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Youth Education Support Services
Bldg. 503B, Room 223
Fort Bliss, TX 79916
Phone: (915) 568-2784
Fax: (915) 568-2144

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Mission

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Work with School Liaison, SKIESunlimited, Youth Centers, and community organizations to provide educational and extracurricular activities for youth. Provide resource materials to assist parents/youth in understanding transition polices and provide Sponsorship for incoming and outgoing youth. Provide information on Secondary Education Opportunities, e.g. Scholarships and Career Counseling. Provide information on leadership opportunities such as Youth Action Council, Installation Volunteer Program, Post Teen Council, and Speak Out for Military Kids.

 

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Youth Sponsorship

Getting ready for another move and want to find out about your new community? Why not let one of our youth sponsors help you.

Fort Bliss youth sponsors can answer questions about your new school, academic requirements, what to do, where to go, what to wear, find activities and clubs that interest you, and many other things.

Just fill out the Youth Sponsorship Form (PDF) and we'll match you up with another student with similar interests and hobbies.

Student 2 Student (S2S)

The Military Child Education Coalition has created a unique initiative called the Student 2 Student (S2S) program. The program uses 3 modules, Academics, Relationships, and Finding the Way, all designed towards making high school students feel welcome and accepted.

El Paso was chosen as a pilot installation to receive Junior Student 2 Student (JS2S). In Oct 07, middle schools in Canutillo, El Paso, Socorro, and Ysletta ISDs received transition training similar to that received by high schools.

Canutillo ISD

  • Canutillo HS
  • Canutillo MS
  • Alderete MS

El Paso ISD

  • Austin HS
  • Burgess HS
  • Chapin HS
  • Andress HS
  • Armendariz MS
  • Magoffin MS
  • Morehead MS
  • Ross MS
  • Terrace Hills MS
  • El Paso HS
  • Bassett MS
  • Macarthur MS
  • Nolan Richardson MS
  • Canyon Hills MS
  • Charles MS
  • Wiggs MS

Socorro ISD

  • Americas HS
  • El Dorado HS
  • Montwood HS
  • Sun Ridge MS
  • Ensor MS
  • Paso del Norte MS
  • Clark MS
  • Bill Sybert MS
  • Montwood MS
  • El Dorado 9th grade center
  • Hernando MS
  • Jane Hambrick MS
  • John Drugan MS

Ysletta ISD

  • Bel Air HS
  • Del Valle HS
  • Eastwood HS
  • Hanks HS
  • Parkland HS
  • Valley View MS
  • Parkland MS

Upcoming Events

Want to get involved, find events in the community that interest you? Check out the FMWR and CYSS pages. You can also visit them on Facebook at Bliss-CYSS

The mission of Child, Youth and School Services is to provide affordable, high-quality age-appropriate recreational and learning programs that incorporate character building concepts through activities and social interaction for all children. Click below for upcoming and ongoing events and activities.

Scholarship Information

This list is not inclusive of the thousands of available scholarships; however it does give you a good starting point and includes many scholarships available to children of military members and retirees. Deadlines and requirements vary so be sure to thoroughly examine the criteria for each scholarship.

 

 

Commissary/Fisher House Scholarships for Military Children

The 2012 Scholarship Program is now closed, check back for information in December about the 2013 program.

Army ROTC Scholarships
Air force ROTC Scholarships
Navy ROTC Scholarships
Marine Corps ROTC Scholarship
If you are planning on attending a four-year college and are interested in receiving a tuition scholarship along with some of the best leadership training available, an ROTC scholarship may be right for you.
Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) Scholarship Fund
Air Force Aid Society Scholarships
AER Scholarship Program
Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Scholarship Program
American Legion Need a Lift Program
You will find many scholarships offered by each branch of the military and military affiliated organizations.
State Veterans Benefits Special educational benefits and aid are available for veterans and their dependants.
U.S. Department of Education
Federal Employee Education and Assistance Fund
Federal Student Aid
DoDEA Financial Aid for College Links
4-H Scholarships
National and Federal aid is available through organizations such as DoDEA, the Department of Education and others.
Scholarship Help
Federal Children's Scholarship Handbook
Military Children's Scholarship Handbook
Information on finding and applying for scholarships, selecting a college, credit card/debt management, dealing with roommates, and many other topics can be found on these sites. Many offer free or downloadable resources.

Folds of Honor
Foundation

Immediate Use, Re-Apply, Transition Scolarship

Future Use Scholarship

Children's Scholarship

Operation Military Kids

Operation Military Kids (OMK) is the U.S. Army's collaborative effort with America's communities to support children and youth impacted by deployment and transition.

Speak Out for Military Kids trains military and non-military kids to advocate for military connected youth and to raise community awareness of issues faced by geographically dispersed military youth.

View video produced by Fort Bliss Kids.

To find out more about the program or to join email usarmy.bliss.imcom-fmwrc.mbx.school-liaison-office@mail.mil

Resources for Parents

A well designed plan will help ease transitions for incoming and outgoing students. Below you will find helpful information and tools to make your school move as smooth as possible.

Interactive Learning/Educational Sites for Youth

We have a hunger of the mind which asks for knowledge of all around us, and the more we gain, the more is our desire; the more we see, the more we are capable of seeing. –Maria Mitchell

Interactive student activities in Language Arts, Social Sciences, Science, Math, Foreign Languages, Technology, and Literacy.

Teen Council

This group is actively involved in the planning and development of activities offered at YS, organizes events, sponsors community outreach, etc... Members will receive valuable community service hours as well as learn leadership skills.

Volunteer in Public Schools

Volunteering at your local school can be a rewarding experience for you and the students. Anyone who enjoys working with children or in an academic environment will benefit from sharing their time and talents.

Some volunteer activities include:

  • Be a tutor or a mentor
  • Help students with homework
  • Listen to children read
  • Play educational games with students
  • Assist with math or science
  • Share information about local history
  • Help students learn another language
  • Support special projects, activities, or field trips
  • Assist with after-school programs
  • Provide office support
  • Become involved with school leadership

Contact your local school for specific volunteer opportunities.