Weekly Reporting

Monthly Reporting

Yearly Reporting


CORE Training for New Agents

Why is reporting important? 


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Weekly Reporting


Monthly Reporting  Due the 10th of the following month

  • Statisticals (Time spent in programming and contact with clientele) 
  • Expenses (Mileage, hotel bills, meals, etc.) – Receipts for all, except items under $10
  • Leave (Official leave – annual leave, sick, holiday, etc.)
  • Meetings and Activities (Extension and other sponsored meetings and activities)
  • SNAP-Ed (Food stamp nutrition program hours with low income families)


Yearly Reporting

  • Success Stories (Program Success Stories for Agents, 5 per year; deadline July 15th) 
  • Program Indicators (data captured for state reporting efforts, due July 15th)
  • Report to the People (County report on programs and success, due in the fall on December 1st) 
  • Plan of Work (Guide for programming – new plan every 4 years, updated annually by May 1st) 
  • Affirmative Action (Strategies for equal opportunity – plan due June 30th for following fiscal year; report due June 30th for current year)
  • Access 4-H (Annual report of youth participation in Extension programming, due in the Fall)


  • Travel and leave requests (Enter in KERS by the 25th of the previous month)
  • State travel requests (Approval and request with responsibility on state level, within two weeks of travel)



All new agents are required to complete at least 35 hours of core in-service trainings. Core in-services include topics pertinent to agent success at the county level. Core in-service trainings also count toward career ladder promotion. Agents can register for these trainings through the in-service catalog located in KERS. The majority of these trainings will be offered in clusters during the months of February, May and October of each year.

A list of core in-service trainings can be found below:

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