Patrol Leader's Council

The Patrol Leader's Council Meeting (PLC Meeting) consists of Junior Leaders along with the Scoutmaster. Troop 10 holds two different PLC Meetings, a Weekly PLC Meeting and a Monthly PLC Meeting.

The Weekly PLC Meeting is held every Monday evening at 6:45pm, just before the regular troop meeting. This meeting is to ensure everything is ready for that night meeting and to talk about the following week's meeting.

The Monthly PLC Meeting is held on the forth Thursday of each month at 6:30pm at Langley Christian Church (Fellowship Hall). This meeting is to plan out the Troop Agenda for the next five weeks by using the Troop Annual Calendar. To view the latest Troop Monthly Agenda, click here. The monthly PLC Meeting is open to anyone who might have an input about an upcoming event but remember, the PLC makes the final decision on the planning event.

Senior Patrol Leader

Elected by the Scouts to represent them as the Top Junior Leader in the Troop. There is Only ONE Senior Patrol Leader in the Troop.

Assistant Patrol Leader

The Second Highest Junior Leader in the Troop. He is appointed by the Senior Patrol Leader, with the approval of the Scoutmaster. The ASPL acts as the SPL in the absence of the SPL or when called upon. He also provides leadership to other Junior Leaders in the Troop. There is also only ONE Assistant Senior Patrol Leader in the Troop.

Patrol Leader

Elected Leader of his Patrol. He represents his patrol at the Patrol Leaders' Council Meeting. Patrols are generally have 6-8 boys and they will choose a Patrol Name that represents them. You may Only have ONE Patrol Leader (PL) per patrol but the troop may
have several patrols depending on the size of the troop.

Assistant Patrol Leader

The Assistant Patrol Leader is appointed by the Patrol Leader and he/she will lead their patrol in the Patrol Leader's absence. You may Only have ONE Assistant Patrol Leader (APL) per patrol but the troop may have several patrols depending on the size of the troop.

Scribe

Acts as the official record keeper for the troop. He is responsible for recording weekly attendance, keeps records of the Patrol Leaders' Council meetings, maintains records of dues, and works with the Advancement Chairman in keeping records of advancements.