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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.

Webelos Open House: Our open house for new Scouts will be on Monday, October 24th starting at 7:30pm at St. Andrews. Webelos Scouts will have a chance to have fun, carve pumpkins and play a few games with the Scouts. Parents will have a chance to chat with the youth and adult leaders, as well as learn more about our great troop. Please sign up here if you plan to attend.

Memorial Fund Contributions:  If you are interested in contributing to the Brennan Mohler Memorial Fund, a donations page has been set up here. Thank you!

Need Service Hours?

Posted on Sep 28 2016 - 8:05am

Help Out @ Webelos Woods

The troop will be staffing the archery range at Webelos Woods again this year. We will be going up for the day on Saturday, October 1st. You can sign up here.

We need Scouts to sign up to help run the range and serve as safety officers. We need adults to drive the boys, as well as to assist with range safety. Scouts will get service hour credit for helping.

New Rank Requirment Pages

Posted on Sep 28 2016 - 8:05am

BSA Publishes Rank Page Inserts

In 2016 the BSA announced new rank requirements for all ranks from Scout through Eagle. These new requirements affect all Scouts, however, boys who were members in 2015 can still use the old requirements during 2016 until they reach their next rank. Starting in 2017 all Scouts will need to use the new requirements. You can download and print off a copy of the new requirements for each rank here and put them in your handbook. For details about the requirements change and timeline for implementation click here. 

Fishing Merit Badge - Sunday, October 2nd at Cabela's in Allen

Posted on Sep 26 2016 - 1:17pm

Are You Ready for Some Fishing?????

In anticipation of our upcoming October campout we will be offering this class to get you prepared to fish at the Sea Rim State Park. Please come prepared by having read the Fishing Merit badge pamphlet prior to this first class - the hope is to have all book work done in this one class and use our time at the campout to fish. So sign up today !!!

Rock Climbing @ the October 3rd Meeting

Posted on Sep 26 2016 - 9:55am

Heading to the Canyons of Frisco

On October 3rd our meeting will be at the Canyons of Frisco. This is always a really popular event so be sure to sign up early. Make sure you fill out and print the waiver and bring it with you. You will turn it in when you check in. Also, check out the FAQ so you know what to wear. Everything is detailed in the link above.

For this event we will wear our Class C uniform (green shirt). We will also have some Webelos as guests so be sure to welcome them. See you at the canyons!!

Philmont 2018

Posted on Sep 26 2016 - 9:54am

That's Right: Planning Already for 2018

If you are 12 or older you are probably thinking you have PLENTY of time left to do all those things you want to as a Scout. Planning for 2018 is the farthest thing from your mind, right? Well....

Planning to attend one of the BSA's four high adventure bases is actually done 20-24 months in advance. That means that any Scout that will be 14 years of age OR have completed 8th Grade and be at least 13 years of age by summer 2018 can attend Philmont. Is that you?

Please fill out this short survey to let us know if you are interested in attending Philmont in the summer of 2018. Please only fill out this survey if you will be 14 years old in August 2018 or have completed the 8th grade and will be at least 13 years old by August 2018.

Oak Leaf Training Now Available

Posted on Sep 26 2016 - 9:54am

Oak Leaf Leadership Training

If you are a First Class Scout (or are at least in high school) and wish to take leadership training, then Oak Leaf is for you.

This weekend training class is offered by the Golden Arrow District and is designed to supplement your troop-level training. Oak Leaf will cover a variety of topics, including: Troop structure, the leader positions and how they interrelate. You will explore the purpose and function of the Patrol Leader’s Council. You will learn about how to manage conflict in the Patrol. You will look at the material from Troop Program Resources and Troop Program Features, and learn how it can assist you in your leadership position. You will discuss the importance of developing the habit of evaluating the results of your efforts in the tasks you perform. 

This is not a troop event, so you will need to manage your own registration and transportation. Information about the Oak Leaf training can be found here.

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