Roundtable Planning Resources

Find National Service Center content below for each segment of the virtual roundtable format. Timely new content is in development. Check back frequently to see what has been added for the coming months. Roundtable topics are updated monthly, however we encourage you to use the topics as and when you see fit. See the Roundtable Archive Page for previous topics.

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Safety Moments

Using a Safety Moment (2:25) (posted in August 2020)

Code of Conduct (posted in September 2020)

Digital Safety & Online Scouting Activities (posted in October 2020)

Winter Sports (posted in November 2020)

Is It Scouting? (posted in December 2020)

Communicable Disease Prevention (posted in January 2021)

Hypothermia (posted in February 2021)

Guide to Safe Scouting (posted in March 2021)

Aquatics (posted in April 2021)

Sun (posted in May 2021)

Propane Stoves (posted in June 2021)

Transportation Safety (posted in July 2021)

Incident Reporting (posted in August 2021)

Weather-Related Safety (posted in September 2021)

Campfire Safety (posted in October 2021)

When to File an Incident Report (posted in November 2021)

When to Cancel an Event Due to Weather (posted in December 2021)

Cub Scout Breakouts (Training & Discussion)

Roundtable topics are updated monthly, however we encourage you to use the topics as and when you see fit.

Getting Parents Involved (9:41) (posted in August 2020)

Recruitment Events (9:41) (posted in September 2020)

Welcoming New Families (8:59) (posted in October 2020)

Keeping Your Cub Scouts: Having Fun (8:51) (posted in November 2020)

Pinewood Derby Hacks (9:04) (posted in December 2020)

Blue and Gold – “Blue and Gold is not what you think it is” (8:42) (Discussion Questions) (posted in January 2021)

Advancements (12:31) (Discussion Questions) (posted in February 2021)

Annual Planning Conference (8:41) (Discussion Questions) (posted in March 2021)

Virtual Meetings (7:21) (Discussion Questions) (posted in April 2021)

Summertime Activities (7:30) (Discussion Questions) (posted in May 2021)

Cub Scout Technology for Leaders (8:44) (Discussion Questions) (posted in June 2021)

Building A Relationship With Your Local Schools (8:48) (Discussion Questions) (posted in July 2021)

Den Leaders (7:36) (Discussion Questions) (posted in August 2021)

Everyone Volunteers (8:43) (Discussion Questions) (posted in September 2021)

Back to Meeting in Person (7:33) (Discussion Questions) (posted in October 2021)

Leader’s Resources (8:45) (Discussion Questions) (Posted in November 2021)

Scouts BSA Breakouts (Training & Discussion)

Roundtable topics are updated monthly, however we encourage you to use the topics as and when you see fit.

Leader Recruitment and Succession Planning (3:06) (posted in August 2020)

Recruiting in the Time of Pandemic (8:40) (posted in September 2020)

Developing High Performance Youth Leaders (4:27) (posted in October 2020)

How to Conduct Socially Distanced Ceremonies (3:20) (posted in November 2020)

Preparing for Your New Cub Scouts (3:15) (posted in December 2020)

The Importance of Advancement (4:35) (Discussion Questions) (posted in January 2021)

The Guide to Safe Scouting (3:02) (Discussion Questions) (posted in February 2021)

The Scouting Journey (5:29) (Discussion Questions) (posted in March 2021)

Engaging Your Chartering Organization (6:07) (Discussion Questions) (posted in April 2021)

Impact of the Patrol Method (5:58) (Discussion Questions) (posted in May 2021)

Merit Badge Steps (4:35) (Discussion Questions) (posted in June 2021)

Code of Conduct (3:47) (Discussion Questions) (posted in July 2021)

Scout Led Program (4:27) (Discussion Questions) (posted in August 2021)

Den Chiefs (3:59) (Discussion Questions) (posted in September 2021)

Citizenship (7:42) (Discussion Questions) (posted in October 2021)

Scouting Information: Where to go? (7:38) (Discussion Questions) (posted in November 2021)

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