Recent Updates

Click here to visit the Guide Your Xperience Channel. For experienced Scout leaders, this is the information traditionall contained in your Leader's Guide. Participants will also find helpful information to prepare for your November adventure.  
Don't miss our webinar on July 17th, 8:30 p.m. to hear all things new! Join the webinar by going here. To get a preview of what will be covered, please check out our post on the Hub. By the way, did you hear about the updates to commission for 2018? If not, check it out here!
Camp Constantin welcomed some special visitors today. The Chief Scout Executive and one of our newest Cub Scouts participated in a photo shoot for Scouting Magazine. They were joined by one of our top-notch staff members. Keep an eye out for pictures of Circle Ten Council Scouts and camp to appear in Scouting Magazine in the coming months!
Among other tenets, the Scout Law requires that a Scout is KIND. To reinforce this principle, Circle Ten Council has started an anti-bullying initiative with a goal of creating a “bullying-free” culture in Scouting in our 24-county service area that covers North Texas and southern Oklahoma. This update highlights our summer camp staff leader training sessions. Thousands of youth will participate in summer camp activities at our local camps and we are pleased to share that every one of their staff members has been trained to recognize, respond, and report bullying. A special thank you goes to...
With the inclusion of girls into the Cub Scout Program, this Fall will see a significant increase in the number of recruitment fliers being produced by Circle Ten Council. To assist with the printing increase, volunteers are needed to assist our staff who print the fliers in our copy centers. During August and September, volunteers are needed to cover shifts from 9:30 a.m. - noon and from 1:30 - 4:00 p.m. in both the council offices. To sign up to help in the John D. Murchison Scouting Center (Dallas), please contact Mel Rico at 214-902-6782. To sign up to help in the Bobby Lyle ◊ Billy...
Seeking energetic and self-motivated individuals to serve as a District Executive. This is a sales and management career opportunity that demands growth in all areas - recruiting youth, raising sustainable finances, and working with top community leaders. Today's professional Scouters are a diverse group of men and women sharing a dynamic career offering independence, achievement, and stability. This is work that makes a difference... work that calls one to continual learning and challenge ... work that offers solid compensation, benefits, and advancement. Compensation and Benefits The Circle...
We are pleased to announce that 2nd and 3rd grade girls will be allowed to attend Cub Scout Resident Camp this year at Camp James Ray for two sessions – July 5-7 & July 12-14. Key information: -There will be gender-specific campsites AND facilities-ALL girls must be registered Cub Scouts BEFORE the start of the session they attend-Youth applications will be accepted beginning June 11 at both Scouting Centers (Dallas & Fairview)-Cub Scout Resident Camp is the ONLY Council activity girls can participate in. AFTER August 1, Cub Scout girls will be able to participate in ALL Scouting...
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Be Sure to Update BeAScout Pins to Reflect Status Updating unit pins on BeAScout is an important step in helping prospective Scouts and their families get in touch with units in your council. BeAScout is open for units to indicate boy-only (default), family pack, or girl-only AND the date that they will begin accepting female applications. Log in to your My.Scouting account; select Menu at the top left From the drop-down menu, select your unit Select Organization Manager Select the Settings tab Scroll to Family Scouting If remaining boy-only, do nothing (this is the default setting);...
The Circle Ten Council is very appreciative of the partnership that we have had with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. As a chartering organization for 105 years, we have partnered to support youth in developing leadership skills and learning values to help them with their religious pursuits. The Circle Ten Council respects the decision announced by the Church regarding their support of Scouting units as chartered organizations. We know that Scouting works … Scouting matters ... Scouting lasts … a lifetime. Therefore, we encourage our local LDS youth to continue their Scouting...
Howdy, future Circle Ten Xperience 2 Campers! You all know the benefits of registering early, or should by now!! Well, now let us introduce you to the Sub-Camp Mascots!Each Sub-Camp will be designated by a color and a critter indigenous to the Circle Ten Council region. While your camp mascot will be a surprise, here are the patches created to represent each. Show your pride by purchasing your camp’s mascot, or collect them all! These will be a collector’s item you will be glad to keep and trade at the next Jamboree or Scouting event! The online trading post will be open later in the month...
The wait is over, and we now know what we’ll call the program for 11- to 17-year-old youth when girls can begin joining during the scheduled launch on Feb. 1, 2019 - Scouts BSA! Boys and girls who are part of Scouts BSA will be known as Scouts. Just as before, these Scouts will earn merit badges, go camping and work toward the Eagle Scout Award. The organization name, Boy Scouts of America, will NOT change.  Cub Scouts, Venturing, Exploring, and Sea Scouts will remain the same as well. For more information, visit  
SETTING UP YOUR UNIT'S BEASCOUT PIN BeAScout is an online site that prospective members can use to find a unit near them.  To prepare for the My.Scouting Tools Online Registration going live, please verify that your BeAScout pin is turned on and that the contact information is current and displays the information you want shown for your unit. Step 1.Log in to your My.Scouting account. (If you do not have an account, please see instructions below for "Updating Your My.Scouting Tools Profile")   Step 2.Go to BeAScout Tools Select Menu Select Legacy Web Tools Select BeAScout...
It is official, the current 2018 Online Youth Protection Training meets state requirements and has been approved by the State of Texas. If you have completed the new BSA online Youth Protection Training course on or after March 13, 2018, you no longer need to take a classroom-facilitated version of the course to attend a licensed camp (camps of four or more days). If you have not taken the new BSA online Youth Protection Training course, you must do so by October 1, 2018 or you won’t be able to re-charter with your unit. Questions can be emailed to
Position Description: This person is a licensed physician and registered Scouter who serves as the primary source of medical information for the council. Qualifications: Registered Scouter trained in Youth Protection Licensed to practice medicine in Texas Responsibilities: Serves as a member of the Enterprise Risk Management Committee  In conjunction with the council ERM Committee, provides oversight to the four council’s camp medical facilities and procedures as required by National Camping Standards (NCAP) In conjunction with members of the council ERM Committee, reviews first-aid logs from...
This can belong to you! How, you ask? By registering your unit early or by registering yourself to staff the CTX2! Each unit registered in time (before the patches are gone) will receive 2 patches for adults attending CTX2 to wear as they promote the event to their units and districts. All staff that sign up now will also receive this patch, until they run out. These patches will go FAST, so get registered today! Go to CampMaster and register to make sure you get yours! 
The course scheduling for Webelos Resident Camp is open in CampMaster now. To view the course available and their descriptions, please go here.
We have camps for your Scouts this summer that are just waiting for them to sign up!   For Scouts in Packs Day Camps and Twilight Camps Resident CampCubs Webelos For Scouts in Troops Summer CampCamp Constantin/Jack D. Furst Aquatic Base Trevor Rees-Jones Scout Camp Maverick Camp
By popular demand we are making Maverick camp available ALL SUMMER!  We are very pleased to announce that all weeks, starting with Week 0 (June 10 – 17) will be available starting March 9, 2018.  Remember, this is summer camp for individuals, so no unit sign up is necessary! Parents can sign up an individual youth to come to camp and earn merit badges, participate in fun activities, and make new friends as you take advantage of all the fun that a week of Boy Scout Summer Camp has to offer. Full time summer camp staff members will be overseeing each contingent - so hurry and make your...




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