Fort Polk MWR
 CYS Services: Parent Central Services
Childcare Opportunities 
Fort Polk CYSS offers quality childcare and activities for children 6 weeks and older.
Once you review all your options,
 registration for all youth programs can be accomplished in one easy step at Parent Central Services Bldg 400.

Child Development Centers

offers care for children 6 weeks to 5 years old, full-time or hourly care and preschool programs. These facilities are located in Bldgs. 3349, 701, 702,and 14500.

Hours are 0545-1800.

School Age Services

provides children in grades 1-5 with care before & after school and during special summer  camps. They are open from 0545-1800. Programs are offered in Bldg 744.

Middle School & Teen Program

allows children in grades 6-12 to regularly take part in tutoring, mentoring, computer labs, sports and fitness. Emphasis is on preparing children to be active in our community. Services are in the Siegfried Youth Center Bldg 4996.

Family Child Care (FCC) Providers

offers childcare for children ages 4 weeks – 12 years old in a small, family environment. FCC is also available for extended care (mission related), and 24 hours if necessary.

  • Current Immunization Record for your children
  • Two emergency release designees in local area
  • LES and pay stubs showing your current level of total family income
  • Child Health Assessment/Sports Physical (30 days to return to our Office)
  • Parents of Special Needs children will supply medical documentation for registration in CYSS. Allergies and asthma are considered special needs.
Note: There is no registration fee thanks to the Army Family Covenant.
Forms are available at the registration office or may be downloaded from Webtrac.
Parent Education Survey 
Registration Forms 

If you register online, please call 337-531-1955 to make an appointment to complete the registration process. Also, please print out checklist and bring the items listed to Building 400 completed.

Common CYS Services Acronyms 

NAEYC - National Assosciation for the Education of Young Children - Army Child Development Centers are required to achieve this accreditation.

For more than 80 years, the National Association for the Education of Young Children has worked to raise the quality of programs for all children from birth through age eight. A major part of NAEYC's efforts to improve early childhood education is through accreditation for programs that are committed to meeting national standards of quality.

COA-- Council On Accreditation -  Required for After School Programs.

The Council on Accreditation (COA) partners with human service organizations worldwide to improve service delivery outcomes by developing, applying, and promoting accreditation standards.

  Parent Central Services Office
(formerly CERO)
6880 Radio Rd., Bldg 400
Fort Polk, LA 



Call 531-1955 for a registration appointment. 
Please plan on spending a minimum of 30 minutes with our registration staff.