What is Cub Scouts?
Cub Scouting is a year-round program uniquely designed to meet the needs of young boys and their parents. The program offers fun and challenging activities that promote character development and physical fitness. Service projects, ceremonies, games, and other activities guide boys through the core values and give them a sense of personal achievement. Through positive peer group interaction and parental guidance, boys also learn honesty, bravery, and respect. Family involvement is an essential part of Cub Scouting and parents are encouraged to play an active role in the program. Through interaction between parents, leaders, and friends, boys learn citizenship, compassion, and courage. This family-and community-centered approach to learning means that Cub Scouting is truly time well spent
What are the requirements to join Cub Scouts?
- Tiger (entering first grade)
- Wolf (entering second grade)
- Bear (entering third grade)
- Webelos (entering fourth or fifth grade; This level spans roughly two years).
What are the responsibilities of a parent?
- Provide help and support for the den and pack.
- Lead one or more den activities
- Assist with or lead one or more pack events.
- Work with your child on advancement projects and activities.
- Attend den meetings with your child.
- Attend pack meetings with your child.