October 15, 2020
4-H Project Report Forms & Guide to Kansas 4-H Project Recognition
The 4-H KAP Revision Taskforce has been hard at work wrapping up year 1 of the pilot. We had 135 4-H parents and leaders as well as KSRE staff in participating pilot units give us feedback on the new 4-H Project Report Forms. Thank you to the 10 pilot units (26 individual counties) for joining us on the adventure and giving good input throughout. Covid-19 definitely threw some wrinkles in our plans, but we persevered!
We are excited to announce that the new Project Report Forms, Guide to Project Recognition and supporting records/forms are available online at:
We know that you will have questions and the Task Force wants to do to everything we can to make the transition to the new system as smooth as possible. Trainings and resource materials are being developed and will be rolled out over the next year. In the meantime, we encourage you to check the webpage linked above and to refer to the "Guide to Kansas 4-H Project Recognition."
Special thanks to Task Force members for their hard work, time, and experience throughout this re-design process. It is our sincere hope that more 4-H members complete records at the local level, receive project recognition, and learn important life skills such as organization, reflection, prioritization, and growth and mastery of skill.