Girl scout leader binder

Stay organized and empower your troop as a Girl Scout leader with a specially designed binder. Discover helpful tips, resources, and ideas to make your leadership journey a success.
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The first thing I did as a Girl Scout troop leader was start a new board on my Pinterest account, secondly, I made the Troop Leader binders. The third thing I did as a troop leader, was make a parent folder. This is where I tried to answer all the questions a parent would have, that way, when a parent needed to reference what we spoke about during our parent meeting, they would have it on hand. Left pocket and front page. In the left pocket is the 'About Me' page; allergy, medical, and…

Suzannah Dunham
25 Page Leader Planner with Everything You Need to Plan Your Troop Year | Leader Connecting Leaders John Maxwell, Parties, Humour, Brownies, Leadership, Girl Scout Leader Binder, Start, Girl Scout Meeting Ideas, Girl Scout Troop Leader

Are you a leader trying to find the best way to plan and organize your troop? I highly recommend the Scout Leader Troop Planner Packet from the IamStrawJenBerry Etsy store. Let me tell you why The best person to put together a packet like this is someone who has been where you are, struggled with the organization portion of being a leader. Her name is Jen, and I had the opportunity to talk to her about this project. I asked her to share more about the Scout Leader Troop Planner Packet and…

Amanda Gaytan
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A couple weeks ago, Evelyn and I attended a Girl Scouts recruitment meeting. They told us all the troops were full and anyone that would join that day would need new troop leaders. Tom and I had talked about the possibility of me becoming a troop leader, but we never solidified our decision. Not a single person raised their hand and people were avoiding eye contact. I raised my hand, still a little iffy, but she accepted me quickly. The representative said I would need helpers and two women…

Tina Hedleston