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Unit Action Plan - (Poor Health Status) Instructions: This form is to be completed in a meeting with the unit committee chairman, chartered organization representative, top leader (Cubmaster, Scoutmaster, Coach, Advisor, or Skipper), unit commissioner, and assistant district commissioner. This report is to be forwarded to the district commissioner to indicate an awareness of issue(s) that could prevent the unit from renewing its charter by the expiration date. For unit types, use C for pack, S for troop, V for team, P for crew, S for ship, and E for post. Once the district commissioner has taken action, a copy of this report must be forwarded to the council commissioner at the next council commissioner meeting.

Unit expiration date:

Unit type and number:

Chartered organization name:

Top leader name:

Leader e-mail address: Leader phone number:

Committee chair name:

Com. chair e-mail address: Com. chair phone number:

Chartered organization representative name:

Ch. org. rep. e-mail address: Ch. org. rep. phone number:

Unit commissioner name:

Unit commissioner e-mail address: Unit commissioner phone number:

Unit problem issues Select each item that corresponds to the issue(s) that will prevent this unit from renewing its charter. Identify primary issue(s) by placing a mark in the “primary” column; any contributing issues can be identified by placing a mark in the “contributing” column. Primary

Contributing

“Unit in Crisis” issues Chartered organization no longer desires to continue its relationship with the Boy Scouts of America. Chartered organization has indicated it is planning or wants to remove the top leader. Unit has not had any contact with the chartered organization or representative in last 120 days. Unit is currently meeting in a location that poses risk or danger to both youth and adult members. Top unit leader (Cubmaster, Scoutmaster, Coach, Advisor, or Skipper) has indicated that they are resigning their position. Top unit leader has not attended any unit meetings within last 60 days. Top unit leader has made comments about being “too busy” or “tired” (burn-out). Top leader is not trained (JTE requirement). Unit has leaders that have not completed Youth Protection Training (YPT) or current certificate is expired. Unit committee is not holding monthly meetings or is inactive and not supporting the Scouting program. Unit has lost over 50% of its registered youth membership since it renewed its charter. Pack, troop, or team has not reported any youth advancement to the council service center in the last 90 days. Unit is no longer meeting or unit has not held a meeting in the last 30 days. Unit has not recruited new adult or youth membership in last 180 days. Unit has not participated in a district or council event in 180 days. Unit’s charter has expired and will drop within next 60 days (lapsed unit). (Packs) No den leader(s) as required by the BSA’s unit leadership requirements.

Other/Comments


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Action plan and item assignment Each leader attending the meeting between the unit’s leadership, chartered organization, and the district should agree to accept a role in assuring the unit is able to renew its charter on-time or if the charter has expired, the unit renews its charter within the next 45 days. • If a critical issue involves finding a new chartered organization, the unit commissioner will be responsible for notifying the ADC and district commissioner immediately. • If a critical issue involves finding a new chartered organization representative, the unit commissioner and/or the unit’s committee chair are responsible for contacting the institutional head to have them appoint a new representative. • If a critical issue involves finding replacement unit leaders or den leaders, the chartered organization representative and/or the unit’s committee chair are primarily responsible for finding the replacement leaders. • If a critical issue involves replacing members of the unit’s committee, the chartered organization representative and/or the unit’s committee chair are primarily responsible for finding the replacement leaders. • If a critical issue involves replacing or recruiting a new committee chair, the chartered organization representative and/or institutional head are primarily responsible for finding the replacement leader.

As the unit leader, I agree to work to resolve the following unit issue(s):

As the unit’s committee chair, I agree to work to resolve the following unit issue(s):

As the chartered organization representative or institutional head, I agree to work to resolve the following unit issue(s):

As the assigned unit commissioner, I agree to work to resolve the following unit issue(s):

Signature and date of unit leader

Signature and date of unit committee chair

Signature and date of chartered organization representative or institutional head

Signature and date of unit commissioner

Review by the district commissioner  The action plan has been approved as written.  The action plan has been approved, but amended to include additional action items to be completed by the district committee or commissioner staff (attach additional page to this report describing action items).  The action plan is not approved; the assistant district commissioner or district commissioner will work with the chartered organization and unit leaders to create a new action plan. Signature and date of assistant district commissioner or district commissioner

Unit action plan poor health status 2013  
Unit action plan poor health status 2013  
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