EMBLEM(S): Light of Christ Parvuli Dei
The Religious Emblems Committee of the National Catholic Committee on Scouting® requests your feedback to enable them to monitor the effectiveness and viability of the Light of Christ and Parvuli Dei Religious Emblems Programs. The information you provide will help us to achieve this purpose. The information on this form will be sent to the Religious Emblems Committee of exclusive use to monitor the effectiveness of the programs. The information will not be sold or shared for any other purpose.
1. How many Cub Scouts participated in the program?
2. What was the age span of the Scouts?
3. How long did it require for the Scouts and parents to complete the program?
4. How many meetings did you need to have with the parents?
5. How long were these meetings?
6. How many times have you coordinated this program before?
7. Describe the steps you took to become certified as a Pack Religious Emblems Coordinator and your religious educational background.
8. What average level of religious education had the Scouts received (e.g.: CCD, parochial school, none, etc.):
PROGRAM INFORMATION: Please answer all questions that apply to the program that you conducted, according to the following scale:
1 Excellent 2 Good 3 Neutral 4 Needs Improvement 5 - Poor
9. How would you rate the format of the Religious Emblem Program booklet?
10. How would you rate the program with regard to how the Scouts enjoyed completing the requirements?
11. How would you evaluate the overall content of the program?
12. How would you describe the way in which the service projects related to the program?
13. How would you rate the introduction, in specifying the requirements, procedure, and purpose of the program?
14. Evaluate the program in relation to the ease the parent(s) had in presenting the program to the Scouts?
15. Describe the age appropriateness of the program, knowing that the Light of Christ is designed for 1st grade boys and the Parvuli Dei is designed for 4th grade boys.
16. How would you rate the training you received in helping you?
Please answer the following with as much information as possible.
17. Did the Scouts have any difficulty in completing a section? If so, which section proved the most difficult?
18. Which part did the Scouts enjoy the most in completing?
19. Did the parents have any trouble in presenting the program to their sons? If so, when during the program?
20. From your experience, what could be done to improve the program?

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