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Welcome to the website for Troop 938, Bloomington, Illinois!

This is the place for all Troop news.  Come here often to get information about upcoming activities, meetings, and fun!  Read the "About Us" section to learn more about our Troop.

The goal of the Boy Scout Troop 938 website is to enhance communication.  The calendar is a great place to start.  Just click on any event in the calendar for more details including registration forms, etc.

How Do I Join? Boy Scouting is open to any boy 12 to 18 years old.  For more information please feel free to drop the Scoutmaster an email.  You can also get more information at beascout.scouting.org.

Are You On The Troop 938 E-mail List?  To ensure the safety of our Scouts this is a secure, password-protected site.  You should have received your username and password via email.  If you do not have your username and/or password click on "login" and then "request new password".  If your email is on the Troop's roster the system will email your username and password.  If you are having problems please contact the webmaster at the email address listed below.

If you are a member (parent or scout) of our Troop and have not been receiving Troop emails, email the webmaster to have your email address added to the list.  Also, if your information has changed please email the webmaster with your update.  You can also update your roster information yourself by clicking on your record in the Troop Roster.

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CodeCampKidz cordially invites your Boy Scouts to a free online Learn To Code workshop

Posted by Jason LaRose on Jan 17 2019 - 5:12pm

Would you like to introduce your Boy Scouts to real coding in a fun and achievable way?

CodeCampKidz cordially invites them to join us at their convenience for 30 days of FREE skill building with real code. Online classes are held daily and led by a live instructor to accommodate busy schedules. After an initial "on boarding" session Scouts can come and go as their schedules permit, picking up where they left off as they work through the projects.

Scouts will learn how the internet works, design pages, overcome obstacles and solve problems all while learning real coding skill with real coding languages. They will work through their projects progressing from the basics to more advanced topics, building skill and self-confidence along the way. We will guide them through the process step by step to make sure they succeed. In the end they will have a work area to create their own designs and show them to the world. We will assist them at every step with personal mentoring, debugging and code reviews. No experience is required. This is something they can do individually or as a group.

Click here for more info and Boy Scout registration: (1 hour classes run daily)
codecampkidz.com/boyscouts

Click here to checkout our facebook page and all the great work we are doing with the kids: 
facebook.com/codecampkidz 

Whether they are interested in being a programmer or just want to know how things work, take advantage of this free unique workshop and join us at one of our daily classes. We look forward to working with you and your Boy Scouts. 

Rian 

ps. If you would like to reach me please send me an email and we can schedule a time to speak.

Rian Sousa, MSCIS
rian@codecampkidz.com
facebook.com/codecampkidz
codecampkidz.com/BoyScouts

Early Registration Opens Soon for 2020 Adventures at the Florida Sea Base

Posted by Jason LaRose on Jan 17 2019 - 5:08pm
Scouts and Venturers can choose from 20 different Sea Base adventures at six spectacular locations. Learn scuba diving at a five-star PADI Instructor Development Resort. Camp on Sea Base’s own primitive barrier island. Enjoy a STEM program where you’ll catch and tag sharks to collect critical scientific data. The possibilities are positively oceanic. View the 2020 program preview brochure to learn more.

Merit Badges Workshops

Posted by Jason LaRose on Aug 15 2018 - 9:30pm

The Challenger Learning Center is holding Merit Badge classes this fall through the spring.  Use the link below and see the attached flyer for more information.

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