Updated January 25, 2021
As Girl Scouts, we live by the motto "be prepared", and that includes when the unexpected happens. The safety and well-being of our members and their families are our top priority as we all navigate the COVID-19 situation together. While we ask that all members continue to follow the guidance of the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and their local health officials and cease in-person meetings, we want to deliver the opportunity for Girl Scouting to continue at home.
Below you will find more information on how girls, their families, and troop leaders can continue to participate in Girl Scouts at Home, or virtually until we are able to meet again in person. Log on, tune in, and take part in nationally produced virtual events for girls, parents, and volunteers.
Wondering how to talk to your kids about coronavirus? Read this Raising Awesome Girls article from GSUSA for tips.
All across the country, we're navigating though uncharted waters. Though things may look and feel very different, maintaining your girl's connection to Girl Scouts can bring her a sense of normalcy and security. Take some time to explore Girl Scout activities at home by reading through Keep Girl Scouts Going: A Guide for Troop Parents & Caregivers and consider meeting with your troop virtually.
As we continue Girl Scouting at home, take Juliette Gordon Low, the founder of Girl Scouts, with you!
Print this sheet out, color her in, and show us where she is! We’d love to see pictures of her "travels" around the world! Please tag @girlscoutsnv and #girlscoutsnv and your Flat Juliette Gordon Low could be shared with our followers.
Clark County Water Reclamation District - Only Rain in the Storm Drain
Discovery Children's Museum - At Home Discoveries
Recreation.gov - Outdoor-Themed Indoor Activities
The Smith Center for the Performing Arts - At Home Arts Activities