Curtis 4-H Club

What is 4-H?

4-H is the largest youth organization in the United States! Louisiana's 4-H program has thousands of members who take part in 4-H meetings and activities year-round. The Louisiana 4-H program is a partnership between the LSU AgCenter's Cooperative Extension Service and school systems in all the state's parishes.

4-H Develops Life Skills

Life skills are tools we use for making important decisions that can enhance the quality of our lives. 4-H enables young people to develop interests and abilities in a variety of areas. Youth practice leadership, communication, teamwork, and decision-making that help them become productive members of society.

The Curtis 4-H Enrollment Drive runs Tuesday, September 6-Friday, September 23.

NEW THIS YEAR: There are TWO steps to enrolling your child in Bossier/Curtis 4-H!

  1. Fill out the one page blue "4-H Member Enrollment Form," fill out the bottom of the cover letter with your shirt size, and pay your enrollment fee to Mrs. Robin in the library.

  2. Go to https://v2.4honline.com/#/user/sign-in and follow the steps. If you need a "how-to" guide, please call the 4-H office (318-965-2326), and they will email you a copy. The online enrollment needs to be completed to be COMPLETELY enrolled in 4-H. (*You must use a parent email address on the online enrollment because students cannot receive outside emails on their Bossier Schools email account.)

*4th Grade selects "Discovering 4-H" for project. 5th Grade selects "Exploring 4-H" for project.

Curtis 4-H Club:

We have a strong, award-winning 4-H Club at Curtis Elementary. Our club has always been one of the largest in the parish. Curtis 4-H holds meetings every month during the school day that are filled with fun information, talent presentations, and demonstrations from our members. Each Spring, project books and optional portfolios are turned in and judged. Also, in the spring, the parish holds a 4-H Fun Day. The students participate in several different activities during the day and spend their hard-earned Clover Bucks that they have collected for their donations to our monthly community service projects. Members are rewarded for their efforts at 4-H Awards Nights in May. Certificates and trophies are awarded to individual members for outstanding work and participation in the club and for their portfolio and project books. Students who wish to be Curtis 4-H Cheerleaders in 5th grade, must be 4-H members and complete all Fun Day requirements (attend 2 parish events, 5 community service projects, and complete the parish issued Project Book) in both 4th and 5th grades.