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Youth Services (YS)

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The School Age Center (SAC) Program provides before and after school care for school-age children in K-5th grade with enriched, age-appropriate, child-centered activities. Fees are based on Total Family Income (TFI). A summer program provides children with a variety of activities and field trips. The SAC programs are accredited by the Council of Accreditation (COA).

The SAC program includes arts, crafts, fitness, field trips, homework time, cooking projects and community service. The Character Counts! program is a key component interwoven into our daily activities.

To add your children to the CYS waiting list, please visit: www.MilitaryChildCare.com

CYS Parent Handbook

FEE CHARTS:
2021-22 School Year Fee Charts

The Middle School and Teen (MS/T) Program provides enriched age-appropriate activities. A summer program provides a variety of activities and field trips. Fees are based on Total Family Income (TFI). The Middle School/Teen program is free after 1 p.m. Fees may be assessed for special events and field trips.


AA Youth Services Middle School/Teen After School Open Recreation Program - Fun activities for your youth with a focus on Boys & Girls Club activities as well as 4-H activities. A light snack will be offered.
Grades: 6-12
Cost: FREE
COVID-19 Guidelines: Limited to 9 youth per day in the After School Program. During our Open Recreation Friday Night Program, we can only take 18 youth. Parents must make a reservation to have your youth attend. Once the reservations are full, we cannot take any more youth.
Questions: 410-278-9061
Contact Central Registration to obtain the forms and register.


EA Open Recreation Program - Fun activities for youth with a focus on Boys & Girls Club activities as well as 4-H activities. Tuesday Night Program will have academic assistance available as well.
Grades: 6-12
Cost: FREE
COVID-19 Guidelines: Limited to 9 youth per day in the after school program. Open Recreation (Tuesday: 2-8 p.m.) (Friday: 2-9 p.m.) Night Programs limited to 18 youth. Parents call: 410-436-2862 / 2098 to make a reservation to have your youth attend. Once the reservations are full, we cannot take any more youth.
Questions: 410-436-2862 / 2098
Contact Central Registration to obtain the forms and register.


EA Hourly Care for K-5th Grade - Hourly care is available for youth during before-school hours, after-school hours, early dismissal hours and school’s out days. Transportation to school is not provided. We provide fun, supervised activities sponsored by Boys & Girls Club and 4-H activities. We offer a breakfast supplement, lunch, and a snack during those meal times. We follow USDA standards. 
Location: EA YS – Bldg E1902
Grades: K–5
Cost: $5 per hour with a limit of up to five (5) hours per week.
Times:

  • Before School: 6:30-8:30 a.m.
  • After School: 3:30-5:30 p.m.
  • School's Out Days: 6:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
  • Early Dismissal Days: 12:30-5:30 p.m.

Questions: 410-436-2862 / 2098
Contact Central Registration to obtain the forms and register.


EA Open Recreation School Age Care (SAC) Program - Fun activities for your youth with a focus on Boys & Girls Club activities as well as 4-H activities. A light snack will be offered.
Grades: K-5
Cost: $15 per youth/per Saturday
COVID-19 Guidelines: Limited to 18 youth per Saturday. Parents call: 410-436-2862 / 2098 to make a reservation to have your youth attend. Once the reservations are full, we cannot take any more youth.
Questions: 410-436-2862 / 2098
Contact Central Registration to obtain the forms and register.

Youth Sponsorship Program

All youth between the ages 8-18 can request a Youth Sponsor before, during or after their move to the Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG) community.

A Youth Sponsor can provide you with information about schools, shopping and culture or maybe become your new friend! Youth Sponsorship is coordinated by the Youth Services and will match sponsors to new youths according to gender, age/grade, interests/hobbies, and school attending.

Why request a Youth Sponsor?
Moving to a completely new location is sometimes scary or exciting – but always new and different. It always helps when you have someone who can show you around and tell you about your school or activities, the community, places to see and shop, and introduce you to new friends.

The Youth Sponsorship Program can help your transition to a new place easier!

Why become a Youth Sponsor?
Everyone is encouraged to become a Youth Sponsor! If you like to help and meet new friends, then being a Sponsor is the right thing to do.

As a Youth Sponsor, you get to identify, meet and help incoming teens and youth. You provide them with friendship, a warm welcome, information, and possibly a tour of the community/program.

Youth Centers are always looking for new teen sponsors. To participate, please contact the School Liaison Officer.

More Child & Youth Services

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Virtual: CYS Quarterly Parent Advisory Meeting

We encourage you to attend if you have a child that is currently enrolled in any program that we offer.

Nov 18 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
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Virtual: CYS Quarterly Parent Advisory Meeting

We encourage you to attend if you have a child that is currently enrolled in any program that we offer.

Nov 18 11:30 am - 12:30 pm