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Do you have a Scouting question?

Do you have a suggestion to make Scouting better?

Would you like some advice for dealing with an issue
not covered by official BSA publications, Web sites, or trainings?

E-Mail the Seneca District Committee.

We'll get back to you as soon as we can.


Do you have an Eagle Advancement question?

Do you need to schedule an Eagle Service Project Proposal Review?

Do you need to schedule an Eagle Board of Review?

E-Mail the Seneca District Eagle Advancement Chair.


Do you have a time-sensitive issue or need to speak
with a professional Scouter?

Contact the Seneca District Executive:

Rob Balash

Work:  330 773-0415 x227
Fax:  330 773-4084
e-Mail:  Robert.Balash@Scouting.org


Need to reach someone at the Council Service Center?

Look them up in the Great Trail Council Staff Directory.


 

YOUTH PROTECTION

Any e-mail a youth sends to the Seneca District Committee, the District Executive, or any other adult Scout leader MUST be copied (CC:) to a parent or guardian AND to an adult leader in the youth's unit.  The same holds true when an adult Scout leader sends an e-mail to a youth.

This policy is part of the BSA's Youth Protection program.  The wording of the policy is as follows:

"Two-Deep Leadership and No One-On-One Contact Between Adults and Youth Members Includes Digital Communication

"Leaders may not have one-on-one private online communications or engage one-on-one in other digital activities (games, social media, etc.) with youth members.  Leaders [and youths] should copy a parent [or guardian] and another leader in digital and online communication, ensuring no one-on-one contact exists in [e-mail,] text, social media, or other forms of online or digital communication."

This and other Youth Protection policies can be found under "Youth Protection and Adult Leadership" on Scouting.org.