Planning Trips with Girl Scouts

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Traveling is a unique and exciting pathway in the Girl Scout experience.  But remember that trips with Girl Scouts are about the three P's: purpose, progression, and planning.  View this short video and answer the questions below to get started on your travel adventure!

This training is recommended for all adults who will be traveling with Girl Scouts for any length of time and to any destination.  This is the first travel training and is followed by Planning Extended Overnight & National Trips and Planning International Trips.

 

 

 

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Question 1:

What is the youngest grade level that can go on short trips?

Question 2:

What is the youngest grade level that can go on day trips?

Question 3:

What is the youngest grade level that can go on national trips?

Question 4:

What is the youngest grade level that can go on international trips?

Question 5:

When you have a mixed troop of Brownies and Juniors, you can apply the Junior adult-to-girl ratios to the entire troop.

Question 6:

When transporting Girl Scouts, the driver

Question 7:

When transporting Girl Scouts, the following types of vehicles may not be used (check all that apply)

Question 8:

Each passenger must have his/her own seat and use a seat belt.

Question 9:

Drivers and relief drivers are allowed to drive

Question 10:

Girl Scouts of Utah defines a "tagalong" as anyone who is

Question 11:

Applications to travel should be submitted to Council