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Child, Youth & School Services

 

Parent Central (210) 221-4871
To participate in any CYS Services program, your child must be registered with Parent Central. We can help you get this accomplished when you stop by, but please ensure that you have proper documentation on hand. Appointments are available and recommended. In addition to the registration packet, parents need to bring documentation of up to date immunizations, and Single and Dual Military must provide a copy of their Family Care Plan. It is free to register with Parent Central, program and activity fees will vary based on the child's age and income.


School Liaison Office(210) 221-2214
Our SLO helps parents and youth transition between schools before and after a move. They can help with registration and offer information about local schools, policies & procedures and home schooling. They connect the link between military families and schools to ensure maximum educational opportunities and academic success.



Child Development Center (210) 221-5002
The CDC offers hourly care, full day care, and before and after school care for children ages 6 weeks - 5 years. Hourly care is available on first-come, first-serve basis and reservations may be made up to 30 days in advance.



Family Child Care (210) 221-3828
The Family Child Care (FCC) program offers a non-traditional alternative for child care, perfect for families who want their child/children in a home-like environment. In addition to full and part time care, some providers offer drop in services, weekend and evening/night time care as well as shift work and special needs care.



School Age Services (210) 221-5151
SAS provides care and offers age appropriate activities children in grades 1 - 5. SAS offers before-school and after-school care seasonal camps during Winter and Spring breaks and full day camp during the Summer Transportation to SAS is provided for schools on post and off post from several local schools.



Middle School & Teen Center (210) 221-3630
The MST Center gives youths grades 6 - 12 a place to hang out and meet new friends. The activities within the programs are fun, diverse, and, youth-driven. We plan a wide-ranging recreational, social and leadership driven activities and try to encourage personal growth during the transition from childhood to young adulthood.



Youth Center (210) 221-3502
In addition to the MST Center, the Youth Center is another location that provides a fun and friendly environment for youth in grades 6 - 12.



Youth Sports(210) 221-3502
Sports for the youth are offered year round for ages 4 - 18. Near the Youth Sports Center you can also find the Skate Park and the Splash Pad.



SKIES Unlimited (210) 221-3381
The name SKIESUnlimited is an acronym for School of Knowledge, Inspiration, Exploration, and Skills with the word Unlimited representing the unlimited possibilities this program can offer. SKIESUnlimited has a 4 school system: School of Sports, School of Arts, School of Life Skills and School of Academic Skills. Instructional classes range from dance to tumbling, musical instruments, tennis, computers and more!



Hired! Apprenticeship Program (210) 221-3386
HIRED! provides 15 - 18 year-old students an opportunity to explore and gain valuable paid work experience and training to better equip them with the skills needed for a highly-competitive job market.