RT Treasure Chest
to get a copy of the RT Newsletter you need to attend Roundtable.
If you are a Cub RT Commissioner you can sign up to receive the password for the newsletter..
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What is Roundtable ?
It is an important function of the district where the upcoming monthly Cub Scout program theme in action! It is a learning opportunity for you the Cub Leader and a training opportunity for the BSA.
The monthly Roundtables are the most effective medium for getting the Cub Scout program to YOU the packs and leaders.
A quality Roundtable should be informational --to provide leaders with the "skill-to-do." Activities at Roundtable must be usuable by the packs in the next month's den and pack meetings. The best method to teach a skill is to "learn-by-doing." A roundtable is not entertainment; it is a learning experiecnce. Yet if it is done well, it can be entertaining, too.
A quality roundtable must also be inspirational-- to give Cub Scout leaders the "will-to-do", and to motivate them to do their best for their Cub Scouts.
Attendees receive flyers on upcoming events, and learn about upcoming events held in the District and Council and the monthly password for the Treasure Chest.
resource items for the different levels of Cub Scouting.
The more members from your Pack that attend, the more your Pack will get out of Roundtable. The monthly theme of Roundtable is the theme that the Pack will use the following month.
If Committees meet after RT, they could have the extra RT resources and the edition of the Cub Roundtable Newsletter to make selections from for the activities the Pack would do the following month.
Also, a great benefit that new Leaders gain is that they get to meet and network with seasoned Scout Leaders who can discuss current topics and explain ideas to the new Leaders.
Attendance is taken at Roundtable and those who attend will be told what the password for that month is so that they can access that month's edition.
Even if you are from another District of Council, your RT Commissioner can e-mail me and I will send them the password to give to their Roundtable Leaders who come to their RT.
"Ask the Commiss" A friend sent me a note that I should have a section on my web site where leaders could ask "how to" questions and answers that everyone could read as a way of sharing ideas. If you have a question send it to and we will try to help you out.