New Family Interest Book - This booklet is jam packed with great information about 4H. It has links to important websites and your local 4-H Leadership folks that you can lean on to help make your Sheridan County 4-H experience the most fun. Click on this Link New Family Interest Book
4-H online enrollment is now open!! They have a new website:v2.4honline.com. You will use the same login and password as you did in the old system. Step-by-step instructions on how to reenroll, enroll a new family, or add a youth member can be found at our North Panhandle website: https://extension.unl.edu/statewide/northernpanhandle/. Online 4-H payment option is now available.
Youth who are between the ages of 5 and 7 as of January 1, 2022 are eligible to enroll as Clover Kid members and youth who are 8 as of January 1, 2022 are regular members. The fee to enroll in 4-H is $5. Members must enroll in 4-H prior to June 15, 2022 in order to participate in the County Fair. Youth who are participating in robotics and shooting sports need to enroll in 4-H prior to participating in the shooting sports practice and the robotics competition.
Volunteer Screening Process
Like many other youth-serving organizations, Nebraska 4-H makes youth safety a priority. Nebraska 4-H makes youth safe by screening the volunteers that work with youth. 4-H has different volunteer roles. Reach out to find out the different ways to volunteer! Depending on the volunteer roles, there are different volunteer screening processes.
Direct Volunteers (club leaders, adults who teach special interest programs, etc.)
- Complete 4-HOnline Enrollment
- Complete Volunteer Screening - done every 5 years after initial screening. Sioux next rotation will be 2023
- Attend Volunteer Training
Indirect Volunteers (superintendents, 4-H Council, etc.)
- Not required to complete 4-HOnline Enrollment
- Sign paperwork given by office
Please note that certain volunteer roles within Nebraska 4-H require additional screening or training, including 4-H Shooting Sports Instructors/Leaders, FIRST Robotics volunteers, and 4-H Horsemanship Advancement Level Examiners.