Camper Code of Conduct

Rules and regulations governing 4-H events will be discussed by agents and leaders with 4-H’ers before the event.

4-H’ers are under the supervision of all Extension personnel and other adults helping with the event. Each club member will be expected to participate fully in all programs and uphold exemplary standards of behavior.

Click the PDF to the right for access to our Code of Conduct for 4-H Events. This is not an all inclusive list. The LSU AgCenter reserves the right to adjust these policies.

Rules and regulations governing 4-H events will be discussed by agents and leaders with 4-H’ers before the event.

4-H’ers are under the supervision of all Extension personnel and other adults helping with the event. Each club member will be expected to participate fully in all programs and uphold exemplary standards of behavior.

The following are grounds for sending 4-H’ers home at their parents’ expense and may be grounds for suspension in district, regional and state events for up to 12 months.

  • Possession or use of illegal drugs, alcoholic beverages, tobacco products, pocket-hunting knives, fireworks or firearms.
  • Misuse or abuse of public or personal property. (Individuals responsible will also be required to pay for damages).
  • Disrespect for the authority of agents, leaders and specialists (such as failing to follow specific rules or instructions for the event or using abusive language).
  • Unauthorized absence from the premises of the event.
  • Unauthorized use of vehicles during the event.
  • Unauthorized possession of firearms and other weapons.
  • Breaking curfew or disturbing the peace (for example, being late for dormitory checks or disturbing others after lights out).
  • Unauthorized presence in room of a member of the opposite gender without permission of agent or leader.

Realizing these guidelines are not all inclusive, the LSU AgCenter reserves the right to adjust these policies. Decisions on discipline will be the responsibility of the Extension agent(s) supervising the event in consultation with others designated as supervisors.

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