Youth Sports and Fitness
Participants are required to be registered in CYS before enrolling in any Youth Sports and Fitness activities. To register, please visit Parent Central Services.
An annual Sports Physical must be completed annually, prior to the start of the sports season. The form must be completed with a doctor’s signature and stamp and submitted to Parent Central Services during registration.
Hint: The best time to get your child’s physical, if possible, is in July so your child’s physical will be valid for all sports for one full year.
Sports' Physical (.pdf)
- Volunteer Coaches Wanted
Did you play sports in High School or College? Have you always wanted to coach Football, Soccer or Basketball? Are you a Cheerleader at heart? Even if you have never played or coached a sport before, you can still become a certified volunteer coach!
CYS Volunteer Coaches encourage all children to explore the world of sports, learn the fundamentals of good sportsmanship and have fun at the same time. For more information, call the CYS Sports & Fitness at +0 (503)353-5612 or +0 (503)353-8067 to speak with someone who can help you become involved with our youth.
Head coaches and Assistant coaches can receive discounts. Parent Central Services will calculate discounts offered to each coach.
- Required CPR/First Aid and instructional training is provided by CYS prior to the beginning of the season
- Background checks must be cleared on all coaches prior to team assignment
- Coaches must attend one of the coaches clinics to review the rules and coaching policies and become certified through the National Alliance for Youth Sports (NAYS)
- Get Fit. Be Strong.
A comprehensive health, fitness and wellness campaign designed to increase children and youth’s physical activity and teach them healthy lifestyle techniques. The “Get Fit, Be Strong” initiative is executed in School Age Care (SAC), Middle-school/Teen Programs (MST), Child & Youth Sports & Fitness (CYSF) and Army Youth Programs in Your Neighborhood (AYPYN) Schools.
All children and youth enrolled in SAC, MST, CYSF and AYPYN programs have daily opportunities to participate in self-directed and staff-facilitated physical fitness activities while earning recognition from the President’s Challenge Physical Activity & Fitness Awards Program.
Parents and CYS/AYPYN staffs are also able to participate in this initiative, thus setting great examples and serving as role models for children and youth.
- National Alliance for Youth Sports (NAYS)
NAYS is the nation's leading youth sports educator and advocate with national programs that educate administrators, coaches, officials and parents about their roles and responsibilities in the context of youth sports, in addition to offering youth development programs for children.
Since 1993, NAYS has created a unique partnership to bring quality youth sports programs to children on military bases in CONUS or OCONUS locations.
Through NAYS CYS offers;
- youth sports coaches certification
- youth sports official training services
- parental sports education and marketing services
- Start Smart Sports Development Program for Child Development Services
- on site and on-line educational forums on Army installations worldwide
Parents have the opportunity to evaluate coaches on the NAYS website. NOTE: Parents must have the coach member number to rate their coach. You can get this number from the CYS Youth Sports & Fitness office.
Hours of Operation
|Monday||8 a.m. - 5 p.m.|
|Tuesday||8 a.m. - 7 p.m.|
|Wednesday||8 a.m. - 5 p.m.|
|Thursday||12 p.m. - 5 p.m.|
|Friday||8 a.m. - 5 p.m.|
(Ages 3-18 years) Offers developmentally appropriate opportunities for children and youth to be engaged in individual and team sports, competitions, skill building clinics and nutrition and health classes that foster development of life-long healthy habits.