We operate Troop 10 in accord with the rules, policies, and requirements of the Boy Scout Program as provided by the Boys
Scouts of America. Additionally, as a part of the youth program of the Atonement Lutheran Church, the troop’s policies
also reflect those of the Church.
It is the ardent wish of Troop 10 that all its members have a memorable and successful scouting experience. To this end,
the troop has found it necessary to clearly state its interpretations of the Boy Scout Program. This is done to ensure that
each scout and his family will understand what the troop expects of him, before undertaking a scouting challenge, and so that
we will treat him fairly and meet the requirements of the scouting program.
As parents our responsibility within the troop is to:
s review and approve the troop’s plans and support the program
s provide the necessary resources to carry out the program.
Parent participation is a requirement for each scout’s enrollment in Troop 10. One adult from each scout family is
expected to attend the monthly committee meeting. In addition to participating in the Troop Committee, parents must be willing
to provide transportation to scouting activities, participate in troop money earning activities, and sit in on troop Boards