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Tag: child development center
  • Pete the Cat visits Child Development Center

    Pete the Cat is a fictional cartoon cat best known for his starring role in his own New York Times bestselling children’s book series. There are currently more than 60 Pete the Cat books.
  • Month of the Military Child: My child, my hero

    The “My Child, My Hero,” display greets Schriever Child Development Center patrons and visitors from the building’s atrium. The display is part of the CDC’s Month of the Military Child observation, and includes a photo with a brief statement explaining why the child is their parent’s hero. Some of the reasons include “kind spirit,” “taught me the
  • Missoula Children’s Theatre returning to Schriever

    The Schriever School Age Care program is teaming with the Missoula Children’s Theatre company to produce “The Wiz of the West” March 27-31.The play is a spin-off of the classic “The Wizard of Oz,” but follows Dotty and her dog Mooch as they meet Tinhorn, Scared Crow and Lionel in a saga of Western adventure and personal discovery.This will be the
  • Schriever offers multiple child care options

    Team Schriever members in need of child care have several on-base options to choose from.Members complete all registration requests for all providers through the Department of Defense’s new Military Child Care website. “It’s a DOD site for families seeking child care,” said Mary Barkley, 50th Force Support Squadron Airmen and Family Services flight
  • CDC, SAC staff earn NAEYC accreditation, recognition

    Following a rigorous process in which the Schriever Child Development Center and School Age Care programs earned National Association for the Education of Young Children accreditation, the staff were able to exchange their scrub tops for something a little more elegant during a recognition dinner here Oct. 14. “This is more significant than what we
  • Slide the City returns to Schriever

    More than 370 participants slipped, slid and tubed down a 500-foot slip-and-slide as the 50th Force Support Squadron brought Slide the City back to Schriever for a second straight year Friday.This year, the slide was set up on a hill behind the fitness center, giving participants a closer experience to the slide brought to Colorado Springs Aug.
  • Website offers faster, standardized access to child care

    Parents looking for childcare on Schriever Air Force Base will soon have a faster way to find and request the care they need. The Department of Defense is rolling out a new website,, and the site will be available for Schriever members beginning July 13. “It’s a DOD site for families seeking child care,” said Mary Barkley,

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