Child Development Centers

Kupulau Child Development Center (KCDC)
The Kupulau CDC provides full-day programs for children 6 weeks to 5 years of age. The center hours are 0600–1800, Monday – Friday. Call 808-257-1356 for more information.

Laulima Child Development Center (LCDC)
This CDC provides child care for children 6 weeks to 5 years of age. Hours are 0600-1800 Monday – Friday. For more information call 257-2038.

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Child Care Request

Full-day Child Care:
To place a request for full-day child care go to www.militarychildcare.com. See this MCC Brochure for more information.
The Resource & Referral Office will contact the family when there is an available opening for their child.
Families have 48 business hours to accept or decline the offer from militarychildcare.com.
The Next Step:
Once an offer is accepted, the Resource and Referral Office will contact the family to pick up the CDC Registration Packet. A $15.00 annual CYP membership fee and a $50.00 deposit is due at registration.

Hourly Child Care:
Hourly child care does not require placing a request on militarychildcare.com. Hourly child care is available on a space-available basis. To register for hourly care, complete the CDC packet and provide the supporting documents. The CDC packet is available at the Resource & Referral Office. Hourly care fees are $5.00 per hour per child. A $15.00 annual membership fee is due at registration.

CDC Documents:
Birth Certificate
Shot Record, Flu (6 months)
Health Assessment
2 Emergency Contacts (local) with address, phone number
Other documents are required for full-day

For more information contact:
Resource and Referral
Bldg 5082 Lawrence Road
Mon-Fri: 0730-1630
Phone: 808-257-7430/7240
Fax: 808-257-8020


USDA Food Service Program
The Child Development Centers participate in the United States Department of Agriculture Child Food Service Program. This program is designed to guarantee nutritious meals to all children in the Child Development Centers. Parents are to complete a Child Care Food Program Form during registration so that the center receives reimbursement from the Hawaii Department of Education for meals served to children in the program. Monthly menus are posted in advance in the center and parents may refer to them at their convenience. Breakfast, lunch, and a snack are served daily, meeting all USDA requirements for children ages 6 weeks to 12 years of age in CYP.

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