- Child Development Center (CDC): 6 weeks - 5 years (Kindergarten)
Full Day Care Ages 6 weeks-Kindergarten
CDCs are on-post child care centers that may offer full-day, part-day and hourly care for children in nationally accredited environments.
Includes center-based service that meet the needs of working parents requiring child-care services up to 12 hours per day for children 6 weeks through kindergarten age on a regularly scheduled basis. Breakfast, Lunch and Snacks are included. Fees are based on total household income.
Kindergarten may attend the pre-school when school is not in session.
The drop-in/intermittent hourly care program includes center-based developmental childcare that meets the needs of parents requiring short-term childcare on an intermittent basis. The combined usage of prekindergarten and hourly care may not exceed 20 hours per week.
- School Age Center
Before/After school and summer program for 1st to 5th grade children from September through May. Summer camps are offered June through August.
Summer camp is available for SAC and MST. Some activities include:
SAC also offers 4-H Programs, Boys and Girls Clubs, Computer Lab, Open Recreation, meals and snacks. SAC staff escort children to and from school.
- Youth Services
Youth Services is an after school and summer program for kids 6th grade to 12th grade
- Expanded Eligibility Pilot Program
1. Purpose: To provide guidance on the expansion on the Department of Defense Educational Activity (DoDEA) Expanded Eligibility Pilot Program (E2P2), which is an enrollment program authorized by the National Defense Authorization Act.
a. The purpose of DODEA’s E2P2 Pilot Program is to evaluate the feasibility and scalability of a permanent DoDEA Virtual High School (DVHS) program after four years as well as assess the impact of the expanded enrollment on military and family readiness.
b. The pilot will supplement (not compete with) school districts and state approved homeschool programs.
c. Program is limited to 400 enrollments per year.
d. Students in this program may take up to two non-core courses per year.
e. Eligibility Requirements:
• School-aged dependent of an active-duty member of the armed forces
• Must be in grades 9 through 12
• Ineligible to enroll in the DVHS program (DoDEA High School not available)
• Require supplementary courses to graduate in current state OR
• Demonstrate a clear need to participate in the DVHS program
f. Selection Preferences:
• Other eligible students
g. Courses must be used towards graduation requirements.
h. Applications should be submitted at the following website: www.dodea.edu/dvs/e2p2.cfm
Child Youth Services (CYS) programs are designed to foster and develop children's physical, intellectual and emotional capabilities. The goal of CYS is to deliver high quality, DoD and nationally accredited child care, to reduce the conflict between parental responsibilities and unti mission requirements