4-H Health Core CurriculumMajor Program

8325

Total Hours

Contributed.

107798

Contacts

with Local Stakeholders.

42

Hours

of Multistate Efforts.

3633

Total Number

of Volunteers Engaged.

Program Indicators

Number of youth who indicated they pay attention to how much fruit they eat each day (Common Measures – HE 1)

8934

Number of youth who indicated they pay attention to how many vegetables they eat each day (Common Measures – HE 2)

8421

Number of youth who indicated they pay attention to how much water they drink each day (Common Measures – HE 3)

8004

Number of youth who indicated they eat breakfast every day or most days (Common Measures – HE 6)

8307

Number of youth who indicated they learned about healthy food choices through 4-H (Common Measures – HE 10)

16022

Number of youth who indicated they pay attention to how active they are each day (Common Measures – BA 1)

8975

Number of youth who indicated they pay attention to how much time they spend in front of a screen (TV, computer, tablet, or smartphone) each day (Common Measures – BA 2)

5190

Number of youth who indicated they talked about ways to be active in 4-H (Common Measures – BA 5)

10163

Number of youth that report they know how to handle stress

5678

Number of youth who report making healthy lifestyle choices

13054

Stories

Veggies, Racecars & Healthy Living – 3, 2, 1 … Let’s Go!!!

The Allen County 4-H Program hosted the Veggies, Racecars & Healthy Living – 3, 2, 1 … Lets Go!!! Class at the Allen County Library on September 24, 2019. Allen County 4-H partnered with the Library Learning Series for a fun-filled afternoon discussing the importance of veggies and healthy lifestyles with nineteen youth ages 4-11 and adult family members. Agent Anna led the young audience through a discussion of the importance of fruits and vegetables in their daily diets, regular water in...

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