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Throughout his involvement with Scouting, Tico Perez has worked tirelessly to strengthen the organization in underserved communities. As our National Commissioner, Tico brings his great talents as a communicator to a job that also requires a desire to bring the best program to every child. Before taking on this new role, Tico chaired the Southern Region Hispanic Scouting Task Force and the National Scoutreach Committee. In 2006, he facilitated a Scoutreach conference at the Philmont Training Center.
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Guidelines for Unit Self-Assessment & Action Plan Meeting
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More Useful Materials for Commissioners
This manual includes assistance for leaders and parents who work with Scouts who have disabilities. It provides resources, fact sheets, forms, and best practices about working with youth with all types of disabilities.
The purpose of this pamphlet is to help the chartered organization representative understand your responsibilities.
This optional plan is designed to fit the needs of rural and low-income urban districts. The plan has far greater flexibility yet carries out the same functions and fulfills the same objectives as the standard plan of district operations. It has a major focus on smaller geographical communities, makes the most efficient use of volunteers on a scarce volunteer market, and is based on more informal relationships.
A guide to help counselors of Lone Cub Scouts and Lone Boy Scouts as well as council staff and volunteers who recruit and support these counselors. This 46-page book contains the details on all those things unique to the Lone Scout Plan, including a list of possible circumstances in the life of a boy that may make Lone Scouting a desired option.
This book helps council and district advancement committees understand and implement the advancement programs and procedures of the Boy Scouts of America.
This manual provides you with details on the roles and responsibilities for each of the operating committees on the district committee and the commissioner staff. It also provides you with an outline for monthly work plans for each committee as you support the operations of your district.
Where Does a Commissioner Find Help?
Official versions of popular forms available for download from the National Council