LaFargeville Afterschool students learn how to make slime!

4-H Afterschool

LaFargeville Central School


The 4-H Afterschool Program is currently full and accepting applications for the waiting list for the 2021-22 school year.

LaFargeville 4-H Afterschool program - provides afterschool academic support and enrichment along with the 4-H National mandates – Healthy Living, Citizenship, and Science. Students have access to teacher tutors to work in small group settings specifically aligning with their school day academic work. This program is funded by the 21st Century Community Learning Center grant, there is no cost to attend.

Who Can Attend: This program is open to students in grades K-8 attending LaFargeville Central School.

Program Dates & Hours: The afterschool program is Monday – Friday from school dismissal until 5:00 PM on every full day school is in session. No afterschool programming will be held on half days, early dismissal, or when afterschool activities are canceled. 

Transportation: Busing will be offered daily at 4:15 PM, while parent pickup will be by 5:15 PM. Youth that utilize the bus will only attend the academic portion of the program, while those that stay later will participate in 4-H enrichment activities.

Enrollment Instructions: Enrollment into the program is held on a first come, first serve basis. Limited spaces are available. You will be notified when your child has been accepted into the program. Once the program is full, further enrollments will be placed on a waiting list.

Please complete the enrollment form with as much information as possible. Your child may not start the program until all required enrollment information has been submitted.

Access the Digital Enrollment Form

Download Parent & Participant Handbook

If you cannot access the digital enrollment form, please contact 4-H Afterschool Program Site Coordinator, Amy Wright, at

Medication Consent Form & Instructions: The program staff have emergency medication training and are able to administer emergency medication only. Examples of emergency medication include epi-pens, inhalers, and glucagons. For medication that is administered daily, please contact the school nurse and arrange for medication to be administered at the end of the school day. Please be aware that if your child requires emergency medication, you will need to provide an extra prescription to the site coordinator before your child can start the program.

Download Medical Forms

These forms must be printed and signed by the child’s physician before they can be accepted. Please send completed forms to 4-H Afterschool Program Site Coordinator, Amy Wright, at, or mail to:

Amy Wright
CCE Jefferson
203 North Hamilton St.
Watertown, NY 13601


Amy Wright
4-H Afterschool Program Manager
315-788-8450 ext. 254

Last updated April 5, 2022