NEWS

 

Child Development Center to Reopen Monday

2-19-21

As you know, the center suffered significant water damage last week. We are pleased to report that, despite this damage, the CDC will be OPEN on Monday. In order to accommodate the repair work, we have made the following programming adjustments:

- The CDC will be open ONLY to those parents who had previously scheduled care for the week of February 22-26.

- The center’s hours are being temporarily adjusted to 0700 to 1600.

- Some classrooms have been relocated. The front desk staff will be available to direct you to your child’s temporary classroom when you arrive on Monday.

Earlier today, we contacted all parents who were scheduled for care next week to inform them of these changes. If you did not receive a phone call from us, please contact the CDC at 817-782-7520 during business hours.

In addition, we may have a few extra spaces available for children. To check availability, please call the CDC at 817-782-7520 on Monday. Any available spaces will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

We know how much families depend on this service. Please know we will make every effort to get back to regularly programming as quickly as possible. If you need additional information, please call 817-782-7520.

Thank you for your patience and support while we work through these challenges. Have a good weekend and please be safe.

- The CDC will be open ONLY to those parents who had previously scheduled care for the week of February 22-26.

- The center’s hours are being temporarily adjusted to 0700 to 1600.

Thank you for your patience and support while we work through these challenges. Have a good weekend and please be safe.


Home-based Childcare Providers Wanted

2-12-21

MWR is currently accepting applications for Child Daycare Home (CDH) Providers. These individuals provide care in their home for children between the ages of 6 weeks and 12 years. They are responsible for caring for the children and helping them develop intellectually, emotionally, and socially, so that they are prepared for school.

Overview

- Providers are self-employed and can set their own rates and work either full-time or part-time.
- Providers also set their own hours. Evenings, weekends, and emergency care availability are very much in demand.
- Providers must live on base OR within 30 minutes of the base.

Process

- Off base Providers will need to be certified the State of Texas, and then by the MWR Children and Youth Program (CYP).
- On base Providers will need to obtain certification from MWR.
- Providers will need to provide proof of homeowner’s or renter’s insurance.
- Extensive background checks will be conducted for the Provider AND for any other adults living in the house.
- Providers will need to complete the MWR training, which consists of 40 hours.
- The CDH Monitor-Family team will conduct a preliminary inspection of the home.
- The CDH Monitor, Fire, Safety and Medical team will then conduct a final inspection of the home.
-  A final inspection will be done, and then repeated annually.
- Providers are visited monthly by the CDH Monitor to ensure they are incompliance with all Navy CDH certification requirements.

For more information, please contact Amy McNish at the MWR Child Development Center, 817-782-7520.  

 

100 Mile Club Standings

Through February 19

Note that in addition to the group runs, you are welcome to hit the trails on your own. Just send a screenshot of run to fwmwrfitness@gmail.com. Keep up the great work!

NAS JRB: 219.03

MAG-41: 207.29

Tactical Wing Support: 12.89

CNFK DET 82825:  5.45