In additional to the traditional club program and 4-H projects, Madison County 4-H and OSU Extension offer a variety of programs to conduct in school classrooms, before and after school programs, libraries, community events, etc.

If you would like to request a program, read through the options below and contact Laura Dillion at dillion.26@osu.edu or call 740-956-5052!

Real Money, Real World

  • Real Money. Real World. (RMRW) is a youth-focused financial literacy program from Ohio State University Extension. It can be used with youth ages 12-18, but it is ideally suited for youth ages 13-16. The curriculum is time-tested and has been highly successful because of the creative community efforts of Extension educators, local school teachers, and community volunteers.

  • Click here to learn more about the curriculum.

STEM Activities

  • OSU Extension and Ohio 4-H offer a wide variety of STEM based curriculum that can accompany your classroom curriculum and prepare students for the workforce. 
  • Learn more about Ohio 4-H STEM here
  • Click here for the Ohio 4-H STEM Blog with activities and more!

Ag in the Classroom Activities

  • Anything from animal agriculture, to Bread in a Bag, dairy science, natural resources, energy, and more!
  • All lessons align directly with Ohio Department of Education curriculum standards

ChickQuest

  • Contact our office to inquire about our curriculum and resources for hatching eggs in your classroom, library, etc.!
  • Extension professionals can provide teachers and leaders with materials, eggs, and lessons to teach and can come to your classroom to conduct some programming as well!
  • All lessons and activities align directly with Ohio Department of Education curriculum standards
  • Learn more about ChickQuest here

Nutrition Education (Blender Bike)

  • If you would like to reserve the Blender Bike for an event or school program, contact our office!
  • Learn more about the Blender Bike here