Awards & Recognition
On April 16th, members of the
The 4-H curriculum is designed to complement in-school instruction and provide learning opportunities in various learning environments and settings. Partnering in education through in school club delivery is a priority of
bring relevance to the Georgia Performance Standards by providing fifth through twelfth grade students opportunities for experiential learning. Program objectives are:
o To acquire an understanding of subject matter in a given project area.
o To develop skills in researching, assembling, and presenting information.
o To stimulate interest in continuing project work through 4-H experiences.
o To provide opportunities for 4-H members to develop and enhance qualities of integrity, sportsmanship, cooperation, poise, and self-confidence.
o To help 4-H members develop skills in leadership and communication.
In the District Project Achievement competition, students may choose and research an array of topics ranging from aerodynamics to zoology. The Cascade Elementary students who placed in the event were:
Eriyana Turner 1st Place “What are the Parts of the Digestive System?”
Kemari Brown 2nd Place “How Will Outsourcing Affect Me in the Future?”
Yasmine George 3rd Place “What is the Great Pyramid of Giza?”
Arlexia Parks 3rd Place “What is the Difference Between a Tortoise and a Turtle?”