Each year, Girl Scouts select a week to celebrate our traditions!

This year it will be celebrated across the country on March 7-13, 2021. Check out our recommendations for celebrating Girl Scout Week.

Sunday, March 7 | Girl Scout Sunday

Girl Scout Sunday is a special day dedicated to thinking about your beliefs and how they’re reflected in the Girl Scout Law. Think of the things the two have in common and share your thoughts with others.

Monday, March 8 | Make a Change Monday

Find a small way you can change your daily habits to improve your self-esteem. Whether you start a gratitude journal or encourage your family to ban negative self-talk from your home, every step we take help make the world a better place.

Tuesday, March 9 | Troop Tuesday

Surprise your troop with online shout outs! Share your stories of friendship, leadership, and service. Tag us at Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee (Facebook) or GSMIDTN (Instagram) for a chance to be featured!

Wednesday, March 10 | Girl Scout Way Wednesday

Girl Scouts has a long history, but how much of it do you know? Work towards your Girl Scout Way badge with our online form, and when you’re done, use Girl Scout ways and traditions make a difference.

Thursday, March 11 | Take Action Thursday

Take one step toward earning your highest awards Take Action Project. It could be researching organizations you’re passionate about, contacting an adult to ask they be your project advisor, or setting a date for a service project in your community.

Friday, March 12 | Girl Scouts’ Birthday and Spirit Day

It’s Girl Scouts’ birthday! Honor our sisterhood by sporting a Girl Scout green at the office or a trefoil sweatshirt at the gym, and let everyone know you’re a Girl Scout at heart.

Saturday, March 13 | Sabbath

Girl Scouts are encouraged to share their achievements in Girl Scouts with their faith community. The Girl Scout Sabbath is also a great day to honor girls who have earned the My Promise, My Faith pin or make a plan to begin working on the program.