Location: Main Campus (5890 State Highway 22 W, Gillett, WI 54124)
Ranger Kids—the trail to fun and adventure—is an exciting program for boys in K-2 grades on Wednesday nights during the school year. Boys in this age group participate in great fun and excitement that will allow boys to develop their interests and needs as well as mold their character.
Weekly experiences and activities are enhanced through a specific advancement system designed to give the boys a sense of achievement and purpose. The Ranger Kids Advancement Trail is a plan of advancement through learning—from both experiences and activities—and being recognized for their learning. It is designed to offer every boy adventure and fun. The Trail is more than an interesting course of action; it is a new experience—a new achievement. It is a Ranger's opportunity to grow through new abilities, knowledge, and desires.
To earn each trail's patch, the Ranger Kid must earn the four awards along the trail. For example, once a Ranger Kid has earned the Antelope Award, the Ram Award, the Caribou Award, and the Buffalo Award, he receives the Elk patch. The boys can earn these awards in any order because they are all of equal value, not based on previous requirements. The individual steps that the Ranger Kid must take to earn each award are directed to help him grow PHYSICALLY, SPIRITUALLY, MENTALLY, and SOCIALLY.