A child receives a vision test at the Wilkerson Pediatric Clinic. It’s important for parents to schedule school and sports physicals soon for their children to avoid the late August rush at the Kenner Army Health Clinic.
DFMWR's Child, Youth & School Services Sports and Fitness Programs are for children ages 5-18. Child participating in the program must either be a family member of active duty military personnel, retired military personnel or a DOD civilian in Hawaii.
School Support Services is part of DFMWR's Child, Youth & School Services (CYSS). The program is responsible for the coordination and assistance of Army school-age youth with educational opportunities and information necessary to achieve academic success.
Army Youth Sponsorship Program helps youth and parents through relocation, school and other life transitions by providing much-needed resources, programs and information so that they can become more familiar with their new home in Hawaii.
The garrison's Army Continuing Education System (ACES) webpage for active duty military, reserve component military, retirees, Department of the Army civilians and their adult family members may receive counseling, information about financial aid and local programs, and enrollment in selected programs.
Representatives from the State of Hawaii Department of Labor and U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii signed an agreement, here, recently, in a formal ceremony that pledged continued support in the hiring and employment of military spouses.