- West Point CYS Patron Handbook
- 2022-2023 CYS Patron Fee Letter Fee Charts
- West Point CYS Spring/Summer Menu 2023
- CYS Medication Guide
- Stony CDC Frequently Asked Questions
- CDC Parent Information
- Parent Advisory Board
- CYS Parent Education Opportunities (2023 Workshop Calendar)
- Breast Feeding Information
- West Point CYS Absence Reporting
- IMCOM Regulations 608-10-1 (Feb 2023)
- CYS Booklet
- West Point CYS Patron Handbook 2023
- West Point CYS Masking, Screening, Testing, & Quarantine Guide
- FMWR Rental Facilities
- CDC Program Curriculum
- National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) Accreditation
- October - December 2021 Edition
- January - March 2022 Edition
- April - June 2022 Edition
- July - September 2022 Edition
- October - December 2022 Edition
- January - March 2023 Edition
- April - June 2023 Edition
- Army Fee Assistance (AFA)
All Army Families may be referred to the Army's current resource and referral agency, Child Care Aware of America (CCAoA) for help to locate civilian providers to assist with their child care needs when installation space is unavailable. Those who are eligible may apply for Army Fee Assistance (AFA) to help pa for the higher cost of civilian child care. Visit Child Care Aware of America for assistance or more info.
- Request an Appointment
Contact our front desk via the contact information above with general questions. Any CYS Program registration will begin and end with Parent and Outreach Services.
If you are not registered with West Point CYS Services - please request an appointment online via the form with Parent and Outreach Services.
Stony Child Development Center (CDC) is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). Combined with Army standards and regulations, NAEYC guides the CDC program towards the highest quality of care for your children.
CDC classrooms are mixed age groups consisting of:
6 weeks to 18 months (Infant/Pre-Toddler)
18 months - 36 months (Pre-Tod/Toddler)
3-4 years (Preschool)
5-6 years (Strong Beginnings Pre-K)
The classrooms are arranged in interest areas of literacy, math & science, art, blocks, dramatic play, manipulative toys and games. Our program is designed to positively promote the four areas of development: social/emotional, physical, cognitive and language through exploration, experience and fun.
Patrons can request care at the CDC by creating an account on MilitaryChildCare.com or registering at Parent and Outreach Services.is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). Combined with Army standards and regulations, NAEYC guides the CDC program towards the highest quality of care for your children.
We also offer instructional programming for many ages through Youth Sports & Instructional Programs. Please note that all services require registration through Parent and Outreach Services. Thank you for choosing West Point CYS & we look forward to supporting you very soon.
CYS Connections (West Point CYS Newsletter):
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At West Point Child and Youth Services our Stony Child Development Center, we #PurpleUp for Month of the Military Child celebration! Our professional staff provide exceptional opportunities for DoD affiliated children to participate in various programs at West Point!