Effective May 26, 2020, the Child Development Center (CDC) and School Age Care (SAC) programs will undergo Phase 2 of re-opening Malmstrom Child and Youth Programs. This week, CDC and SAC personnel will be contacting those non-mission essential families currently registered for care but have been impacted by COVID-19 on whether care is still needed.
Malmstrom Child and Youth Programs continues to follow guidelines outlined by the Public Health Emergency Officer and the State of Montana regarding COVID-19. Because of this and staff availability, not all previously enrolled families will be able to receive care beginning May 26, but do know, we are working hard in getting all families back into our programs.
Please call the Child Development Center @ 731-2417 and School Age Care @ 731-4634 if you have any questions.
School Age Program
Malmstrom SA Program consists of: before & after school care, school holiday care, and summer camp. The program is accredited through the Council on Accreditation (COA) and certified by Department of Defense (DoD)
School Age Program is open to children enrolled in kindergarten through 6th grade, of active duty military, DoD civilians (NAF & APF), reservists on active duty or during inactive duty training. Children of DoD contractors & retired military are eligible on a space available basis.
DoD sets fee regulations for the SAC program. Fees are based on total family income and apply to all children who attend the program on a regular basis. The fees include meals, snacks and field trips. Total family income is reviewed annually and fees are adjusted accordingly.
To enroll you must visit www.militarychildcare.com. Where you will create an account and select the care needed. For further information contact Youth Center at 406-731-4634.
Take responsibility for your life. Discover who you are and what interests you. Learn the importance of goal-setting and decision-making and the impact you can have on your own life and on others. Your actions lead to new learning and self-discovery. Decisions you make either lead you toward your goals or away from them. Basically, you play the greatest role in your own life experiences. Your choices, behavior, actions and the results that come from them have led you to where you are today. Through your apprenticeship at the Youth Center and community service activities you will learn invaluable things about yourself. You will learn how to set goals, make choices and also what “makes you tick.” You will also learn how to give outstanding customer service so YP members and their parents want to keep coming back. If you are an YP member 13-18 years you can volunteer to be a JR. Staff member!
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and create an account.
Air Force Child / Youth Programs (CYP) and Fitness Centers partnership to promote the importance of healthy lifestyle choices and encourage Air Force Families to be active together.