GIRL SCOUT REGISTRATION
All Girl Scout must register each year with a troop or as a Juliette. The current registration fee is $15.00. All of this registration fee goes to the national organization.
Juliettes are Girl Scouts who are unwilling or unable to participate in group or troop activities.
All Girl Scout parents must complete and submit the Girl Registration form and Medical History form attached here, along with the $15.00 registration fee, at the beginning of each Girl Scout year.
GSEP families and volunteers are asked each year to donate what they can to support the programming created and presented by GSEP for Girl Scouts within the GSEP called the Family Partnership Campaign.
100% of the money donated to the Family Partnership Campaign stays within the GSEP.
Financial aid is available for any parent/guardian who is unable to fully fund a scout's Girl Scout Experience.
GIRL SCOUT NECESSITIES
The uniform for Older Girl Scouts consists of a white shirt, khaki bottom (pants or skirt), and a sash or vest. See the Uniform Diagram attached here.
Girl Scouts are not required to purchase any specific merchandise. However, members of Older Girl Scout Troop 9362 must possess the following items in order to participate in troop activities:
Older Scout Vest with Scout emblems
-- Troop numerals (9362)
-- Council identification set (Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania)
-- United States flag
Likewise, Girl Scouts are not required to participate in any specific activities. However, in order to earn the Girl Scout awards and recognitions, a Girl Scout must complete the required activities.
GIRL SCOUT PARENT'S PROMISE
On my honor, I will try,
To encourage and support my Girl Scout Daughter, and
To obey the Girl Scout Parent Law.
GIRL SCOUT PARENT'S LAW:
1. A Girl Scout Parent understands the true purpose of Girl Scouting.
2. A Girl Scout Parent gets their daughter to and from meetings on time.
3. A Girl Scout Parent knows a troop is a team effort.
4. A Girl Scout Parent sees the job through to the end.
5. A Girl Scout Parent sets a good example at all times.
6. A Girl Scout Parent is enthusiastic and cheerful.
7. A Girl Scout Parent does not consider the leader a baby sitter.
8. A Girl Scout Parent brings troop problems to the leader first.
9. A Girl Scout Parent always does his or her part willingly.
10. A Girl Scout Parent is aware that Girl Scouting is for all girls.