Welcome to Troop 380!

Webelos & New Scouts:
If you are a Webelos Arrow of Light Scout, or a boy between 11 and 17, and interested in joining Boy Scouts, Troop 380 would love to have you join us! Contact us to find our how to join us on one of our many adventures!! 

About Troop 380:
Working as a team of Scouts, parents, and adult leaders, Boy Scout Troop 380 offers enjoyable and challenging programs for all Scouts to develop the confidence, skills, character and mental fitness that will allow them to give quality leadership to a changing society.

Troop 380 meets on Mondays at 7:30pm at St. Andrew Methodist Church at 5801 W. Plano Parkway in Plano, Texas. Our meetings are held on the 2nd floor in Festival Hall.

Memorial Fund Contributions:  If you are interested in contributing to the Brennan Mohler Memorial Fund, a donations page has been set up here. Thank you!

Fall Fundraiser In Full Swing...

Posted on Oct 21 2016 - 12:15pm

The Fall Fundraiser Has Begun...

The fund raiser packets have been distribute. For your reference, electronic versions of the documents are here.

In addition, hopefully you received the SignUpGenius for the time/date slots to sell at St. Andrews. As a reminder, slots will be filled in the order Scouts sign up for them, one slot per Scout. The only exception to the 11/12 due date for order forms and money will be for those Scouts working the 11/13 shift at St. Andrews.  Those Scouts will turn in their order forms and money before they conclude their shift at the church.

IF YOU HAVE NOT PICKED UP YOUR FUNDRAISER PACKET, please contact Mrs. Cox to pick up your packet. The attachments here do NOT include the order form and the payment collection envelope (apparently these are not available electronically from the vendor), along with a couple of other items I do not have electronically, so picking up your packet is necessary in order to begin selling.

Please contact Liz Cox with any questions.

Connor V’s Eagle Project

Posted on Oct 20 2016 - 11:12pm

Eagle Project Coming Up

Connor V’s eagle project! On October 29th Connor Vice will be having his eagle project take place at Trinity Fellowship Church at 932 S Greenville Ave, Richardson, TX 75081. Come to the morning shift (8am-11am), the afternoon shift (12pm-3pm), or even both! All you need to bring is work gloves, closed-toe shoes, a refillable water bottle, and a strong work-ethic.

Volunteers are preferred to have experience painting, drilling, and using tools. Adults with are encouraged to come just as well.

But wait! There’s more. Volunteers who show up early to the first shift will be provided with a light breakfast. Along with snacks during breaks, a pizza lunch will be provided in between shifts. So sign up now before all of the spots are taken. But remember, the volunteer spots available are first come-first serve, and there will only be 7 volunteer spaces per shift. See you there!

New Rank Requirment Pages

Posted on Sep 28 2016 - 8:05am

BSA Publishes Rank Page Inserts

In 2016 the BSA announced new rank requirements for all ranks from Scout through Eagle. These new requirements affect all Scouts, however, boys who were members in 2015 can still use the old requirements during 2016 until they reach their next rank. Starting in 2017 all Scouts will need to use the new requirements. You can download and print off a copy of the new requirements for each rank here and put them in your handbook. For details about the requirements change and timeline for implementation click here. 

Oak Leaf Training Now Available

Posted on Sep 26 2016 - 9:54am

Oak Leaf Leadership Training

If you are a First Class Scout (or are at least in high school) and wish to take leadership training, then Oak Leaf is for you.

This weekend training class is offered by the Golden Arrow District and is designed to supplement your troop-level training. Oak Leaf will cover a variety of topics, including: Troop structure, the leader positions and how they interrelate. You will explore the purpose and function of the Patrol Leader’s Council. You will learn about how to manage conflict in the Patrol. You will look at the material from Troop Program Resources and Troop Program Features, and learn how it can assist you in your leadership position. You will discuss the importance of developing the habit of evaluating the results of your efforts in the tasks you perform. 

This is not a troop event, so you will need to manage your own registration and transportation. Information about the Oak Leaf training can be found here.

Weather Merit Badge

Posted on Jun 28 2016 - 9:44am

Weather Merit Badge

Scouts working on the Weather MB can find what has been covered so far on a new page on this website. If you go here you will find what was covered in our introduction session in April, as well as what we covered in our first class in June.

You can work on this merit badge at your own pace. The study guide and worksheet are posted on the merit badge home page. Additional resource links will be posted there too. As you complete assignments you can turn them in to your counselor.

Keep a weather eye open!!

Sync the Troop Calendar

Posted on May 14 2016 - 3:47pm

Need the Troop Calendar on the Go?

Did you know that you can take the troop calendar with you on your smart phones and tablets? You can sync the calendar on your mobile devices with the troop calendar. You can even pick which category of events to sync to your device. 

To sync your calendar just follow these simple steps:

- Click on the Calendar Sync link at the top of the menu on the left side of the website.

- On the Calendar Sync page select the categories you wish to sync to your device. It is suggested that you sync troop, committee and your son's patrol events at a minimum. You can then select other events your son is involved in (e.g., OA, TFC, Philmont, etc.) as needed.

- Then follow the directions in your mobile device to visit the link and load it on your device.

That's it! You are now synced with the troop's calendar! 

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