Learn by Doing” is the premise of the LaSalle Parish 4-H Program.
In LaSalle Parish, 4-H is a vital part of the educational process with active clubs in all parish public and private schools, reaching youth in third through twelfth grades. The parish is concentrating on initiatives that include Workforce Preparation, Character Education, Leadership, and Community Service-Learning based on Mission Mandates: Science, Engineering and Technology.
The LaSalle Parish Junior Leadership Club is a priority for the parish. The parish-wide, 28 member club offers youth in Jr. and Sr. High the opportunity for greater participation in the 4-H program.
The club focus is service learning and civic impact.
The LaSalle Parish 4-H Outdoor Skills - Shooting Sports Club is a youth educational program conducted by the LSU AgCenter and volunteer instructors and parents of 55 youth that participate. The Shooting Sports Program's objects are to teach youth about firearms, firearm and hunting safety, marksmanship, hunting ethics and responsibility and other outdoor related skills. LaSalle parish currently has 20 -Level 1 Instructors that foster a caring positive experience with firearms for the youth in a safe environment, which will be a continuation of a lifetime of enjoyment. For more information about the LaSalle 4-H Program, call 318-992-2205.
The LSU AgCenter and the LSU College of Agriculture