Great things are on the horizon!

The life lessons learned in Scouting form a foundation to embrace opportunity and overcome obstacles in life.

  • A fun and safe environment to learn and grow while developing interests and skills
  • Character building and development centered around good morals and values
  • The change to learn life skills that help Scouts be successful adults and contributing members of society
  • Exciting outdoor experiences boys and girls love like hiking, camping, mountain biking, and more.

 

Learn more about Scouting for elementary youth in the Frisco area.

Frisco ISD
Pack 13
Bright, Rogers, & Spears
Eric Wilson, 469-442-6553
Eric_j_Wilson@yahoo.com
 
Pack 142
Isbell & McSpedden
Michael Cobert, 817-313-9768
 
Pack 178
Ashley, Liscano, Norris
Nilesh Vyas, 415-320-0220
 
Pack 197
Christie & Gunstream
Lance Mills
918-894-9853
 
Pack 278
Hosp & Vaughn
Andrew Pinkerton
214-724-9664
 
Pack 282
Anderson, Smith, & Taylor
Candace Pangman, 214-223-0340
 
Pack 290
Carroll, Pink, Purefoy
Chasidy Cavanna, 972-890-7616
 
Pack 298
Curtsinger, Shawnee Trail, & Talley
Kendall Thomas, 214-837-5230
 
Pack 443
Nichols & Sparks
Devang Sutaria, 973-288-5932
 
Pack 754
Borchardt & Riddle
Santosh Nayak, 214-245-4394
 
Pack 806
Boals, Minnett, Newman, & Phillips
Franc Moses, 972-294-1211
 
Pack 902
Sem & Tadlock
Brian Jewell, 817-797-2597
 
Pack 920
Mooneyham, Scott, & Sonntag
Elizabette Lane, 650-996-7912
 
Pack 946
Allen & Bledsoe
Kirk Sweeney, 832-978-4343
 
Pack 970
Comstock, Elliott, & Ogle
Stephen Quam, 214-317-2777
 
Pack 975
Miller & Robertson
Crystal Beadle, 940-595-9588
 
Pack 1260 
Corbell & Fisher
Dana Pechar, 562-810-2376
 
Celina ISD

Pack 296
Celina Primary, Lykins, & O’Dell
Chris Cardwell, 210-882-9502
cjcardwell07@gmail.com

 
Prosper ISD
Pack 289
Boyer, Johnson, & Light Farms
Tim Holden
610-331-0142
 
Pack 380
Baker, Cockrell, Furr, Hughes, Reeves, & Spradley
Heather Medcalf
469-231-2428
 
Pack 1902
Folsom, Rucker, Stuber, Windsong
Wendy Minor-Finch
214-862-4940
 
Pack 2022
Bryant, Hall, Savannah
Ben Martin
325-899-1205

 

Learn more about Scouting for middle school and high school youth in the Frisco Area.

Troop 13 (boys)
Jon Phillips
972-333-6682
 
Troop 51 (boys)
Matthew Hudspeth
 
Troop 77 (boys)
Christy Brown
972-567-8037
 
Troop 142 (boys)
Carrie Whitehouse
812-243-5014
 
Troop 178 (boys)
Scott Francis
903-819-3611
 
Troop 216 (boys)
Mike Hong
214-223-9625
 
Troop 289 (boys)
Amy Crone
972-679-3932
 
Troop 296 (boys)
Stephen Boger
432-553-9475
 
Troop 298 (boys)
Jackie Wood
972-712-4086
 
Troop 365 (boys)
Erin Stephenson
469-855-1853
 
Troop 416 (boys)
John Haasl
214-872-2654
 
 
Troop 603 (boys)
Michael Cleavinger
612-217-4225
 
Troop 982 (girls)
Melissa Harris
915-433-4297
 
Troop 1218 (girls)
Daisy Brockman
972-668-0325
 
Troop 1260 (boys)
Christi Schettler
469-222-0001
 
Troop 1260 (girls)
Christi Schettler
469-222-0001
 
Troop 4018 (boys)
Kim Bart
940-765-1902
 
Crew 2
Gary Baxter
214-449-9710
 
Crew 33
Charles Smith
214-934-8494
 
Crew 178
Wendi Beadle
214-493-3771
 
Crew 216
Justin Carrier
817-683-1745
 
Crew 1260
Christi Schettler
469-222-0001
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