Project Record Recognition
Post Rock District aligns project record recognition opportunities with the forms and expectations set forth by Kansas 4-H. There are no county-level project record forms used as part of the project record recognition process.
Printable Project Record Forms
Access the forms and details for Project Record Books and 4-H Permanent Records at the Kansas 4-H website > Resources > Awards & Recognition > Local Record Keeping & Project Report Forms.
Online Project Record Platform
Find information about online record keeping options through Kansas 4-H at Record Keeping with ZBooks.
Project Records Due October 3
Project record reports summarizing the 2021-2022 4-H program year are due October 3, 2022. By close of business, documents must be submitted to the local Post Rock District Office.
Project Recognition Check Sheet
Review the check sheet closely before submitting your project record. The check sheet outlines the documents required to complete your project record submission to county-level judging.
The Kansas 4-H project record forms are age specific based on 4-H age for the current year. Pay close attention and use the correct forms.
- Junior: Ages 7-9
- Intermediate: Ages 10-13
- Senior: Ages 14-18
General vs. Animal Report Forms
There are two forms, unique to different 4-H projects. If you are not sure what form your 4-H project area should use, please contact the Post Rock District Team before getting started.
Project Record Report Form Evaluation Rubric
During judging, written feedback is provided on the evaluation rubric to assist youth with enhancing their record keeping skills sets. Recognition can be earned at the county-level with advancement opportunities. After local competition, there are project record competitions at the regional and state levels for Kansas 4-H. Post Rock District participates in the Northwest 4-H region. County-level recognition winners are announced at the respective county’s annual achievement ceremony/celebration.
Guide to Kansas 4-H Project Recognition
Learn about the project recognition process for Kansas 4-H. Review the guide to understand contest expectations and the components of the record report forms.
Kansas 4-H has some helpful video tutorials to assist you with understanding and navigating the current project record report forms and processes.
Check out the Post Rock District 4-H webpage dedicated with resources related to helping you build life skills related to Record Keeping and Reporting
We’re Here to Help!
Post Rock District Staff are happy to help you learn record keeping skills and navigate the project records judging experience in 4-H. Reach out to your local Post Rock District Office, and we’ll be glad to set up an appointment to help you learn and grow!