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Welcome to the Tobyhanna Army Depot Youth Services Program. We offer a Middle School and Teen Program complete with Homework and Computer Lab and certified teachers to help you. This Open Recreation program is in operation Monday through Friday, 3:00 - 6:00. Our MST Lounge is open Monday through Thursday evenings 6:30 - 8:30. Monday evenings are 4-H nights and Friday evenings we are open from 6:30 - 10:00 pm. Special programs and activities are also scheduled for our youth in grades K – 5. We hope you will enjoy the wide range of events and activities available to you and your family.
Please remember– MST programming is available to registered youth grade 6 & up. Registered youth younger than Grade 6 may participate in up to 10 hours free in the SAS open recreation program at the CDC Monday thru Friday. Please call (570) 615-6559 for registration and reservation information. If you are not participating in SAS or MST we hope that you will join us in our SKIES Unlimited programming and Volunteer opportunities. MST Volunteer meetings will meet the last Tuesday of every month in Bldg. 221
The staff at Youth Services recognizes that quality youth programming is a vital need. As a developmental and educational program, we offer youth varied opportunities to develop physically, socially, emotionally, intellectually and independently. A calendar of events is planned monthly by our Middle School and Teen participants, with guidance from the YS staff. We understand that all youth are not the same. Their needs vary based on their ages, personalities, abilities, likes/dislikes and cultural backgrounds. All of these traits are taken into consideration when planning events/activities for YS. It is our hope that all youth who participate in our program will feel respected, appreciated and welcome. Youth learn best through positive role-modeling. All staff are trained to facilitate and role model while guiding and supporting the youth.
Page Last Updated 05-Mar-2014