By Rod Powers
Child & Youth Services offers three center-based child care programs located at Kleber, Landstuhl, and Miesau; one School Age Services program at Landstuhl and one Middle School/Teen Center. The Youth Sports & Fitness and Instructional Class programs are located on Landstuhl Post. The Child/Youth Liaison Education Outreach Services office on Pulaski Barracks provides a variety of services to include enrollment for Army child care services, resource and referral to other child care options in the community, volunteer services, and a babysitter referrals and training.
New and currently enrolled patrons must complete and update registration annually through the Central Enrollment & Registration Office, Bldg. 2898, Pulaski Barracks. Call DSN 493-4516 / 4122 or CIV 0631-3406-4516 / 4122 for more information.
The USAG-Kaiserslautern Child/Youth Services Division are committed to providing quality child/youth programs and maintaining the highest standards. All of the USAG-Kaiserslautern Child and Youth programs are certified with commendation by the Department of Defense and are accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC).
Children in the fifth grade and below require adult supervision. Children in the sixth grade and above may be left alone and may baby-sit siblings if they have ready access to adult supervision. Children in the seventh grade and above may baby-sit siblings if they have ready access to adult supervision. Subordinate commanders may supplement this policy with local guidance.
Full Day is offered and based on total family income. Hourly care is offered 6 weeks to kindergarten at $4.00 per hour. Special needs care is offered. Air Force Child Care fees vary slightly from Army Child Care fees.