As the school year gets started, everything looks different, but Girl Scouts can help provide a sense of connection and normalcy for our girls. When considering in-person meetings or activities, troops should consult the GSCO recommendations and the current guidelines posted in their county. All minor and adult participants will need to have a COVID waiver on file with Girl Scouts of Colorado.
Before attending an in-person meeting or activity, each participant should submit a COVID-19 pre-screen questions pdf (Spanish version) or COVID-19 pre-screen form (online version). Troop volunteers can collect the information and signatures at the event or send to caregivers ahead of the event/meeting on the same day. Because the health and safety of everyone is the top priority, if a participant answers "yes" to any of the questions, they should not participate. If you are feeling sick at all, you should not attend in-person activities.
Because of COVID-19, we realize many of our typical meeting places
are not hosting outside groups. If your troop is unable to find
another meeting location, troops are allowed to meet in a volunteer’s
home or yard as a temporary solution if all
requirements are met. The homeowner or renter must submit
this form at least two weeks before the first meeting and all
adults living/present in the home must pass the required background
check. Girl Scouts of Colorado does not recommend meeting in homes and
stresses this is a short-term solution during these unprecedented