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Cubmaster's Minute

I know that all of this information can be overwhelming at points. In order for your scout to have the best experience possible, it takes tons of planning and working together as a team. We look forward to working with all families now and forever. Please don’t hesitate to contact me at anytime if you have any questions about the Cub Scout program or if you want to volunteer with us to make the program better! 

Yours in Scouting, 
Traci Siasat

Welcome to Pack 5239!

Our pack was chartered on March 1, 2015 to Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States Post 239 serving West Hills S.T.E.M. Academy, Bud Hawk Elementary @ Jackson Park, Kitsap Lake Elementary, Crownhill Elementary, and Naval Avenue Elementary.

Pack 5239's program runs year-round from June 1st through May 31st.

To join our group now please visit 

If you are looking for fun and adventure with a S.T.E.M. focus, please contact us through the "Contact Our Pack" link above or visit

Cubmaster: Traci Siasat

Committee Chairman: James Brown

Chartered Organization Representative: Keith Potter

The Cub Scouting Ideals

Mission Statement of Boy Scouts of America:
The mission of the Boy Scouts of America is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath & Law.

Scout Oath:
On My Honor, I will do my best;
To do my duty, to God and my Country;
And to obey the Scout Law;
To help other people at all times;
To keep myself physically strong, mentally awake, and morally straight.

Scout Law:
A Scout is,
Trustworthy, Loyal, Helpful, Friendly, Courteous, Kind, Obedient, Cheerful, Thrifty, Brave, Clean, & Reverent.

Cub Scout Motto:
Do Your Best!

We're on Facebook!

Be sure to like us on Facebook at  This is an open group with admin control over who is added to the group as well as what they post in order to ensure the safety of pack.


What there is to know about cub scouts…. 

TheBoy Scouts of America is one of the nation’s largest and most prominentvalues-based youth development organizations. The BSA provides aprogram for young people that builds character, trains them in theresponsibilities of participating citizenship, and develops personalfitness. 

For more than a century, the BSA has helped build the future leaders of this country by combining educational activities and lifelong values with fun. The Boys Scouts of America believes – and, through over a century of experience, knows – that helping youth is a key to building a more conscientious, responsible, and productive society. 

Frequently Asked Questions? 

Q: How much does it cost? 

A: Annualregistration costs are $33 minus $2.75 for every month. Our Pack collects$8 a month dues for the purchase of program materials and for awards that they will earn. 

Q: How often do we do activities? 

A: Your den will meet 3-4 times a month. These den meetings will be coordinated by your scout’s den leader. Once a month all dens gather for a Pack Meeting where we will all have fun as a group. We also go on Pack Outings throughout the months such as field trips, camping, etc.  For a quick look you can follow us on Facebook at

Q: So I’ve joined, what do we need to do next? 
A: Attached to this page below is the Annual Medical & Health Forms A&B. These forms need to be filled out and returned to the Pack ASAP. The A form gives medical personnel authorization to treat your scout in the event of an emergency. The B form gives emergency medical personnel a brief medical history of the scout in the event that an emergency occurs. We require one of these forms for each member of the family that will be in attendance at any scouting event to include den meetings. Also with these forms, we ask to have copies of medical insurance cards for our records. Be assured, all of this information will remain secured and confidential. 
Also attached is the Family Talent Survey. This survey assists us in getting to know your family’s special talents that you have. Please return it ASAP as well.

Q: What do I need to know about the Cub Scout Uniform? 
A: While uniforming is a method to achieve the aims and goals of Cub Scouting, it is not a requirement that will prevent your scout from participating in activities. The complete uniform is illustrated at The uniform items can have a bit of sticker shock attached to them, so feel free to Start with the uniform shirt and then get the rest of the uniform items at your convenience.  When buying the shirt please be advised we will provide you with the Council shoulder rocker, pack number and Scout crest upon presenting to us at your den meeting your new uniform shirt.
The first item that we ask all families to purchase is the Handbook for the scouts respective rank in Cub Scouting. 

If you current live in the immediate vicinity you can pick up all the scouting items at the Scoutshop store located at 10876 Myhre Pl NW #116, Silverdale, WA

Q: My family is currently experiencing financial hardship. Can we still participate? 
A: Absolutely! If your family is experiencing financial difficulties, please let one of the pack leadership know. We can work with any situation. Our priority is ensuring that every scout has the same opportunity to have fun and learn the important life lessons that tomorrow’s leaders need! 

A Scout is never taken by surprise; he knows what to do when anything unexpected happens.Lord Robert Baden-Powell

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Annual Health and Medical Form Instructions.pdf Annual Health and Medical Form Instructions  
Annual Health and Medical Form, Parts A, B, and C.pdf Annual Health and Medical Forms (Parts A, B, and C)  
Family Talent Survey.pdf Family Talent Survey  

Declaration of Religious Principle

"The Boy Scouts of America maintains that no member can grow into the best kind of citizen without recognizing an obligation to God and, therefore, recognizes the religious element in the training of the member, but it is absolutely nonsectarian in its attitude toward that religious training. Its policy is that the home and organization or group with which the member is connected shall give definite attention to religious life. Only persons willing to subscribe to these precepts of the Declaration of Religious Principle and to the Bylaws and codes of the Boy Scouts of America shall be entitled to certificates of membership."

While we believe in a duty to God, Scouting does not prefer any one religion over another, nor does it discourage a Scout and his family from freely practicing their chosen faith according to their conscience. In fact, a Cub Scout may even earn the religious emblem for his faith as a Scouting award! Please visit for more information.



About Us

A Pack is organized into dens which serve in grades K-5th:

Pack Meetings are held on the last Monday of the month (unless otherwise stated).  

Den Meeting schedules and locations are determined by the Den Leaders in consultation with their Den Families.

As a pack we use Facebook, Scoutbook, and Messenger, E-mail and Text messages to be convenient with your needs.  Please advise which method you prefer. Messenger is the best so far.

For more information, contact the Cubmaster, Traci Siasat, at