Code of Conduct

Pack 810 has established the following Code of Conduct to help ensure a common language and understanding for behavioral expectations and consequences, allowing us to create an atmosphere conducive to fun, safety, and the values of Scouting.  

An expectation of Cub Scouts, Parents, and Adult Leaders is to “do your best” and to follow the Scout Promise and the Law of the Pack!  

 Cub Scouts


General Rules


Failure to observe any of the above-referenced rules and guidelines may result in disciplinary action. If the Adult Leader cannot resolve a disciplinary problem, the issue shall be presented to the Pack Committee.  A majority vote of the Pack Committee shall decide any disciplinary issue. Any decision or action by the Pack Committee shall be final.

Cub Scouts, and their families, may be expelled from good standing from the Pack by a majority vote of the Pack Committee for failure to follow the policies of the Boy Scouts of America, Blue Ridge Mountains Council, or Pack 810.

All Scouts, parents, and Adult Leaders are participants of Pack 810 and are representatives of their community, family, and local Scouting Council.  Therefore, all Scouts, parents, and Adult Leaders are asked to sign this Code of Conduct as a condition for participation with the further understanding that serious misconduct or infraction of behavior rules may result in expulsion from the Pack.