Parent Resources & Links
Items that might help you as a parent of a Cub Scout:
Pack 93 Text Message Communications – Please follow the instructions here to sign up for our Pack Text Communication services.
Pack Calendar – Our Pack uses Google Calendar, which is a “shareable” calendar that you can add and sync with your devices. You can add our Google calendar by clicking on the +Google button at the bottom.
School night newsletter 2019 – This is the printed calendar we give out at each Pack Meeting with the upcoming events for the next 3 months.
2019 Popcorn Sales Incentives and Account Guidelines – Click here for important Popcorn Dates, Tips, and Sales Incentives
PACK 93 ONLINE POPCORN SALES SET UP INSTRUCTIONS – Click here for instructions on how to set-up your scout’s online account for Popcorn sales.
Medical Form – It is important to fill out the health form and submit to your son’s Den Leader at least once a year.
PACK 93 CUB SCOUT INFORMATION FORM – This form gives us important information on who is the main person responsible for bringing your scout, and gives permission to treat with Tylenol, antibiotic cream, etc, as needed.
Family Talent Survey – 9-8-19 – Please fill out this form and turn it in so we can get to know you a little better!
Campout Checklist – If it has it been a while since you’ve been camping or you’ve never been camping… Your Son’s Den Leader and Cubmaster are also a good resource.
Remember tents are often specified with everyone sleeping shoulder to shoulder (and sometimes shoulder to feet to shoulder.) Check your tent dimensions and make sure you will be comfortable sleeping that close. Especially if your son moves around while sleeping. Also, note most 3 person tents will NOT hold three standard camp air mattresses.
Camp Davy Crockett – Map to our Council Boy Scout Camp located in Whitesburg, TN.
Cold Weather Camping Tips – Sometimes, the weather is a bit chilly, read these to help “Be Prepared”
Online BSA Retail Shop – Boy Scouts of America Online Store.
Youth Protection – How to better protect your child in today’s world.
BSA Youth Protection Training Online Course – All leaders are required to take BSA Youth Protection Training (Online) and it is recommended for parents to take the course, as well.