Cub Scout Program
Cub Scout activities are centered around earning badges that are specific to each school grade level. This badge represents a rank. Advancement refers to the progress a Cub Scout makes toward their badge of rank. All of the activities for each rank are in the Cub Scout handbooks.
Each Scout's advancement is tracked in Scoutbook.com, by the Boy Scouts of America. Each parent has a Scoutbook account and the Den Leader is responsible for tracking each Scout's accomplishments.
Based on different topics such as hiking, nature, science, citizenship, first aid, sports, and more, adventures are earned as a Cub Scout advances toward their badge of rank. Once an adventure is completed, a Cub Scout receives recognition in the form of an adventure loop or adventure pin.
The uniform is one of the methods of delivering a the Scouting program. In addition to creating a sense of belonging, the uniform gives a Scout the ability to display their personal achievements. There are two official Cub Scout uniforms: Class A (includes minimum hat, shirt, pants, neckerchief and socks); and the Class B uniform is our Pack's official t-shirt (which is given to each Scout upon joining Pack 727).