March 8, 2021 In this Issue
The Consumer Education/Economics Beginner Level Project Area Guide (W978) is now published!
Yusuf from Williamson County 4-H was able to interview Chef Lazarus Lynch for the National 4-H at Home Cooking Demo this week. The recipe and information can be found here: https://4-h.org/about/4-h-at-home/jerk-chicken-cooking-demo/
This week we challenge you to make your run FUN! Find creative ways to keep your runs engaging and fun for you. Create a new running play list or try a “tree run” where you walk to one tree, skip to the next, jog to the next and sprint to the fourth tree. Then repeat for however much time you have. Get creative and have fun!
On behalf of the Tennessee 4-H Youth Development Department, it is my pleasure to announce our finalists in the 2021 Level I and Level II 4-H Citizenship and Leadership Projects! These 4-H’ers received the highest scores in the e-portfolio portion of the competition.
Includes information on Interviews, Scores and Alternates
Multi-tasking while on your 7th zoom of the day?
Stress eating as you work from your computer?
I understand; we’re all exhausted from the previous year. It has been a long year but the light is growing brighter at the end of the tunnel. With camp reimagined for this summer and potentially less time away from the county, here’s my recommendation – take a break!
Justin Crowe, 4-H Director and State Program Leader I am excited to share that our search for the position of Extension Specialist focused on 4-H STEM and camping has concluded,…
The Nearpod Sandbox was created as an informal small group space for you to either join to learn more about Nearpod or take a test drive before you lead a group.
Two new sandbox times are available: 3/24 and 3/9
Engineering is about bringing ideas to life. This week we challenge you to build your own obstacle course within your classroom or at home. Run through your obstacle course for at least 10 minutes each day, making sure to modify the course every day to see what you can do to improve it or how you can change it, so you are challenged more progressively each day.
Even with the best of efforts to host a face-to-face, B.E.S.T. (Building Exceptionally Skilled Teachers), plans to host this training spring 2021 are not going to happen. However, fall dates – if everything holds in place and continues to move forward – will take place late, fall 2021.