School Age Centers
- We're Not Any After School Program. We're SAC!
We are happy to welcome you and your child into our School Age Centers (SAC). It is the mission of Fort Campbell SAC to promote quality of life by supporting Army readiness. SAC provides affordable before-school and after-school care in a quality program that meets the needs of youth and parents. In addition to before and after school care, separate SAC camps are operated during Winter and Spring breaks. During the summer months, SAC operates a full day camp. Fort Campbell SAC is nationally accredited by the Council on Accreditation (COA). This accreditation assures parents of a commitment to responsive and loving care, trained and competent staff, a safe and healthy environment, and consistent program improvement and quality.
- Online Services
CYS Services now offers a new online service to begin the registration process and to pay your SAC monthly bill. Please click here and get started.
- About SAC
Fort Campbell SAC is a Boys & Girls Club and 4-H Club program. The Boys & Girls Clubs of America promote positive youth development through the provision of opportunities for young people to develop the skills they will need to become successful and contributing members of their communities. A variety of club-based programs are offered at all the SAC sites in four service areas: Sports & Fitness, Fine Arts, Citizenship & Leadership, and Leisure & Recreation.
A major club program offered during the school year is our Academic Power Hour - this is an after school club that allows youth to work on homework assignments with qualified staff to assist them and the opportunity to engage in other higher learning activities to make learning fun! As a 4-H Club, SAC provides informal, hands-on educational experiences that guide children and youth to become responsible and productive citizens in their communities. The 4-H Clubs offered are Citizenship Club, Technology Club, the Photography Club, and the Fine Arts Club. All children will be required to follow the SAC Bully Policy .
- Age Requirements
The policy of the Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) is that children must be five years old by September 1st of the year they are enrolled in Kindergarten for all DoD schools.
Proof of your child's age must be provided through documentation such as a birth certificate or passport.
Students enrolling in DoD domestic schools may also be asked to show on base residence for off‐post.
- According to the State Department of Education, children entering Kindergarten shall be five (5) years of age on or before August 15 for the 2014‐15 school year.
- Tennessee State Law also requires that a student going into the first grade must show proof of attendance in an accredited kindergarten program.
- Bus Transportation
Fort Campbell SAC offers bus transportation to and from on-post schools. We also serve the following off-post, elementary schools: Barkers Mill, Kenwood, Northeast, Pisgah, and West Creek from sites Airborne1231 or Bastogne 1232. Glenellen, Liberty, Minglewood, Ringgold and Woodlawn from Gate 10 7402. The Bus Transportation Schedule will provide you with information regarding bus schedules. Times are subject to change depending on traffic and other considerations. Please also review the official SAC Inclement Weather/Snow Policy. All children riding the bus will be required to follow the Bus Rider Code of Conduct.
Bus and Zoning Information
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If you have questions, please call +1 (931)358‐4089 for more information.
- SAC Saturdays
3rd Saturday of each month, 1pm to 5pm
Open to Kindergarten thru 5th Graders
Activities will be provided at Airborne School Age Center (SAC)
Must be registered with CYS to use SAC Saturdays.
Free to all currently enrolled patrons.
Children not enrolled in the regular SAC program will pay an hourly care fee of $4 per hour.
All registrations will be made through Parent Central Services.
- School Age Centers Summer Camp Program
The SAC summer camp program is a nine week program, beginning June 1st and ending July 31st. To attend summer camp you must be registered with CYSS and complete an orientation. Orientations are held Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11:30 a.m. at each site. Reservations are required for orientations.
Hours of operation: 5:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday-Friday. Daily camps are offered to include the following: Art, Sports, Science, Drama, Music, Media, Cooking, and Gardening.
Field trips are offered throughout the week and sign ups are on Mondays at 10:00 a.m. Children sign themselves up for field trips. Daily programming plans are facilitated throughout the day. All activities are child driven.
Visit MWR's CYS Online Services page to reserve hourly care, make payments, sign up for activities, view child care statements and much more!