Fort Huachuca, AZ
Hatfield Street, Sierra Vista, AZ 85613, USA
Phone Number: 520-533-7634
Contact: Jennifer J. Lotten
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Armed Services YMCA partners closely with our Military Leaders to provide programs and services at military installations that need it most. Many of the Armed Services YMCA Department of Defense (DoD) Affiliates are located at military hospitals and provide emergency and much needed childcare for military families dealing with medical issues. We also offer youth enrichment programs like computer learning centers and youth sports. Partnering directly with our military DoD affiliates is a cost-effective, impactful way to run programs. Less overhead means we can impact as many military families as possible and help make their lives easier.
Fort Huachuca is a United States Army installation under the command of the United States Army Installation Management Command. It is located in Cochise County, in southeast Arizona, about 15 miles north of the border with Mexico. Sierra Vista, which annexed the fort in 1971, is located south and east of the post, and Huachuca City, is to the north and east. Its major tenants are the Army Network Enterprise Technology Command (NETCOM)/9th Army Signal Command and the United States Army Intelligence Center. Libby Army Airfield is located on post and shares the runway with Sierra Vista Municipal Airport.
Fort Huachuca is also the headquarters of Army Military Affiliate Radio System (MARS). Other tenant agencies include the Joint Interoperability Test Command and the Electronic Proving Ground.
The Fort is also home to a radar-equipped aerostat, one of a series maintained for the Drug Enforcement Administration by Lockheed Martin. The aerostat is based northeast of Garden Canyon and, when extended, supports the DEA drug interdiction mission by detecting low-flying aircraft attempting to penetrate the United States.
The ASYMCA and MWR Seifert School Age Services Center:
The Seifert School-Age Center (SAC) Program offers Before- and After-School Care and Hourly Care for children from the 1st through 5th grades during the school year and Full-Day Care during school-out days and vacations. A Day Camp Program is provided during the summer and includes field trips, special events/activities, and trips to the swimming pool.
Activities are organized within four core service areas: Arts, Recreation, and Leisure; Life Skills, Citizenship, and Leadership; Sports, Fitness, and Health; and Academic Support, Mentoring, and Intervention Services. The Program is affiliated with the Armed Services YMCA, the Boys’ and Girls’ Clubs of America, 4-H, and Character Counts.
The SAC Program is nationally accredited through the National After-School Association (COA) and DoD Certified.
Program Location: Hatfield Street, Building # 52056.
Telephone: (520) 533-7634/7633
Hours/Days of Operation: 0530 to 0800 and 1430 to 1800, Monday through Friday during the school year (closed on Federal Holidays). Program is open from 0530 to 1800 on school-out days and vacations.
Grades Served: 1st through 5th
Need more information?
Please contact Ms. Jennifer Lotten, SAC Director, at 520-533-7634/7633 or by email at Jennifer.Lotten@us.army.mil.
Before- and After-School and Full-Day Programs:
Days of Operation: Monday through Friday (closed on Federal Holidays)
Hours of Operation: 0530 to 1800
Description: This Program provides appropriate activities for 1st through 5th graders of working parents requiring care during the duty day. Children can receive assistance with their homework, use the Technology Lab, and participate in other exciting and educational opportunities provided in the Army’s Baseline Programming to include Sports, Fitness, and Health options; Arts, Recreation and Leisure activities; Life Skills, Citizenship and Leadership opportunities; and Academic Support, Mentoring, and Intervention services. Patrons who use this Program are dual working parents, single working parents, or working parents with spouses who are full-time students.
Days/Hours of Operation: Monday through Friday; 0530-0800 and 1430-1700 during school days and 0530-1700 during school-out/vacation days.
Reservations can be made as far as 10 business days in advance. Minimum number of hours is one (1) per day; maximum number of hours is five (5) per week.
Description: Hourly patrons can enjoy the same activities provided in the Before- and After- School Program.