Shown below are just a few examples of different types of Girl Scout Ceremonies. Feel free to use one of these or even have the girls make up one of their own! If you have a ceremony you can share with our District, please send them to Shelley Oliveira.
Usually held in the Fall for Girls that are brand new to Girl Scouts.
If your troop has a favorite ceremony and you'd like to share it, please email it to Shelley Oliveira at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What will you find in these new books? The Girl Scout Leadership Experience comes to life for girls and the adults in these journeys. The leadership keys of Discover, Connect, and Take Action, along with the Girl Scout processes of Girl Led, Cooperative Learning, and Learning by Doing, are woven through each journey.
This series explores many of the same important themes found in uniquely ME! such as developing a strong sense of self, learning about the benefits of a balanced diet and physical activity, developing healthy relationships, identifying ways to express yourself, and promoting well-being and confidence.
slip whenever they leave your troop's designated meeting place.
Short Term Travel: These are day trips to local areas within driving
distance. Short Trip Notification Form is no longer needed.
However, we recommend you use the Parental Passport these trips.
Extended Travel: This form must be submitted to your TO 18 months/2
years in advance for international travel. Contact your ME for more
information regarding international trips, including Canada. This form must
also used for trips that will be longer than two nights and/or take place at a
distance of more than 200 miles.
Links and Websites:
There are many other Girl Scout and Council Websites that are there to help you. Make sure when visiting other Council sites, that you remember each Council is unique. Resources, policies or suggestions should be confirmed against GSSEM policies.