Cub Scout Appended Requirements – This document is a condensed and simplified version of all the Cub Scout requirements for each rank. It is a recommended supplement for any parent or Scout leader to your Scout’s handbook.

Cub Scout Oath and Law – In June of 2015 the Cub Scouts adopted the Boy Scout Oath and Law. The intent of this change was to teach the Scouts these tenets of Scouting early and make the transition to Boy Scouts easier.

Medical Form – Medical Forms are required for all Scouts and Adults attending Scout events. Only Parts A and B are needed. Part C is only used for Scouts that will be attending an event that is over 72 hours, such as summer camp at Camp Ho Non Wah. All participating members of the pack (scout, mom, dad, grandfather, grandmother…etc…) are required to complete a medical form. Guardians are required to bring the forms with them to Den/Pack Meetings. At Campouts there will be an official check in and check out where you will need to leave your sealed (in an envelope) Medical Form with the designated Pack Leader and also retrieve it at the conclusion of the camp out.

Uniforms – The Cub Scouts are a uniformed organization.

Scouts should be in full “Class A” uniform shirts for all Pack/Den meetings, Opening/Closing Ceremonies at camp outs and official events in the community. “Class B” uniforms, or Cub Scout T-shirts, are for around camp and some meetings when doing activities that could be a little messy.