Advancement Plan Patrol Leaders know the advancement needs of their Scouts better than anyone in the Troop. To help you plan for camping trips, complete the Advancement Plan Worksheet for Patrol Leaders and submit it to the Advancement Guide so he can coordinate Troop resources.
Cooking Healthy and delicious meals fuel good outings. In addition to food allergies, the patrol cook must consider what items they need to purchase, how much (first estimating by person, then by total quantity based on packaging), and a budget (first an estimate, then an actual cost). Submit the form below to the Assistant Scoutmaster testing cooking (usually Joe K.) one week before the trip.
Duty Delegation Delegating necessary duties to each of your patrol member is an important task. Use the duty roster to help you save time, stay organized, and assure fairness during the trip. Submit the form below to the Senior Patrol Leader for review one week before the trip.
Equipment It's important to make sure your patrol has the right gear for your activities, particularly when you're on an overnight camping trip and your resources may be limited Submit the form below to the Quartermaster one week before the trip for equipment you need.
Skill Sheet To ensure that scouts have the necessary skill proficiency to lead the troop, the Patrol Leaders Council decided that the First Class Skills Testing Sheet should be completed prior to being elected or appointed to a leadership position.
To earn the rank of Eagle, scouts must fulfill all of the requirements, as well as provide information and documentation to the Council. This letter will help you through the Eagle Scout application process.