Resources

BSA Background Checks

The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) is committed first and foremost to keeping youth safe. Part of that commitment includes continually updating our youth protection policies to help ensure we are always on the forefront of youth safety.

One of our many barriers to abuse is a mandatory criminal background check during the adult volunteer application process. While the initial background check is important, the BSA wants to ensure continued safety, so moving forward, periodic rechecks of criminal backgrounds will be performed.

Please complete the process  below to help us continue to provide the safest environment possible for our Scouts and leaders. Please note that these steps must be completed before your 2020 annual registration can be processed.


BSA Background Check Form/Disclosure

Internet Rechartering

Welcome and thank you for using internet rechartering from Boy Scouts of America. Internet rechartering allows you to renew your unit’s charter online and perform the following actions:

  • Select members from your existing charger roster
  • Promote members from another unit
  • Add new members
  • Updated member information and
  • Print a summary of costs associated with the new charter

Before beginning internet rechartering, collect all member information, including new member forms with the appropriate signatures. To complete the process, you must be connected to a printer to print the final report for signature.

*Need more help? Check out this power point presentation for assistance 


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Annual Health and Medical Records

The Scouting adventure, camping trips, high-adventure excursions, and having fun are important to everyone in Scouting—and so is your safety and well-being. Completing the Annual Health and Medical Record is the first step in making sure you have a great Scouting experience. So what do you need?

All Scouting Events

Applies to ALL participants—in basic Scouting activities such as local tours and weekend camping trips less than 72 hours in duration.


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Are you going to camp?

A pre-participation physical is needed:

  • For resident campers (summer or winter camps)
  • Events 72 hours or more


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Instructions Handout


Important Risk Factors


Age Appropriate Guidelines

Unit Resources

Unit Planning Resources

Eagle Scout Resources

For full details regarding the Eagle Scout Rank process please visit the Boy Scouts of America National website by clicking HERE.

Awards

Journey to Exellence

Scouting’s Journey to Excellence is the BSA’s planning, performance, and recognition program designed to encourage and reward the success of our units, districts and councils. It is meant to encourage excellence in providing a quality program at all levels of the BSA.

To log service hours, click HERE!

For more Journey to Excellence Resources click HERE!

Didn’t find what you were looking for? Please visit the Boy Scouts of America Website for more forms or to obtain a copy in Spanish.

Membership Resources

After School Engagement Program – Aetena/KanCare

Need help paying for Scouts? 

Aetna Better Health of Kansas is excited to serve KanCare members! One of the value added benefits we promised to provide to our members is an After School Engagement Program. Aetna Better Health of Kansas will provide members 5 to 18 years of age up to $35 per year to join the YMCA, 4-H, Boys and Girls Club, Boy Scouts or Girl Scouts.

For more information and how to apply click, HERE! 

Registration – Financial Assistance

Need help paying for Scouts?

Quivira Council is happy to offer financial assistance to those that might need it and would otherwise be unable to join such a life-changing program. Please complete the financial aid form and attach to your application for consideration.

*Please note that this form is for registration financial aid only.

Ambassador Resources

During these times, it is important to have a cadre of “Scouting Ambassadors” to help more people better understand the importance of Scouting, celebrate our successes and share information to help clarify misinformation.

That is where you come into play!

We want you as a Scouting Ambassador to serve as a credible, local advocate who can connect with individual units, volunteers and parents to increase how quickly and expansively we deliver information and celebrate successes. Here you will find the safe scouting cards that have been distributed at recent meetings and the most up to date talking points from national regarding any recent media coverage. If you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact the council office. 

Talking Points 
Safe Scouting Card