School Age Care

We Make Learning Fun!

Contact

Monday - Friday | 6:30am - 5pm
Closed Federal Holidays & PACAF Family Days

907-377-5437

Bldg. 5222

The School Age Program is designed to keep your child active while building important teamwork skills.

We offer before and after-school care as well as hourly care. To sign your child up, visit MilitaryChildcare.com.

During school breaks and summers, this program becomes a full day camp. Field trips, swimming, bowling, nature walks, computer challenges, science experiments, and group activities ensure that each full day is fun and exciting for participants.

Join us for an engaging summer full of experiments, discoveries, and community involvement!

Summer Camps

Period Days Theme
WEEK 1 MAY 20-23 ENTREPRENEUR WEEK
WEEK 2 MAY 28-31 
RACE WEEK
WEEK 3 JUNE 3-7 
SURVIVOR WEEK 
WEEK 4 JUNE 10-14 
ANIMAL WEEK
WEEK 5 JUNE 17-21 WORLD EXPLORERS
WEEK 6 JUNE 24-28 SERVICE PROJECT WEEK
WEEK 7 JULY 1-3 AMERICA THE GREAT
WEEK 8 JULY 8-12 FOOD FRENZY WEEK
WEEK 9 JULY 15-19 WATER WEEK
WEEK 1​0 JULY 22-26 GAME WEEK
WEEK 1​1 JULY 29-AUG 2 FANTASY WEEK
WEEK 12
AUG 5-9 ARCHITECTURE WEEK
WEEK 13 AUG 12-14 FIELD TRIP WEEK

Register for the summer camp waitlist on
www.militarychildcare.com

Questions? Call 377-5437.

Child Care Fees

Fees are based on the DoD and Department of the Air Force (DAF) annual fee policy and on total family income (TFI). Parent fees may not be adjusted more than once a year. Please call 377-5437 for information on registration and fees or visit the DAF Child & Youth website.

Child Care Priorities

Installations must follow priorities in accordance with DoDI 6060.02. For more information, please visit the DAF Child & Youth website.

Parent Advisory Board

The purpose of the Parent Advisory Board is to provide input, feedback, and recommendations to the CYP staff and leadership regarding the quality and effectiveness of child and youth programs and services provided on Eielson AFB.

1. ​Advocacy

The Parent Advisory Board is ​a group of parents that have children enrolled in CYP services. The PAB acts only in an advisory capacity, providing recommendations for improving services.

2. ​Program Development

The Parent Advisory Board selects a Chairperson, a parent. The Parent Advisory Board meets at least quarterly to better serve the children by developing new programs and initiatives.

3. ​Communication

If you are interested in attending the Parent Advisory Board meeting, please contact us This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

2024 dates coming soon! 

4. ​Support

PAB members provide support to other parents by sharing information and resources related to child and youth programs.
Parents are always welcome to visit and assist with their child's care to the extent that their duty permits.

Youth Sports

Eielson Youth enjoy a diverse array of sports year-round, including football, soccer, baseball, softball, basketball, cheerleading, & more.

visit Youth Sports

This institution is an equal opportunity provider. 

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