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The Keys To Unlocking A Successful Roundup State 4-H Roundup Orientation Prepared by: Jennifer Long AGCM4990 Behavior Your best behavior and manners are expected at all times. You represent Oklahoma 4-H. Follow the directions of any 4-H chaperone with respect.

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the keys to unlocking a successful roundup state 4 h roundup orientation

The Keys To Unlocking A Successful RoundupState 4-H RoundupOrientation

Prepared by: Jennifer Long

AGCM4990

behavior
Behavior
  • Your best behavior and manners are expected at all times. You represent Oklahoma 4-H.
  • Follow the directions of any 4-H chaperone with respect.
  • Code of Conduct – you will be sent home when in violation.
  • Observe the Dress Code.
  • Be on time and participate in all scheduled activities
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Behavior
  • Be respectful of others on the floors, in common areas, during workshops and assemblies. Other people are staying in the same residence hall.
  • Do not write, tape, paint or hang any thing in the window of your room.
  • Do not dial random phone this will cause the call rolling to 911 and this will result in a fine and being sent home.
dances behavior
Dances Behavior
  • Inappropriate behavior and dancing will not be tolerated.
  • Use discretion
safety first
Safety First
  • Do not throw things out windows – you will be sent home immediately!
  • Keep room locked at all times. Do not leave valuables and money lying around.
  • Use good judgment about giving out the phone number to your room.
  • Do not leave your room after curfew except to go to the bathroom.
  • Walk in groups on campus at night.
  • No leaving campus.
  • Severe weather – follow procedures in Roundup program.
emergency phone numbers
Emergency Phone Numbers
  • State 4-H Office
    • (405) 744-5390
  • Kerr Drummond Residence Hall
    • (405) 744-5004
  • OSU Hospital
    • (405) 744-7665
  • Stillwater Hospital
    • (405) 372-1480
  • OSU Police
    • (405) 744-6523
damages or losses
Damages or Losses
  • Each individual is responsible for damage to room or public area.
  • Telephones that are disconnected or removed will result in a minimum of a $100 fine
  • Replace lost key is at least $45
  • Replace lost meal ticket $5
nametags
Nametags
  • Wear nametags at ALL times
  • Name tags should be hung around the delegates neck in plain sight.
  • The nametag is your admission into all dances and events.
what do i pack
What do I pack?
  • Personal items (toothbrush/paste, shampoo, deodorant, medication, make-up etc.)
  • Bed linens, pillow and blankets are needed. Also bring bath towels and wash clothes.
  • Clothes – Pack following dress code
  • Snacks – bring snacks or change for vending machines
  • Items for competitive events

Posters for speeches, items for demonstrations, Fashion Review, Job Readiness, etc.

  • Spending money
    • Pop machines
    • 4-H store
    • Ordering pizza
    • Friday lunch
inappropriate and not acceptable dress
Inappropriate and Not Acceptable Dress
  • Western hats or caps worn in buildings, during programs or assemblies by 4-H members, educators or volunteers.
  • Sweats or P.J.’s are not to be worn anywhere, except the delegate’s room or on the dormitory floor.
snappy casual
Girls

Slacks or jeans w/o holes

Shorts, skorts, and skirts (may not be shorter than your fingertips when standing straight with your arms at your side)

Coordinated separates, dresses, blouses

No

Spaghetti straps (3 finger rule)

Shirts showing midriffs or tank tops

Spandex

Miniskirts

Guys

Slacks or jeans w/o holes

Shorts (appropriate length)

Shirts with a collar or a t-shirt without a slogan.

Casual shoes, nice tennis shoes or boots

Ties are suggested for Job Readiness and Communications contests

No

Spandex

Tank tops

Snappy Casual

No caps or hats are to be

worn inside buildings at any time.

when do i wear snappy casual
When do I wear snappy casual?
  • Most competitive events
  • Workshops
  • Keynote assembly
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Girls

Dresses (semi-formal or best dress)

Coordinated separates

No

Backless dresses or Formals

Spandex

Miniskirts - skirts shorter than your finger-tips when standing straight with your arms at your side

Guys

Shirts with a collar

Slacks

Suit jacket or sport coat

Dress shoes or boots

Tie REQUIRED

Professional and Dress Wear(No Denim of any kind or color – this includes shirts, dresses, vests, jackets and jeans.)
when do i wear professional dress wear
When Do I Wear Professional/Dress Wear?
  • Thursday evening activities
    • Honors Assembly
    • County Pictures
    • Dance

(Suit jackets and sports coat may be removed prior to the dance.)

friday only
Friday ONLY

Everybody…

  • Walking shorts
  • Jeans
  • Roundup T-Shirt!!