The Mission of Williamson County 4-H is to teach youth in 4th-12th grade life skills through hands-on learning experiences in areas students enjoy. We get our name, 4-H, from our focus on the whole student– Head, Heart, Hands, and Health.
4-H strives to teach youth life skills to prepare for the workforce, including communications, public speaking, teamwork, responsibility, leadership, service to others, technical skills, healthy competition, and more. Our method of teaching life skills is through hands-on activities related to topics students enjoy. One student might participate in designing a solar powered car while another learns to sew and another raises an animal. At the end of the project, each of the students will have learned life skills as applied to their area of interest.
Doug Berny and Mary Beth Antunes
4-H Youth Development Agents