Access to schools takes many forms. It may be the ability to send home a message with boys who are prospective Cub Scouts. It may be the opportunity to present a “boy talk” to prospective Cub Scouts. It may be a matter of requesting the use of a school facility.
In the recently released publication “School Access Challenges: A Tiered Response to Building Relationships,” you can learn about a tiered response, what you should know about schools to optimize access, what the law says about school access, three examples of responding to school access issues, and proven practices for building relationships with school personnel.