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GDT(Global Data Transfer) Staff Brochure

Download a GDT Staff Brochure.

Virtual College and Career Fair

Download a Virtual College and Career Fair Poster.

Adult/Teen Sitter Programs

Download the CYS Adult Sitter Class information.

Download the CYS Teen Sitter Class information.

CYS Newsletter

Download a CYS Spring 2022 Newsletter.

MOMC Proclamation 2022

Download a 2022 MOMC Proclamation.

Download a Proclamation from The White House.

Download a Tri-signed Proclamation.

Special Needs -ASD Guide for Military Families

Operation Autism | A Resource Guide for Military Families

4-H 2022 Military Teen Adventure Camps

Military teens (13-18 years old of Active Duty, Guard, Reserve, and Retired personnel) will have an opportunity to participate in adventure camps at little to no cost. These high energy, high adventure, and high experience camps are planned across the United States

Camps will be held this year in the months of June and July for youth, age 13-18, from military families representing any branch of service. Host states include Arizona, Colorado, Georgia, Hawaii, Kentucky, and Washington.

Military Teen Adventure Camps for 2022!

https://extension.purdue.edu/4-H/get-involved/military-teen-adventure-camps/index.html    

Military families can visit the camps by location page: https://extension.purdue.edu/4-H/get-involved/military-teen-adventure-camps/camps-by-location.html to learn about registering for the camp of choice for their youth.

Summer Camp 2022

Download a Fort Hamilton SAC Summer Camp 2022 Schedule.

Download a Fort Hamilton MST Summer 2022 Schedule.

Getting Your Working Papers

Download your Working Papers Application.

School officials issue all working papers, except for child performer permits.

·         If you are in school, go to your guidance office and ask for a working papers application. If you are not in school, go to the nearest school by where you live because they are required to give you the application.

o    In New York City, all young people in and out of school, must apply at a local public high school office. If you don't know what high school to go to, you can get instructions on where to apply from the New York City Department of Education's District Family Advocates or call 718-935-2000.

·         During school vacation periods, these offices stay open part-time to issue working papers.

1.  Fill out the application and have your parent or guardian sign the application.

2.  When you have filled out the working papers application and had your parent or guardian sign it, you have to take it back to the school's guidance office.

3.  Your employer must keep Student Non-Factory, Student General, Full-Time, and Limited Employment Certificates on file at the place where you work, as long as you keep the job.

4.  You must keep your Farm Work Permits, Model Permits, Newspaper Carrier Permits, and Street Trade Permits in your possession at all times. 

Download a 2022 Summer Youth Employment Program to get more information.

Don’t forget to apply pre-K by March 18, 2022! You can apply online at MySchools.nyc https://myschools.nyc/,  by phone at 718-935-2009, or through a Family Welcome Center to find your center visit https://schools.nyc.gov/FWC  .

NYC’s pre-K programs are offered in three different program settings? All settings offer the same full day, high-quality pre-K curriculum to our city’s four-year-old children. You can apply to programs in all settings:

  • New York City Early Education Centers (NYCEECs).  Community-based organizations with early childhood expertise partner with the Department of Education (DOE) to offer pre-K.
  • District schools. Some DOE public elementary schools offer pre-K.
  • Pre-K Centers. These are DOE early childhood centers that only offers grades below kindergarten.

A pre-K program can offer up to three types of pre-K seats:

  • Full Day seats are free and provide early care and education for 6 hours and 20 minutes a day during the school year, typically September to June. All NYC children born in 2018 are eligible for these seats. 
  • Extended Day and Year seats are free or low cost and provide early care and education all year round for up to 10 hours of care a day. Eligibility for these seats is based on family income and needs. If you receive an offer to an Extended Day and Year seat, you will need to confirm your child’s eligibility by completing a Child Care application.
  • Head Start seats are free and provide early care and education all year round for up to 10 hours a day. Eligibility for Head Start is based on family income and needs. If you receive an offer to a Head Start seat, the program will work with you directly to confirm your child’s eligibility.

Learn more at nyc.gov/PreK https://nyc.gov/prek  

With your MySchools  - https://myschools.nyc/   account, you can use the searchable directory to filter for programs by setting, seat types, and other features, including dual language programs and more! Log in to save favorite programs, add programs to your application, and apply. Questions or need support? Contact

Contact or visit a Family Welcome Center.  https://www.schools.nyc.gov/enrollment/enrollment-help/family-welcome-centers

Blue Star Families Teen Book Club

In the months of rising tensions before the surprise overnight raising of the Berlin Wall, teenaged cousins Drew, an American army brat in West Berlin, and Matthias, a young communist in East Berlin, become wary friends on opposite sides of the Cold War. Download a BSF Book Club Flyer for more information!

Remote Learning Assistant

Download a Remote Learning Assistant Flyer!

Youth Sponsorship Program

Youth Sponsors are at both the youth center and the school and provide information about the community and school to their sponsee via welcome packets, e-mail, and face-to-face communication. Download a Youth Sponsorship Information for Parents Letter for detail information!

What is Thrive?

The Thrive Initiative is being developed through a collaboration between the Department of Defense’s Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Military Community and Family Policy (DoD MC&FP) and the Clearinghouse for Military Family Readiness at Penn State (Clearinghouse).

The aim of Thrive is to create a series of developmentally-comprehensive, evidence-informed, universal and targeted parenting programs for military and civilian families. The Thrive Initiative seeks to harness parents’ potential for fostering holistic, community youth development and resiliency throughout childhood and adolescence by focusing on practices and strategies that help to nurture the parent-child relationship and foster positive child development outcomes.

Thrive – Resourceful Parents. Resilient Children. Ready Families. (psu.edu)

Thrive Branch Out Promotion Flyer

School Information

Kinder Enrollment 2022

High School admission Info

Register for a Virtual SUNY College

Scholarships

TUTOR.COM

Tutor.com for U.S. Military Families, funded by the U.S. Department of Defense and Coast Guard Mutual Assistance, is a program that provides on-demand, online tutoring and homework help at no cost to eligible service members, civilian personnel, and their dependents.

Military Families Eligible for DoD Tutoring Program - Tutor.com for U.S. Military Families

Download a Tutor.com flyer for handy access.

Interstate Compact On Educational Opportunity For Military Children

https://www.nysenate.gov/legislation/laws/EDN/A66

http://www.nysed.gov/curriculum-instruction/10020-graduation-and-diploma-requirements-students-covered-under-interstate

http://www.nysed.gov/curriculum-instruction/interstate-compact

Diploma Requirements:

http://www.nysed.gov/curriculum-instruction/1005-diploma-requirements

2022 Regents Memo:

http://www.nysed.gov/common/nysed/files/programs/state-assessment/memo-regents-exam-schedules-2022.pdf

 

Scholarships Information

Download Popular Scholarships for more information!

Download the Military Children Scholarships document for more information!

Gratitude Initiative(GI)'s Free College Prep Program

Download the GI Program flyer for more information!

Virtual College Fairs

The National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) is launching a series of free virtual college fairs this fall.  Each fair has over 600 colleges and is truly national.  These fairs feature free college information sessions and have skilled counselors available to answer questions. NACAC also has strict standards for participating institutions that insure the organizations offer strong educational value.

 "Start your college search for free at a NACAC National College Fair near you. National College Fairs is a program of the National Association forCollege Admission Counseling (NACAC)."  More information at: https://www.nacacfairs.org/

 

CYS Programs
School Support Services Child Development Center Parent and Outreach Services School Age Center (SAC) / Youth School Services (YSS) SKIES Unlimited