Mon-Fri: 6:30am to 5:30pm
Our high quality, accredited early childhood program provides a safe and nurturing environment while promoting physical, social, emotional and intellectual development for children ages 6 weeks to 5 years. We operate on a sliding-scale fee, calculated based on total family income.
Military Child Recognition Ceremony, 25 April
Each child will be presented a certificate for their "service" to the military from 9 to 11:30am.
Muffins with Parents, 11 May
Join your children for muffins made by the children representing "Mother's Day" at 8:30am.
It's the parents' responsibility to fully complete the enrollment at MilitaryChildcare.com. Priority determiniation will be made unless space is available and no waiting list exists. The list is reveiwed daily by management.
Priority determination will progress as follows:
Our waiting lists are divided into:
Families PCSing to GFAFB need to contact the FCC coordinator upon arrival and update MilitaryChildcare.com with address and phone numbers. If this isn't received, your child will be removed from the waiting list. Filling out a wait list form does not guarantee a slot. A family may go up or down on the list due to another family of higher priority signing up for or declining care. It is always recommended that families have backup care.
Give Parents a Break provides eligible parents a few hours break from the stress of parenting. The AF Aid Society provides funding, making it possible for the CDC to open and provide care during this special time.
Once referred by one of the following base officials: Squadron Commander/First Sergeant, Chaplain, Doctor or medical professional, Family Advocacy personnel, Family Support Center personnel or CDC personel, it is the parent's responsibility to make reservations. The deadline is the Tuesday prior.
Eligible families include parents feeling stress due to...Military member is TDY; having a child with special needs; an emergency situation; a recent move to base; or unique circumstances or hardships.
Parents Night Out runs con-currently and follows the same guidelines as "Give Parents a Break." However, an hourly fee will be charged to the Parents Day Out participants and care may not be confirmed if less than eight children are on the reservation roster. There will be a late charge of $1/minute after 5 PM.
The Child and Youth Program's "Parent Advisory Board" (PAB) is open to all parents of children using the CDC, SAC, FCC or YC programs. It's purpose is to increase awareness of all CYP activities and provides opportunities for parent involvement in events and program activities.
The PAB meets quarterly in February, March, August and November. The meetings are held at the Child Development Center. For more information and specific schedule contact 747-3158.