Guidelines for Reopening In-Person 4-H Programs
Updated: February 15, 2021
We hope to soon be able to welcome families back to in-person 4-H meetings. We recognize the risk of COVID-19 is still present, and we are doing our best to provide a safe space. Before attending a 4-H meeting, please read our reopening guidelines and attend a “New Routines” training. Training dates will be posted on our Upcoming Events page.
We will be beginning with outdoor programs and activities then move to indoor programs and activities at a later date.
- Anyone who plans to be physically present must attend the New Routines training. Clubs must have a minimum of four adults take the volunteer version of the training before reopening.
- 4-H meetings can only be held under the direct guidance of Extension personnel and trained volunteers.
- All 4-H meetings must be approved by the County Extension Director (Greg Traywick) and 4-H agent (Charlie Godfrey) in advance.
- Meetings will be within state and local mass gathering limits.
- Youth and adult attendees must sign a program liability waiver.
- Please, only attend if you are healthy.
- Face masks are required to be worn and physical distancing is expected.
- Hand sanitizer will be available at meetings.
- Facilities will be cleaned properly.
More about our guidelines: Reopening Guidelines
Youth MUST have an active member profile on 4-H Online 2.0 in order to attend a 4-H Club meeting. (Learn about 4-H Online.) When 4-H hosts programs open to the public, youth can attend with a parent/guardian prior to becoming 4-H members. Contact Charlie Godfrey, 4-H Agent, if you have any questions about our guidelines, call 704-482-4365 or email email@example.com.