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What Activities Are Not Approved in Safety-Wise?

What Activities Are Not Approved in Safety-Wise?

The following activities are never allowed for any Girl Scout: Potentially uncontrolled free-falling (bungee jumping, hang gliding, parachuting, parasailing and trampolining) Shooting a projectile at another person (such as paintball) ...more What Activities Are Not Approved in Safety-Wise?

Safety Training Requirements + Activity Checkpoints

Safety Training Requirements + Activity Checkpoints

Some volunteer-led activities require the leaders to complete safety training, such as First Aid or CPR. If you’re planning an activity, review the Activity Checkpoint for the activity you are ...more Safety Training Requirements + Activity Checkpoints

Summertime Activities

Summertime Activities

As troops prepare for summertime activities, remember to check out the Safety Activity Checkpoints. For example, the Swimming Safety Activity Checkpoint is where you find information about swimming and water ...more Summertime Activities

When is a Certificate of Insurance Requested for an Activity?

When is a Certificate of Insurance Requested for an Activity?

When River Valleys works with a program vendor such as a horseback riding stable, or a water park, we request that they provide us with a certificate of insurance (COI) ...more When is a Certificate of Insurance Requested for an Activity?

Safety Tip: Be Aware of Activities that are not Approved in Safety-Wise

Safety Tip: Be Aware of Activities that are not Approved in Safety-Wise

The following activities are never allowed for any girl in Girl Scouts: Potentially uncontrolled free-falling (bungee jumping, hang gliding, parachuting, parasailing, and trampolining) Shooting a projectile at another person (such ...more Safety Tip: Be Aware of Activities that are not Approved in Safety-Wise

Safety Tip: Safety Training Requirements + Activity Checkpoints

Safety Tip: Safety Training Requirements + Activity Checkpoints

Some volunteer-led activities require the leaders to complete safety training, such as First Aid or CPR. If you’re planning an activity, review the Activity Checkpoint for the activity you are ...more Safety Tip: Safety Training Requirements + Activity Checkpoints

Safety Tip: Getting Girls Involved in Safety Planning

Safety Tip: Getting Girls Involved in Safety Planning

Getting girls involved when planning safety for an activity helps them to establish lifelong habits of safety consciousness. Here are some ideas for different age groups: Grades K-3: Have the ...more Safety Tip: Getting Girls Involved in Safety Planning

Money Earning Tip: Selling Food

Money Earning Tip: Selling Food

Are you planning a troop money-earning project that involves the sale of food, such as a food stand, community dinner, or bake sale? Guidelines surrounding the sale of food vary ...more Money Earning Tip: Selling Food

Safety Tip: Permission Slips

Safety Tip: Permission Slips

Where do I find a permission slip that I can use for Girl Scout field trip? A fillable form can be found in Forms and Resources under Activity Planning and ...more Safety Tip: Permission Slips