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When a boy joins the pack, parents often wonder what they should do to help. Well here is a list that another group across the country came up with and it seems like a real good start!

1. See that he has the proper uniform and handbook;

2. Assist him in attending weekly Den meeting and monthly Pack meetings;

3. Work with him to complete achievements for his rank award;

4. Return information forms and permission slips as asked;

5. Support his Den Leader as a resource person or substitute as asked;

6. Agree to serve in some leadership capacity as called upon;

7. Provide input to the Den Leader or Pack leadership with regard to Pack or Den programming.

Now, as a parent, what would YOU like to see on this page? It is a tool to help you so, let us know what you think!

And so you won't need a "secret decoder ring" to figure out what they are talking about,

you can click HERE for a neat little page on Scouting Language!


You can also check out the BSA guide for new Parents by clicking here