Scouting provides programs for young people that builds character, trains them in personal responsibility and helps them develop citizenship and personal fitness. Central Synagogue is home to Girl Scouts Troop 809, Cub Scout Pack 31 and Boy Scout Troop 214.

Girl Scouts

Girl Scouts are sponsored at Central by Sisterhood. Girl Scout Troop 809 is a Senior Level Girl Scout troop with girls of high school age.

Girl Scouting is for every girl, everywhere—where today’s girls can become tomorrow’s leaders. Membership in Girl Scouts is open to girls in grades K- 12; women and men over 18 can join as adult members. Rockville Centre Girl Scouts has a membership of 750 girls and 200 adult volunteers and Central Synagogue is proud to be part of that community.

Most girls join a local troop or group for fun and friendship, but they also find out about building character and self-esteem and serving their communities—the core qualities of Girl Scouting. In Girl Scouts, girls find a safe place to grow and share new experiences, learn to relate to others, develop values, and contribute to society. Girl Scouts encourages making healthy choices, careers in science, technology, engineering & math, financial literacy and advocacy.

Cub and Boy Scouts

Cub Scouting is a year-round family-oriented part of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) program designed for boys who are first through fifth grades. The Cub Scout program is focused on character development, good citizenship, sportsmanship, fitness, respectul relationships. friendly service, environmental conservation, fun and adventure. The programming includes a wide variety of activities and outings throughout the year, such as fishing, camping, participating in Boy Scout events and visits to historical landmarks.

Boy Scout Troop 214 is for young men in grades 5 through 12. In Boy Scouts the older boys lead the younger boys, while adults are at all events for proper supervision and guidance. Scouting teaches skills in such diverse subjects as first aid, citizenship, personal management, medicine, law, and leadership training, through outdoor activity, the camping program and merit badges. From the beginning of their involvement with Scouting, boys are taught how to be leaders. 

Central Synagogue Brotherhood, which sponsors Cub Scout Pack 31 and Boy Scout Troop 214, is very proud of our 143 Eagle Scouts to date.