Covid Survey Results Covid Survey Entries 22 Export to # Id ▼ Submit date Name Are you a: How comfortable are you with in-person scout outings at this time? (0 = not comfortable, 100=very comfortable) Comments From: To: 1 201 2020-11-03 02:22:37Wesley EmbreeScout51 2 200 2020-11-03 02:21:37Justin EmbreeAdult94I think we can take appropriate steps to keep everyone safe by choosing activities where physical distance (6ft+), mask wearing and being outdoors (as much as possible) are easily accomplished. 3 199 2020-11-03 01:30:25Tyler LibbyScout54I feel like it’s not as fun when we have to learn far apart, and we can’t do activities we could before the lockdown and social distancing exercises became a thing, like camping, and outings, or lockdowns. 4 198 2020-11-03 01:26:42Josh SmithScout15sounds like an overall bad idea 5 197 2020-11-01 18:46:02Scott KoernerAdult0Too many positive cases and trending upward. 6 152 2020-06-25 15:42:08Scott KoernerAdult10I'm still trying to keep our circle small. Even though the curve has flattened, I don't want to put the kids at unnecessary risk. 7 151 2020-06-23 00:21:38Jack BialeckiScout84 8 150 2020-06-22 14:51:17 Adult10If there are events that can be held outside, maintaining social distance, I would allow my son to attend. 9 149 2020-06-22 12:00:39Heather MaynardAdult65I am much more comfortable with Outdoor Activities with larger groups Indoor with large groups I am not comfortable with. 10 148 2020-06-21 02:37:02Charlie WoszczakScout69 11 147 2020-06-20 04:07:05alexander skinnerAdult47Like the idea to get things going again, but very concerned about the ability to maintain social distancing / wearing masks. I am also nervous about food and drink preparation an service - I would expect all persons involved to be wearing appropriate PPE and fully complying with CDC guidelines. 12 146 2020-06-19 15:41:02Colleen MichelsAdult66Prefer outdoor activities with scouts 6ft apart..masks required for indoor activities 13 145 2020-06-18 19:24:40Doug AhlgrimAdult90We as adults and adult Leaders will really need to asses each Scout for symptoms.As long as the Scouts stay home if they don't feel well, I feel were ready to start getting back to normal. 14 144 2020-06-18 12:27:42Jacob LarsenScout90 15 143 2020-06-18 04:06:19Dave HaronikAdult90I'm fine, wife is apprehensive. 16 142 2020-06-18 03:48:11Michael DavernAdult90 17 141 2020-06-18 03:11:19Aidan FlanneryScout90I’m fine masks might be nice for a bit but I’m good either way. 18 140 2020-06-18 03:00:23Sandy DavernAdult100As a committee member, I'm good with resuming face to face meetings and attending a COH for the Troop. 19 139 2020-06-18 02:37:21Kate & Jim BialeckiAdult66We are pretty comfortable with Jack being around other kids. At this point, our kids are already starting group sports again (hockey, gymnastics, etc.) and meeting with friends in small groups. I don’t think scout activities, especially troop and patrol meetings, would be much riskier....BUT we are much less comfortable with the group sharing food/food prep. Given that, I would recommend either day trips where scouts could pack their own personal food to bring or one- night camp outs so scouts could pack all their own personal food in a small cooler - something along those lines. I would also be ok with carry out pizza or sandwiches from a restaurant like Subway that one adult leader is in charge of distributing (wearing Mask and latex gloves). I am also in favor of the idea of one scout to a tent, or two if same family. 20 138 2020-06-18 02:34:59Dave SchuetteAdult71 21 137 2020-06-18 02:21:25Lisa EarleyAdult35I don't have a horse in this race. Personally, I am going to continue to avoid large groups for at least a few more weeks. However, the kids are anxious to get out and I understand that. As long as the adults accompanying them are comfortable, I have no grounds for objection. I think reasonable social distancing will be a challenge. 22 136 2020-06-18 02:19:05Nathan DekkerScout100I am perfectly fine with being around other people during COVID-19, and would love to go on an outing with the troop.