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State-Mandated Face-to-Face Youth Protection Training

State-Mandated Face-to-Face Youth Protection Training

 

If you plan to attend any BSA extended camp in Texas this year, you must have proof that you have attended the state-mandated Face-to-Face (F2F) Youth Protection Training (YPT). Note: Online BSA Youth Protection Training is NOT sufficient!

 

This applies to all extended BSA camps held in the state of Texas, including any Cub Scout Day Camp, Webelos Residence Camp, Boy Scout Resident Camp (both summer and winter), or Venturing Resident Camp. All adults who plan to be at all or part of these camps must  have this training. (Exception: Parents can get a visitors pass to join their Cub Scouts for lunch on Friday (only), in which case F2F YPT is not required.) 

 

Note: The requirement for F2F YPT does not apply to weekend camping or to one-day activities, where the BSA online Youth Protection Training (YPT) will be sufficient.

 

Remember that F2F YPT is good for two (2) years. This means that IF you took the training in the spring of 2012, your card will expire before this summer’s camping season and will need to be renewed.

 

Both Circle Ten Council and Five Trails District have training sessions scheduled.

 

Circle Ten Council's sessions include: 

  • Circle Ten Council has training sessions scheduled at Circle Ten Council’s Bobby Lyle Billy Gamble Scouting Center, 5600 US 75, in Fairview, TX, every Wednesday in April at 7:00 pm.
  • Training sessions will be held at Circle Ten Council’s John D. Murchison Scouting Center at 8605 Harry Hines Boulevard (at Regal Row), in Dallas, TX, on every Wednesday in April at 7 pm (except for April 2).

Note: You must pre-register on the Circle Ten Council website to attend any one of these sessions.

 

Five Trails District has three training sessions scheduled (with more to be scheduled):

  • There was a training session sometime during the Camporee at Camp Constantin in April.
  • Another training session will be held during the Cub Scout Roundtable on Monday, May 12, at 7:00 pm, at Plymouth Park United Methodist Church, 1615 W. Airport Freeway (a.k.a.  TX 183), in Irving, TX.
  • Finally, Troop 840 will host a training session on Saturday, June 14, at 9:30 am, at Valley Ranch Baptist Church (VRBC), at 1501 E. Beltline Road, Coppell, TX. If you wish to sign up for the workshop at VRBC, please click this link

 

Watch the Five Trails District website to see when more training sessions are scheduled.

 

If you have questions you can contact Clif Chamberlain, Five Trails YPT Coordinator, via cell phone at 469-223-2313. 

Last Updated on Friday, 18 April 2014 12:03

 

NEW Annual Health and Medical Records forms from BSA!

NEW Annual Health and Medical Records forms from BSA!

See this link for the NEW and IMPROVED BSA Annual Health and Medical Records form: 

http://www.scouting.org/scoutsource/HealthandSafety/ahmr.aspx

You will find the new form MUCH easier to understand/use!

Last Updated on Monday, 03 March 2014 17:37

 

Robotics Merit Badge

CS2N, or Computer Science Student Network, has partnered with the BSA to offer free training and resources specifically for Scouts earning the Robotics Merit Badge. Scouts can download a 60-day copy of the Robot Virtual Worlds Software to complete the Robotics merit badge.

In addition, there is a CS2N course specifically designed for Scouts and leaders to help boys earn the badge. For access to all the training material and software, visit http://www.cs2n.org/partners/boy-scouts/There you’ll find a variety of tools and resources for our Scouting community, including:

  • Teacher resources for Scout leaders
  • How-to videos
  • Fun, interactive games and activities
  • Learning opportunities

CS2N resources are also designed to support the upcoming Computer Science Programming merit badge. Starting in October, you’ll be able to use the CS2N infrastructure to develop your own themed storytelling and animation or Web development activities.

Other links of interest include: 

 

Last Updated on Thursday, 20 March 2014 17:35

 

2014 Training - Adult Leaders

Training for Boy Scout Adult Leaders

2014 Spring
SALT:
Scoutmaste and Assistant Scoutmaster Leader Training
Saturday, March 22, 2014, at St. Ann's Center, 180 Samuel Road, Coppell

IOLS: lntroduction to Outdoor Leadership Skills
Saturday/Sunday, April 5/6, 2014, at Camp Wisdom, 6400 W. Red Bird Lane, Dallas

Note: SALT is a pre-requisite to IOLS 

Requirements and registration information are found here.

 

Training for Cub Scout/Webelos Adult Leaders 

2014 Spring
Leader-Specific Training: 
Details TBD
Requirements and registration information are found TBD.

BALOO: Basic Adult Leadership Outdoor Orientation
Saturday, April 5, 2014, at Camp Wisdom, 6400 W. Red Bird Lane, Dallas 
Requirements and registration information are found TBD.

 

Last Updated on Friday, 18 April 2014 14:18

 

Detailed Information for 2014 Day Camp


"Time Travel" - 2014

FIVE TRAILS DAY CAMP
June 23 - June 27, 2014 
Camp Wisdom
8:30 a.m. - 4:45 p.m.

 

Form
Pack
Coordinator
Adult
Leader
Cub
Camper
Brave or Papoose
Junior
Helper
Complete Coordinator Packet Yes        
Note:  All of the forms below here are broken out of the Complete Coordinator Packet in the row above.  These forms below are needed only if you do not want to download the complete package or if you need additional forms or pages. 
Camp Coordinator Info and Agreement Yes        
General Information Sheet Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Individual Attendee Registration    Yes
1 copy for each person
Yes
1 copy for each person
Yes
1 copy for each person
Yes
1 copy for each person
Individual Attendee Medical Form Yes
1 copy for each person
Yes
1 copy for each person 
Yes
1 copy for each person
Yes
1 copy for each person
Important
Texas Youth Camp
Safety Act Compliance

All adults MUST submit the following three (3) State-of-Texas-Required Documents (stapled together):

Yes
Day Camp Adult Volunteer Information Sheet

Link to:
Sex Offender Database Check
Link to:
Five Trails Face-to-Face BSA Youth Protection Certification
Adult Leader Agreement   Yes
1 copy per 
Adult Leader
     
Junior Helper Agreement         Yes
1 copy per Junior Helper
Den Registration Form Yes
1 copy per
 Day Camp Den
       
T-Shirt Pickup Form Yes
1 copy per 
Day Camp Den
       
Pack Registration Summary Yes
Both pages!!
       


The Webelos Activity Pin emphasis this year at Day Camp will be
:

  • Geologist
  • Readyman (all but one requirement)
  • Artist
  • Traveler
  • Aquanaut
  • Part of Citizen (flag etiquette)

 

Last Updated on Sunday, 16 March 2014 23:06

 

Announcing: Five Trails Day Camp 2014


2014 FIVE TRAILS DAY CAMP 
"Time Travel"

 

Where:     Camp Wisdom 
 When:     June 23-27, 2014
 Time:     8:30am – 4:45pm   


Registration must be done through your Pack's Day Camp Coordinator 
before May 15, 2014!

 

FEES: $65.00 per camper
BUS FEES: $45.OO per camper per week (Coppell only)

  

Full details and all forms are available right here.  

Submit all paperwork/fees to your Pack’s Day Camp Coordinator!

 

Reminder: Day Camp Leader Training is June 9, 2014, at either 10:00 am or 7:00 pm

This is where all your Day Camp Leaders get trained! Attendance is mandatory!

Last Updated on Saturday, 15 March 2014 21:27

 

Five Trails STARS for 2013

FIVE TRAIL DISTRICT 2013 RECOGNITION BANQUET

January 31, 2014, Sheraton DFW Hotel, Galleria Ballroom

 

 

 

 

2013 ’STARS’

The recipients of the STAR Award are recognized by their unit for outstanding contribution to their unit’s program during the previous year. The STAR Award may be received only once during their service in that unit in Five Trails District. Each nominee is selected by a vote of his/her unit’s committee.

Troop 175 – John Cheyney – Assistant Scoutmaster

Troop 588 – Juan Cardona – Committee Member

Troop 770 – Katie Dimitry – Committee Chairman

Pack 771 – Denise Bolton – Committee Member

Pack 773 – Rick Leal – Cubmaster

Troop 840 – Kevin Stone – Advancement Chairman

Pack 841 – Candace Ifflander – Interested Parent

Troop 841 – Fred Miller – Assistant Scoutmaster

Troop 845 – Kevin Lindbloom – Committee Chairman

Pack 846 – Randy Hernandez – Cubmaster

 

DISTRICT AWARD OF MERIT – 2013

This Circle 10 Council Award is presented to Scouters who render service of an outstanding nature at the District level. The nature and value of “noteworthy service to boys” may consist of a single plan or decision that contributed vitally to the lives of a large number of boys or it may have been given to a select few over an extended period of time.

Jason Buffington

Dave Ross

 

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL FIVE TRAILS DISTRICT'S AWARD WINNERS!!

Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 February 2014 23:02

 

2014 Five Trails Spring Camporee

2014 Five Trails Spring Camporee


What:  2014 Five Trails District Spring Camporee 
When:  Friday, April 11, thru Sunday, April 13
Where:  Camp Constantin (Possum Kingdom Lake, TX)
Who:  Scouts/Scouters and Webelos/Webelos Den Leaders

Details:  
Check in Friday after 5:30 pm 
Saturday all day events/competitions 
Sunday morning closing ceremonies, awards, and head home around 10 am.  

Competitive Events

Boy Scout Events will include Rifle Shooting, Archery, Knots, Fire Building, COPE, and First Aid.
Webelos Events will include Archery and BBs, Knots, Scout Law, Observation Game, and COPE.


The
Order of the Arrow will again be conducting an OA call out ceremony after the campfire.


Training for adults:  BBs & Archery Certification, Safe Swim / Safety Afloat, and more (if there is interest).  


Watch for information at the March/April Boy Scout District Roundtables and the March Cub Scout District Roundtable. (Note: The Cub Scout Roundtable for April is AFTER the Camporee!) 
Sign ups will be due at the April 7 Boy Scout Roundtable.
Camporee cost is $15 per person if paid by April 7, 2014, $20 after that, or $25 at the door.
[Note: This fee does not include the cost of food and/or transportation, which is the responsibility of the individual Five Trails unit.]

Camporee Chair – Joe Ulrich 214-223-4292
Registration and Administration –  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  469-583-1266
OA Activites Chair - Chris Wilt 972-974-1861
District ExecutiveMichael Patterson 214-902-6747



Here is the Camporee form ==> click here

 



Interested in STAFFing the 2014 Five Trails Camporee? The Camporee STAFF application (for both adults and youth) is online this year! ==> CLICK HERE 

Note: You do NOT have to be an OA member to staff Camporee!

 


 

Last Updated on Monday, 17 March 2014 22:59

 

NEW NEW Five Trails District Executive

Welcome to our NEW NEW District Executive, Michael Patterson! 

Michael Patterson is our NEW new District Executive for Five Trails District. Michael Patterson has been a life-long Scout, from Tiger to Eagle. He has a degree in mass communications from Texas State University. Michael recently returned from more than 27 months of Peace Corps Service. He's very excited to continue his career in youth development with a great District and Council. 

Office: 214-902-6747
E-mail: Michael.Patterson@scouting.org

Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 February 2014 15:53

 

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