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Child Care Programs

Hourly Care

Ages 6 weeks–5 years

$4 per hour
Monday–Friday / 7 a.m.–5 p.m.

Care is provided on a first come, first served and space available basis with the exception of federal holidays and PACAF family days. Care location is provided throughout the CDC according to age. Health assessment forms and immunization records are required before hourly care can be provided.

Bambini Care

Ages 1 & 2

Tuesdays & Thursdays
8:30–11:30 a.m.
Dates: Sept. 12, 2017–June 7, 2018

Bambini Care is a new tuition-based program created specifically to support the families of our Military/DoD Civilians who are not working or eligible for full-time care. Bambini Care provides a safe and age appropriate program for children ranging in age from one through two years of age to interact, play, foster learning and develop peer socializations skills. Bambini Care serves to supplement short term hourly care for a weekly fee based on the family’s total income.

Part Day Preschool

Ages 3–5

Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays
8:30–11:30 a.m.
Dates: Sept. 6, 2017– June 8, 2018
*Children must be three years of age by Sept. 1, 2017 AND fully potty trained.

Ages 4 & 5

Monday–Friday
12:30–3:30 p.m.
Dates: Sept. 6, 2017– June 8, 2018
*Children must be four years of age by Sept. 1, 2017

Our Part Day Preschool offers a curriculum that is play-based or “child-centered.” We encourage children to be actively involved in the learning process through developmentally appropriate activities and materials that develop concepts in science, language, mathematics, art, music, self-help skills, social skills and literacy. We invite children to learn by using the center approach. Centers enable children to make choices and learn by active exploration of materials and activities. We provide small and large group activities so that children learn to develop social skills to include sharing, waiting for one’s turn, listening to others and verbalizing their feelings and knowledge of the world around them. Time is also provided for large motor skills, group times, music and stories.

Early Learning Matters

COMING SOON!

Coming in September 2018 Air Force Child Development Programs will be implementing a new curriculum for preschoolers with infant and toddler implementation in early 2019. The Early Learning Matters curriculum promotes positive outcomes in all areas of development from birth to age five. It is based on the latest research on child development and best practices in early education and care. ELM offers a comprehensive, developmentally appropriate approach to meaningful learning for all children.

 

Parent’s Corner

Early Learning Matters

Coming in October 2018 Air Force Child Development Programs will be implementing a new curriculum for preschoolers with infant and toddler implementation in early 2019. The Early Learning Matters curriculum promotes positive outcomes in all areas of development from birth to age five. It is based on the latest research on child development and best practices in early education and care. ELM offers a comprehensive, developmentally appropriate approach to meaningful learning for all children featuring:

  • A whole child focus on skills that bolster school readiness and life success.
  • Developmentally sequenced activities that embed strategies for individualizing.
  • Evidence-informed, friendly-to-use resources for program staff and families.
  • Training tools to support direct care staff with different professional backgrounds.
  • 50 weeks of developmentally appropriate activity plans for children organized by age ranges: birth–12 months, 12–24 months, 24–36 months and 3–5 years.
  • Fully aligned with NAEYC guidelines, including accreditation criteria and early learning standards.
  • Weekly parenting tips for supporting and extending children’s learning in families.

Parent Advisory Board

To support the continued well-being of all children/youth in the programs and become more formally involved in the CYP, you are encouraged to participate in the Parent Advisory Board (PAB). Members of the PAB provide recommendations for improving services, help plan unique events, and discuss other opportunities for parent participation. The PAB is composed of parents of children and youth enrolled in each type of CYP, base personnel, and CYP professionals. We value your ideas and view the PAB as an opportunity to continue to improve the programs and services provided.

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Yoiko Child Development Center

The CDC offers full day and hourly care for children ages six weeks to five years old that have not yet started Kindergarten. We require written guidance from a physician, therapist, or other appropriate health care professionals.

Family Child Care

This program provides care for children ages two weeks to twelve years old in on-base housing. All FCC providers are licensed child care professionals. Licensed FCC providers are the only people on base who may provide care in government quarters for more than 10 hours per week on a regular basis.

Cheli School Age Care

Open to children from Kindergarten to sixth grade. Cheli SAC is open for full time care during school breaks.

Lunney Youth Center

We provide a safe, fun, and educational after school environment for children ages nine through thirteen. Annual memberships are available to for children which includes FREE access to multiple, daily Boys and Girls Clubs of America and 4–H sponsored programs and clubs. After the first visit, memberships are required for children to attend the center.

Misawa Teen Center

We provide teens a fun, safe, and interactive after school and weekend environment for youth ages thirteen through eighteen. Annual memberships are available and include FREE access to daily Boys and Girls Clubs of America and 4–H Clubs, specials events, and trips. After the first visit, memberships are required to attend the center to play video games, shoot pool, do homework, and much more.

Yoiko CDC

BLDG. 10
Monday–Friday  |  6 a.m.–6 p.m.
CLOSED Saturday, Sunday, PACAF Family Days and federal holidays

Phone

226-4666  DSN
0176-77-4666  CELL

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