U.S. DOD Form dod-secnavinst-1710-9

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U.S. DOD Form dod-secnavinst-1710-9
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EN TO
OF FICEOF
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NAVY
THE SECRETARY
1000 NAVY PENTAGON
WASHINGTON.
D.C.
20350.1000
SECNAVINST 1710.9
ASN (M&RA) FSF
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10 February
1999
SECNAV INSTRUCTION 1710.9
From:
Secretary of the Navy
Subj :
SCHOOL-AGE CARE (SAC) PROGRAM
Encl :
(1) DOD Instruction 6060.3 of 19 Dec 96
1. Purpose. To implement enclosure (I) which prescribes
policies, procedures and assigns responsibilities for operation
of School-Age Care (SAC) Programs.
This Instruction applies to all military SAC
2. Applicability.
programs within the Department of the Navy.
3.
Responsibilities
a. The Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Manpower and
Reserve Affairs) (ASN (M&RA)) is the principal staff assistant
to the Secretary of the Navy for SAC programs and for
coordinating matters related to SAC programs and activities.
b. Within their respective Military Services, the
Commander, Navy Personnel Command, and the Marine Corps Deputy
Chief of Staff (Manpower and Reserve Affairs) shall:
Serve as the focal point to perform coordination and
information functions for all SAC policies and procedures.
(1)
(2) Keep the ASN (M&RA) apprised of issues and proposals
which could influence the policy objectives of operating
requirements set forth in enclosure (1)
(3) Ensure SAC programs are operated in accordance with
enclosure (1)
Action . Within their respective Military Services, the
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Commander, Naval Personnel Command, and the Marine Corps
Deputy Chief of Staff (Manpower and Reserve Affairs) will
implement enclosure (1) and provide training programs that
SECNAVINST 1710.9
10 FEB 1999
stress stewardship and customer orientation to ensure, as a
minimum, that commanders and SAC Program Managers fully
understand their requirements for quality SAC programs.
5. Report . Symbol DD-P&R(A) 1954(1710) is assigned to the
reporting requirement contained in paragraph 5.2.4 of enclosure
(1) and iS approved in accordance with SECNAVINST 5214.2B.
CAROLYN H. BECRAFT
V
Assistant Secretary of the Navy
(Manpower & Reserve Affairs)
Distribution:
SNDL Al (Immediate Office of the Secretary
ASN(I&E) , AAUSN only)
A3 (CNO) (Nl, N15, N4 only)
AS (NPC) (NPC-65 only) (100 copies)
A6 (cMc) (MR)
copy
to:
SNDL
B1
21A
23
24
(ASN(M&RA)),
(Secretary of Defense) (ASD(FMP), only)
(Fleet Commanders in Chief)
(Force Commanders)
(Type Commanders)
SNDL Part 2 (Shore Activities of the U.S. Navy) (less Al, A3,
A5, A6, Bl, and V)
Department of Defense
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INSTRUCTION
SECNAVINST1710.9
10 FSB 1999
December19, 1996
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SUBJECT:
School-Age
Care (SAC) Program
Refekices:(a)DoD Dnctive
1342,17, ~!amily Policy,” December 30, 1988
DoD Inmruction 6060.2, “Child Development Prqgamsj” January 19, 1993
DoD Directive 4001.1, “InstaUalion Management\” September 4, 1986
(d) DoD 5025.1-~ “DoD Directives System Procedures,” August 1994,
authorized by DoD Dwctive 5025.1, June 24, 1994
(e) through (n), see enclosure 1
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1. Implements policies, and ax.igms responsibilities and procedures for operation of SAC
programs for eligible minor children of DoD military and civilian personnel, in accordance with
;ef&nces (a) through(n).
2. Reauires Militarv Denarhnents and Defense Artencies to ensure that sJ1DoD installations
develop p;licies under %ck children residing on or ~ a DoD facility or installation can be left
done to care for themselves, otherwise known as a “home alone” policy or “self-care.” (See
definition 19 of enclosure 2.)
3. Authorizes publication of tie “DoD SAC Employee Training Modules,” DD Form 2693,
“’Certificate;to Operate SAC [email protected] and DD Form 2646, “Armtssl “Surnrrraryof SAC
Program RepO&” conaistegt with reference:(d).
applies to:
This Instruction
1. The OffIce of the Secretary of Defense, the Mititary Dep*’ents,
the Chairman of the
Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Combatant Commands, the Defense Agencies, and the DoD Field
Activities (hereafter referred to collectively as “tire DoD Components”). ‘fle term “Military
Services: as used hereiq refers to the Army, the Navy, the Air Force, the Marirse Corps, and the
Coast Guard when it is operating as a Service of the Navy, and when it is operating as a Service
of the Department of Transportation (DoT) by agreement with the DoT.
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2. SAC prognurts sponsored or operated by or for the Department of Defense for military
and DoD civilian personnel and located on a military installation or property under 10 U.S.C.
Snclosure
(1)
6060.3
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113 note (reference (e)), under the jurisdiction of any DoD Component or located in donated
space in a facility such as a local public school.
Terms used in this lnskuction arc deticted in enclosure 2.
It is DoD policy that:
1. The purpose of SAC progmms offered by the DoD Components is to assist DoD military
and civilian personnel in balancing the competing demands of family life and accomplishment of
the DoD mission and to improve the economic viability of the family unit. SAC is not
considered an entitlement.
2. On military installations and in other DoD Component facilities, the DoD Components
shall provide SAC programs, or alternatives, to military members and DoD civilian personnel.
SAC programs shall provide safe, supervise~ healthy, accountable, and age-appropriate
environments for children in grades kindergarten through 6, ages 5 through 12, that meets
documented community needs and are based on reasomble and affordable fees for services
charged to eligible parents.
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a. The primasy sponsors of DoD SAC programs are youth programs (W) and child
development services (CDS) programs. The DoD Components are encouraged to provide
resource and referrsd (R&R) services to refer eligible patrons to programs in the civilian
community when SAC space is limited on the DoD installation or when the majon~ of parents
live off the installation and it is unreasomble for them to use SAC progmms on tire installations.
b. Programs should complemen~ rather than duplicate, the school day. Emphr+k should
be placed on SAC programs that meet community needs, reinforce family vrdues, and empbasii
the unique value of each child through individual and group activities that promote the cognitive,
social, emotional, and physical development of children.
c. The installation corrtmander shall provide a SAC program that regardless of physical
location:
(1)Enhances
orreinforces academic skills, recreational lifelong skills, avocations, and
interests to promote individual achievement for each child.
(2) Fosters resilient and self-sti]cient
families and enhances military readiness by
providing semices that reduce work-life con.fikts.
(3) Emphasizes the unique value of each child by providing appropriate guidance,
promodng positive attitudes, and enhancing or reinforcing self-worth.
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