Suzanne Troxclair, Smith, Vickie L.
Record keeping is an important part of every 4-H educational project. Records show what you have done and learned during your 4-H club work. The 4-H portfolio form is designed to help you keep your records and other supporting materials in an orderly manner. The portfolio books that are completed and turned in to the Lafourche Extension office will be judged, and recognition/awards will be given for these books at Achievement Day. The portfolio books for 4th – 6th graders that are completed and turned into the 4-H office will be judged and recognized as the top 10 Award of Excellence winners at Achievement Day. The top 10 books will be submitted to the State contest in July. You should keep this book from year to year and add to it. You may include up to three years of 4-H work in your portfolio. Many awards, educational trips, and college scholarships are given to club members on the basis of their records and project work. These are due the week of April 3rd.We are transitioning from the traditional 4-H scrapbook format we have offered in the past, to follow the State 4-H Portfolio guidelines. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Suzanne at 985-446-1316 or email her at email@example.com.
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