What do you need to know about Wolf Scouts?

What do you need to know about Wolf Scouts?

Wolf Uniform Inspection Sheet – Use this as the guide for wearing the Cub Scout uniform properly. Wolf Den Record – If not using Scoutbook use this manual record sheet to track the attendance and accomplishments of the members of your den.

What are the modifications to the Cub Scout program?

A task force was formed to draft modifications to the Cub Scout Program that would address this feedback. These modifications are designed to ensure that Adventure requirements are achievable by today’s Cub Scout dens within a program year and achievable by Cub Scouts from a wide range of backgrounds and socio-cultural experiences.

Is the Scout Book free for Cub Scouts?

Scoutbook is free for everyone registered in Scouting. Once you are registered, you or another leader can set up who is in your den and off you go! The Scouting App provides parents the ability to see how their child is progressing, get notifications about meetings, and inform Den Leaders when a Cub Scout has completed a requirement at home.

When did Cub Scout advancement requirements go into effect?

These spreadsheets track Cub Scout advancement under the requirements which went into effect on June 1, 2015, as modified on November 30, 2016, and including the Lion program which was a pilot program for the 2016-2017 and 2017-2018 program years..

What to do with a wolf advancement chart?

Wolf Advancement Chart – Use this poster size chart to track and showcase the accomplishments of your den. Adventure Pocket Certificate – Used to recognize Cub Scouts when they complete an adventure.

How can I track my Cub Scout advancement?

Advancement Tracking Spreadsheets by Scott Selhorst (right-click on these links and save to your hard drive). These spreadsheets track Cub Scout advancement under the current requirements. The Boy Scouts of America replaced major portions of the Cub Scout Advancement Program as of June 1, 2015.

When does the new Cub Scout Handbook come out?

In conjunction with the introduction of Family Scouting for Cub Scouts (with separate Dens for Boys and Girls), new editions of the Cub Scout Handbooks were issued in September, 2018.