scouts-l Mail Archive for June of 2000: procedure for BOR appeals
Berk Moss (mossfam@TELEPORT.COM
Sat Jun 10 2000 - 00:14:49 CDT
This one might not be easy and it may not be pleasant, but the scout
can appeal to his Troop committee. If there are further appeals they
go to the District Advancement Committee.
Our district advancement committee handles one of these every year or two.
Good to see you are still at it and in Chief Seattle. Send me a
private mail telling me about the move to California we talked about
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Date: Fri, 2 Jun 2000 10:53:25 -0700
From: Bob and Rusty Taylor <brtaylor@TELEBYTE.NET>
Subject: procedure for appeals
Scout is denied advancement at his Life BOR. advancement committee does not
tell him what he needs to do or how to appeal the decision. weeks have gone
by since the BOR and the adults (well they are old enough to be but are not
acting the role) have not responded to the Scouts request for information.
what is the official procedure for appealing this situation?