Our Staff

All YMCA licensed childcare programs, including preschool, school age care and day camps, are led by a YMCA director-qualified staff with related program experience. We meet or exceed all state licensing rules for staff requirements and ratios — another way we work to assure a positive place for your child. All YMCA staff undergo required state and federal background checks.

Parent Handbook

Please review all policies in the Parent Handbook prior to attending any YMCA preschool, K-5th program or summer day camp. New handbooks—including Cheyenne programs—are coming soon.

K-5th & Day Camp Parent Handbook

Preschool Handbook

Supplemental Health Information (for Preschool)

You must complete asthma and/or allergy health care plan forms and the YMCA’s medical authorization form for any condition requiring medication or emergency treatment. These completed forms should be uploaded to our registration system. Please be aware that some medications require additional staff training and delegation by program nurses and may delay your child's start. This is for the safety of your child.

Colorado Medication Release

Wyoming Medication Release

Asthma Form

Allergy and Anaphylaxis Form

Late Fee Policy

If you register within two business days of your child’s first day in our program, you will be charged a late fee in addition to the registration fee. The Y is licensed by the States of Colorado and Wyoming, and we must adhere to staffing ratios. Because of this, immediate care may not be available for your child if you register within two business days of the first day of care, and you will be charged the late fee.



Sibling discounts and partner agency discounts available.


Find your school’s site director’s phone and email.


Find your camp site director’s phone and email.


Preschool lunch ideas and local support organizations and activities.


Inquiries about registration, billing, financial assistance, changes or cancelations.


YMCA financial assistance recipients may register for preschool, K-5th or summer day camp online after their financial assistance has been approved.

Support & Assistance

The Y welcomes children of all abilities. Families with children with disabilities are asked to complete the Support & Assistance Questionnaire when submitting registration. The SAQ is designed to help us gain a better understanding of your child’s needs and strengths and to help us identify the specific supports and assistance that may be needed for your child to safely and successfully participate in activities and programs. The Y offers additional supports and assistance in small group settings. In a small group context, children must be able to safely and cooperatively participate in program activities such as community field trips, swimming, and outdoor sports and games. Children must also be able to reliably follow directions and cooperate with guidelines regarding their safety and well-being and the safety and well-being of others. Email us for the Support & Assistance Questionnaire.


The Y does not ask about immigration or citizenship status; we provide care for all children, and we have a long history of supporting immigrant families in our communities and beyond.

Has the Y Made an Impact on Your Life?

The YMCA encourages financial assistance recipients to share how the Y has been of help to them. These personal stories help our supporters understand how impactful their contributions are, and they encourage prospective donors to become involved.