Chartered organizations can decide which programs best serve the needs of their community, which means that the chartered organization can continue to offer scouting for boys, or they may choose to add a unit for older girls.
Yes, a council and district can run council and district events for both boy troops and girl troops if they are following the Guide to Safe Scouting and all current youth protection guidelines.
Yes, courts of honor can be held jointly if the chartered organization chooses.
Yes, they can plan events together, as troops currently do.
No. Adult leadership may be men, women, or both men and women together. All youth protection guidelines are to be in use no matter the make-up of the adult leadership.
No. Troops must be all male or all female youth members.
Opening and closing of the meetings can be together or separate, depending on space and desire of the chartered organization and unit leadership. The other components of the Scout meeting should be run separately.
No. A new unit must be started using the current youth and adult requirements; however, chartered organizations can consider the linked troop model so that the newly-established girl troop will have the same COR and can share the troop committee.
Yes. Based on the preferences of the chartered organization, the boy troop and girl troop could meet at the same time and place.
A chartered organization can decide if they want the same or separate committee.