School Enrichment Programming
To register for lessons to enhance your current curriculum, online registration has been created.
TOPICS INCLUDE: Farm to the Cart, My Clothing & Weather, Beef Cattle from A to Z, Soils is Not a Dirty Word, Plant Parts we Eat, How Did That Get in my Lunchbox, Wearable Wonders, Pumpkin Life Cycle, Positively Popcorn, Hot House Dectective, Bacteriology, Embryology, GPS/Geocaching, & Beef Topics in collaboration with local school Beef Boosters!
We have set curriculum, aligned with school standards, but can adapt to nearly any lesson. If you have a topic not listed on our flyer, let us know and we will see if we have the resources available to teach that topic.
Nebraska Extension has also introduced, Classroom Connections with more resources.
STEM at Home offers fun and engaging science, technology, engineering, and math activities. Lessons are available for a variety of grade levels and are designed to help youth gain knowledge, to meet the Nebraska State Standards, and to prepare youth for the next grade level. The lessons are easy to navigate and packaged ready for you to use.
Youth in 6-8th grade can also participate in virtual, Engineering Days.
Professional development for your staff or organization....
Gain insight into things that are most important to people, unlock the secret of what motivates them, and much more!
Discover their personal strengths. Learn to recognize the strengths of others. Learn how to build instant rapport with people. Learn the most effective methods of speaking to different people. Learn to hear what people are really saying. Discover the different ways individuals process information. Learn to appreciate and value the viewpoints of others. Learn how to apply Real Colors® principles in all areas of their lives.
Adult Professional Development
We can also offer staff, coaches or volunteers the Essential Elements program that focuses on positive youth development. The training program provides key concepts; best practices, resources and activities that help youth have a more positive experience. This national program has been used not only in 4-H programs, but other extracurricular activities and youth service organizations.
Extension can also provide staff updates on mental health research and the “Opportunity Gap” which was conducted in 2020 by National 4-H Council and offers suggestions for schools and informal education (4-H/Extension) to work together and creating inclusivity and environments that support the “whole child”.
A training can also be conducted on the 40 Developmental Assets, which are research-based, positive experiences that help youth become caring, responsible, and productive adults.