Douglas County 4-H COVID-19 Policies
Face-to-Face 4-H Programming should not be taking place in Douglas County without written permission from Agents Nicole or Kirsten.
Douglas County 4-H leaders who wish to host face-to-face programming should contact:
Nicole – General Small Group Meetings & Activities and any Shooting Sports Practices. Nicole.Speeding@Colostate.edu
Kirsten – Dog, Horse, Livestock, and any other animal-related meetings, training, workshops, or clinics. Kirsten.Cowan@Colostate.edu
General COVID Guidelines for Douglas County 4-H as of 9/14/2020
- Up to 25 participants are permitted in one area at one time
- Social Distancing of 6′ should be maintained between all people of different households at all times (indoors or outdoors)
- Face masks are mandatory while inside and mandatory while outside if 6’ of distance cannot be maintained.
- Guidelines from CSU Approved Exceptions must be followed in order to continue to meet face-to-face.
- Youth and Adult liability waivers are required to be filled out and turned into the extension office or program leader prior to attending the event or program.
Youth Participant Release Form
Adult Participant Release Form
More detailed guidelines will be sent to leaders after face-to-face programming has been approved by the Agent
Please note that participation in face-to-face programming is not required to successfully participate in 4-H. We are extremely understanding that every family has a different and unique perspective of what is happening in our world in relation to the Global Pandemic. Please always feel free to reach out to the above agents with any questions, comments, or concerns. We are here to help make your families 4-H experience as amazing as possible whether it is in person or virtual!