Phoenix District

Phoenix DistrictThe Phoenix District serves Scouting units in the Klein ISD (west of Kuykendahl) located north of Houston and east of Highway 249.

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Phoenix District Roundtable

June 13, 2024 | 7:00 pm

roundtableRoundtable is a district monthly meeting typically held the second Thursday of the month at 7:00 pm to help unit leaders plan and carry out their own program. Roundtable is held at Cypress Creek Christian Church (6823 Cypresswood Dr, Spring, TX 77379). Follow us on Facebook at facebook.com/PhoenixDistrictSHAC.

Roundtable is a form of supplemental training for volunteers. The objective of roundtable is to give leaders program ideas, information on upcoming events and trainings, and an opportunity to share experiences and enjoy fun and fellowship with other Scouting leaders. As a result of the roundtable experience, unit leaders will be inspired, motivated, informed, and able to provide a stronger program for their Scouts. Roundtable breakouts are a great place for leaders and parents to come together to share so everyone can learn more about Scouting.

Cub Scout breakout focuses on the needs of leaders and volunteers in packs. Leaders are not on their own and don't have to reinvent the wheel. Learn about the resources available to help put together a top-notch program. 
Scouts BSA breakout focuses on leaders and volunteers in troops, crew, ships to share quality resources, knowledge, and skills that enable and motivate leaders to deliver an outstanding program. Parents and leaders of Webelos Scouts crossing over into troops are also invited.  
Special interest focuses on a special topic each month. 

Popcorn Training

Power your unit's program with our fall popcorn sale. Raise more money with less work in less time! Learn more about the upcoming popcorn sale and how to make sure your unit is successful. Every unit should send a representative to either the virtual training on July 13, 2024, or the in-person training being held at the Cockrell Scout Center on July 24, 2024.

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Mission Lone Star

Mission Lone Star is the new high adventure program for older Scouts (14+) during summer camp. This exciting program includes a trip to NASA + travel, Train Like an Astronaut Program or Underwater Helicopter Rescue Program, ATV riding, Ziplining, High ropes course, COPE, Climbing, Shooting sports, Aquatics, and primitive camping on the Lone Star Trail.

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Trail to Eagle Camp

July 7-10, 2024

Trail to Eagle is a council-organized three-night specialty camp for Scouts BSA. The program provides opportunities for Scouts to earn Eagle-required merit badges along their advancement trail. Troops and individual Scouts can attend.

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ATV Trek

TV Trek: July 7-10 or 10-13, 2024

The ATV Trek is a three-night specialty camp that allows Scouts (ages 14+) to explore Camp Strake's trails while learning to drive using crème de la crème of ATV equipment at a 3-day camp. Troops, crews, ships, and individual Scouts can attend. There are limited spots for each session.

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Strake Odyssey

July 14-20, 2024

Embark on an extraordinary journey with Strake Odyssey, a new space-focused camp being held at Camp Stake. Dive into the wonders of astronomy, rocketry, and cosmic exploration, igniting young minds with hands-on activities and captivating simulations that bring the universe to life. Scouts in troops, crews, ships and individual Scouts can attend this unforgettable adventure beyond the stars. 

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Super Troop

July 7-12, 2024

Super Troop is an opportunity for Scouts in troops to attend camp individually if they can't attend camp with their unit, or for those Scouts who just like to camp. 

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Summer Camp

Summer Camp is a week-long council-organized overnight camp for Scouts in troops that operates under council-retained leadership. There are unique programs for first-year Scouts and experienced Scouts. Summer camp is held at Camp Strake, a first-class and state-of-the-art facility for Scouts and their leaders. Program areas include shooting sports (rifle, shotgun, archery, sporting arrows), climbing, rappelling, boating (canoeing, kayaking, paddle boarding, rowing), swimming, ATV riding, ziplining, cycling, merit badge classes and more.

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Wood Badge

Wood Badge is the Boy Scouts of America's ultimate leadership training designed to meet the advanced leadership needs of Scouters. It is a fun, energetic and inspiring course guaranteed to infuse your unit with fun and meaning – all designed to fulfill the mission of the BSA, and ensure our youth is getting everything they are promised from the program. 

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Merit Badge Days

Merit Badge Days are an opportunity for Scouts in troops to work on requirements merit badges. Over 100 merit badge class opportunities are available throughout the year.

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