(858) 577-4136 • Bldg. 2700
Mon-Fri (6:30am - 6pm) / Sat: Open Recreation Only (12:30 - 4:30pm) / Sun (Closed)
To view pictures of our new Youth Sports Complex, click [ here ].
The Youth Center has something for everyone under 18: The Part Day Preschool Program for 3 to 5 year olds, the School Age Care Program for Kindergarten - 6th grade. The Teen Center for 7th - 12th grade, and the Youth Program that offers sports teams and other specialized programs for kids of all ages.
> THE EXCELLENCE IN YOUTH SPORTS AWARD Our Youth Sports Program is a recipient of a 2010 Excellence in Youth Sports Award, presented by the National Alliance of Youth Sports (NAYS). NAYS received applications from all over the world and chose 25 for the final round of applications. Of the 25, five deserving programs were chosen for an Excellence in Youth Sports Award and we were one of them. Miramar Youth Sports was presented an Excellence in Youth Sports Award during the NAYS Youth Sports Congress in conjunction with the Athletic Business Conference & Expo, December 1-4, 2010 in San Diego, CA. For more information about the award, click [ here ].
>WE ARE A PEANUT-FREE ZONE! For the safety of children who have life-threatening peanut allergies, please do not bring peanuts, or nut products into this facility. Thanks! [ Peanut-Free Flier ].
> MCAS MIRAMAR MONTH OF THE MILITARY CHILD FAMILY FUN DAY
Secretary of Defense Caspar W. Weinberger in l986 designated each April as “The Month of the Military Child”. Recognizing the contribution that the military child makes as their parent or parents serve our nation, it is during April of each year that all branches of services provide special days and events to honor the family and their children.
The military child as they grow and become youth into the teenage years, is an inspiration and a source of pride for our nation. Frequent moves and family separations through deployments, and then the reintegration issues make life especially challenging. Often military children are looked up to for their resilience and ability to deal with life changing events.
MCAS Miramar, MCCS, and the Miramar Youth & Teen Center are proud to celebrate the military child and appreciate you forwarding the attached flyer for our Month of the Military Child Family Fun Day to your distribution lists. All eligible military patrons and Boys & Girls Clubs that serve military families through OJP and Military Outreach are welcome to attend.
You can also find the flyer at: http://www.scribd.com/doc/132498062/FamilyFunDay-docx.
For more information, contact Resource & Referral at 858-577-6959. Boys & Girls Clubs, please contact Alisha Harrison at 858-577-4121 prior to the event to make arrangements for attendance.
Thank you in advance for your support!
> MCAS MIRAMAR YOUTH & TEEN CENTER SUMMER CAMP 12 JUNE - 30 AUG 2013 for grade levels: Kindergarden thru 6th Grade. • ENROLLMENT DATES: May 6th: Existing School Age Care Participants/Single & Dual Parent Military Personnel, All Services May 13th: Active Duty living or stationed at MCAS Miramar - This is to include All DOD, GS, Active Reservists and Federal Employees May 20 Open Enrollment to all eligible patrons.
Call, or [ email ] the Resource & Referral Office at -577-6959. Click [ here ] for a flier.
> YOUTH & TEEN CENTER DEPLOYMENT SUPPORT GROUP / TEEN TRANSPORTATION Deployment Support Group for ages 5 years and up. For ages 10-14yrs additional information is available by emailing: Ashley Wilson... or by contacting the Resource & Referral Office at 858-577-6959 for the meeting schedule and registration.
Teen Center Bus Transportation
(7th Grade and Older)
$45.00 a month for morning & afternoon bus service Open enrollment for:
- Mira Mesa High School
- Scripps Ranch High School
- Marshall Middle School
- Wangenheim Middle School
- Challenger Middle School
> DEPLOYMENT SUPPORT GROUPS• • • > LITTLE HEARTS APART [ flier ]
Deployment support groups are held at the Miramar Youth & Teen Center and provide opportunities for children ages 5 and older to participate in weekly hands on activities. During the 45 minutes of group time, we will facilitate the use of problem solving and coping skills while providing a safe space for children to connect, network, and support each other.
Current Groups Schedule:
Monday through Thursday: 4:15-5:00pm
For more information please call: 858-577-4136, or contact Ashley Wilson.
>THE FIRST TEE Cindy Kelliher, PGA / LPGA teaches life skills and character education through golf - FREE OF CHARGE to school-age children of military personnel and civilian employees! Sign up today. For more information call the Youth Center Resource & Referral Office at (858) 336-3565. [ flier ]
>INCLUSION ACTION TEAM Does your child have a diagnosed medical condition such as Asthma, ADHD, Allergies, etc? If so, help us support your child by enrolling in our Inclusion Action Team (IAT) Program! [ flier ]
>MCAS MIRAMAR'S CHILD, YOUTH & TEEN CENTER'S DANCE CLASSES Multiple class levels available! For more information, click [ here ]!
>YOUTH & TEEN CENTER PARENT ADVISORY BOARD Parents from all Miramar Youth & Teen Center program components are offered the opportunity to be involved, actively and directly, in quality assurance initiatives and provide feedback to staff and providers from a parental perspectives about the quality and needs for Youth & Teen programs. A Parent Advisory Board (PAB) shall be established in accordance with the Marine Corps Order and includes parent involvement to serve on the board from each component of the Children, Youth and Teen Programs. The Board shall meets quarterly with program staff for the purpose of discussing concerns and offering improvements to fostering resilient and self-sufficient families that enhance military readiness. The Parent Advisory Board shall forward recommendations for improving services and shall be responsible for developing, coordinating, and overseeing implementation of the parent participation program. Activities for parents, with children birth through 18 years of age, shall include but are not limited to volunteer activities, special program events, and parent education programs in coordination with CYTP and other service organizations. [ flier ]
> GET INVOLVED through attending one, or more of our upcoming Parent Advisory Board Meetings & Elections, or by contacting the Child, Youth & Teen Program Manager: Alisha Harrision at (858) 577-4121.
>OUR HOURLY CAREPROGRAM is for children ages 6 weeks through Pre-K. This program is offered to Parent/Guardians who need a few hours at the gym, have a medical appointment, need to do some grocery shopping or just need a break. Active Duty stationed at Miramar, Camp Pendleton, and MCRD can reserve a spot up to 2 weeks in advance. All others can call 24 hours in advance to check for availability. A maximum of 12 hours per week, maximum 6 hours per day per child is allowed. The cost is $5.00 an hour or $1.25 for every 15 minutes per child. The indoor environment is organized with learning centers in the areas of: Dramatic Play, Arts & Crafts, Manipulative Play and Construction. The outdoor area consists of a variety of age-appropriate toys.
>THE STUDENT TO STUDENT PROGRAM
The Student 2 Student Initiative includes the high school Student 2 Student (S2S) and the middle school Junior Student 2 Student (JS2S) programs. Each meets very real transitioning student needs with:
Immediate peer credibility
Positive peer relationships
A team from a school campus is trained to return to their home campus to provide leadership for training other students on methods to support students who are transitioning to or from their school. The team is composed of advisors and students. The focus is student-centered, and is student-led, with close supervision. The development of student trainers who can return to their home campus to train other peers is critical to the success and credibility of the program. [ more ]
> DO YOU NEED A RIDE? We are now taking enrollment for our Before and After School Program and Transportation Services to a number of local area schools for youth and teens aged 5-18. For information on the schools which transportation is available to, click [ here ]. To contact someone about this program by phone, call (858) 577-6959 for more details.
> AN AWARD-WINNING FACILITY! The Merit Awards for Program Excellence, sponsored by MetLife Foundation, is presented for outstanding programs developed and implemented in Boys & Girls Clubs across the country. This year, representatives at your MCCS Miramar Youth & Teens Center earned this prestigious award! [more ]
> THE FIRST TEE - MILITARY AFFILIATE PROGRAM: Learn Life Skills and Character Education through Golf. Available FREE OF CHARGE to school-age children of military personnel and civilian employees. Contact the Youth Center Resource & Referral Office at (858) 577-6959, of click [ here ] to download a flier.
> CYTP FEE CHARTS for our School Age Care programs and our Part-Day Preschool programs can be downloaded by clicking [ here ]. If you have any problems opening this files, please try downloading this file.
> OFF BASE CHILD CARE FEE ASSISTANCE MODIFICATION Updates to this program offers accessibility to geographically-challenged Marines. [ more ]
The Before and After School Program This program
is designed for youth between Kindergarten - 6th grade. We are accredited by COA (Council on Accreditation). Organized and supervised activities include:
Homework help, crafts, games, sports, music and dance, library activities, movie theater, science and computer.
Transportation is included and available for before and after school program participants who attend the following local schools: Hage Elementary, Wangenheim Middle, Miramar Ranch Elementary, Mason Elementary, and Walker Elementary.
The program fee is based on family income.
Winter, spring, summer and fall camps are also available.
>BEFORE AND AFTER-SCHOOL FEE AGREEMENT: For a copy of our fee structure, click [ here ].
The Part-Day Preschool Program This program
is offered to children ages 3-5 and potty-trained.
Part-Day Preschool Programs offer Monday, Wednesday & Friday 4-5y Pre-Kindergarten classes 0830-1130 and
1230-1530. Tuesday & Thursday 0830-1130. To download our current Part-Day Preschool Fees, click
[ here ].
Each counselor is trained, qualified and dedicated to caring for your child. Miramar Youth Sports
To view the new Youth Sports Complex, click [ here ].
Miramar Youth Sports are designed to encourage sportsmanship, working with others to attain a common goal and to help develop skills in many team sports. To that extent, we offer the following sports, along with this Youth Sport Registration Packet
*** Coaches Are Needed For All Sports.
>SPRING SOCCER REGISTRATION
Open to children of all Active, Retired, Reservists and DOD employees.
Season begins: April 6 thru May 11, 2013
Sign Up: Open now
Last Day to sign up: March 5, 2013
Ages: 3-17 Years old
16-17 years old please call the Youth Center for more information.
Cost: $55.00 includes - jersey, shorts, socks and trophy and pictures (League Memory Mate, 1 team photo 6"X8", Individual Photo 3"x5", Photo Button).
Most games are played on Saturdays and all Games and practices are at Miramar Marine Corps Air Station
Space is limited for all age groups so sign up early!
Mandatory Assessments for ages 6 and up will be held on Saturday, March 16, 2013 at 1:00PM, Youth Sports Complex Gym.
We cannot guarantee requests for same teams, practice days or coaches.
"MCCS Youth Sports welcome people of all abilities."
To register or if you would like assistance please call: 858-577-6959 Office
2013 YOUTH SPORTS SCHEDULE
Click [ here ] to download a pdf featuring what's new for 2013!
Miramar Youth Sports is open to the dependents of ALL active duty military, reservists, retired military, and DOD employed civilians in ALL areas. (Schedule and age divisions are subject to change.)
*** Coaches are always needed ***
Call 577-6959 to register. The Teen Center This center
is available for all active duty, retired and DOD family members from 7th - 12th grade. They are affiliated with the Boys & Girls Club of America, which allows them to participate in their programs and activities. The Teen Center has state-of-the-art computers to help with homework or just for enjoyment. There are pool and foosball tables, video games, contests, Xbox gaming, DVD and big-screen TV and more. The Center offers opportunities to satisfy community service and volunteer hour requirements. In addition, they offer:
Field trips to entertainment parks and plays
Community service projects, fund raisers and discussions
Homework help and tutoring
Boys & Girls Club programs: Smart Girls, Passport to Manhood, Keystone Club
Teen Center Hours
- School In-Session 1500-1800
- Seasonal Recess 1000-1800
- “Saturday Night Live”1800-2330 Ages 13y to 18y-Currently Enrolled in High School
Teen Center School Transportation $45.00/month
- Mira Mesa High
- Scripps Ranch High
- Wangenheim Middle
- Marshall Middle Open Recreation Saturday (excluding Federal Holidays) Kindergarten - 12th grade, from 1300-1800.
> NEW ADDITION TO THE OPEN RECREATION AND YOUTH PROGRAMS