Join Pack 555
Joining Pack 555 - What to Expect
When you join the Boy Scouts of America, Scouting is like an extension of your family: It follows your values, it sees to the overall care and well-being of your child, and it’s always there for you. It’s not an either/or choice you have to make for your child. It works with you to let you manage your time and other activities and will always be there when you return.
Some Links to Explore
Below are several links you might want to follow, please take some time to click around and get an idea about our Pack and the Boy Scouts of American in general...
BSA Cub Scouting - Boy Scouts of America's Cub Scouting information.
Scouting 101 - This section introduces you to scouting. It’s a ‘quick tour’
Pack Calendar - Use this page to find important dates and times
Contact the Leaders - If you have ANY questions all you need to do is ask.
Let Us Know Your Thoughts - This form allows you to express your interest to the Pack Leaders and ask questions or make comments. We’d like to know where you are in the process so take a minute and let us know.
Our promise is that your son will have fun, he will be active, he will learn and you will be informed every step of the way.
Our Leadership Team
Maturity. Youth experience dramatic physical and emotional growth. Scouting offers them opportunities to channel much of that change into productive endeavors. Through service projects and Good Turns, Scouts can discover their place in the community. Many Scouting activities allow youth to associate with others from different backgrounds. The religious emblems program offers pathways for Scouts to more deeply understand their duty to God. The unit provides each Scout with an opportunity to explore, to try out new ideas, and to embark on adventures that sometimes have no design other than to have a good time with good people.
Flexibility. The Scouting programs are flexible and accommodate the need to balance the work and life requirements of a busy family. It’s easy to plan for meetings and activities, and if something unexpected comes up, just let your leader know—it’s expected in the lives we live today.
Adaptability. Your child can work on achievements at his or her own pace. For example, if your child is in a spring soccer league and has to miss several meetings and activities, he or she still can complete and sign off on Scout activities to work toward the next level.
Transferability. The skills and values your child learns through Scouting can be applied in any non-Scouting activity he or she participates in. As your child builds character, this can be an especially valuable defense to the peer pressure all youth experience when growing up.
Is Your Son Interested?
We realize that joining scouts is a big decision for you, your son, and your family.
We've included some sections on our website that can help you make an informed decision. If you have some questions please use our online form and we'd be happy to discuss scouting with you personally.