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Parent Central Services – Registration

Newcomers - New Registration

For CDC New Registration (Only), SAC, and YS Program, New and Renewals CYS Registration for Membership are all done by appointments.  Contact Parent Central Services Office at 334-255-9638/2447/0621 to schedule an appointment. 

Renewal Registration for Child Development Center

All Registration Renewals for Child Development Center will be done by appointment.

Child Development Center, Bldg. 8938,

Location: Red Cloud Road, Fort Novosel, Ala. 36362.

Ms. Tyler Thrasher, Parent Central Services Admin for CDC will be conducting the Registration Renewal Appointment. Contact No. (334)255-9531.

Hours of Operation: 0630-2:00, Mon-Fri. 

Additional Information: Parent can upload shots records, and Health Assessments to their household account by following the below instruction:

Accessing Household account.

Enter user ID and password,

Click on my account,

then stroll down to documents upload.

Once document upload, notify Parent Central Services that you have uploaded your documents to your household account.  Please “Do Not” upload Health Screening Tool and Financial documents such as LES, Paystub, Tax documents. 

Patrons will then notify Parent Central Services Office for School Age (SAC), Youth Services and Sport’s Department at (334)-255-9836/2447/0621.

All renewals are done by schedule appointments. To finalize renewal registration by bring in the required documents (Health Screening Tool and Financial Documents such as LES/Paystub and/or Tax Documents ) If your child is ONLY using Sport, Financial information is not needed.

Registration and Forms

1. Make an Appointment at Parent Central Services

Parent Central Services is your one stop shop for access to all programs. This is where you will find the instructions and forms to enroll your children with CYS and to register for:

  • Childcare: Child Development Center (CDC), School-Age Center (SAC) and Army Child Care in Your Neighborhood (ACCYN) community based center programs.
  • Youth Program (Middle School and Teens) 
  • Parent Education

To streamline the process and save you time, review the instructions and complete the forms before making your visit to Parent Central Services.

To begin, stop by Parent Central Services or call for an appointment.


2. Complete Required Forms

6 Week-5 Years Old
1st-6th Grade+
Required Annually
Registration Checklist (PDF) 1 per family N/A  
Health Assessment (PDF) 1 per child N/A YES
Child Care Fees and LES (PDF) 1 per family N/A YES
Shot Records (you provide) 1 per child N/A YES
Immunization Schedule updated April 2013 (PDF) 1 per child 1 per child  
Health Screening Tool (PDF) 1 per child 1 per child YES


3. Complete Forms If Applicable

6 Week-5 Years Old
1st-6th Grade+
Required Annually
Respiratory Medical Action Plan (PDF) 1 per child 1 per child X as applicable
Special Diet (PDF) 1 per child 1 per child X as applicable
Allergy Medical Action Plan (PDF) 1 per child 1 per child X as applicable
Diabetic Medical Action Plan (PDF) 1 per child 1 per child X as applicable
Seizure Medical Action Plan (PDF) 1 per child 1 per child X as applicable


4. Bring Forms to your Parent Central Services Appointment

Our expert staff will complete your registration electronicall and issue your registration card and password.


5. Enroll in Programs


Military Family Types and DoD Priority - Supplanting Matrix

Military Priority Chart

Family Letter


What is

MCC is a Department of Defense website for military families seeking child care. This single online gateway provides access to comprehensive information on military-operated and military-subsidized child care options worldwide across all Services. It enables you to search for and request care, manage your requests, and update your profile online, making it easier for you to find the child care you need. MCC supports requests for full time and part time care. Programs will continue to manage requests for hourly care outside of MCC until this functionality becomes available in the system.

1.       Showcases all programs. All military child care programs and approved community programs are presented online with pertinent details that help you make informed child care decisions.

2.       Allows families to manage their child care requests. You can search for and submit unlimited requests for care at any time for any location. You can request care across Services, remain on waitlists for a preferred program even after being offered care by another program, and access your My Requests page to review and manage your requests.

3.       Allows families to update their household profile. You create and maintain a household profile, which is accessible at all times and shared with programs of your choice. The profile stores basic information such as sponsor name, contact information, family type, and child data.

4.       Enhances and streamlines communication. Email notifications are automatically generated by the system and consist of confirmations and reminders. You also have access to My Messages, which provides additional information about specific requests and serves as a supplement to email notifications. In addition, the Help Desk is available to answer questions.


Families at Fort Novosel have access to a new Department of Defense (DoD) website designed to simplify and improve the child care request for care process. (MCC) provides a single online gateway for families to access military-operated or military-subsidized child care options worldwide across all Services. The site enables families to create a household profile, conduct child care searches, submit requests for care, and manage their requests at any time and from any location.

The new DoD site – which is being introduced worldwide in phases – offers a more streamlined approach to finding and requesting care, expedites placement through a standardized request process and wait-list management tools, and provides reports that help programs better plan for future placement needs.

Through, eligible families can search and request care for full day and part day options in facility-based and home-based programs for children from birth through age 12. Families may remain on a preferred program’s waitlist even after being offered care or enrolling in another program.

For additional information, go to or contact the Help Desk by calling the toll free number, +1 (855)696-2934 or emailing 

Watch a video explaining how MCC works.