Pack 920, Troop 87, Troop 1920 and Troop 1323 all walked in this month's Tomball parade. Great Job scouts!
Cub Scouts is open to boys and girls Grades K-5th Grade. Pack 920 is for children in the Klein Windrose Community . We are in the Phoenix District of the Sam Houston Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America.
7225 Alvin A Klein Dr
Cub Scouts is a year-round family- and home-centered program that develops ethical decision-making skills for boys and girls in kindergarten through fifth grade. Activities emphasize character development, citizenship training, and personal fitness.
Scouting. A year-round program for boys or girls 11 through 17 designed to achieve the aims of Scouting through a vigorous outdoor program and peer group leadership with the counsel of an adult Scoutmaster.
Venturing. A year-round program for young men and women who are 14 (and have completed the eighth grade) through 20 years of age to provide positive experiences through exciting and meaningful youth-run activities that help them pursue their special interests, grow by teaching others, and develop leadership skills.
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Who is Pack 920? • Cub Scout Pack 920 is chartered to Benignus Elementary in the Windrose Community, also home to Boy Scout Troop 87. • We have scouts from Benignus elementary school. We are a family pack accepts any boys and girls that would like to join. • We currently have 35 scouts in 8 Dens • We are part of the Phoenix District in the Sam Houston Area Council. I’ve signed up with Pack 920, what happens now? • Attend a Pack meeting for information for New Scout Families while the Scouts participate in the meeting or message us to receive information sooner. • In Fall, your son or daughter will be assigned to a Den and you will be contacted by your new Den Leader. • You will participate in 2 meetings with your Den and one with the Pack every month, in addition to other special events and activities outlined on our Pack Calendar. What is a Den and Den Meeting? • Each scout is assigned to a group of about 6-8 girls or boys (usually no more than 10) of the same age/grade level called a Den. Dens are grouped by the following ranks: Lion (Kindergartners, accompanies by an Adult Partner) Tiger (First Graders, accompanied by an Adult Partner) Wolf (Second Graders) Bear (Third Graders) Webelos (Fourth Graders) Arrow of Light (Fifth Graders) – Arrow of Light focuses on preparing the scouts to cross over and join a Troop. At this point, their Den becomes a Patrol, and they select their Patrol name. • During the school year, the Dens meet 2 times per month to have fun and work toward completing activities and achievements, at a time and location determined by the Scouts’ Families and Den Leader. • Each Den works towards a rank based on their age/grade level. The adventures they complete to earn their rank are outlined in the Cub Scout Handbooks and are fun, meaningful and age-appropriate. What is the Pack and Pack Meetings? • All of our Dens combined make up our Pack (Pack 920). • Once a month during the school year, all the Dens meet together in a Pack Meeting. The Pack Meetings are for all of the Scouts and their Families and consist of Awards, Activities, Songs, Skits, and Announcements (all of the scout’s major awards and badges are presented at Pack Meetings). • Unless otherwise announced, Pack Meetings are the third Thursday of each month during the school year at 7PM in the cafeteria of Benignus Elementary, and last about an hour. • In the Summer, the Pack meets once a month for fun events. How will I know what the Pack is doing? • Den & Pack Meetings are the best way to stay informed. Information is relayed at Den & Pack meetings. • We will have an up-to-date Calendar on it. The link is http://bit.ly/Pack920Calendar • Den or Pack Leaders are available at any time for questions. Feel free to call or email Cubmaster Edward Nooyen: 281-702-5616 or [email protected] What does each scout need to participate? • Cub Scout Uniform with Pack insignia known as their Class A (required). Lions wear Lion t-shirt. Tigers, Wolves and Bears wear blue uniforms—buy the shirt large and they can wear it several years. Webelos wear khaki and olive like the Boy Scouts. • Rank Handbook (required) outlines the rank requirements and program that Scouts follow all year. • Pack Activity T-shirt, known as their Class B (recommended). This is worn on campouts and other Pack events where Uniforms are not appropriate. Available to both Scouts and family in adult and child sizes.