On my honor, I will try to encourage and support my Girl Scout daughter. To help her troop at all times. And to obey the Girl Scout Parent's Law.
A Girl Scout parent . . . Understands the true purpose of Girl Scouting. Gets her daughter to and from meetings on time. Knows a troop is a team effort. Sees the job through to the end. Sets a good example at all times. Is enthusiastic and cheerful. Does not consider the leader a baby-sitter. Brings troop problems to the leader first. Always does his or her part willingly. Is aware that Girl Scouting is for all girls.