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United States Army
Child & Youth Services - Central Registration / Child Development Center
Stilwell Community Center/Ord Military Community
Seaside, CA 93955
Programs and services are available at most installations for children up to age 12. Care may be provided in Child Development Centers, School Age Care Programs, and Family Child Care Homes. Please review the information to find out what programs and services are available at this installation. Please contact the Child and Youth Program point of contact at this installation if you require information, assistance or resources for child care in your local community.
Fees for all child care programs are based on a sliding scale and figured by Total Family Income (TFI). TFI is defined as all earned income including wages, salaries, tips, special duty pay (flight pay), Active Duty demo pay, sea pay, Active Duty save pay, long-term disability benefits, voluntary salary deferrals, retirement or other pension income including SSI paid to the spouse and VA benefits paid to the surviving spouse before deductions for taxes.
Parent fees are determined during the enrollment process prior to enrolling in a regularly scheduled Child Development Center (CDC), Family Child Care Home (FCC), School Age Care (SAC) or Youth Program and annually thereafter.
Eligible patrons include: Active duty military personnel, DoD civilian employees paid from either appropriated funds (APF) or non-appropriated funds (NAF), Reserve Component military personnel on active duty, Combat-related Wounded Warriors assigned to a Warrior Transition Unit (WTU), Surviving spouses of Military Members who died from a combat-related incident, Those acting in lieu of parents for the dependent child of an otherwise eligible patron. Eligible employees of DoD contractors, others authorized with an approved exception and Retirees on a space available basis
Eligibility Criteria for CYS Programs is contingent on the status of the sponsor and is verified with a valid ID card at registration.
The Monterey Road CDC programs include: full day care, part-day care, infant and pre-school programming. For more information call 831-583-1050.
Family Child Care (FCC) is a program offering a home-based alternative to Child Development Services center-based programs. All persons who provide childcare in government quarters (over 10 child hours per week) are required to be certified through this program and have training in child growth and development, developmentally appropriate activities, positive discipline and guidance techniques as well as safety, fire prevention, health care, first aid and CPR.
The FCC staff maintains a registry of homes to provide assistance to parents desiring FCC services for children, 4 weeks through 12 years of age.
The FCC office is located in Bldg. 4260 and can be reached at 831-242-5820. The FCC office is open Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.
The Monterey Road Child Development Center is located on Monterey Road at the Ord Military Community. The Monterey Road CDC programs include: full day care, part-day care, hourly and strong beginnings pre-kindergarten programming. Ages accepted are 6 weeks through 5 years.
We are a nationally accredited facility through the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), which maintain top standards. Our staff is committed to providing a quality education through the use of Teaching Strategies that helps them to develop quality activities for all of the developmental areas
For more information on any CDC program, please call 831-583-1050.
School Age Care is provided at Porter Youth Center, located within the Ord Military Community, and provides before and after school care for children Kindergarten age through 5th Grade. Care is also offered on teacher workdays, during non-school days and summer vacations. Children have access to computer labs and can receive help on daily homework assignments. Meals for the program are provided by the Child Development Services Child Care Food Program.
Porter Youth Center is accredited by a national accrediting body, Council on Accreditation (COA), and utilizes standard curricula through formal partnerships with nationally-recognized organizations such as 4-H and Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA)
Hours of operation are 6:30 a.m. until 6 p.m., Monday thru Friday.
For information about school age care, you may call 831-242-7823
Youth over twelve years of age may participate in the Youth Program at Porter Youth Center. A modified registration packet is required. Porter Youth Center Youth program maintains an affiliation with the Boys and Girls Clubs of America.
Hours of operation are 6:30 a.m. until 6 p.m., Monday thru Friday. Additional programs are available every Friday Night from 1800 - 2200.
A nominal fee applies for care before 13:00 but is free after. Fields trips and outings will be charged individually.
Special needs programs are available in all of our program. Child placement is made in coordination with the Multi-Disciplinary Inclusion Action Team (MIAT) Process
The MIAT explores Installation child care and youth supervision options for children and youth with medical diagnoses that reflect life-threatening conditions, functional limitations and diagnosed behavioral/psychological conditions. The MIAT recommends child care and youth placement. It also determines reasonable accommodations and availability of services to support a child/youth’s special needs. “Inclusion” is an attitude and a philosophy that welcomes and supports all children, with the goal of facilitating and maximizing participation in CYS child care, youth supervision and educational programs.
The MIAT is comprised of the Parent(s), CYS Coordinator, Outreach Services Director, Army Public Health Nurse (APHN), and Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) Program Manager as chair.
Additional augmentees as identified or recommended. For more information please call 831-242-7960
KOS provides short-term hourly child care to parents attending on-post meetings or functions in the same or adjacent building.
KOS supports Army Families through Deployment Support by providing assistance for the Army Chaplain's Strong Bond Program and other special events child care.
Our goal is to provide a high quality recreational sports experience for all participants. We offer a variety of sports and fitness activities for children ages 4-14, designed to promote physical fitness and help participants learn sportsmanship, teamwork and fair play.
We believe that a certain level of competitiveness is important in sports and fitness, along with the belief that all sports are designed to be fun, and that everyone deserves equal playing time.
For more information please call 831-242-7809
CYSitters offers formal training for teens who provide short term hourly child care for families in their own homes. The training covers the skills needed to safely and appropriately care for children and includes First Aid and CPR, program activities, and the “business” of babysitting. Upon completion of the training CYSitters may be included in the CYS ’babysitter referral' list/website.
Parents who need babysitters must complete a request form that is available at Parent Central Services. Parents make arrangements and negotiate fees directly with the babysitter for child care services. Stop by or call Parent Central Services for additional information.
For more links and updates please visit our website at https://presidio.armymwr.com/categories/cys-services
School Support Services (SSS) provides Army school-aged youth with educational opportunities, resources and information necessary to achieve academic success. A branch of Child, Youth and School (CYS), SSS is home to the School Liaison Office, where School Liaison Officers (SLOs) help deliver the best educational resources and information for your children.
We specialize in education transitions, and make sure incoming and exiting Families have information about local schools, graduation requirements, after-school services/programs, youth sponsorship programs and home schooling. We also help parents better understand the education process, school organization and interaction strategies.
For more information please call 831-242-6904
Required forms for registering in Child Care (CDC/FCC/SAC) include:
Registration is free. Parent Central Services staff will gladly assist eligible patrons with registration. For those using our childcare services, we will arrange for a parent orientation with the appropriate director. Please call 831-242-5820 for an appointment. We look forward to serving you!