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Kansas 4-H Tip Sheet

April 15, 2016

Participate in the Kansas 4-H Impact Evaluation for a Win-Win

Submitted by Jill Martinson

Creating leaders, good communicators and great decision-makers takes strong youth development programming and we believe the Kansas 4-H program is doing this well. To help us find out just what our 4-H youth are learning, please participate in the 2016 Kansas 4-H Impact Evaluation. We have made it as simple as possible to participate. Just following the instructions on the Kansas 4-H restricted website at http://www.kansas4-h.org/staff-downloads/resources/4h-youth-program-evaluation.html and choose whether you are going to evaluate youth face-to-face or send out an email to your enrolled 4-H members directly.

The Department of 4-H Youth Development will evaluate youth ages 13-18 at Discovery Days so you can focus on 8-12-year-olds locally. Once all data is collected and analyzed you will receive customized reports and news articles to share with your local stakeholders and the public. You will also have impact statements for your evaluation. It is a win-win!

If you have questions or need help, please contact one of our committee members, we’re happy to help!
Jill Martinson – Dickinson County
Robyn Deines – Walnut Creek District
Candis Meerpohl – Shawnee County
Kelsey Holcomb – Cowley County
Tara Markley – Johnson County
Dr. Barbara Stone – State 4-H Leader
Judy Levings, Kansas 4-H Common Measures Evaluation Consultant