|1755 Piute, 773-2564|
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School Age Care Program Registration Request care at www.militarychildcare.com. The Before and After School Care and Summer Care is a fun and safe environment for ages 5 – 12. Transportation provided from Freedom, Pioneer Park, and Deming/Miller Elementary. Call for rates and availability!
School Liaison Officer The School Liaison Officer provides information on local school districts, acts as the liaison between the military community and school administrators, provides consultation services regarding school education, and provides transition information on other school districts for military members who are PCSing. For information, call (307) 773-5943.
Youth Center Annex Youth Center Annex provides a safe, secure, fun environment after school and during special events. As an affiliate of the Boys and Girls Clubs of America, and through their core curriculum, we provide activities to help youth develop a sense of belonging, competence, and influence. This facility is for youth ages 9-18. Cost $60 annually.
All events are cancelled until further notice.
WANTED: YOUTH SPORTS COACHES
We need coaches for soccer, basketball, baseball, T-ball, flag football, tennis and golf Volunteer early to get all paperwork, including background check completed by the time seasons would normally begin.
What we offer
School Age Care Program Registration
Register at www.militarychildcare.com. The Before and After School Care is a fun and safe environment for ages 5 – 12. Transportation provided from Freedom, Pioneer Park, and Deming/Miller Elementary. Call for rates and availability!
Free Tuition Dollars for High Schoolers BGCA Military Youth of the Year! Active Teen Center members can be nominated for this award. Win a $5000 scholarship!
Youth Programs Annex Have you given thought to your child going to college? The Youth Annex Program can assist your child in finding their path to the future. The Youth Annex Program provides a safe, secure, fun environment after school and during special events. As an affiliate of the Boys and Girls Clubs of America, and through their core curriculum, we provide activities to help youth develop a sense of belonging, competence, and influence. This facility is for youth ages 9-18.
This is an instructional program designed to teach the fundamentals and importance of sports and exercise as well as physical conditioning.
This class is a combination of both hard and soft styles of martial arts, utilizing hard techniques such as kicking, punching, and blocking, and as soft techniques similar to Brazilian Jui Ji Tsu. Classes are on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. Pee Wee (ages 4 – 7), 6 – 6:45 p.m., Juniors (ages 8 – 16), 6:45 – 7:45 p.m. and Seniors (ages 17 & older), 7:45 – 8:30 p.m. Pee Wee class is $40. Other classes, cost is $60. Discounts for more than one family member are available.
The time of year is upon us to remind ourselves and family members of the guidance created to keep us safe.
First, Base curfew for dependents and sponsored guests under the age of 18 is from 2300-0600 Sunday through Thursday and 0100-0600 on Fridays, Saturdays, and holidays. Exceptions: accompanied by a parent or guardian, going to/from work, one hour after termination of a sanctioned school function or authorized travel between on/off base quarters with parental knowledge and approval. Violators of base curfew will be returned to their parent/sponsor. At no time will minor family members be allowed in or near dormitories, unless accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
Second, Children 9 years of age and younger may play outside but must have access (visual sight or hearing distance) to adult supervision. Tot-playgrounds are unsupervised and children 4 years of age or younger may not be left alone without adult supervision.
Third, everyone who rides bicycles on an AF installation must wear a properly fastened and approved (e.g., Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), American National Standards Institute (ANSI) or Snell Memorial Foundation) bicycle helmet. In addition to bicycles, all personnel must wear an approved helmet when roller skating, in-line skating, skateboarding, or operating foot-propelled scooters. Skating, skateboarding, and scooters are prohibited on installation roadways except for street crossings and incidental road access caused by pedestrians. We recommend anyone enjoying these methods of recreation wear elbow and knee pads to prevent injuries. All personnel will comply with all pedestrian related traffic laws.
Finally, you can find the above guidance in 90 Missile Wing Instruction 40-106. Please feel free to share this with your personnel and contact MSgt Rolon, at 773-4082 with any questions.
Youth Programs, located at the Youth Center, 1755 Piute Drive includes an accredited Before and After School and Summer Day Camp for ages 5-12, an Open Recreation Program for ages 9-12 and 13-18 on weekdays, and a diverse Sports Program.
The Before and After School and Summer Day Camp Programs offer a variety of social and instructional activities in a state of the art center. As a National Afterschool Association accredited program, we place the highest priority on each child’s health, safety, social development and academic support in our School Age program. Children have the opportunity to work with computers, do homework, and participate in organized activities. Youth are offered a chance to explore new places and ideas, develop new skills, build friendships and have fun!
The Youth Annex, located at 6205 Randall Ave., serves ages 9-18 and/or those currently enrolled in 7th grade. Activities and special events include movie critics club, karaoke, community service projects, lock-ins, contests, fine arts programs and a pleasant environment for hanging out with friends. Field trips and special camps such as dance, music, and movie making expand the horizons of our teens.
The Boys and Girls Club of America affiliation offers opportunities for exploring new interests; building leadership skills; support for academic success; recognition through Youth of the Year program; fine arts projects; life skills, and service to the community through Torch Club and Keystone Club.
As a benefactor of the Combined Federal Campaign and United Way of Cheyenne, Youth Programs strive to offer the best in leisure time activities for family members. Parent participation is always welcome and encouraged.