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Fort Bragg, NC-Installation Management Command (IMCOM) Child Youth and School Services celebrate the Month of the Military Child with the Young Lives, BIG Stories contest.  Contest runs April 1-30, 2015.

 

CYS Services wants to hear from parents! We want to know which pro­grams and services are most important to our military Families. Look for your survey invitation in your personal email during March.  Also, don’t forget about the Annual Easter Carnival
on March 28 and the Teen Flashlight Candy Hunt, also on March 28.  Click on the
thumbnails below for more information on these events!

 

CYSS-Patron8.5X11 2015 Flyer   Tolson-Easter-Carnival-2015  Tolson-Teen-Flashlight-Candy-Hunt   cyss-ako-email   2015-CYSS-Children's-Fest

 

 

 Click on the links below for more information on the

Child, Youth & School Services (CYSS) programs/departments listed.

 

CYSS Welcome Center  Parent Central Services FeesForms

Child Development Centers Hourly Care Family Child Care

School Age Services Middle School & Teen School Liaison Services

Parent & Outreach Services Hired SKIES Unlimited

Youth Sports Deployment Resources

 

 

 

 

CYSS Online Services

 

 

Welcome to the United States Army’s Fort Bragg Child, Youth and School Services program. We are committed to supporting soldiers and families. Child, Youth and School Services of Fort Bragg offers a great variety of developmental programs for your child or youth:

    • Full-day Care
    • Part-Day Preschool
    • Hourly Care
    • School Age Services
    • Family Child Care
    • Middle School/Teen Program
    • Youth Activities
    • Instructional Classes
    • Youth Education Support Services
    • Outreach Programs


Our Mission Is To

  • Enhance readiness and well being by reducing the conflict between mission and family responsibilities.
  • Facilitate family self reliance and reinforce Army values.
  • Ensure availability of predictable programs and services for children ages 6 weeks through 18 years old.
  • Establish and maintain CYSS program quality as a benchmark for the nation in accordance with statutory requirements, DoD policy, and Army Standards. CYSS programs seek to “inspire and enable all young people to realize their full potentials as productive, responsible, and caring citizens”.
  • Enhance the development of children and youth. Maintain affordable child and youth programs and services for both the Army and parents.

“The Military Child Development Program is a model for the nation for providing high-quality affordable childcare.”

Senate Report 107-62, National Defense Authorization Act 2002

 

Child, Youth & School Services recognizes the challenges of our soldiers and their families. By offering quality programs and accountability for children and youth, CYSS reduces the conflict between mission readiness and parental responsibility!

 

Parent Resource Guide

 

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