Troop 202 Code of Conduct
I commit to live by the Scout Oath and Law while participating in events with Troop 202. SCOUT OATH: On my honor, I will do my best to do my duty to God and my country and to obey the Scout Law; to help other people at all times; to keep myself physically strong, mentally awake, and morally straight. SCOUT LAW: A Scout is Trustworthy, Loyal, Helpful, Friendly, Courteous, Kind, Obedient, Cheerful, Thrifty, Brave, Clean, and Reverent. Some EXAMPLES of how I will behave are listed below. *
Scout FIRST Name
Your answer
Scout LAST Name
Your answer
Parent Name
Your answer
I Agree.
I will be kind and respectful to all.
I will be obedient and cheerful in following the direction of my leaders.
I will listen courteously when asked to participate in coaching, discussion, or problem solving.
I will not use foul or abusive language.
I will not leave the area where my troop is gathered except with permission and with a buddy.
I will participate cheerfully and constructively in the planned activities.
I will be helpful in setting up and cleaning my work and camping areas, and helping others with theirs.
I will care for troop equipment, using and maintaining it properly.
I will respect the property of other Scouts and will not use it without their permission.
I will set a positive example for other Scouts.
I will do my best in competition and be gracious in both victory and defeat.
I will represent Troop 202 in a positive light at all times through my behavior and attitude.
I will make group needs a priority over my own preferences.
I will make any disagreements or issues known in a constructive way.
If, at any time during a troop activity, I am not behaving according to this commitment, my parent agrees that he/she will come to the location of the activity and remove me. Each time I attend a troop outing, I will verbally reaffirm my commitment before departure. In the event that it is necessary for my parent to pick me up from an activity due to behavior problems, I will not be allowed to attend future troop activities without my parent accompanying me throughout the event. If behavior problems persist despite my parent's attendance, I may be asked to reconsider whether I am committed to living by the Scout Oath and Law and participating as a member of Troop 202. I UNDERSTAND AND COMMIT TO THIS CODE OF CONDUCT.
I Agree.
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