Troop 2 Patrols 2015-2016
Staff in Training, Staff, and Senior Patrol Leaders
The Patrol Leader provides service and leadership. He plans and leads Patrol meetings and activities, helps Scouts advance, knows the abilities of each Patrol member, assigns duties, keeps Patrol members informed, sets a good example, wears the uniform correctly, and shows and develops Patrol spirit.
If you are in a Patrol and your name is not listed, email the webmaster.
Connor ChenZachary Forsyte
Staff in Training:
A Scout achieves the Staff-in-Training position after being a patrol leader or upon entering 11th grade. An SIT continues to learn leadership with guidance from the senior staff. Usually a Scout is an SIT for 6 months to 2 years depending upon his display of leadership and commitment to the troop.
Jake PavlicaDaniel Ramirez
The Senior Staff votes periodically to promote SITs to the Senior Staff position. Senior Patrol Leaders (SPL)are elected by the staff at the beginning of the school year and must be senior staff to qualify. SPLs essentially run all troop activities making sure that everything is taken care of. They serve for a one-year term and must be re-elected if they wish to serve again.