Leader Resources & Links

Leader Resources

Tuscarora Council Calendar

Summer Camp Staff Application

Counselor In Training Application

Boy Scout Camp Reservation

Awards Requirements and Forms  

Cub Scout Training Awards 

Boy Scout Training Awards

District Awards Nominations

Policy on Use of the Annual Health and Medical Record (Valid for 12 calendar months)

In order to provide better care for its members and to assist them in better understanding their own physical capabilities, the Boy Scouts of America recommends that everyone who participates in a Scouting event have an annual medical evaluation by a certified and licensed health-care provider—a physician (MD or DO), nurse practitioner, or physician assistant. Providing your medical information on this four-part form will help ensure you meet the minimum standards for participation in various activities. Note that unit leaders must always protect the privacy of unit participants by protecting their medical information.

Parts A and B are to be completed at least annually by participants in all Scouting events. This health history, parental/guardian informed consent and hold harmless/release agreement, and talent release statement is to be completed by the participant and parents/guardians.

Part C is the physical exam that is required for participants in any event that exceeds 72 consecutive hours, for all high-adventure base participants, or when the nature of the activity is strenuous and demanding. Service projects or work weekends may fit this description. Part C is to be completed and signed by a certified and licensed heath-care provider—physician (MD or DO), nurse practitioner, or physician assistant. It is important to note that the height/weight limits must be strictly adhered to when the event will take the unit more than 30 minutes away from an emergency vehicle, accessible roadway, or when the program requires it, such as backpacking trips, high-adventure activities, and conservation projects in remote areas. See the FAQs for when this does not apply. 

Part D is required to be reviewed by all participants of a high-adventure program at one of the national high-adventure bases and shared with the examining health-care provider before completing Part C.

The PADI medical form is also required if scuba diving at the Florida National High Adventure Sea Base.

Scouts and leaders participating in programs of the Tuscarora Council must follow the following guidelines for camp and High Adventure programs.   For Cub Scout Resident Camp Parts A & B will be required for all Cub Scouts, Webelos, and Adult participants.  For Boy Scout Camp parts A, B, and C are required for all Scouts and adult participants.  Scouts and leaders participating in High Adventure programs at a National High Adventure Bases must use Parts A, B, C, and follow guidelines in part D.


Form A-B

Form C
Form D



Youth Protection Training Policies
Youth Protection Training must have been completed within the last 2 years to recharter an adult. New leaders are required to take Youth Protection Training before they submit their application for registration.
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Common Questions and Answers


List of Merit Badge Counselors 
We've completed a list of merit badge counselors within the Tuscarora Council. List includes badges, names and phone numbers. The list is included under Programs: Boy Scouts: Merit Badge Counselors. Get it now.


Training Resolutions

The Executive Committee of the Tuscarora Council  adopted a resolution at its December 15, 2009 meeting requiring that on  May 1, 2010 council units must have at least 50% of their direct contact leaders basic trained before a tour permit will be issued. On December 31, 2010, all council units are to have at least 85% of their direct contact leaders basic leader trained in order to recharter.  See the
Training section for complete details and upcoming courses.

For more information about other Scouting programs, please check out some of the following sites:

Scouting Groups:

Nayawin Rar
 
Learn more about our local chapter of the Order of the Arrow.

National Eagle Scout Association
A fellowship of men who have attained the rank of Eagle Scout. Includes how-to-manuals on Eagle projects, scholarships and more.

Order of the Arrow
National site for the Order of the Arrow, a camping honor society. 

National Council Scouting Sites:
The following sites are produced by the National Council and contain general information about Scouting topics. We've identified some of the more commonly sought sections.

Forms
Most popular forms for download.

MyScouting
This is a registered site that allows users to access more personalized Scouting information such as training, social communities and more. Some tools require a user ID, which can be obtained on the site.

Parents
Learn about the benefits of Scouting for you and your child, safety and volunteerism for parents.

Scouting Alumni
Reconnect with Scouting adventures, rekindle relationships, learn about volunteerism and support Scouting.

Scouting Safely
Keep up with the latest guidelines and policies, youth protection items and safety alerts. Also contains information from the Guide to Safe Scouting. This would be a good bookmark or RSS feed for leaders.

Scoutsource
A one-stop shop for leaders to find the resources you need for Scouting. Includes information on forms, marketing and other topics. This site is currently in-works by the national council and may not yet have all the resources you need.

Visitor
An overview on how Scouting meets community needs such as mentoring, life long learning, building character and more.

Volunteers
Learn more about the benefits of volunteerism, training, FAQ and resources.

Youth
An overview of all of Scouting's programs designed for youth. Contains a link to Boy's Life magazine. Also has information on how to earn ranks and awards, proper uniform wear and opportunities such as scholarships and international camp.