A Great Guide to Child and Youth Services
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January - April • Number 38 • 2022
From the desk of Sheila R. Curtis
Chief of Child and Youth Services
The month of April is designated as the Month of the Military Child to honor the strength and resiliency of our military children. In April of 1986, Casper Weinberger, Defense Secretary, signed the Month of the Military Child proclamation. This year marks the 36th Anniversary of that proclamation and the need to celebrate our military children is as relevant today as it was 36 years ago. Child & Youth Services is celebrating this important event throughout all programs during the month of April. I encourage you to join us as we celebrate your child(ren)!
Here 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 your infant, before and after school care for your elementary school age child or a safe place to hang out after school for your teenager, we have you covered. Our Family Child Care providers offer care in a nurturing, in-home environment with the same background checks and training as our center-based employees. Our award winning Youth Sports & Fitness program offers safe and positive team sports for children and youth, as well as instructional programming such as music, dance, martial arts and archery. Our School Liaison Office can assist you with challenges your child may have in school.
Child & Youth Services is a one stop shop to help you with all your childcare and youth programming needs. Please stop by our Parent Central Services office in the Shoemaker Center, Bldg 36000 Darnall Loop. Our friendly and helpful staff will be happy to assist you.
We stand ready to serve you and your Family!
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.