Questions: Webelos and their Parents should reach out to the Patrol Assistant Scoutmasters for questions about Troop 52:
Apache Patrol: Greg Royal
Blue Wolves Patrol: Bryan Russell
Panther Patrol: Ken Semph
Red Cobras Patrol: Vamsee Konda
Sharks Patrol: Jeff Schneider
Before your son crosses over to Troop 52, you can get started now with his and your application to Boy Scouts of America.
We will also except Credit Cards at the crossover thru our website store using PayPal to firstname.lastname@example.org anytime.
Parents and guardians who would like to participate in any Boy Scouts activity are required to attend the EIM (Ethics and Integrity in Ministry) Workshop and complete the BSA YPT (Youth Protection Training)
After you have completed your Adult Registration, you will be given access to the website. Go to Adult Registration Procedure here for step by step instructions.
Each Troop 52 member should download and review the Troop Guide in our Unit Documents. It is a treasure trove of information on how our Troop works. It is especially handy during your boy's first year.
The Camping MB Blue Card should be the first Blue Card your scout gets at his first meeting. He picks it up from the Advancement Coordinator and receives directions from the Advancement Coordinator.
Parents, if you ever have any question, find a uniformed adult (called a "Scouter"), and they will either answer your question, or direct you to someone who can. A roster of all our adult leaders can be found once you've registered with the troop.
Tree of Responsibility
First-Year Scouts should look to the following fellow scouts for direction; these boy leaders are charged with managing or overseeing each patrol and it's members. A scout should always seek out assistance from his fellow scouts before going to an adult. In order of responsibility, they are:
To get a rank advancement signed off your scout should go to in order: Life Scout or Assistant Scoutmaster.
At Troop 52, we take the personal safety of our Scouts seriously. All adult leaders, and all adults who may interact with Scouts, are required to register, undergo background checks, and be appropriately trained. Parents and guardians who would like to participate in any Boy Scouts activity need to register. We strongly encourage at least one adult from each scout family register with us. Registration enables you to stay informed and involved as your boy proceeds through scouting. Please see below the steps required by adults to register with Troop 52:
Please keep your child home from scouting activities if any of these conditions exist:
For example, if your scout has a fever over 100 degrees, he should stay out of scouting activities until fever free for 24 hours without fever-reducing medications. In addition, scouts with vomiting or diarrheal illnesses should stay home until they no longer are vomiting or have diarrhea (without the use of medications) for at least 24 hours.
Scouts with bacterial pink-eye must be treated with antibiotics for 24 hours before returning to scouting activities. Consult with your physician for information about how long to keep scouts home from scouting activities for other illnesses.
If your child is diagnosed with a communicable illness such as flu, strep throat, pink-eye, chicken pox, staph/MRSA infection, any reportable illness, or any vaccine-preventable illness, please let our Scoutmaster know.
Health officials recommend local communities and schools should take the same steps to protect against Coronavirus as we take to prevent the spread of everyday illnesses like the common cold or the flu:
With your support, we will do everything possible to foster a safe scouting environment for all scouts. If you have specific questions, please contact the Scoutmaster.
All of our weekly meetings and committee meetings are already scheduled, but anything other than that needs to be scheduled through the Emmaus web site at http://www.emmausparish.org/facility-request
This includes any Board of Reviews or Merit Badge meetings that are scheduled. Scouts may be asked to stay outside before a 7:00 PM Troop meeting if not already reserved. We need to make sure that the Church knows if anybody from Troop 52 will be anywhere at the church.
Thanks for understanding the churches wishes.
Troop 52 Scout Master
Emmaus includes projectors in the Parish Hall and Bat Cave and you just need an HDMI (female connection) for Parish hall OR VGA output (male connection) for Bat Cave on your laptop or adapter to connect to the HDMI or VGA input cord for the projector. Video input locations:
Various adapters to VGA/HDMI can be bought at Best Buy if needed (e.g. HDMI to VGA, USB-C to HDMI).
Please contact the Troop 52 Web Master for any assistance with Projectors and/or TVs.
When dropping off your scouts for a Troop meeting ... they should enter the building immediately and not loiter in the parking lot.
When picking up your scouts from a Troop meeting ... they should remain in the building until you've arrived.
Scouts should NOT be on the second floor of the PLC (Parish Life Center aka the Great Hall.)
These are safety issues that both Emmaus and the Troop Leadership agree on, otherwise Emmaus will insist that when you drop off or pick up your scout you will have to physically walk him in and out and we want to avoid this.
Troop 52, Lakeway TX
Emmaus Catholic Parish, 1718 Lohmans Crossing Road, Lakeway, Texas 78734, United States
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