Ban Bossy! When a little boy asserts himself, he's called a “leader.” Yet when a little girl does the same, she risks being branded “bossy.” Words like bossy send a message: don't raise your hand or speak up. By middle school, girls are less interested in leading than boys—a trend that continues into adulthood. Together we can encourage girls to lead.
From the CEO of world’s largest company to the CEO of her family at home, we want girls to be whatever they dream without fear of being called “bossy”. Take the pledge to Ban Bossy online and share facts and figures on girls’ leadership; read Ban Bossy quotes from celebrities and leaders and download our leadership tips encouraging girls and women to lead throughout their lives. When the girls participate in the activity they can earn the "I'm a Leader" patch.
Build a Snowman
Come Build a Snowman! You will learn all about the FUN you can have in Girl Scouts and have the opportunity to Build a new Kindergarten DAISY troop at your school!
Daisy Day Spa
Girls will build a strong sense of self and develop positive values during this fun filled day! Please fill out one registration form per troop.
Daisies through Cadette
Registration Opens December 1st and closes January 23rd or when event is full.
Patch and T-Shirt Contest Form can be found here
Daisies through Ambassadors
Spend the weekend with 150 Girl Scouts while you complete the Discover and Connect portions of the Journey. Then finish your Take Action project when you get home. Attending adults participate in their own concurrent programming. Books are included.
If overnights aren’t your thing, then these day events will help you complete steps on your Journey. Extravaganzas are open to Girl Scouts Daisies through Ambassadors and include a concurrent adult component. Books are not included, please purchase yours in advance.
Crossroads Older Girl Winter Camporee
Cadettes, Senior and Ambassadors
Join us for a wonderful weekend of adventure, friendship, Girl Scout traditions and fun! Enjoy the campfire on Friday night after dinner, followed by dance night and crafts.
World Thinking Day 2015
Each year, girls participate in activities and projects with global themes to honor their sister Girl Guides and Girl Scouts in other countries.