Youth Grades K-5


Cub Scouts is a year-round program that offers fun activities that promote character and leadership development. Our program is designed to be hands-on, and parents are encouraged to play an active role in our programs.

Scouting embraces the outdoors through camping, hiking and water sports. We also focus on helping our communities through service projects, STEM development and building confident kids through our wide range of activities. The Cub Scout program is designed to develop physical, mental and emotional fitness. Fitness includes the body (well-tuned and healthy), the mind (able to think and solve problems), and the emotions (self-control, courage, and self-respect).


The Scouting program is delivered through local civic, faith-based, and educational institutions called chartered organizations, which operate Scouting units to deliver the programs to their youth members, as well as the community at large. 

Together, these organizations are run by almost one million adult volunteers dedicated to helping youth learn and grow.

The Cub Scouts program is open to boys and girls in kindergarten through fifth-grade. By welcoming both girls and boys into the program, more youth will have access to the character development and values-based leadership that Scouting promises and be better prepared for future success.

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Character Development

The mission of the Boy Scouts of America is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law.

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Confidence Building

Scouting promotes activities that lead to personal responsibility and high self-esteem. As a result, when hard decisions have to be made, peer pressure can be resisted and the right choices can be made.

Outdoor Experiences

Cub Scouts enjoy outdoor experiences as they participate in the variety of activities such as field trips, hikes, nature and conservation experiences, and outdoor games.


Cub Scouting means “doing” – from camping to hiking to going on field trips or doing projects that help your hometown and the people who live there.

Cub Scouting’s volunteer leaders work with Scouts and their families to improve their communities by enriching the lives of the families who live there.


In Cub Scouting, children and their families have fun and adventure in a program that builds character and instills values.

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Leave this world a little better than you found it.

— Robert Baden-Powell, founder of the worldwide Scout Movement

Cub Scout Uniform




Trousers or shorts










Neckerchief slide

The basic Cub Scout uniform has the following parts;

1. Shirt—The official uniform shirt is available with long or short sleeves and has button-flap pockets.

2. Pants— Shorts, long pants, skorts, and roll up pants all are in official blue.

3. Belt—Official navy-blue web belt with metal buckle.

4. Socks—Official socks are available in three lengths: ankle, crew, and knee. 

5. Hat—Official hat with  rank specific (grade level) emblem.

6. Neckerchief—Triangular neckerchief with rank specific (grade level) color and logo. Official BSA neckerchiefs are the only neckerchiefs that are part of the uniform. 

7. Neckerchief slide—Official gold-tone metal slide with rank specific (grade level) emblem. Cub Scouts may wear handmade neckerchief slides.

(Details of the Cub Scout Uniform)