- Program Information
SAC has immediate openings for Kindergarten–6th grade for before and after school care and all-day care on school closure days. SAC complements the school day with a state of the art computer lab and homework center. Staff coordinates with school personnel to ensure support with school assignments. The program is an affiliate of the Boys and Girls Club and 4-H. Transportation to and from Fort Belvoir Elementary School is provided by Fairfax County Public Schools. During the school year SAC also has a part day preschool program for children 3–5 years old. Programs available are for two, three, or five days from 9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Curriculum emphasizes physical well-being, language usage, attentiveness, imagination, knowledge about the world, and social emotional development.
- SAC Program
The School Age Center (SAC) offers a developmental child care program for students in 1st through 6th grades with working parents. Children have the opportunity to do homework, swim, bowl, arts and crafts, computer lab, and all sorts of games and field trips.
Full Day Child Care is available on teacher workdays, winter and spring breaks, and snow days announced before students depart for school.
Before and After School Program follows the bell schedule of Fort Belvoir Elementary School. Breakfast and snacks are provided by SAC. Transportation to and from Fort Belvoir Elementary School is provided by Fairfax County Public Schools. The program is not available in the afternoon for unscheduled early school closures.
- PAC Meetings
Parent participation is highly encouraged. Parents are invited to attend the Parent Advisory Committee (PAC) Board meetings. Meetings are the first Thursday of every month. The WIN program allows parents to earn points through participating in volunteer opportunities at the center or attending parenting classes through the Family Advocacy Program. Parents who earn ten (10) credits may receive a 10% discount off their 1st child's monthly fee for the Part-day Preschool and full day programs.
- Fee Card
- Online Registration & Payment
Start new registrations, make payments on your monthly childcare fees, reprint receipts and tax statements, or sign up for advertised SKIES Unlimited classes, Youth Sports or Special Activities. Log onto the Webtrac Payment System.
- Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP)
Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) provides aid to child and adult care institutions and family or group day care homes for the provision of nutritious foods that contribute to the wellness, healthy growth, and development of young children, and the health and wellness of older adults and chronically impaired disabled people.
Through CACFP, more than 4.2 million children and 130,000 adults receive nutritious meals and snacks each day as part of the day care they receive.
- CACFP non-pricing letter (PDF).
- Menus coming soon.
- CYS Directory
Facility Name Address DSN Phone Commercial Phone Parent Central Services 9800 Belvoir Road
(312)655-5555 School Age Services 9500 Barlow Road
(312)655-9100 Youth Services 5850 Langfitt Loop
(312)655-4515 +1 (703)805-4515 Youth Sports & Fitness 9500 Barlow Road
(312)655-9138 JoAnn Blanks CDC 5901 Taylor Road
(312)655-8770 North Post CDC 5925 Meeres Road
(312)656-6540 South Post CDC 5952 12th St
(312)656-4347 Woodlawn CDC 8770 Woodlawn Road
(312)656-0350 FBNA CDC #1 7135 Barta Road, Bldg. 5023 (312)806-6550 FBNA CDC #2 7134 Barta Road, Bldg. 5023 (312)806-6102 Rivanna CDC 2425 Defense Way, Charlottesville, VA 22911 N/A +1 (434)995-2140
The Markham School Age Center (SAC) offers a variety of care, to include part day preschool and full day, hourly, and before and after school care for school age children.