- Downloadable CYS Sensations
- Large File Download - Complete CYS Sensations approximately 50+ MB
- Smaller File Individual Sections for Downlaod
- Pages 1-13
CYS Registration, School Support Services, Child Development Services, SAC Site Locations and Servicing Schools
- Pages 14-27
Montague SAC events, Kouma SAC events, Walker SAC events, Location Guide, Muskogee SAC events, Venable SAC events, Youth Sports and Fitness & Instructional Programs
- Pages 28-37
Youth Centers, Bronco events, Comanche events, Montague events, High Chaparral events, MilitaryChildCare.com
- Pages 1-13
A Great Guide to Child and Youth Services
Publication is available in hard copy format and is distributed throughout Fort Hood or available via PDF download below. The information in this issue, is current at time of publication. Activities and events are subject to change. For confirmation, please call the activity.
January - April • Number 40 • 2023
From the desk of Sheila R. Curtis
Fort Hood Chief of Child and Youth Services
The month of April is designated as the Month of the Military Child. It honors the strength and resilience with which our children face the challenges and rewards of life as the child of a Soldier. Casper Weinberger, then Defense Secretary, signed this proclamation in April of 1986. This year marks the 37th Anniversary of that proclamation and the need to celebrate our military children is just as relevant today as it was all those years ago. Military children travel to new and exciting locations, make friends across the country or even around the world, learn about many different cultures, and see awesome things as part of their daily lives. While these journeys and adventures may be exciting, they can also be challenging for our children. They may experience a parent working late hours, going away for training or deploying for extended periods of time. Yet, military youth are brave and resilient in the face of these difficulties. Our children serve too, and in April we honor our youngest warriors for their service.
At Child & Youth Services we strive to make every child feel special and appreciated, not just in April, but every day of the year. Whether you need full time care for the baby, before and after school care for your elementary schooler, or a safe place to hang out after school for your teenager, we have you covered. Need evening or weekend hours or prefer a smaller group setting? Our Family Child Care providers have the same background checks and training as our center-based employees and offer care in a home environment. You can also become a Family Child Care provider, working right from your home. Youth Sports & Fitness has competitive team sports, as well as instructional programming. Our School Liaison Office can assist you with school transitions or questions you have regarding education. Child & Youth Services is a one stop shop to help you with all your childcare needs. Please stop by our Parent Central Services office in Bldg 36000 Shoemaker Lane. Our friendly and helpful staff will be happy to assist you.
Sheila R. Curtis
Chief, Child & Youth Services (CYS)
CYS Inclement Weather Plan
How does inclement weather affect Child and Youth Services openings? Due to the unpredictable nature of Texas weather, we encourage you to become familiar with the CYS Inclement Weather Plan and how it might affect you and child care arrangements.