Cub Scout Fast Tracks

Fast Tracks is a National BSA program which is designed to help dens make sure their boys are advancing in rank. Fast Tracks is a series of den meeting plans (two den meetings per month) designed to be used in conjunction with the youth handbooks. By following the prescribed den meeting plans as written, the boys will fulfill the requirements necessary to earn the badge of rank by the end of February.

In the den meeting plan section you will find the basic den meeting agenda format, tips on how to run your den meeting, basic guidance on den meeting structure, and organizational tips.

Each den meeting is presented on separate pages, so you can print out only what you
need at the time. Any handouts to be used at a given den meeting will follow the den meeting plan. These handouts can also be found in the Resources folder.

After the complete year of meeting plans for your program area, you will find tips about summer events and a Resources folder with additional resources.

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Wondering how this is working out for any Cub leaders using it? Our den leaders would really like a 2-meeting a month format.

By John Shepard on March 9th, 2009 at 12:51 pm

It’s not just two meetings a month. It’s two regular den meetings a month, then a third meeting that is a pack or den field trip or outing per month, then one pack meeting a month.

By E Glazener on October 20th, 2009 at 11:15 am


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