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If you have questions about the information posted below, send an email to the Comal County office of the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service at or call (830) 620-3440. View the web site:

Scholarship Workshop - November 30th

Attention graduating seniors of 2016 - there will be a workshop on the Texas 4-H Foundation Scholarship Application and process on November 30th at 6:30 p.m. in the Extension meeting room. Other 4-H members are welcome to attend, but this will be geared towards those graduating. See below for primary requirements to be eligible to apply:
  • Be an active member of the Texas 4-H Youth Development Program for the current year and at least the two of the three previous years, have a current enrollment with the county Extension Office where applicant resides, and be in good standing with the Texas 4-H Youth Development Program at all levels (county, district, and state)
  • Be scheduled to graduate from a Texas High School (public, private, or home) during the 2015-2016  school year
  • Meet the entrance requirements for the college or university for which formal application has been made
  • Have made formal application to enroll with intent to attend a Texas college or university in the Fall of the year scholarship is awarded. Youth with plans or intentions of attending an non-Texas college/university/trade school are not eligible

This workshop will be presented by Travis County Extension Agent Cory Talley Hundl. We need to ensure we have enough handouts, so please let us know how many are coming by November 25th. Call 830-620-3440 or email to RSVP.

State Fair of Texas Scholarship Applications

Scholarship Applications Now Online
Applications for the 2016 State Fair of Texas Livestock scholarships are now online! Scholarships are awarded to graduating Texas high school seniors who are enrolling in an agricultural-related or agricultural-benefiting natural science curriculum at a Texas college or university and who have competed in competitive youth livestock events held at the State Fair of Texas. Apply online today, applications are due February 15, 2016.

Close to Home - November meeting

Close to Home 4-H meeting November 12, 2015 
Comal County Commissioner Donna Eccleston and Lindheimer Master Naturalist Susan Bogle both attended  to help with the dedication of the burr oak from our club as a follow up on our one day 4-H project. Close to Home 4-H helps maintain the trails around the Tye Preston Library; we appreciate all the support they have given our club and its members. We also discussed a Christmas party on December 10th - 2:30 for our next meeting. The club discussed various community service projects and upcoming projects for the next two months.

Rabbit Project Meeting and Validation

We had 48 children validate rabbits for the Rabbit project.  In addition we had many parents there, also.  After the validation was complete we held our meeting and breeding was taught.  Since we had quite a few new families, this was an important meeting for them to attend.  Our next meeting will be December 15th and we will be talking about how to take care of the babies and getting them to the proper weight for the show.

Submitted by Maureen Dunckel

National 4-H Conference - Nov. 30 deadline

The application to attend National 4-H Conference, April 9-14, 2016 in Washington, D.C., is now open on 4-H Connect. Texas 4-H Youth Development will send up to 20 youth delegates. Youth wanting to participate must be 15 years old on January 1, 2016 and not more than 18 on April 15, 2016. County Extension staff are required to certify the application in 4-H Connect.

Applications must be submitted online and certified through 4HCONNECT by November 30, 2015.

National 4-H Conference is a premier leadership and citizenship engagement program for youth. Participants select a societal topic and are assigned to roundtables. In these roundtable discussion with other youth and facilitated by a collegiate intern, the youth prepare a briefing that is presented to federal stakeholders during a visit to Capitol Hill. Evening social activities, leadership workshops, and tours of the monuments and museums rounds out the schedule. It is a ‘working conference’ and youth attending are required to actively participate.

The fee to attend National 4-H Conference is $2,000 and is due by February 1, 2016. To provide an idea of what the conference includes, I have attached the day by day schedule from 2015. This conference is held annually and the schedule is similar from year to year.

Vet Science Tours Miller Raw Milk Dairy

The Vet Science 4-H club visited Miller Raw Milk Dairy in Lacoste (west of San Antonio) yesterday. They had the opportunity to see dairy farming first hand. They assisted with cleaning before milking and applying the automatic suction milk extractors.

Members in Vet Science picture are Allison King, Bridget Martin, Rebecca Aylesworth, Hannah Strahl, Emma Vequist and Emma Frerman

Homegrown - November meeting

Homegrown 4-H Club met on November 12th with 18 present (11 members, 6 parents/adults, and 1 guest). 

We opened the meeting and had an ice breaker. We then had reports and went over current announcements. Our program was given by Mr. Luepke, the county ag agent. 

After the meeting we made cards for veterans.

Our next meeting is January 14th at 3 p.m. at the county Extension office.

Submitted by Jacey Hall

Gruene Kountry - November meeting

Gruene Kountry 4-H Club held their November meeting on Sunday, November 8th at Mission Valley Community Center.  There were 73 people in attendance: 37 members, 28 adults, and 8 guests.
After our business meeting, the Canyon High School Chapter Conducting Team gave a presentation on parliamentary procedure.  For our recreation, we practiced the Christmas carols we will be singing at Colonial Manor next month and played football on the schoolhouse grounds.
Our next meeting will be our Christmas party on Sunday, December 6th from 3pm – 5pm at the Extension Office.  We will make goody bags for our adopted residents, have a cookie exchange, and eat pizza.  We will deliver the goody bags and sing carols at Colonial Manor on Monday, December 14th at 6pm.
 Submitted by Kasen Kreusler, Gruene Kountry Reporter

Homegrown Foods Group Tours Steubing Dairy Farm

We went to Steubing Dairy Farm and got to watch how they milk the cows and some of the kids got to feed a baby calf. 

Sherwood 4-H - November meeting

Sherwood 4-H met November 9th with 56 people present. Our program was a presentation by Texas Game Warden Cotey Leonard. Officer Leonard talked about what it takes to become a game warden and what game wardens do.

Coats and blankets were donated and provided to SAMM Ministries.

Other projects or business of special interest:
Dec. 2 - 4 pm - Courthouse tree decorating
Dec. 12 - Comal County 4-H Livestock Show

Our next meeting is December 14th at 6:30 pm at Bulverde EMS/Fire Station. We will not have a program - we'll have our Christmas party.

Submitted by: Kayla Wunderlich

Pet Collar Project Reminder

Bluebonnet 4-H - November meeting

Bluebonnet 4-H Club met on November 8, at the Extension Office Meeting Room. We recognized all of the people that participated in Food Challenge and the Food Show. Our Senior team got 1st place, Intermediate team got 2nd, and Juniors got 3rd. We voted to use club funds to provide crayons for the Comal County Crisis Center gift packages and we talked about the new rules for the Comal County Homemaking and Art Fair. Our topics were County and State Roundup contests and we held a miniature photography judging contest. We also made ornaments to hand out when we go caroling for our December meeting.

There were 31 youth and 17 adults at the last Bluebonnet 4-H meeting.

Our next meeting will be December 14 at colonial manor nursing home.

Submitted by: Lila Moseley

Bulverde 4-H - November meeting

The Bulverde 4-H Club held its monthly meeting on Monday, November 9, 2015.  There were 11 members including 4 new members, 4 adults and two special guests present. 
Kaitlyn Smith gave us a very interesting presentation on 4-H ambassador programs and Texas Brigades.  After the meeting we made Thanksgiving placemats and fall table centerpieces for the Bulverde/Spring Branch Activity center. 
Our next meeting will be held Monday, December 14 at 7:00 p.m. in the Rahe Bulverde Elementary School Cafeteria.  We will have our Christmas Bunco party. 
Reporter:  Curtis Stricker  

2016 Beekeeping Essay Contest - Due January 8, 2016

The 2016 Beekeeping Essay Contest theme has been announced.  This year’s topic is “Bees and Pollination. How Important is it?”

The deadline for submission to the Texas 4-H office is Friday, January 8, 2016

Submissions will only be accepted electronically. The essay, along with the certification form, should be uploaded to FormSite at

Cash prizes will be awarded to the top three winners from Texas 4-H:
·        1st Place: $300.00
·        2nd Place: $200.00
·        3rd Place: $100.00
The first place essay will advance to the national contest representing Texas 4-H.

The complete rules and guidelines are available online under the Entomology Project section of the Texas 4-H website

Share-the-Fun Updates

We are excited to announce some changes (and a few reminders) for the 2016 Texas 4-H Roundup Share-The-Fun contest!!
1.       Share-The-Fun will be split over two days at Texas 4-H Roundup!
a.       Wednesday: Choreographed Routines, Dramedy, Poetry/Prose, and Vocal
b.      Thursday:  Celebrate 4-H, Musical/Instrumental, and Solo/Band Performance
2.       NEW! 4-H members will be able to participate in one Share-The-Fun category on Wednesday AND one Share-The-Fun category on Thursday!
3.       NEW! A “Best of Show” will be selected each evening by audience participation through texting in votes.
4.       A total of 7 categories will be offered for the 2016 contest.
5.       Don’t forget!  This will be the third year for the additional acting category called Dramedy. 
6.       The first and second place district winners in each of the seven (7) categories qualify for Texas 4-H Roundup.
7.       The first and second place entries in each category from District advancing to Texas 4-H Roundup may be from the same county.  If a county has an entry in each category at District and each wins first or second, then they can all advance to Texas 4-H Roundup.
8.       Please note the Texas 4-H Roundup rule that went into effect in 2013:  4-H members MAY enter the same category in which they have previously been part of a first place entry at Texas 4-H Roundup. 
9.       There will be an Orientation on Tuesday, June 7, 2016 at 4:00 pm for Choreographed Routines, Dramedy, Poetry/Prose, and Vocal.  There will be an Orientation on Wednesday, June 8, 2016 at 4:00 pm for Celebrate 4-H, Musical/Instrumental, and Solo/Band Performance.  
10.   There will be an Awards Assembly on Wednesday, June 8, 2016 at 2:00 pm for Choreographed Routines, Dramedy, Poetry/Prose, and Vocal.  There will be an Awards Assembly on Thursday, June 9, 2016 at 2:00 pm for Celebrate 4-H, Musical/Instrumental, and Solo/Band Performance.
More information for teams qualifying for Texas 4-H Roundup will be sent to those counties in the spring.  If you have questions concerning Share-The-Fun for your DISTRICT contest, please contact your 4-H Specialist coordinating that event.  If you have questions pertaining to the rules for the state contest, please contact myself.

The guidelines can also be found soon on the Texas 4-H Roundup website under the Contest Resources section:

CCJLSA Scholarship - Due March 15th

The Comal County Junior Livestock Show Association Scholarship is due to the Extension office by March 15, 2016. The application is posted on our web site under the Publications & Information tab. Click here for the application. Be sure to turn in your documentation with your scholarship application.

CCJLSA Scholarship Rules & Guidelines
  • Applicant's family are members of the CCJLSA by Dec. 1 each year the student exhibited.
  • Applicant's are members in good standing in the FFA or 4-H at the time of application.
  • Applicant's participated as exhibitors in the show for at least 2 years during high school.
  • Applicant must have participated in operation of the Concession stand, or another part of the Show & Sale process, during the Stock Show and Sale each year they exhibited in the show during their high school years. Students should collect documentation for the activities in which they participated. The following information is required: (1) Student Name and Club Affiliation, (2) Signature of Adult in charge of concession stand, or any activity in which the student actively participated to assist the CCJLSA.
Currently, each of the four high schools and the 4-H program will be provided three (3) $1,000.00 scholarships to award to students. The CCJLSA has the final determination of how many scholarships will be offered each year and how much each scholarship will be worth. These decisions will be made by the association based on available funds raised by the concession stand. All three scholarships must be awarded or they will be lost. No 'roll over' policy will be offered.

The CCJLSA President will appoint a committee to review and select scholarship winners. Scholarship recipients will be selected from applications received from FFA Booster Clubs and the 4-H Extension office. Winners’ names will be given to the organizations for recognition at their Awards programs. The recipients are then required to turn in a copy of their tuition payment for the fall or spring semester from the school they are attending and a thank-you note to the association in order to receive payment. Please send proof of tuition payment and thank-you note to: CCJLSA, P.O. Box 311976, New Braunfels, TX 78131-1976. Expiration of this scholarship award is April 1st of the following year the award is originally made.

If the student applicant is applying through FFA, the student must fill out a general scholarship application (available in the Counselor’s office or Career Center), provide a copy of their transcript, a personal statement of their future plans to utilize the scholarship money, and they should meet the rules and guidelines provided by the CCJLSA as mentioned above.

If the student is applying through 4-H, the student should contact the Extension Service office for other application requirements and further details. They are also required to meet the rules and guidelines pro-vided by the CCJLSA as mentioned above.

These guidelines pertaining to the CCJLSA Scholarship Program may be changed or amended by the Association Membership as needed to improve the scholarship awards program process.

If you have questions concerning the scholarship process, please contact Carl Hoffmann at

2016 4-H Family Archery Camp

Registration is now open for the 2016 4-H Family Archery Camp! 

This camp will be held January 22-24, 2016 at the Texas 4-H Conference Center on Lake Brownwood.

The 2016 Camp has evolved into a ‘family style’ camp meaning Mom and Dad (or other family adults) will attend along with their kids and learn the same knowledge and skills.  See the flyer (click here) for all details.

The registration process will go through the Texas 4-H Conference Center website (

·         Registration will be open Nov. 9th - Dec. 31st

4-H Scholarship UPDATE - IMPORTANT!

World Food Prize Competition - Due January 5, 2016

Inspiring the Next Generation of Global Leaders is the goal of the World Food Prize competition being held at the 2016 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo.  The contest is open to 4-H members who prepare a research paper about a global issue concerning hunger and poverty.  Students then participate in a day long event during the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo presenting their research as well as visiting with other leaders in the global food community.  

Four to six students at the World Food Prize Texas Youth Institute will be invited to attend the three-day educational experience held in conjunction with the World Food Prize International Symposium in October. Students interact with World Food Prize Laureates, discuss pressing food security issues with international experts, and participate in interactive activities with other students from across the United States and around the world.

Students who attend the Global Youth Institute may apply for this all-expenses-paid, eight-week hands-on summer experience, working with world-renowned scientists and policymakers at leading research centers in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East.

Students involved in the World Food Prize youth programs may apply for a USDA Wallace-Carver fellowship. Fellows conduct original research or policy analysis through paid summer internships at USDA research centers and field offices across the country, including USDA headquarters in Washington, D.C.

Deadline for entry is January 5, 2016.  For complete rule and more information please see the flyer on our web site.

4-H Opportunities Scholarships

The Texas 4-H and Youth Development Program and the Texas 4-H Youth Development Foundation is once again pleased to offer to our senior high school 4-H members and current college students the opportunity to apply for an Opportunity Scholarship through the Texas 4-H Youth Development Foundation. 

This year Texas 4-H members can apply for scholarships in three areas, baccalaureate, courageous heart, and technical. Former Texas 4-H members will be able to apply for scholarships through the collegiate scholarship program.  All applications and support materials are attached to this email.  Additionally, all information can be downloaded from the Texas 4-H website at:  

The application and the instructions are separate documents for easier completion and direction.  The application form is being offered in Microsoft Word edition.

Due to a continued increase in incomplete and the incorrect completion of the scholarship applications from applicants, any incomplete or incorrect application submitted will not be considered.  It is the responsibility of the 4-H member and parent/guardian to ensure all information is correct and complete prior to submitting.  Absolutely no follow up or updates will be allowed once submitted.

Due dates and deadlines for 2016 Scholarship process are as follows:
September, 2015                 Release of 2016 Application
November – January            Scholarship Trainings
November – December         Applicant complete FAFSA and receive report
January 25, 2016                 Application due to County Office, EMR
February 5, 2016                 Applications due to District Office
February 19, 2016               Applications due to State 4-H Office
April 12, 2016                      Interview selection notification
April 29 - May 1, 2016          Interviews (Austin, TX)
June 7, 8, &/or 9, 2016         Awards Assemblies/Banquets (College Station, TX)

Requirements for Baccalaureate, Technical & Courageous Heart Scholarships
All applications MUST meet the minimum requirements/criteria to even be considered for judging (see guidelines for complete details).  Those applications not meeting the requirements should not be submitted to the county Extension Office and/or Agent.


We have a scholarship training scheduled for the Extension Meeting Room on November 30th at 6:30 p.m. The training will be presented by CEA Cory Talley Hundl. RSVP by November 25th.

For those who were unable to join the 2016 Texas 4-H Opportunity Scholarship Training on Thursday, November 5, 2016 you may now view the workshop online.
The link for viewing the presentation is:
The presentation is approximately 2 hours in link.

Shooting Sports Coach Training - Victoria, TX

We’re pleased to announce the District 11 Shooting Sports Coaches’ Training held January 9-10 in Victoria, TX at the Victoria County 4-H Activity Center. Please see the attached information for details.

·         The flyer is posted online here:
      Registration will be through 4-H Connect. Its open STATEWIDE to all volunteers.
o   Registration will be November 6 – December 18.  Late registration is available for an additional $25 December 19 – January 4th.
o   All volunteers must be ACTIVE to register in 4-H Connect.
·         Registration fee is $120.
·         Lodging is not provided, but here are a few suggestions.
o   Hilton Garden Inn, 123 Huvar St, Victoria, TX 77904 (361) 573-0303
o   Hampton Inn, 7006 N Navarro St, Victoria, TX 77904 (361) 573-9911
o   La Quinta ( be sure to use your Texas 4-H Friends & Alumni discount here!) 7603 N Navarro St, Victoria , TX  77904(361) 572-3585

o    Holiday Inn Express,  111 Huvar St, Victoria , TX  77904•(361) 575-1600

Kerrville Breeding Sheep Show

The Hill Country District Junior Livestock Show Breeding Sheep Show is now a state-wide show!

Check in - Tuesday, January 19, 2016 - 3-7 p.m.

Show - Wednesday, January 20, 2016 - 8 a.m. - finished
There are classes for all registered breeding sheep and for both ewes and rams.

Premiums include:
$ 3000 Scholarship & Buckle - Supreme Ewe
$ 500 Cash Prize - Reserve Supreme Ewe
Buckle - Supreme Ram
$ 150 Premium - Breed Champions, Ewes and Rams
$ 50 Premium - Reserve Breed Champions, Ewes and Rams

Guaranteed premium money places 1-6, regardless of class size.
Entries must be made through 4-H or FFA and are due by November 13th to the county office.
Entry forms are available at:
Please contact for more information.
Hope to see you there!

Mary Beth Bauer

Re-Fashion Retreat - January 15-17, 2016

Registration for Re-Fashion Retreat 2016 is now open!
Registration is open through December 31, 2015.

Check-in begins at 6:30 pm on January 15. Check-out is at 11 am on January 17.

Food Challenge - November 2, 2015

Comal County 4-H was well-represented at the County 4-H Food Challenge on November 2nd at the West Side Community Center. We had thirteen teams compete! Congratulations on the 1st and 2nd place teams in each age group - these teams will go on to compete in Kerrville on December 5th.

Junior Teams:

Cherry Blossoms - 1st place
Falon Cochran, Emily Hartmann, Hannah Pape

Recipe Wranglers - 2nd place
Rhea Carter, Claire Schaeferkoeter, Jess Whitehead, Wesley Whitehead, Whitney Whitehead

Noodle Ninjas - 3rd place
Brooke Baker, Lainey Moseley, Elena Naranjo, Megan Skarovsky, Peyton Wirebaugh

Minion Chefs - 4th place
Brianna Anderson, Rheanna Gonzales, Madison Migura, Travis Migura, Brynnleigh Miller

Intermediate Teams:

Gruene Machine - 1st place
Keene Kreusler, Carlie Stratemann, Carolyn Stratemann, Jillian Vollbrecht

Sizzling Senoritas - 2nd place
Sydney Baker, Maya Langendorff, Hannah Polston, Presley Wirebaugh

Sherwood Chefs - 3rd place
Sage Carter, Isabella Kerr, Julia Smith, Abigail Permenter

Is it Edible - 4th place
Aubrey Harris, Elijah Harris, Nahalie Stidhem, Allyson Reyna

Good Food and the Dude - 5th place
Reagan Hoffmann, Hannah Pellerin, Ty Schaeferkoeter, Avery Shrum

The Super Spatulas - 6th place
Brenlea Broyles, Catherine Haegelin, Elizabeth Haegelin, Shane McGinnis

Senior Teams:

Women in Black - 1st place
Kenzy Hoffmann, Payton Miner, Helena MacCrossan, Shelby Steinbach, Sarah Syamken

Controlled Chaos - 2nd place
Hannah Kolb, Zoe Lovelady, Kaitlyn Smith

Jalapeno Hotties - 3rd place
Elaina Crouch, Grace Crouch, Peyton Eickenroht, Morgan Elsworth, Emily Gwin

Congratulations to all on a job well done!

Summer Horsemanship School Program

44th Annual Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service Summer Horsemanship School Program

A Great, Affordable, Hands-On Opportunity for Building a Strong Foundation and Advancing Your Horsemanship Skills

The 2016 dates have been determined, and registration is now open for next summer!  Register today to host a horsemanship school in your county!  Youth, parents, and volunteer leaders are all welcome to join in the fun of riding your own horse, enjoying good fellowship with like-minded people, and learning from the Aggie instructors.

Register by phone:  979-845-2604
Deposits of $300 are non-refundable.  Balance of $1000 (2-day) or $1250 (3-day) are due May 15.
Registration fees can be recovered by dividing the fee among participants, gaining sponsorships, hosting fundraisers, etc.

Participants receive instruction on basic, intermediate, and advanced horsemanship skills and maneuvers and have the opportunity to practice them with guided instruction.  Topics include the following maneuvers: rein aids, lateral movement (hip-in, side-pass, and two-track), collection, stopping, backing, rollbacks, turnarounds (spins), speed control, simple lead changes, and flying lead changes, along with other specialized events, short, interactive lectures, and games.

Overall, counties have been very pleased with the schools.  Comments made about the schools include the following:
• "I learned so much about solving unexpected problems!"
• “The information was very well presented.”
• “The program is excellent for beginner to advanced riders.”
• “This clinic helped me with what I needed and even showed me some new things I want to now work on and perfect.”
• “The trainers were very knowledgeable and courteous. I learned much.”

Over the past 43 years, the program has reached 48,414 youth, parents, and volunteer leaders.  A total of 1,398 schools have been conducted, and there have been 250 different college students who have served as instructors in the program.

More information is also available on our website: . Click on Summer Horsemanship School Program and Hosting a School.

Seguin Prospect Pig Show

Bluebonnet's Community Service Project

Here is community service opportunity for Clothing and Textiles. Bluebonnet is collecting homemade pet collars to donate to the Humane Society of New Braunfels Area. They will be delivered in early December and they are willing to pick up the completed collars, or they can drop off at the location on the flyer.

Bluebonnet's 4-H Photography Schedule

Listed below are all of the workshops that the Bluebonnet Photography project will be hosting this year. All 4-H'ers are welcome to pick and choose which they would like to attend based on their availability or the focus of the workshop.

Teen Retreat - January 8-10, 2016

Join us for Teen Retreat January 8-10 at the Texas 4-H Conference Center. This year’s program includes awesome educational sessions, including STEM, Share the Fun, Wildlife, and Leadership. We will also have a Polar Bear Plunge and, of course, nightly 4-H dances! Registration is now open at or click the link on our Facebook page. Cost is $115/youth, $85/adults and includes lodging and meals. Registration is open thru December 31st. Check-in will start at 7 pm on Jan. 8th and the retreat will conclude at 10 am on Jan. 10th.

Recordbook Updates! IMPORTANT!

CHANGES FOR 2015-2016

Record Books submitted for judging in 2016 are to be completed using the Microsoft Word forms found at
Member categories
  • Junior (grades 3-5)
  • Intermediate (grades 6-8)
  • Senior (grades 9-12)
Clarification on reporting of learning experiences. Activities that occur in non-4-H settings such as other community or youth organizations, or in a self-directed project may be reported in the Junior Diary, Intermediate Personal Journal or Senior Section I as learning experiences.
All competitive events outside of 4-H are to be reported as non-4-H.
4-H members winning first place in a record book category may enter that same category again.

  • Livestock Judging can be reported as a 4-H project. Other judging contest activities will continue to be reported within the 4-H Project it supports. (Whereas Horse Judging supports the Horse Project, Livestock judging involves multiple species; thus it can be reported as a stand-alone project.)
  • Recordkeeping Tool available  Please see Appendix F of the Family Guide to the Texas 4-H Recordbook to learn about an online recordkeeping system created by Claire Godwin, Williamson County 4-H member. This is a TOOL and is not an online Record Book

ADDED:  Agriculture Sciences
REMOVED:  Dairy, Housing & Home Environment and Safety.
Please see category descriptions, efforts have been made to ensure the books in the eliminated categories have a place to enter.
Other items to note:
  • Personal Information Page (required, but not judged) available as a fillable PDF
  • Junior Books - current year's report form only
  • Intermediate books - include prior year's report forms as part of the overall evaluation
  • Senior books - include three year's prior report forms as part of the overall evaluation.

Several updates are listed at the very beginning of the Family Guide. You can find this on our web site under the Publications and Information tab. Click here to see the Family Guide with updates and Recordbook Categories.