Welcome to Troop 380!

Working as a team of Scouts, parents, and adult leaders, Boy Scout Troop 380 offers enjoyable and challenging programs for all Scouts to develop the confidence, skills, character and mental fitness that will allow them to give quality leadership to a changing society.

Troop 380 meets on Mondays at 7:30pm at St. Andrew Methodist Church at 5801 W. Plano Parkway in Plano, Texas. Our meetings are held on the 2nd floor in Festival Hall.

Attention Webelos: Please see our "Join Troop 380" section by clicking on the left hand menu. 

Annual Dues Paperwork

Posted on Nov 22 2014 - 4:30pm

Annual Dues and Paperwork Due

Your annual dues and membership paperwork are due. These forms and payments are required by BSA every November in order to make sure insurance is paid and Scouts and adults are appropriately covered. Without this paperwork your Scout will not be allowed to participate in any Scouting activities (meetings, merit badge classes, camp outs, etc.)

The attachment below will walk you through step by step what forms and payments are required. These are due at the 12/1 meeting. Troop Committee members will be on hand to accept your paperwork and answer any questions.

Please take some time this weekend and during the Thanksgiving break to get your paperwork done. See you on December 1st for turn in!

December Camp Out at Brummers' Ranch

Posted on Nov 18 2014 - 1:51pm

December 5 - 7, 2014 the troop will be heading east to the Brummer's lake property in east Texas. This is our annual shooting sports camp out where we offer archery, rifle and shotgun. This is one of the premiere camp outs of the year. Scouts must have a minimum of 4 service hours in 2014 to attend this camp out.  Please register for this camp out now as it fills up fast!

The permission form, BSA waiver (required for Scouts and Adults), and camp fees are due no later than December 1, 2014.  The cost is $50 per Scout and $40 per Adult and can be paid online here.

Leave No Trace?

Posted on Nov 18 2014 - 1:50pm

Earn the Outdoor Ethics Awareness Award

This winter the troop will offer Scouts and Scouters a chance to earn the BSA Outdoor Ethics Awareness Award. Boy Scouts and Scouters interested in learning more about outdoor ethics and Leave No Trace should begin by earning this award. The requirements are as follows:

1. Recite from memory and explain the meaning of the Outdoor Code. Learn this on your own. When you are ready to recite it for credit contact the Scoutmaster.

2. Watch the National Park Service Leave No Trace video. It's on the right side of the page. Be ready to discuss this with your Scoutmaster.

3. Complete the Leave No Trace online youth course. Print the certificate. You can turn in your certificate to your Scoutmaster.

4. Earn the Tread Lightly! online course certificate. Print the certificate when you are done. You can turn in your certificate to your Scoutmaster.

5. Participate in an outdoor ethics course, workshop, or training activity facilitated by a person who has completed the BSA outdoor ethics orientation course or is a BSA outdoor ethics trainer or master. This class will be held on January 12th.

Take some time over the winter break to complete these requirements. When you have done requirements 1-4 make an appointment to meet with the Scoutmaster.

TFC Homework for November

Posted on Nov 17 2014 - 9:25am

Don't Fall Behind - Get Your Homework Done

During the month of November and December we will be working on our Second Class requirements. We will also be working on getting all Scouts who do not yet have First Class (or Scout or Tenderfoot or Second Class) back on track. HOWEVER, it is up to YOU to get involved and stay engaged. Here's what to do:

1) Review your Scout Handbook. Note what requirements you have left for each rank. Then compare that with your rank status on this website. Go to Troop Roster, select Scouts and then find your name, then click on your rank. Your completed requirements should be listed. Your online status should be updated later this week.

2) Work on 2nd Class Requirement #10. Homework and instructions are here. This will take a few weeks so don't delay.

3) Work on 2nd Class Requirement #7b. One of your instructors will send out the homework assignment this week. Stay tuned and watch your email and this website.

4) If you have not been cook yet volunteer to cook at the December camp out.

As always if you have questions contact Mr. Turner.

Archery Tournament Success!!

Posted on Nov 10 2014 - 5:54pm

Troop 380 Takes Top Spots

The troop some top honors and had a GREAT showing in the 2nd Annual Circle Ten Archery Tournament. Jack D. took top honors with a tournament best score and won the 17-18 year old division. Ian T. took 5th place in the 15-16 year old age group. Harry D. took 2nd place and Pete J. took 4th in the 13-14 age group. And in the 10-12 age group Brennan M. took 3rd place with Ethan V. placing in the top 10. Robert I., Alex P., Brandon V. and Nolan M. placed in the top 25 in that same age group. 

2105 High Adventure Meeting

Posted on Nov 8 2014 - 8:00am

High Adventure Meeting

On Monday, December 15th from 6:30-7:30pm the troop will hold a high adventure meeting to discuss our plans for 2015. Any Scout who is interested in going on the high adventure trek to Elkhorn (at Camp Ben Delatour) should attend this meeting. Please sign up for this event and read the Leader's Guide prior to coming. This will give you an idea of our options for high adventure treks. We will discuss which treks we may wish to do and vote as a troop what our top three options will be for 2015. Don't miss this meeting if you want a voice in this decision. 

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