LauraM. Brumbaugh, Guidry, Hope B. | 4/3/2015 1:05:20 AM
What is Achievement Day?
A reward for being a 4-H member during the 2014-2015 school year, Achievement Day is a mixture of fun sessions and competitive exhibits that will focus on 4-H topics. The day ends with a club song/yell contest and awards being given out. 4-H members from all St. Martin parish 4-H clubs will be there. Don’t miss out on the fun!
How do I go?
Transportation will be set up by your club leader. In order to attend you must have turned in a completed 4-H Portfolio for judging by February 28, 2015 or turn in a completed 4-H Portfolio that will not be judged by April 1, 2015.
What do I wear?
All 4-H’ers attending Achievement Day must follow the dress code. Pants: wear school uniform pants or navy blue dress pants. Shirt: wear 4-H shirt or school uniform shirt. With the approval of the 4-H leader and principal, 4-H clubs may allow students to wear their school’s approved spirit day clothes.
This year your club will rotate through some interactive activities during Achievement Day that teach about fitness, food, and fun! If you want to volunteer to lead a session, email Ms. Laura at firstname.lastname@example.org by April 10, 2015.
Song & Yell: New This Year: Song & Yell Theme: #iam4H
Each club will have the opportunity to perform a song/yell as a group at Achievement Day. Contact club leader with any questions regarding this contest.
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