By Andy Gibbons
Jan 21, 2016

Varsity Scout Leaders Day Book Day 6: The Meeting

Day 6The Task:
Start to plan for the first team meeting.

If the next team meeting hasn’t already been planned, then it would be a good idea to look ahead now and plan. The team meeting outline and checklist below will make the planning job easier.

Remember to rely on the judgment and choices of the young men as much as possible. A good Coach does not try to play the game for the team, he simply teaches them the skills of their positions and then gives them feedback and encouragement and opportunities to practice.

What you need now is a basic plan, no frills. As you gain experience and get ideas from others, the meeting will become more organized. However, if nothing is planned there are 48 months of suggested Blue Square program in Program Features for Troops, Teams and Crews. (We have one posted on first aid here)

You can read other parts of this blog series here:

MOnth one

Week 1 Week 2
Week 3  Week 4
  • Day 15: Scouting Values
  • Day 16: Adult Jobs and Duties
  • Day 17: Adult and Youth Training
  • Day 18: Trip Plans and Insurance
  • Day 19: Youth Planning and Execution
  • Day 20: Balancing the 5 Areas
  • Day 21: Planning vs Activities
  • Day 22: Stop-Start-Continue
  • Day 23: Information Resources
  • Day 24: Leave no Trace
  • Day 25: Safety Certifications
  • Day 26: The Yearly Planning Event
  • Day 27: Unfolding the Yearly Plan
  • Day 28: Whole System Review

Stewart SchowCo-auAndythor: Andy Gibbons | Vice-Chair, Western Region Varsity Scout Program Committee and author of the “The Varsity Scout Leaders Day Book” and Stewart Schow | Varsity Scout Task Force,  Utah National Parks Council

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