Troop 112 Registration Policies

 

In order to participate in the Scouting program, the Parent and the Scout must complete the Scout Registration and the parent must present the registration materials, in person.

SCOUT REGISTRATION

In order to insure that each Scout is properly registered, the following items are required:

  1. BSA Scout Application Form, signed by Parent and Scout
  2. BSA Medical Information Form
  3. BSA Parent Consent and Release Agreement
  4. Pro-rated fees and cost of uniform items and Scout Handbook
  5. Best email for regular Troop 112 announcements
  6. Best contact phone number for arrival-time announcements, when scouts are returning from camp-outs and activities.

  All costs are due at the time of registration unless other arrangements have been made with the Scoutmaster.

ADULT REGISTRATION

In order to insure that each Scout is properly registered, the following items are required:  

  1. BSA Adult Volunteer Application Form
  2. BSA Adult Background Check Form (part of the Adult Volunteer Application)
  3. BSA Medical Information Form
  4. Application fees and cost of uniform items
  5. Driverís Auto and Insurance Information Sheet (if intending to drive for Troop activities)
 

All initial costs are due at the time of registration unless other arrangements have been made with the Scoutmaster.|

Complete Physical: Both Scouts and Parents are required to have a complete medical physical exam, using the BSA form, to participate in any Scouting activity lasting longer than 72 hours. This would typically include, but is not limited to, summer camp, high adventure activities and BSA Jamboree.

Prescribed Medication: Any medication prescribed to a Scout is to be turned in to adult leadership prior to the activity. Medication will then be dispensed as prescribed. Please provide only enough medication for the activity (plus one day), placed in a zip-locked plastic baggie. Please ensure that the prescribed medication is listed on the Scoutís Medical Information Form.

Parent Involvement: Though Parents always have access to Troop 112 activities, until a parent is properly registered, parents are limited to the degree of their involvement within the Troop.