White Oak District
White Oak District
The White Oak District is a geographic operating unit of the National Capital Area Council–covering White Oak, Aspen Hill, Colesville, and some parts of Silver Spring, and some parts of Takoma Park.
On this map, we are marked as the region in brown, directly north of the northern tip of Washington, DC.
We are home to about 30 Cub Scout Packs, 25 Boy Scout Troops, 11 Crews, 3 Teams, 1 Ship, 1 Exploring Post, and 1 Exploring Club, for a total of 2,143 youth members, and 785 adult volunteers.
2019-20 Program Launch
Everything you need to know to be prepared for the 2019-2020 White Oak District Scouting Program
Read More Family Scouting Update
NCAC leads in Family Scouting
Read More Looking for Events?
Here are some tips for using the various calendar tools.
Read More Scoutbook Today!
Scoutbook is now Free!
Read More YPT and Hazardous Weather Training
The New YPT and Hazardous Weather Training are Required for all Adult Leaders
Read More Cub Scouts Requirements Grid
Are you trying to figure out how to get all your pack's requirements met? Autumn Richards has done all the work for you already! Check out her grid here!
Read More Roundtable Monthly (except August)
Join us at Roundtable. Second Wednesday each month. 7:30-9pm People's Community Baptist Church, 31 Norwood Road 20905
Would you like to receive some or all of your new applications for membership electronically? Would you like to update your "pin" (or find out what that even is)?
Read More Training
Please read the training flyer and check out the other ways you can search the calendar for upcoming training events.
Read More Service Hours
All about service hours!
Read More Friends of Scouting
To make an online donation to Friends of Scouting, click the link below. Please verify that "White Oak District" is your Donor Designation so the donation will be credited to White Oak.
Read More New Member Coordinator
What is this new position? And why do they get to wear red polo shirts!
Read More Should we require parents to volunteer in Cub Packs?
There are pros and cons to requiring parental volunteer levels. How can you implement this if you choose to do it?
Read More Scouts With disAbilities
Many boys have greatly benefited from their Scouting experiences, and many of them have (possibly invisible) disabilities. How can we all help them succeed?
Resources to help you navigate the various "Duty to God" honors available.