What is a Juliette you ask? Well, a Juliette is an Individually Registered Girl Scout, not involved in a Troop. With her families help, she decides and implements the petals, Try–Its, badges, and patches she chooses to earn. Within our Council, she has access to almost all Council and Service Unit events that Girl Scouts has to offer. Please check with your local Service Unit for details, etc.
We organize events where all the girls can get together. This is inclusive off all age levels. Within the group, we hope that others will organize smaller, level specific opportunities for the girls. The opportunities are endless and the commitment you have is to help facilitate your daughter in her wishes to earn something. You are also responsible for her safety, permission slips (http://www.girlscouts.org/program/gs_central/forms/
), etc. at any event or function. Her commitment is to herself.
For further information you can check out specifics at:
Our Council: http://www.chaparralgirlscouts.org/membership.htm
Rio Rancho Service Unit called Desert Rose: http://www.freewebs.com/drsu/index.htm
Remember that most information that comes out from National Headquarters, Councils, and Service Units, is geared towards Troops. Just replace the word Troop with Juliette.
Girl Scout age levels are:
Daisy (age 5 and 6)http://www.girlscouts.org/program/gs_central/insignia/list/daisy.asp
Brownie (age 6 to 8 )http://www.girlscouts.org/prog.....e_troop_numerals.asp
Junior (age 8 to 11)http://www.girlscouts.org/program/gs_central/insignia/list/junior.asp
Studio 2B (age 11 to 17)http://www.girlscouts.org/program/gs_central/insignia/list/11_17.asp
You will need to register your daughter with our Council prior to attending any of our Juliette activities.
To register your daughter in Girl Scouts please follow the below instructions.
1. Go to our Council office at Girl Scouts of Chaparral Council, 4000 Jefferson Plaza NE
Albuquerque, NM 87109, (505) 343-1040 http://www.chaparralgirlscouts.org/ContactUs.htm
2. Go to the front desk and ask to register your daughter as a Juliette Girl Scout.
3. Fill out the Girl Registration form and the Dues Summary form. If you are registering as an adult Girl Scout (which I highly recommend), then fill out the Adult Registration form also.
4. Pay the $10.00 per girl or adult yearly fee.
5. Last but not least, walk across the hall to the Girl Scout Council Shop and have fun. Depending on your finances, you could purchase the following items, age specific handbooks and activity books, uniforms, backpacks, etc. Don’t forget your daughters Juliette patch.
Note: Uniforms are not mandatory in Girl Scouts. It is up to what your daughter wishes to wear. I would suggest the Daisy Smock, Brownie vest or sash, Junior vest or sash to place badges, patches, etc. on.
To find out which Service Unit you are in, go to the link below. Find the school your daughter would be zoned in. Scroll across and you will see the Report Code, Registration Area, Service Unit and an email contact. You will not need to fill out additional paperwork with your Service Unit once you have registered your daughter with the Council. However, you can email the contact to obtain further information regarding “local” events. http://www.chaparralgirlscouts.org/elemschoollist.htm
Check the website for the newest “Join the Fun” Council activity program book. This contains all the upcoming Council events.
The girls participate with SWAPs at most of our events. For more information check out the link below.
Girl Scout Central SWAPshttp://www.girlscouts.org/program/gs_central/swaps/
SWAP etiquette and informationhttp://www.gsst.org/Program/girl_scout_swaps.htmhttp://www.troop480.net/swaps.html
Scouting Web / SWAPShttp://scoutingweb.com/scoutingweb/Program/CraftsSwaps.htm
Here are some of our favorite Girl Scout sites.
Scout School (My favorite!)http://www.geocities.com/cherokeecfg/ss/
Girl Scouts Go Girls Onlyhttp://www.gogirlsonly.org/
Brownie Try-Its on-linehttp://www.phgsc.org/Try-It.htm
Brownie Try-It helps / coloring pages, etc.http://www.jenefer.speedyweb.com/tryithelps.shtml
Kirsten’s Girl Scout Pagehttp://jenefer.speedyweb.com/gsinfo.shtml
Junior badge helpshttp://jenefer.speedyweb.com/jrbadgehelps.shtml
Helpful Brownie Try-It pagehttp://www.geocities.com/gsgreenneck/try-it