Journey to Excellence- Troop Score Card
District
Troop Number
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Planning and budget: Have a program plan and budget that is regularly reviewed by the committee, and it follows BSA policies related to fundraising.
Building Boy Scouting: Have an increase in Boy Scout membership or maintain a larger than average Troop size.
Retention: Retain a significant percentage of youth members.
Webelos-to-Scout transition: Have an effective plan to recruit Webelos Scouts into the Troop.
Advancement: Achieve a high percentage of Boy Scouts earning rank advancements.
Short-term camping: Conduct short-term or weekend camp-outs throughout the year.
Long-term camping: Participate in a long-term camp with a majority of the Troop in attendance.
Service projects: Participate in service projects with at least one benefiting the chartered organization.
Patrol method: Use the patrol method to develop youth leaders.
Leadership and family engagement: The Troop is proactive in recruiting sufficient leaders and communicates regularly with parents.
Trained Leadership: Have trained and engaged leaders at all levels.
Total points earned
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Number of objectives with points
Earned
Our Troop has completed online rechartering by the deadline in order to maintain continuity of our program.
We certify that these requirements have been completed.
Scoutmaster Name
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Committee Chair Name
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Commissioner Name
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