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Resources for Parents

Adults, here are some things that might help you as a parent of a Cub Scout:


Pack 323 Welcome Packet – All the information you need to get started with our pack.  Page is password protected, so please see check request the password from one of our leaders or using the online contact form.

Bobcat Requirements – These requirements should be completed ASAP as they are required to be completed before working on any other requirements.

How to Protect Your Children from Child Abuse: A Parent’s Guide.  This booklet is found attached to the front cover of the scout handbook (for all ranks).  If it is missing from your handbook, it can be downloaded from


Parents and Pack Leaders Online Tool for:

  • Pack Communication
  • Pack Calendar
  • Den Calendars
  • Tracking Progress toward Rank

if you are not currently set up in Scoutbook, please contact one of our leaders or use the online contact form.


The quickest and easiest way to help the Pack Go!

Popcorn Sales –

Greens Sales –


Health Form A/B – For any and all Scouting activities, all participants must complete Part A and Part B. “All participants” includes parents, guardians, siblings, youth, staff, and unit leaders.  The form is valid for 12months from the date it was filled out, so it must be updated annually, or if any of the information changes.

Uniforms/Scout Shop

Uniform Requirements

Online BSA Retail Shop – Boy Scouts of America Online Store.

Phoenix Scout Shop – Local Scout Shop is a good resource for all scouting needs

2969 N Greenfield Rd
Phoenix, AZ 85016
(602) 224-0778
M-F: 9:00 am – 5:30 pm
Sat: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

Boy Scouts of America

BSA Cub Scout Parents Information Page

Grand Canyon Council

BSA Youth Protection Training Online Course – All leaders are required to take BSA Youth Protection Training (Online) and it is recommended for parents to take the course, as well.  If you complete this course please print your training records and submit a copy to one of our leaders for the Pack records.


Camping Checklist (coming soon) –   If it has it been a while since you’ve been camping or you’ve never been camping… Your Son’s Den Leader and Cubmaster are also a good resource.

Remember tents are often specified with everyone sleeping shoulder to shoulder (and sometimes shoulder to feet to shoulder.) Check your tent dimensions and make sure you will be comfortable sleeping that close. Especially if your son moves around while sleeping. Also, note most 3 person tents will NOT hold three standard camp air mattresses.

Equipment for Boy Scout Outdoor Activities – An Early Buying Guide

Pinewood Derby

Pack 323 Rules

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