officers, teaching leadership, and making decisions together as a group. We currently offer the following school clubs:

4-H Morning Meeting Booster Club:

This club encourages 4th and 5th grade students to take on leadership and communication roles during the elementary school morning meeting. Teacher Sponsor: Ms. Prather

Leadership & Life Skills Clubs:

These clubs for middle schoolers in grades 6-8 are offered during enrichment period and teach leadership, communication, teamwork, and life skills. Lessons discuss goal setting, decision making, critical thinking, and more to prepare students for the real world. Teacher Sponsors: Ms. Provow, Ms. Butler, Ms. Hall, Ms. Gilbert, Ms. Kendall, Ms. Martin, and Mr. Tilford

Junior Homemaker Clubs:

These clubs meet during specific periods in the Family & Consumer Sciences classroom at the high school. Members learn about community engagement, service, and participation. Teacher Sponsor: Ms. Lamb

School enrichment programs are educational experiences offered during the school day in partnership with classroom teachers using 4-H curriculum and programming. The following programs are offered in conjunction with Carlisle County Schools throughout the school year:

Truth & Consequences:

Truth & Consequences is a program for eighth-graders that educates them on the consequences of substance abuse. Parents, students, and a multitude of community partners are involved in this event.

Reality Store:

Reality Store is an event for seventh-graders that centers on consumer and financial education. Youth explore real-world money dilemmas in this eye-opening program.

Youth Ag Day:

4-H is a partner in this event for third-grade students that teaches youth about where they food comes from.

Jump into Foods and Fitness:

Fourth-graders participate in this six-week program that teaches youth about making easy, nutritious snacks and encourages them to try new foods.

4-H is always looking for new opportunities to partner with schools and teachers. Please contact the extension office if you are interested in any of our programs to see how we can bring it to your classroom!