425 Lafayette St. Waterloo, IA 50703 phone: 319.234.7589* firstname.lastname@example.org
YWCA Y’s Kids Before & After School Childcare Program
Available Staff Positions
School year positions are available in YWCA Y’s Kids Before and After School Child Care Program. Provides professional, safe, respectful, activity-oriented, age-appropriate child care programming for preschool and elementary school aged children.
Work 6-29 hours per week depending on your availability with several different work schedules available.
Work Hours differ depending on site you are placed at and your availability.
Qualifications: Education and/or experience working with children and youth.
Must successfully pass the State of Iowa criminal and child abuse background check for childcare providers.
Send application or resume to
Child Care Directors,
425 Lafayette St,
Waterloo, IA 50703
Or email to: or email@example.com.
Do not apply on Facebook, please mail or email your application or resume.
New Registration Dates for
YWCA Y’s Kids Before and After School Child Care Program
To ensure the health and well-being of YWCA participants and the community; the YWCA has reviewed its registration process and rescheduled the dates to register for Y’s Kids Before and After School Child Care program. Registration dates/times will be by the school.
Below are the Y’s Kids Registration Dates for 2021-2022 School Year:
Dates will be posted as soon as they become available. Stay tuned!
Space is limited. When a program becomes full, a waiting list will be established in the order received.
How To Register / Enroll
· Registration must be done in person at the YWCA on the date and time assigned to your child’s school; will be announced. See building entry instructions below. These instructions will be strictly adhered to and failure to do so may result in you not being able to register at the time you are there.
Do Not Mail or Email Registration Forms – mailed or emailed registrations will not be accepted.
A $15 registration fee and a $15 YWCA annual
membership fee (per child) are due at time of registration. These
fees are non-refundable.
· You must present your fully completed Childcare Information Form before we can accept your registration.
· Registration for Preschool students also require a copy of the most current immunization record and physical for each preschool child.
· Financial assistance forms must be fully completed and include all required documentation before your application will be accepted and reviewed.
· Families using an alternate funding source such as DHS, JPTA, Head Start, etc., must have written authorization for services before the time of registration.
forms are available for you to complete and bring with you to the
You can downloaded a printable copy here
or you can call (319) 234-7589 and request that a registration packet be mailed to you.
Please complete all necessary forms and bring them with you.
Do not plan to complete forms when you arrive at the YWCA. You will not be allowed to complete forms upon your arrival for registration. If you do not arrive with forms already completed, you will be asked to leave and complete forms and return to YWCA when they are complete and ready.
· To ensure a safe environment for all and appropriate social distancing, please park in the parking lot on the west side of the YWCA building.
Space is limited. Call the YWCA (319) 234-7589 check availability at your child’s school.
Please follow our Facebook page and check our website regularly for updates on registration!
Y’s Kids Locations:
School Age (Kindergarten and older)
The YWCA provides before and after school care for school-age children at Highland, Irving, Kingsley, Kittrell, Lincoln, Lou Henry, and Lowell in Waterloo, at Hudson Elementary and at Hansen, Lincoln, and North Cedar Elementary Schools in Cedar Falls. After school only child care is offered at Cunningham Elementary in Waterloo.
The YWCA provides before-and-after preschool childcare at the following Waterloo elementary schools: Elk Run, Highland, Kittrell, and Lincoln. After preschool childcare is offered at Cunningham Elementary. Preschool child care is available at the schools Monday - Thursday. All-day care is available on Fridays at the YWCA from 6:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Child care for preschool students attending Hudson Elementary is available either before the morning program or after the afternoon program only.
Child care for preschool students attending Hudson Elementary is available either before the morning program or after the afternoon pr
YWCA Health & Wellness Services Participants – To ensure the safety and well-being of participants and staff, we are starting with a limited number of class offerings and limited class sizes to ensure appropriate social distancing between individuals. We are continuing to work on our plan to be open longer hours and offer more classes.
Below please find information regarding our opening and your return to YWCA:
All classes/lessons subject to change or cancellations
No new members are being accepted at this time
YWCA Premium or Basic plans or Health Insurance plans will only be accepted as payment for adult classes (no class plans accepted at this time except for youth swimming lessons)
Class sizes are limited as are class choices and schedules
Please do not come to the YWCA if you:
Have had contact with anyone with COVID-19 in the past 14 days
Have fever of 100.3 or higher
Have a cough or shortness of breath
Have traveled in the past 14 days
No day passes/coupon passes available or accepted for use at this time
Social distancing of 6 feet must be followed including in classes.
For all appointments, classes and lessons, arrive no more than 5-10 minutes before starting time and leave immediately after class, lesson or appointment ends
When entering the building, please use either the back door, or the front door and the elevator to go to the lower level to check in and out at the Control Center
You will be asked Covid-19 questions and your temperature will be taken at the Control Center before attending class
Limit interactions in common areas (main lobby, hallways, locker rooms, etc.). Please do not congregate before or after your class
We require the use of masks in our facility before and after activities and when in the common areas
No towel services will be provided
Please bring your own towels
Locker rooms limited to changing only after adult water classes (2 at a time).
Shoes are required when entering or exiting pool area and before exiting locker room
Only one adult may accompany a child to swimming lessons and you must sit in the designated chairs in the hallway by the pool.
Body Shop by appointment only (45 minute max/day, 3 people max in Body Shop at once) contact Syd or Anna for more information
Lap Swim is by appointment only (M, W, F 6:30 am - 7:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. -12:15p.m.; T, Th 7:15a.m. - 8:15a.m. and 11:30 a.m. -12:15 a.m.)
Water Aerobics and Silver Sneakers will be scheduled by contacting Syd or Anna
Water fountains will be available for filling bottles only, please bring your own clean water bottle.
All frequent high touch areas and areas where staff and/or participants have been will be sanitized by staff after use
Sanitizing stations and wipes will be provided to participants for their convenience
To ensure the safety of our participants and staff, staff will be following stringent personal safety and cleanliness protocols including regular hand washing, COVID survey, temperature check, wearing face masks (except while teaching) etc.
All protocols and rules have been instituted to ensure your health and safety - failure to follow YWCA protocols/rules will result in the termination of your participation in YWCA programming and No refunds will be issued for membership or class/lesson registration fees.
Contact Syd at 319-234-7589 ext. 233 or Anna at ext. 234 for any questions and/or feedback you may have
Remember - The novel coronavirus, COVID-19, has been declared a worldwide pandemic. COVID-19 is extremely contagious and is believed to spread mainly from person-to-person contact. As a result, federal, state, and local governments and federal and state health agencies recommend social distancing and other precautions to keep yourself and your families safe and well. While the YWCA has put in place protocols and schedules as preventative measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19; the YWCA cannot guarantee that you or your family are not at risk while attending programming here or that you will not become infected with COVID-19.
Because the health and safety of our community is important to the YWCA, we wanted to let you know that due to COVID-19 conditions, we have decided to cancel this year’s Women of Persimmon luncheon.
The nominations were reviewed by our committee and recipients chosen before the restrictions of COVID-19; so please watch our Facebook page and website for information regarding the celebration of this year’s nominees and award recipients.
Women of Persimmon is not only a celebration of extraordinary women, it is also an important fundraising event for the YWCA each year. The reservations and donations received for the event support the programs and services provided by the YWCA right here in Black Hawk County.
Your Donation Will Make A Difference By:
· Supporting a child to learn to swim and be safe in the water.
· Supporting an adult to know their numbers, be more active and live a healthier lifestyle.
· Providing financial assistance needed for a child to access before and after school child care.
· Helping a mother be knowledgeable about the development of her children and prepare them for school.
· Assisting an immigrant or refugee family to learn English and integrate more fully into the community.
· Supporting a middle school aged girl to build character, learn about careers and reach her potential.
100% of your donation will be used to support the programs and services provided by the YWCA.
Your generosity ensures that together we can continue to meet the critical needs of women and families in Black Hawk County. We would greatly appreciate your support of the YWCA this year with your donation to the Women of Persimmon.
Below please find a link you can use to make your donation
Thank you for your support!
Iowa Child Care Resource & Referral Contact Information:
Child Care Resource and Referral Flyer:
Survey for a child care referral for Black Hawk County:
Your support is greatly appreciated as we work with our community to do our part in supporting the well-being of our community.
Please watch our Facebook page and website for future YWCA updates.
If you have any questions, please call (319) 234-7589.
• Parents Achieving Success with Support programming is cancelled. However, staff can be reached by phone (319) 234- 7589 ext. 228 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if needed. If Jessica is not available to take your call, please leave a message and she will call you back.
While Summer Wize Girlz continues to be planned; at this point we have no information or dates to share due to uncertainty of community conditions.
• Individual case management services for individuals who speak Spanish will continue via telephone and email. For assistance with information and referrals, individuals may call Glenda at (319) 234-7589 ext. 240; Monday – Thursday, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm. or email email@example.com. If Glenda is not able to take your call, please leave a message and she will return your call.
Book Discussion Group:
Friday Bridge Club:
• Staff will be working during most weekday hours (Monday – Friday, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm) and you may be able to reach us by phone (319) 234-7589 and the specific staff person’s extension number. Staff are also reachable by email if you have their work email address and if not, please use firstname.lastname@example.org and your email will be forwarded to them.
• Pool, gym and building room rentals – Rental/Space Usage fees for on-going space rentals are not being owed until activities are able to resume.
As we all work together as a community to keep everyone safe and well, we understand the frustration and stress that comes with the uncertainty and changes happening daily. We are here, ready to support you in whatever way we can. We are working on options, information and activities that you can use at home, so follow our Facebook page for them. We will forward other community and organization resources to you as well as we receive them – some are listed below.
We can’t wait to welcome you all back into the YWCA facility and programs – we miss you all immensely and care about your health and wellness, which is why we are taking the steps we are.
Please know we will keep you updated on all things YWCA via Facebook (facebook.com/ywcabhc), YWCA website (www.ywcabhc.org) and mail.
And again, when programming - you will be contacted by phone, letter or email; and notifications will be placed on our Facebook page and our website regarding re-opening of classes, programming and facilities.
Take care, stay safe, keep well, and follow the CDC guidelines to keep yourself and others safe.
You are all in our thoughts,
Your YWCA Black Hawk County
Additional resources – we will continue to update and post these on our Facebook page as we receive them.
• Center for Disease Control - www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov
• SilverSneakers - live classes on Facebook. No Facebook membership needed, these classes are open to all. Visit Facebook.com/SilverSneakers
• Child Care Resource and Referral – (855) 244-5301 www.iowaccrr.org/families
• Northeast Iowa Food Bank – (319) 874-6840 www.northeastiowafoodbank.org
• Operation Threshold - (319) 291-2065 www.operationthreshold.org
• Iowa Workforce Development - www.iowaworkforcedevelopment.gov
• Iowa Workforce Development Unemployment - https://www.iowaworkforcedevelopment.gov/COVID-19
• House of Hope COVID 19 Rental Assistance Program to assist single moms that have lost jobs or hours due to the COVID19 Pandemic – (319) 888-1823 email@example.com
• Northeast Iowa Area Agency on Aging – (319) 874-6840 www.nei3a.org