Are you one of the councils participating in the Lion pilot program? Or maybe you’re a passionate Scouter who’s eager to learn more? Well you’re in luck, because there’s a place you can go to check out all the Lion resources you might need.
Head to the Lion Pilot Program landing page to gain access to a plethora of tools, designed to help pilot participants execute a kindergarten-age program five-year-old boys will love. Keep reading to get an idea of what’s available for you to use.
What You Want to Know About the Lion Pilot
- If reading the words “Lion pilot program” doesn’t ring any bells for you, take a look at the program overview on the Lion landing page under Lion Resources. This document will give you a great at-a-glance look at what the program is, how it’s run, and why it was developed.
- Have questions about the pilot that you can’t find the answer to? The Lion Pilot FAQs is the place you need to go. Everything from registration and recruitment to leadership and training is covered here.
- Want to know which councils are participating? Check out the comprehensive list of councils who are participating this fall.
- Introduce this new pilot to parents using the Lion Guide and Parent Orientation Video and Powerpoint Presentation on the Lion page to give interested families a glimpse at what makes this program a great option for their kindergarten-age sons.
But Wait, There’s More!
For council specific resources, check out the assets available on the Lion Pilot Landing Page under “For Councils.” There, you’ll find a Council Overview Powerpoint, Promotional Materials, a Lion Video, and a Registration Processing Guide.
So, what are you waiting for? Head to the Lion page to see for yourself. And tell us in the comments below how you plan to use these resources to get the word out in your communities!