Recordbooks

Have you ever thought about doing a recordbook? A recordbook is good for those who want to keep  records of their 4-H career, win awards for resumes, or help you with filling out your scholarship applications. All seniors who complete a recordbook say that it helped them with filling out their scholarship applications a lot.


Dates to Remember

It is best you start NOW on your recordbook!!! It is way easier for all ages now so get started and be ahead of the game!!!
RECORDBOOKS DUE: June 20, 2016

County Recordbook Workshop: June 13, 9am, County Extension Office (please bring notes, calendars, and laptops to work on your recordbook)

County Recordbook Judging Date: June 21, 2016, 6:00pm, Bea’s Kitchen (If you would like to judge, email mlholcombe@ag.tamu.edu)

District Recordbook Judging Date: July 7, 2016, TBD

State Recordbook Judging Date: August 2016 TBD

Recorded Recordbook Training held May 25, 2016


Recordbook Changes

“For the Record” is the Texas 4-H and Youth Development Program’s record keeping program. It is a two part educational process that teaches basic record keeping skills and then allows a 4-H member to participate in the record book competition.

PLEASE NOTE:  There is no online reporting system now!

NEW for 2016:

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Recordbook Forms

Beginner:

For grades K-2. (Goes to County only)

2015-2016 Beginner Recordbook

ALSO INCLUDE UP TO 3 PAGES OF PHOTOS!


Junior:

For grades 3-5.

(Goes to County and District- (if qualified 1st place in project category))
This group focuses on 1 main project for the current 4-H year.


Intermediate:

For 6-8 grade.

(Goes to County and District- (if qualified 1st place in project category))
This age group focuses on 1 main project for the current 4-H year.


Senior:

For grades 9-12.

(Goes to County, District, and State- (if qualified 1st place in project category at each level))
This age group can do a max of 4 projects for the current 4-H year.


 Recordbook Examples

New Examples!!! as 6-5-2013

Examples to help assist you with recordbooks (Note: these are past recordbooks, but will help with writing the new ones and wording):


 

 

 

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