Cub Scout Advancement

Cub Scout Roundtable

The monthly Cub Scout Roundtable occurs October thru May on the second Monday of every month.  (In August, the Cub Scout Roundtable occurs jointly with the Boy Scout Roundtable before school starts in Coppell and Irving; check the Five Trails District Calendar for the August date.)  

What is Cub Scout Roundtable? Who should attend Roundtable?

Roundtables are held monthly for all Cub Scout leaders. After attending a Roundtable, you will be well-informed and ready to complete plans for your upcoming month's program. There are special breakout classes during Roundtable for each type of Den, so the more leaders that can attend from your Pack, the better!

We will share ideas for your upcoming activities, and more, recommended to support the monthly themes for Scouting programs. Keep up-to-date on upcoming District and Douncil events, training events, and changes in the Cub Scout program.

Attendance at these monthly meetings will definitely inspire and motivate all who come!

When? Where?

The monthly roundtable is held the 2nd Monday of the month (see above) at 7:00 pm at:  

Plymouth Park United Methodist Church (PPUMC)
1615 West Airport Freeway
Irving, TX 75062

in Fellowship Hall at the rear of the church. We are always respectful of your time and plan to be out by 8:30 pm.

Come to Cub Scout Roundtable!!

Click HERE for a summary of adventure-based Cub Scout Advancement.  

Cub Scout Advancement

The Cub Scout program has several ranks:

  • Lion for youth in kindergarten
  • Tiger for youth in first grade
  • Wolf for youth in second grade
  • Bear for youth in third grade 
  • Webelos for youth in fourth grade 
  • Arrow of Light for youth in fifth grade, after which they "cross over" into Boy Scouts 

Each of these ranks has a pre-requisite of reaching Bobcat before achieving any rank advancement.

In addition to rank advancement, there are opportunities at each age level to earn ... need KW to add some text/correct my text here. 

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