Phone: (910) 643-6039
Fax: (910) 908-1109
Hours: Mon – Fri, 10:30 am – 8 pm
We are currently looking for interested contractors to teach youth in the following: Baking and Culinary. If you are interested, please call the SKIES Unlimited Instructional Program Specialist, Paul Driessen at (910) 643-6039.
Enrollment is ongoing for all school-year classes in SKIESUnlimited.
SKIES Unlimited is the framework for the Army’s Child, Youth & School Services (CYSS) instructional program for youth of military and DoD civilians. Classes are designed to complement and support the experiences children and youth have in Army CYSS and in schools.
Children and youth may choose from several classes offered by the School of Arts, School of Sports, School of Life Skills and School of Academic Skills. Instructional programs teach children discipline, problem solving, decision making, conflict resolution, game rules social etiquette and subject matter content. Most classes will be held at the Tolson Youth Activity Center. Children need to be registered with the Child, Youth & School Services.
- Modeling/Self Awareness/Esteem Building
Would your daughter benefit from delving into esteem building exercises, boosting confidence as an individual and as a member of a team as she becomes more and more in tune with her strengths and weaknesses? This new SKIESUnlimited program may be just for you. A local professional model/actress/director and fashion show coordinator is interested in sharing some of life’s secrets that she has learned throughout her career. Classes would center on her inner beauty, wellness, personal growth, character development and proper etiquette for business and social gatherings. These classes will be eligible as a FREE Army Family Covenant option to qualifying youth. If you would be interested in registering your daughter on an interest list for such an opportunity, please let us know,either via email or by phone.
- SKIESUnlimited Instructors Wanted!
SKIESUnlimited is looking to enhance our life skills program by adding instructional classes in sewing, quilting, cross stitch, embroidery, or any other kind of needlework. If you or anyone that you know are interested in broadening the skills of our military youth, please email us directly. Please include your name and cell phone number so that we can discuss the possibilities further. Classes could be created to meet 60- to 90-minutes per week during the academic school year or during the summer in a 5-day 3-hours per day camp. Faculty would be volunteer, contractor or possibly employee.
- Parent Info Sheet for Maholic CDC
- Parent Info Sheet for Eagle CDC
- Parent Info Sheet for Prager CDC
Scope of the Academy:
Children will explore creative drama, improvisation games & exercises, acting styles & techniques, and work together to create an original child-driven, child created show! We will explore various ways to theatrically “tell a story.” Additionally, we will experiment with basic elements of technical theatre (costumes/props/scenery) in support of our unique collaborative production.
Kids’ Dramatix inspires young children to explore their world through the Theatre Arts. We passionately believe that the Arts enhance learning and we work diligently to provide children with a variety of informal performance opportunities to actively engage them throughout the entire dramatic/learning process. We thoughtfully integrate core curriculum concepts (to include Language Arts, Social Sciences, Healthful Living, Science, Math, Visual Art, Music, and Character Education) into our dramatic improvisations and informal performances. We provide children with a safe, encouraging, and compassionate environment in order to nurture young creative minds, develop self-confidence and promote assertiveness and positive self-expression.
The babysitting course will familiarize teens with the responsibility of babysitting. It will provide the necessary information for them to become capable, caring, trustworthy, and responsible sitters. They will be taught the skills and techniques needed so that the teens are confident in handling situations that could happen when they babysit. The course will also prepare the teens in the business aspects of babysitting. Youth will also earn certification in First Aid and CPR using 4-H curriculum. This course uses RealCare digital babies that teens will bring home overnight. If you would be interested in registering your child for this service, please register your child at https://webtrac.mwr.army.mil/.
- BBABY (ages 3-5) is a fun and imaginative class that introduces children to fundamentals of breaking! Children groove to classic Hip Hop beats in an old school cypher atmosphere!
- YOUNG BREAKER (ages 6+) is an introductory class for youth under 10 years old. This jam-packed class introduces the basic breaking fundamental techniques such as top rock, freezes and footwork. Students learn Hip Hop history and terminology.
- YOUNG POPPER (ages 6+) is an introductory class that focuses on the illusionary and funky dance styles of popping. Students learn to quickly contract and relax muscles to create jerking techniques such as robot, waving, and tutting.
Erika’s Dance Academy
Class Descriptions Download Dance Class Descriptions – printable version (.pdf)
CDC Dance Program
Children enrolling in the CDC Dance program must be a full-time patron in the facility that they receive child care services. If a child is not enrolled in a CDC, they are not eligible to take classes at the CDC. For example, if a child attends Cook CDC, they cannot enroll in the Prager CDC class.
- Parent Info Sheet for Bauguess CDC
- Parent Info Sheet for Eagle CDC
- Parent Info Sheet for Prager CDC
- Parent Info Sheet for Stout CDC
Power up your engineering skills with Play-Well TEKnologies and over 100,000 pieces of LEGO®! Apply real-world concepts in physics, engineering, and architecture through engineer-designed projects such as arch bridges, skyscrapers, motorized cars, and the Battletrack!
Design and build as never before,
and explore your craziest ideas in a supportive environment. An experienced instructor will challenge new and returning students to engineer at the next level.
- More to come at a later date. Anticipated start date will be September 2015.
2-3 year olds “Parent & Me”
- Classes meet one day per week for four (4) 30-minute classes per session.
- Primary focus is warm-up, stretching and gross motor development through a playful environment. Parents lead their children around an obstacle course spotting their child at each task. The instructor teaches the parent proper spotting techniques and performance of each exercise on balance beams, bars, floor and trampoline.
4-5 year olds
- Classes meet one day per week for four (4) 45-minute classes per session. Children work on flexibility through stretching and proper warm-up progressing to floor, bars, beam, vault, and trampoline to reinforce techniques.
6+ year olds
- Classes meet one day per week for four (4) 60-minute classes per session. All students start in a Beginner class to develop their basic gymnastics skills and fundamentals. Students may be invited to an Intermediate or Advanced class by the instructor as their individual skills progress.
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4-5 year olds
- Classes meet either Mondays and Wednesdays with the first and third Fridays or Tuesdays and Thursdays with the second and fourth Fridays for ten (10) 45-minute classes per session/month.
- Classes focus on stretching, discipline, conditioning and fundamentals.
6+ year olds
- Classes meet either Mondays and Wednesdays with the first and third Fridays or Tuesdays and Thursdays with the second and fourth Fridays for ten (10) 60-minute classes per session/month.
- Classes for beginning students with white and yellow belts. Students learn fundamentals and basic moves incorporating katas, learning how to fall, and basic sparring techniques. Alternate forms of martial arts are also taught to learn strengths and weaknesses of other forms of Karate.
- Class meets Tuesdays and Thursdays with the second and fourth Fridays for ten (10) 60-minute classes per session/month.
- Class is designed for Karate students with an Orange belt and above. This class is by invitation only from the instructor (Sensei). Students learn more advanced Karate techniques building on their basic skills; self discipline, practice, and conditioning are expected from advanced students.
Learn to Skate – Ice Skating
Group and private instruction offered at Cleland Multi-Purpose Sports Complex. Instruction is offered by ISI and USFSA certified coaches in six-week semesters for developing figure skating and hockey skating skills. View Ice Skating Institute (ISI) skills sheet.
Whether you are looking to start a life-long recreational pursuit or refine your skills for competitions, we’ll help you put your best skate forward.
Read Recent Articles about the Learn to Skate program!
- More to come at a later date.
American Red Cross Lifeguard Certification Course will be conducted in partnership with Fort Bragg Aquatics Branch. Graduates will be certified in Lifeguarding, First Aid, CPR for the Professional Rescuer, Automated External Defibrillator (AED), and Preventative Disease Transmission.
If you are interested in registering your child for this course, please register at https://webtrac.mwr.army.mil/.
Music Together™, the most loved early childhood music program, is an internationally recognized early childhood music and movement program for babies, toddlers, preschoolers, kindergartners, and the adults who love them . As a condition of participation, each family must also purchase the semester curriculum package (1 book and 2 music CD’s) from the instructor at a cost not to exceed $40.
Lisa Williams, our Piano Instructor has been named Fort Bragg Teacher of the Year for
the Fort Bragg School District – 2016. Click here for more.
The piano instructional program is designed for 6 year olds and above. Classes meet one time per week for four (4) 30-minute classes per month/session.
Classes emphasize theory which will foster children being able to master music reading for all instruments.
An annual recital is conducted near the end of the academic school year for all participants in the piano instructional program.
CYSS is in partnership with the Aquatics Branch for the “Learn To Swim Program” (Summer Swimming Lessons).
Please visit the Aquatics webpage for class descriptions/details.
Certified teachers will conduct four (4) private 60-minute sessions per month. Students in 3rd-12th grades will receive help with study skills in subjects such as Science, Math and English.
Reading/English & Study Skills Tutorials
Students will work one-on-one with the instructor; focusing on goals and aspects of vocal technique which include, but not limited to:
- Proper breath technique
- Blending vocal registers
- High notes
All lessons are tailored to each individual student’s style of choice, while nurturing their growth and enthusiasm for vocal arts. Parents are encouraged to observe lessons to better help practice time at home.
CYS Registration Requirements:
- Medical documentation and/or Individual Education Plan (IEP) for children with special needs
- Legal/Official proof of child’s birth (i.e. passport, ID card, birth certificate)
- Military or DoD ID card
- Parents of new students are required to attend an initial Parent Orientation, held at Tolson Youth Activities Center on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 6 p.m. This is a one-time requirement. In addition, we also conduct a Parent Orientation at Morales School Age Center on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 5 p.m. as a convenience for the Linden Oaks residents and surrounding community.