Child Development Centers (CDC)

Open year round, except for federal holidays or post closures.  

*Mon. - Fri. 5:45 a.m. - 6:15 p.m. for full day care

*Call centers directly to verify hours.

 

Click to download Family Advisory Council Information

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Our Child Development Centers offer a nurturing, creative environment for your child with age appropriate activities built into each program. The full-day/part-day preschool and full-day/part-day Pre-Kindergarten programs are designed to enhance your child’s personal growth and ensure that he or she is well prepared for Kindergarten. Preschool is reserved for our three-year-olds. Pre-Kindergarten is geared toward ages four and five. To participate in Pre-K, the child must reach age four by 1 October. Otherwise, he or she will be enrolled in the Preschool Program. Our highly trained, professional and caring staff is always ready to answer questions about ways to help your child open the Window to a World of Opportunity!

School Age Centers (SAC)

Open year round, except for federal holidays or post closures 

*Mon. - Fri. 5:45 a.m. - 6:15 p.m. for full day care

*Call centers directly to verify hours.

Transportation to and from on-post schools is provided by District 8 for Before and After School students in grades 1-5. SACs also offer full day services for “school’s out” days. Fall, winter, spring, and summer camps operate according to the Fountain / Fort Carson District 8 Calendar.



Our School Age program is nationally accredited with programming reflecting an age-appropriate curriculum. Boys and Girls Club of America, Character Counts! and 4-H Club programs are a daily part of school age programming.

 

 

MESA SCHOOL AGE SERVICES

1420 Grandstaff St., Bldg. 4790 (By Gate 2)
Phone: (719) 524 - 2985

Before School Program Grades 1-5

After School Program Grades 1-5

 



PATRIOT SCHOOL AGE SERVICES

7008 Harr Ave., Bldg. 6204 (By Gate 1)

Phone: (719) 524 - 2544

Before School Program Grades 1-8

After School Program Grades 1-5

Hourly Care Grades 1-5
 

ASPEN CDC
4880 Funk Ave., Bldg. 4356
Phone: (719) 503 - 7725


CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN CDC
7009 Harr Ave., Bldg. 6203
Phone: (719) 526 - 5838

 

IVY CDC

1879 Prussman Blvd., Bldg. 1840
Phone: (719) 503 - 8202

(Full Day and Hourly Care)

MONARCH CDC
2674 Womack St., Bldg. 7334

Phone: (719) 503 - 5020

TIMBERLINE CDC
1352 Ellis St., Bldg. 5939
Phone: (719) 524 - 2896

(Hourly Care Only)

 

WEST CDC
1504 Coleman, Bldg. 6060
Phone: (719) 524 - 0151

Ivy Hourly Care Center

 

​​Building 1840 on Prussman Boulevard (across from Arby's/KFC)​​

 

NEW  - Hourly Care Parent Letter (Click Here)

 

Hourly Care for ages six weeks – Kindergarten

 

Phone: 719-503-8202     

For reservations call: 719-526-2463

Hours of operation: Monday – Friday 7:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

 

PLEASE NOTE:

CYS Services is always looking for ways to better serve you.  To ensure that our hourly care facility is properly staffed so that we can take the finest care of your child(ren), we are adjusting our reservation procedures.  If you are in need of making a last minute hourly care reservation (under 48 hours), you will need to call 719-526-2463, but anything in between 48 hours and 30 days can be made online through WebTrac.

 

Calls and messages will be answered and reservation requests will be taken on first come (or call) first served basis.



  • A child must already be registered with CYSS through Parent Central Registration before making reservations. 

  • Reservations can be made 30 days in advance.

  • Maximum of 20 hours per week can be used for hourly care.

  • Drop-in time slots are only available as space allows. Reservations get first priority.

Middle School/Teen Center (MST)

 

Middle School (6th – 8th) Before and After School programs
High School Open Recreation
6181 Ware Street, Building 5950 
Phone:  719-526-2680



Monday-Thursday: 3-8 p.m.

Fridays: 3-10 p.m.

Saturdays: 2-10 p.m.

Sundays (twice a month): 1-5 p.m.

 

*Please refer to the monthly program calendar for details on Sunday Programming. Call for additional information.

 

 

The MST Center is here to serve you by offering a wide variety of recreational, educational, and social programs for your middle and high school age teen. Army youth program standards as well as our affiliation with the Boys & Girls Clubs of America and National 4-H assures that your teen will always have a variety of wholesome, fun, and interesting program choices in which to participate.



Participation in these programs provides a broad framework for developing lifelong skills designed to enhance your child’s future success. Our staff is dedicated to making this youth center the finest in the Army and will strive to make your child’s experience here a positive one. We invite you to become familiar with the programs and services offered. Visit the center, and join our Parent Advisory Group!



Programming includes sports, fitness and health, life skills classes, citizenship and leadership opportunities, arts, recreation and leisure activities, mentoring, intervention, and education support services.



As with School Age Services, After School programs are offered for Grades 6 – 8, with transportation provided after school from Carson Middle School. Full day services are available during “school’s out” days, and fall, winter, spring and summer camps operate according to the Fountain / Fort Carson District 8 Calendar.

 

PLEASE NOTE: The MST Before School Program is held at Patriot SAS (Bldg 6204 by Gate 1).



To learn about the Army Teen Program (requires Media Player), Click Here.



For Youth Sponsorship Information, Click Here



For the Youth Sponsorship FORM, please email(Click Here)​

Family Child Care (FCC)

Registration: Building 1518 on Prussman Road
Phone: 719-526-3338



Army certified Family Child Care (FCC) homes are available on the installation. FCC providers offer age-appropriate activities in a nurturing, home-like environment. The small group size allows children to develop close relationships with their caregiver and other children in the group. FCC also offers overnight and extended stay options for single and dual-military soldier parents.



If your heart and hearth has extra room, why not consider becoming a Family Child Care provider? We’ll work with you to determine if this rewarding, home-based career is a good fit for your lifestyle.



For information concerning what FCC is all about, please Click Here.

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Orientation for those interested in finding out more about becoming a FCC Provider is offered the first Friday of every month at building 1518.

For more information on “What do I need to do if I want to use an FCC Provider?”, please call the Fort Carson Family Child Care office at 719-526-3338 located at 1518 Prussman, Fort Carson.

For information on how to become a Family Child Care Provider or if you are already a Family Child Care provider at another post and want to transfer, please call the Fort Carson Family Child Care office at 719-526-3338 located at 1518 Prussman, Fort Carson.

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