Environmental Education Trip Planning Information for Lead Teachers


Listed below are tabs with important items to help the lead teacher prepare for their field study at the Burton 4-H Center.


Residential Program Classes, Forms, Templates, and Information

Please find below helpful trip planning documents, forms and links to make your trip a success with the Burton 4-H Center!:

Required Forms to submit:

Burton Led Classes

Sample Schedules

School Led Programs 

Adult & Student EE Guidelines

What to Wear & Pack:

Canteen (Gift Shop):


Learning Groups

Student Journal Questions for EE Classes

Student Journal Questions are available for students to reflect and review their experiences at the Burton 4-H Center! Our journal questions are broken down by Beginner (5 questions), Intermediate (8 questions) and Advanced (10 questions). Beginner questions are recommended 3rd-5th Grades, Intermediate questions are recommended for 6th-8th Grades and Advanced questions are recommended for 9th-12th Grades. Depending on your students and trip dates, please feel free to use the appropriate level of journal questions as needed. Please find cover pages also below.

Answer Keys are available for teachers for Student Journal Questions, please email Erine-Fay.

Cover Pages for Student Journal Question Booklets 

3rd-12th Pre-Trip/Post-Trip Journal Questions & Experiences 

3rd-5th Grade Student Journal Questions

6th-8th Grade Student Journal Questions

9th-12th Grade Student Journal Questions 

Georgia Standards of Excellence Correlations

Burton 4-H Classes correlate with Georgia Standards of Excellence. Please view which classes best fit for your grades standards below.

Tour of the Burton 4-H Center Video



Erine-Fay McNaught, EE Program Coordinator
Burton 4-H Center
Phone: (912) 786-5534  Fax: (912) 786-9814
E-mail: erinefay.mcnaught@uga.edu