You Ask, What IS Roundtable?
Posted On: 2009-01-02
Cub Scout leader roundtables are held monthly on a district basis. Den and pack leaders join for fun and fellowship while learning new tricks, stunts, games crafts, ceremonies, songs, and skits related to the theme and Webelos activity badges for the following month. There are also opportunities for sharing ideas and activities with leaders from other packs.
After attending the roundtable each month, your leaders will come to your pack leaders' meeting well-informed and ready to complete plans for your den and pack program for the next month.
Check with your unit commissioner to find out when and where your monthly roundtable is held.
What is A Roundtable - CS RT Planning Guide?
Don't let the name roundtable fool you. It isn't necessarily round, and you don't need a table. It's a training know-how show. It's the single most important function of the district. It's the Cub Scout program in action. It's your most effective medium for getting the program to the unit. It's an information source for leaders. It's a meeting where leaders can discuss and share what works in their dens and packs--success stories!
Who Attends Rountables?
Roundtables are designed for all pack leaders--Cubmasters, den leaders, Webelos den leaders, and their assistants, as well as den leader coaches, pack committee members, and prospective leaders.
Unit commissioners attend the roundtables in which their leaders are involved. This may mean dividing their time between roundtables for Cub Scout and Boy Scout leaders.