Parent Central Services - Schofield Barracks

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Geographical Address

Duty Station (or best approximation)
Public Address
241 Hewitt Street Bldg. 1283 Schofield Barracks 96857 United States

Contact Info

Schofield Barracks: +1 (808)655-5314 | Aliamanu Military Reservation: +1 (808)833-5393
Operating Hours
Monday - Friday: 8:00am-5:00pm | By Appointment Only.

Registration Locations & Hours of OperationEligibility

Eligibility Criteria for CYS Services Programs is contingent on the status of the sponsor and is verified at registration.

Eligible patrons include:

  • Active duty Military personnel
  • DoD civilian employees paid from either appropriated funds (APF) or non-appropriated funds (NAF)
  • Reserve component Military personnel on active duty or inactive duty training status
  • Combat-related wounded warriors
  • Surviving spouses of military members lost due to a combat-related incident
  • Those acting in loco parentis for the dependent child of an otherwise eligible patron
  • Eligible employees of DoD contractors
  • Others authorized on a space-available basis


Required forms for registering in CYS Services include:

  • Application for Department of Defense Child Care Fees, DD 2652 (not applicable to hourly care)
  • USDA Form
  • CYS Services Health Screening Tool, DA 7625-1, Tool 1 or DA 7725
  • Child Health Assessment (complete Parts A, B & C or Part A + school physical) Due within 30 days of registration
  • Family Care Plan for single/dual military only. Due within 30 days of registration

These forms are only available in person at CYS or Parent Central Services

 Program Specific Forms

 Kids on Site (Program Temporarily Discontinued):

  • CYS Services Health Screening Tool, DA 7625-1, Tool 1 or DA 7725
  • Child Health Assessment (complete Parts A, B & C or Part A + school physical) Due within 30 days of registration
  • First time users, current immunization record only (0-5 and those school age not enrolled in public school)

Youth Programs:

  • CYS Services Registration Form
  • Application for Department of Defense Child Care Fees, DD 2652, (if utilizing Before/School or Summer Camp)
  • CYS Services Health Screening Tool, DA 7625-1, Tool 1 or DA 7725, (complete only if physician documented special needs)


  • CYS Services Health Screening Tool, DA 7625-1, Tool 1 or DA 7725


Waiting List

The Installation will establish a Waiting List when the spaces for each child age group are filled and there are no additional spaces to offer. The Waiting List is limited to patrons who are still actively seeking child care.

When a space becomes available, patrons are offered a viable space.  A viable space is defined as any opening within the CYS Services delivery system to include Child Development Centers, Family Child Care Homes, School Age Centers, Homes Off-Post and Community Based Programs.

Children transferring to the Installation whose parents have requested care prior to arrival are placed on the Projected Demand Sub-waiting List. This list is maintained by sponsor priority for care and date of request for care. Parents must update their information every 90 days to remain on the list.



Fees are set according to Department of Defense (DoD) policy. Fees may be higher in Hawaii than your previous post. USAG-HI uses the High Cost Fee Structure. Fees are based on total family income (TFI) in a sliding scale per DoD policy.

TFI is defined as all earned income including wages, salaries, tips, special duty pay (flight pay), Active Duty demo pay, sea pay), Active Duty save pay, long-term disability benefits, voluntary salary deferrals, retirement or other pension income including SSI paid to the spouse and VA benefits paid to the surviving spouse before deductions for taxes.

Parent fees are determined during the registration process prior to enrollment in a regularly scheduled Child Development Center (CDC), Family Child Care Home (FCC), School Age Care (SAC) or Youth Center and annually thereafter. All fees are subsidized.


A multiple child reduction (MCR) discount will be given to families when more than one child is enrolled in regularly scheduled child care programs. MCRs are not applied to Hourly Care, SKIES Unlimited fees or School Age occasional user fee.

Team Sports Multiple Child Reduction (TSMCR) Discount.  This will be given to a family with multiple children (after the first) participating in the same team sport (i.e., the first child pays the full fee, remaining children receive MCR discount).

Parent Participation Discount (PPD) Parents may earn a fee reduction for participating in CYS Services Programs.

Coaches Discounts This discount is paid at the end of the season and does not apply to the uniform cost. This discount is based on the category of the sport that is being coached.

Hardship Cases Patrons facing long or short term financial difficulties that effect their ability to meet established child care fees or payment schedules may request evaluation as a hardship case in writing. Such cases must be evaluated by a community financial planning services (such as Army Community Service). Financial Hardship reductions must be re-evaluated at least every six months. Families needing assistance with fees must request this exception to policy with a written request and supporting documentation through the soldier's chain of command to the program director. The program director will then pass it through the chain of command for a decision by the Garrison Commander's designee.

Termination of Services If full payment for the month is not received by the last working day of the month, services will be terminated unless a command-approved financial hardship waiver is completed.

Tax Receipts Tax receipts are provided at the end of the year.


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