Youth Sports and Fitness
|Monday||7 a.m. - 6 p.m.|
|Tuesday||7 a.m. - 6 p.m.|
|Wednesday||7 a.m. - 6 p.m.|
|Thursday||7 a.m. - 6 p.m.|
|Friday||7 a.m. - 6 p.m.|
The Child, Youth, and School Services (CYSS) Youth Sports & Fitness program offers various opportunities for children to participate in sports. The program is expanding to provide support for children ages 3 to 18 years to encourage healthy, life long habits. The 2017 Youth Sports & Fitness Calendar is available by PDF.
Team sports such as football and baseball are only available with the participation of volunteer coaches and assistants. All coaches are trained and certified by the National Youth Sports Coaches Association (NYSCA). Players must be registered with Child, Youth, and School Services in order to enroll in a sport.
- Parent Participation
Parent participation is highly encouraged in all CYSS programs, and is actually necessary for some activities to be successful. There would not be a Sports program without the dedication of volunteer coaches. Some ways parents participate in child care programs may include eating lunch with their child and participating in various room activities (prior arrangements must be made with your child's teacher). Parent Advisory Boards (PAB's) operate at all the Centers and are open to all parents. Through the PAB, parents provide valuable input to the programs in which their children spend a significant portion of their day. To encourage parent participation, the "Why I'm Needed" (WIN) program allows parents to earn points through volunteering opportunities at the centers, or attending parenting classes through the Family Advocacy Program.
The WIN Program: This is a special program that enables parents to earn up to a 10% discount on their 1st child's monthly child care fees at the CDC or SAC. Parents perform essential tasks for the CDC or SAC and earn a specific number of discount points. Each discount point is worth 1 percent each up to a maximum of 10 discount points which is 10%. These discount points may then be applied towards child care fee. Check with the CDC or SAC front desk staff for more information.
Eligibility to use CYSS programs include active duty military personnel, DoD civilian personnel, reservists on active duty for 72 hours or more, and DoD contractors working on Fort Belvoir. Military retirees are only eligible for our sports programs and our free Middle School and Teens program. Because child care programs are offered for the sponsor to report to work so that the Army can meet its mission, eligibility to use Fort Belvoir child care programs ends upon End Term of Service (ETS) of sponsor, termination of sponsor's DoD employment or DoD contractor's employment on Fort Belvoir. A thirty-day grace period is authorized to find alternate care. All patrons must register with Parent Central Services (Resource and Referral - Central Registration) or by calling +1 (703)805-5555.
- 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.
- CYSS Directory
Facility Name Address DSN Phone Commercial Phone Parent Central Services 9800 Belvoir Road
(312)655-5555 +1 (703)805-5555 School Age Services 9800 Belvoir Road
(312)655-5555 +1 (703)805-5555 Youth Services 5850 Langfitt Loop
(312)655-4515 +1 (703)805-4515 Youth Sports & Fitness 9500 Barlow Road
(312)655-9138 +1 (703)805-9138 JoAnn Blanks CDC 5901 Taylor Road
(312)655-8770 +1 (703) 805-8770 North Post CDC 5925 Meeres Road
(312)656-6540 +1 (703)806-6540 South Post CDC 5952 12th St
(312)656-4347 +1 (703)806-4347 Woodlawn CDC 8770 Woodlawn Road
(312)656-0350 +1 (703)806-0350