Each year, students have opportunities for special activities through field trips, public speakers, organizations, memberships, and many other educational…
Girl Scout Daisy is the initial level of Girl Scouting. Daisies are in kindergarten and first grade (around ages 5–7). They typically meet in groups of ten girls with two adult leaders who help the girls plan activities to introduce them to Girl Scouts.
Girl Scout Daisies earn the Promise Center and Petals, which focus on the Girl Scout Law and are placed on the front of the tunic in a daisy design. They also earn Leaves and Journey Leadership Awards. The Girl Scout Daisy uniform consists of a light blue tunic. They may also wear their tunic with a white shirt and khaki bottoms or with an official Girl Scout Daisy uniform. The Girl Scout Membership Star is worn with blue membership disks and they wear the Girl Scout Daisy Membership Pin.
Girl Scout Daisies use the Girl’s Guide to Girl Scouting for Daisies and the National Leadership Journeys to work on activities, may camp only with a parent present, and have the option to sell Girl Scout cookies. Girl Scout Daisies may earn the Girl Scout Daisy Safety Award and the Bridge to Girl Scout Brownies Award.
In Cub Scouting you’ll have lots of fun, adventure, and activities with your den and pack. But there’s more to it than that. Being a Cub Scout means you are a member of a worldwide youth movement that stands for certain values and beliefs. Cub Scouting is more than something to do. It’s all about the boy you are and the person you will become.
Officers teach the D.A.R.E. curriculum to 5th Grade students at St. Francis Central Catholic School. These efforts are funded from a variety of sources, including the U. S. Department of Education’s Safe-and-Drug-Free Schools and Communities program through West Virginia’s Division of Criminal Justice Services. Follow this link for more information, games, and activities.
The Deputy Phil Safety Program teaches children about stranger danger, the negative effects of bullying, fire safety, internet safety and respect for authority figures. The program also encourages positive behavior like honesty, friendship, being a buddy not a bully, civic responsibility and knowing what to do in an emergency. Students in 1st through 3rd grade learn valuable lessons in a fun, entertaining and informative 30 minute presentation.
Girls on the Run is dedicated to creating a world where every girl knows and activates her limitless potential and is free to boldly pursue her dreams.
Meeting twice a week in small teams of 8-15 girls, we teach life skills through dynamic, conversation-based lessons and running games. The 24-lesson curriculum is taught by certified Girls on the Run coaches and includes three parts: understanding ourselves, valuing relationships and teamwork and understanding how we connect with and shape the world at large. Follow this link for more information.