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Youth Services

CYS Online Registration and Appointments

Click on Webtrac to start new registrations, make payments on your monthly childcare fees, reprint receipts and tax statements or sign up for advertised SKIESUnlimited classes, Youth Sports or Special Activities.

Open to all youth grades 6th-12th. Open rec is free and begins at 1 pm.

Youth Sponsorship

The Youth Center provides activities for youth typically in grades 6-12*. Through formal partnerships with nationally-recognized youth-serving organizations such as 4-H and Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA) youth have access to programs, standardized curricula, special events, camps, scholarships, and more. Computer labs and homework assistance are available at every Youth Center.

There are two components to the Youth Program:

  • The Middle School Program is generally for youth in grades 6-8*
  • The Teen Program is generally for youth in grades 9-12

The Youth Program is open after school, school closures and summer. Specialty camps and trips are held throughout the year. 

Visit the Youth Center, Parent Central Services Youth Self-Registration Form. 

* Based on school configuration

Youth Sponsorship Program
The Youth Sponsorship Program is a collaboration among the School Liaison Officer, Youth Program and School-Age Center, Outreach Services, local schools, and other youth-serving agencies on and off post.

The program focuses on providing youth in transition information, a sense of belonging, and an opportunity to make friends.

By connecting transitioning youth to their new community through peer interaction, the program helps to reduce at-risk behavior in youth, reduce stress in youth and parents, and has shown to increase school achievement, thus increasing readiness.

The School Liaison Officer is the primary point of contact for transitioning Families wishing to have their youth connect to a sponsorship program.

After School Transportation

The Youth Center currently provides after school transportation from Longleaf Middle, Summit Parkway, Blythewood Middle, Kelly Mills, Muller Road, EL Wright, Crayton, Spring Valley High School and Ridgeview High School.  To sign up for Middle School open recreation transportation please complete form (pdf) and return to the Youth Center.

High School Youth must be registered with CYS. Youth will be Open-Rec and no bus enrollment is required.  Youth report to the designated bus stop by the departure time to be transported to the Youth Center.  Departure time for Spring Valley is 3:45 pm and 4 pm for Ridgeview.

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