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Updated January 23, 2020

  1. We use the Remind App to communicate. This is critical! Use the code @t3bsa to sign up after you download the App.

  2. We use http://www.scoutbook.com to track advancement. If you want to view your son’s progress, please see a leader to request an account.

  3. We use Google calendar, not paper, so either add it to your calendar or go to http://www.troop3steubenville.com and click on calendar.

  4. In order to be a member of Troop 3 in good standing, each scout must:

    1. Participate in the yearly selling campaign for fundraising, usually popcorn.

    2. Pay $127.00 to the troop by January 14, 2021

    3. Participate in the Scouting for Food National Good Turn in November.

    4. Attend at least one FSSR workday.

  5. Each scout must pay 25 cents per week to cover the cost of patches, pins and awards. If the scout falls more than 2 months behind they will have to pay up before being permitted to attend a campout or troop activity.  This teaches responsibility and how to pay something on a regular basis.

  6. Merit badges may be earned by any scout who is Second Class or higher (summer camp is the only exception).  This policy helps scouts rank up quickly, develop scout skills, and become acclimated to the way Scouts BSA and Troop 3 operates before being busy with prerequisites and homework.

  7. Troop 3 uses the patrol method.  A patrol is a group of similarly aged scouts who work as a team in the meetings and camp-outs. 

  8. Troop 3 uses a unique system of patrol points as this fosters a desire to participate.  These points are earned by the scouts in various ways throughout the year. They may also be earned by parents for their son’s patrol by doing various acts of service: like driving scouts to events, working the money table, helping with a board of review, going to a committee meeting.  These points are summed at the end of each month and the winning patrol gets pizza. At the end of the year the overall winner is crowned the Honor Patrol and they get to design their neckerchief.

  9. Parents do not sign books.  Feel free to work with your son so that they are prepared to show a leader or Troop Instructor what they learned to get that requirement signed off.

  10. The founder of scouting, Lord Baden-Powell said: “We are not a club or a Sunday school class, but a school of the woods.”  Therefore cellphones will be given to a leader during camp-outs. 

  11. Tobacco of any kind is not permitted during any scout activity.  Any scout found with tobacco in their bag or on their person will have to call home to request a ride, regardless of time of day and be permanently removed from Troop 3.

  12. Vape pens and related vaping items are not permitted during any scout activity.  Any scout found with vape pens or accessories in their bag or on their person will have to call home to request a ride, regardless of time of day and be permanently removed from Troop 3.

  13. Drugs and alcohol are prohibited. Any scout found with drugs or alcohol in their bag or on their person will have to call home to request a ride, regardless of time of day and be permanently removed from Troop 3.  If necessary the police may be notified.

  14. Scouting is boy lead.  Allow your son to chart his course and make mistakes. Do not be a helicopter parent as it is counterproductive to making boys into young men.   Again, Baden-Powell: “Scouting is a game for boys under the leadership of boys under the direction of a man.”