The Girl Scouts of Black Diamond is committed to the safety and well-being of our members. With novel coronavirus (COVID-19), Girl Scouts of Black Diamond is taking all possible and appropriate measures to offer support to our troops, volunteers and girls. At Girl Scouts of Black Diamond, there is nothing we take more seriously than protecting our Girl Scouts, and we are working to provide support in whatever way needed.
IMPORTANT RESOURCES AND UPDATES
Effective August 30, 2022: GSBDC has updated COVID-19 guidance. Supporting documents and resources are available through the links below.
WHAT TO DO IF THERE'S A CONFIRMED CASE OF COVID-19 WITHIN THE TROOP FAMILY AND THERE HAS BEEN EXPOSURE OR POTENTIAL EXPOSURE
Read the COVID-19 Participant Waiver and sign it. Please ensure that you still continue to follow all of the safety guidelines including masks, social distancing, etc. The waiver ensures that parents understand that there is risk involved in participating and that they understand that risk.
SICKNESS INSURANCE IS AVAILABLE ONLY FOR 2-CONSECUTIVE-NIGHT ACTIVITIES
If you have a trip planned that is longer than 2 consecutive nights, you may purchase the sickness coverage. However, sickness insurance is unavailable for any meeting/activities that lasts less than 2 consecutive nights. We apologize for any inconvenience.
If you have any questions, please contact us at 304-345-7722.
Girl Scouts of the USA has developed a helpful resource for How to Talk to Your Girl About Coronavirus to help minimize stress and worry in your Girl Scout’s life and give her a sense of calm and control.
Throughout our history, Girl Scouts have played an important role in helping to keep our country safe. The 1947 Girl Scout Handbook explains: "A Girl Scout is ready to help out wherever she is needed.
Willingness to serve is not enough; you must know how to do the job well, even in an emergency." During World War II, Girl Scouts tended victory gardens, sold war bonds, and collected scrap metal. The work of today’s Girl Scouts is just as essential.
Girl Scouts can continue to demonstrate leadership in the fight against coronavirus by teaching proper handwashing and other hygiene practices to their peers. They can learn about how coronavirus is spread and how to protect themselves and share this information with others. Girl Scouts can be a force for good by confronting misinformation about Asian-Americans, who increasingly have been the targets of racist attacks and discrimination.
During this time, we know you're receiving emails from a lot of different directions while trying to balance families, health and homeschooling. With that in mind, we do not want to add to the clutter, but we do want to communicate needed updates. Please be sure to keep up with our Facebook groups for immediate information.