Duck Creek District is part of Circle Ten Council in the Dallas, Texas area. The district serves residents within the boundaries of the Garland Independent School District, which includes much of Garland, Rowlett, and Sachse.
Duck Creek District was formerly Grey Owl District. Almost all the districts were realigned and new names selected. The old Gray Owl District was divided and the western portions are now Duck Creek.
The name Duck Creek was chosen from submissions by young Scouts. The name Duck Creek was submitted because it linked the district to the long history of Duck Creek and the various settlements in the area also known as Duck Creek.
The mission of Scouting is to prepare young people to make ethical choices throughout their lives by instilling the values of the Scout Oath and Law. Duck Creek District provides resources and training to our leaders and youth to achieve this mission. You will find information about our events and resources here.
Duck Creek District is supported by a District Committee of Scouters and local community leaders, which provides leadership and support to the Charter Partners and local Scouting units. As liaisons to the units, District Commissioners work to support individual units with assistance from the district and the council.
Rank advancement is very important for Scouts because each new level brings new challenges and new opportunities to learn more about leadership and the lessons that will help them with life's challenges.
Duck Creek District stands behind Scouting because we have all seen the invaluable and positive experience that the program brings to young men and women and we have seen them succeed in life.