Welcome to the BSA Troop 840 Website!


We hope you enjoy your visit to our Troop 840 web site.  IF you are a VISITOR or a NEW Scout/parent, CLICK HERE for a web page that will help you get started. If you need additional information beyond that provided, please click on our Contact Us page to send us your inquiry! 

If you are part of Troop 840 (including alumni), and you can't remember how to sign in, send an e-mail to our Troop Webmasters, webmasters@troop840.org. (Note that "webmasterS" is plural!)

T840RecruitingPoster.pdf639.92 KB

Upcoming OA Events

Posted on Oct 15 2018 - 1:33pm
  • 10/23: LEC at Circle Ten Harry Hines office in Dallas
  • 11/3: LLDC at Eastfield College in Mesquite

Troubles with my.scouting.org?

Posted on Oct 15 2018 - 1:31pm

Are you having troubles with my.scouting.org? Can't login? Can't remember your password? There IS a solution, BUT that solution is NOT creating a new user ID! (IF you do this, you will end up with multiple BSA IDs and your training records will be disjointed.) Instead, take advantage of the MyScouting helpdesk by doing one of these: 

Using TMweb2.0 for the "report" function

Posted on Sep 21 2018 - 2:31pm

Do you need a report of your progress towards the next rank? If so, you can create it yourself in TMweb2.0!!


Posted on Sep 21 2018 - 2:30pm

T840 has moved to TMweb2.0, which allows Scouts (and their parents) to:

EXISTING Adult Leaders MUST take new online YPT!!

Posted on Aug 30 2018 - 8:59pm

IF you have NOT YET TAKEN the new online YPT course, your YPT automatically expires on September 30 (even if your certificate says differently)! Directions for taking this course and emailing your YPT certificate to T840 are in the lower-left corner of this website. [Note: The new YPT became available on March 13, 2018.]

NEW BSA Training Requirement for SMs/ASMs ....

Posted on Aug 30 2018 - 8:59pm

BSA just announced that "direct-contact" Adult Leaders (which in Boy Scouts means Scoutmasters (SMs) and Assistant SMs (ASMs)) must take Weather Hazards Training to be considered "position-trained". See this link HERE for details and a link to the appropriate online course.
Note: SMs/ASMs who are already position-trained are "grandfathered in" but are encouraged to take this training anyway. 

Site Counter