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COVID-19 Training

As of July 1st, 2020 Yolo County 4-H is ready to "reopen" in a limited capacity. In order to provide our youth with fun and safe experiences, we encourage 4-H Project Leaders to find new and unique projects that can be done now. In order to ensure project meetings abide by local and state guidelines, all Adult Volunteer Leaders must review the materials below before working with the youth members. 

If you have questions about this process, please contact Delynda Eldridge at djeldridge@ucanr.edu


Covid-19 4-H Re-opening Meeting Guidance Training - Held live July 1, 2020. Watch the Zoom recording and view 4-H Reopening Guidelines072220 . Note that since July 1st, there have been changes to county guidelines, and in-person meetings are no longer allowed. Only meetings held outdoors may proceed. 

Mandatory Reading

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4-H Project Meeting Covid Guidelines poster- Final

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Policies and Guidance

Yolo County Roadmap to Recovery

Yolo County Department of Public Health Alerts

Yolo County 7/7/20 Press Release- Yolo County Increases Enforcement Measures to Prevent Covid-19 Spread

Yolo County Office of Education - Planning Recommendations for the 2020-2021 School Year

UC ANR Safety Standards for Resuming In-person Activity

California Department for Cohorts of Children

California Department of Public Health Day Camp Guidelines

COVID Industry Guidance - Schools and School-Based Programs

California Blueprint for a Safer Economy reopening status by county

California Department of Public Health Coronavirus Information

American Academy of Pediatrics School Reopening Position Statement

CDC Youth Program Decision Tree

Centers for Disease Control Coronavirus Information

World Health Organization Coronavirus Information

Additional Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources

Actionable Steps You Can Take to Reduce the Spread of Disease

Talking with Children about Coronavirus Disease 2019

Guide to Helping Families Cope

Ideas to Continue the Learning in 4-H Projects


Past Updates

March 24th 4-H Program Update

March 18th 4-H Program Update

March 14th 4-H Program Update