Welcome to the Arapahoe District
2017 is Here!
Submit your completed Journey to Excellence (JTE) forms now.
Charter Renewal Guide. Process starts online on 12/1/2016.
January Roundtable will be Thursday, January 12th, 7:00pm at 9800 Highlands Ranch Pkwy
Grab your snow boots and hold on to your hats. Klondoree is around the corner. January 27th-29th. Register Now! Here is the Klondoree 2017 Participants Guide.
This month, identify your unit coordinator & RSVP for a kick-Off (South).
Vendors, Resources, and alternative kick-off (North).
2017 Arapahoe District Recognition Dinner
This is a special night for volunteers in the Arapahoe District filled with recognition, fellowship, and inspiration. We will be presenting Outstanding Scouter Awards selected by each unit, the Footsteps of the Founder Award, the Spirit of Polaris Award, The Noble Sage Award, John C Boyle Community Service Award, Distinguished Commissioner's Service Award and the District Award of Merit, the highest award a District can present to a volunteer. Nominations are due by February 16th. Saturday, March 11, 2017. 9800 Foothills Canyon Blvd., Highlands Ranch.
Register & Nominate Today.
District Pinewood Derby
Get Reved Up for the 2017 District Pinewood Derby. Saturday, April 8th at the Littleton Stake Building at 1939 E Easter Ave in Centennial, Colorado.
Wood Badge Workshop, Saturday, January, 21st from 10:00am - 1:00pm
Cub Scout Breakout will include a dedicated time to streamline your efforts to invite new families to your Pack. 2016-2017 Calendar
Roundtable is a monthly meeting that occurs on the first Thursday of the month at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Building at 9800 Foothills Canyon Blvd. in Highlands Ranch for Cub Scout, Boy Scout and Venturing Leadership. Roundtable start promptly at 7:00 p.m. and typically ends at 8:30 p.m.
January Roundtable Flyers, December Roundtable Flyers, November Round Table Flyers
Use the most up-to-date method for entering your unit's advancement, including ranks, merit badges and other awards. Internet Advancement allows you to enter and submit advancement and run reports online directly to and from the council. Doing so ensures greater accuracy and faster submissions.
Review the Internet Advancement presentation to learn how you can take advantage of this great resource.
Arapahoe District Committee
Arapahoe District Commissioner Corps
Arapahoe District Google Map
The District Chair is the top volunteer Scouting leader of the district, whose job is to motivate a talented team of people. They preside at district committee meetings and represent the district on the council executive board. They are responsible for the membership, program, and finance functions of the district.
The District Commissioner is the quality control officer who recruits, trains, and leads a staff of Commissioners who coach adult leaders of every unit to succeed. The District Commissioner is responsible for the unit service function of the district. Unit Online Tools
Retention Mission Statement:
The retention mission of the commissioner corps is best achieved by providing an adequate number of trained unit commissioners who provide a link to district committee resources in support of a quality unit program.
The District Professional is your best Scouting friend and counselor--the full-time professional in the district. He or she is employed by the council and works under the direction of the council Scout Executive. The District Professionals welcomes all suggestions & knows that you will need close cooperation to get the job done through volunteers.
Find us on Facebook and Twitter
We are continuously improving our communication to the volunteers of the Arapahoe District and Facebook and Twitter are good ways to improve! Go to Arapahoe District Facebook page at www.facebook.com/araphoedistrict to like our page and visit our Twitter @ArapahoeDist to get the latest information from us!