Child & Youth Programs
The CFAC Child & Youth Programs provides custodial care and recreational services for ages 6 weeks to 18 years of age. The installation’s Child & Youth Program provides the following:
- Child Development Center options for infants 6wks-5 years to include custodial care and hourly care services.
- Recreational School Age Programming for children ages K5-12 years of age that include use of BGCA and 4- H materials to meet Navy CYP Core Areas
- Targeted Teen Programs that include youth sponsorship, trips & tours, and recreational programming for ages 13-18 years old.
- Youth Sports & Fitness activities marketed by CYP throughout the year towards the Recreational School Age Program. Includes activities such as America’s Kids Run, fitness activities, health and nutrition activities, and outdoor recreation community activities/trips.
- Child & Youth Educational Services with the School Liaison Officer (SLO) assisting families with children in pre-kindergarten-12th grade. The SLO assists in everything from a school transfer, homeschool support, to meeting graduation requirements.
Child Development Center Services
Commander Fleet Activities Chinhae Child Development Center offers full and part-time custodial care options for children ages six weeks to 5 years with hourly care options on a space-available and first come, first served basis.
The Teaching Strategies curriculum and lesson plans used within the classrooms are based on child observations. The CYP is in building #702 and is located near the MWR Fitness Center. The carefully designed classrooms and playground provide safety
and security for children in a pleasant and developmentally appropriate
To request enrollment for Full and Part Time care families must use the www.MilitaryChildCare.com website. Hourly Care availability as well as payment options are all available online! After completion of the CYP registration families may utilize this service. Please visit https://myffr.navyaims.com/wbwsc/koreacyms.wsc/wbsplash.html?wbp=1
Recreational School Age Program
Throughout the school year, CFAC Child & Youth Programs offers free recreational programs for ages K5-age 12 that highlight the five Navy CYP Core Programs: Health and Wellness, the Arts, Education & STEM, Leadership & Service, and Sports & Recreation. It is important to note that on “School Day Outs,” the CYP also offers hourly care services for school aged participants. During the Winter, Spring, and Summer Breaks, the Recreational School Age Program does not operate, as the facility conducts full time custodial care camps for ages K5-12.
If you would like to enroll your child in weekly camps, please request care on the www.MilitaryChildCare.com website.
CFAC Child & Youth Programs provide targeted teen programs based off of interests and trends that may include lock-ins, field trips, and recreational activities. The Teen Room is located within the CYP building and accessible to teens on “School Day Outs” and School Breaks during marketed operational hours. The majority of the recreational activities are FREE and activities that require a fee more often apply to trips and teen lock-ins
Youth Sports & Fitness
Commander Fleet Activities Chinhae CYP does not operate a Navy CYP baseline sports program. However, team sports are available if there is enough community interest to execute the season. Youth Sports & Fitness Clinics and Camps are also available from CYP and based off surveyed community interest. Throughout the year, the CYP provides sports & fitness activities marketed towards the Recreational School Age Program.
DoD Schools & Child and Youth Educational Services
There is no DOD school on the Commander Fleet Activities Chinhae Base.
The School Liaison Officer (SLO) supports Military and DoD Families stationed in Chinhae and Busan areas with a wide range of services. The SLO disseminates information on Non-DoDs School Program, the Connected Magazine listing International School options in the surrounding area, and home-schooled resources.
The Non-DoD School Program (NDSP) is an option for command sponsored families stationed outside of the United States where DODEA schools are not available. The NDSP does not inspect or certify schools; families select the schools that work best for the needs of their children. For more information on NDSP and how it will support your child's education needs while stationed overseas, please visit their website at https://www.dodea.edu/nonDoD/index.cfm
Please contact the School Liaison Officer at 050-3363-8771/ DSN: 763-8771 or Korea.SLO@fe.navy.mil for more information.