The YMCA of Greater Williamson County has two types of childcare. We offer an Afterschool program as well as the Child Development Center.
Y Afterschool is a program of the YMCA Greater Williamson County. This program is provided in collaboration with your school district. We uphold the heritage, tradition and values of the Y throughout our program activities. Our events reflect non-denominational, universal beliefs that transcend all cultures. We consistently demonstrate respect and support for all families, appreciating their right to determine and practice their own beliefs.
The goal of our afterschool program is to ensure safety for children (K-5th grade), while promoting healthy physical and emotional growth, helping working families and inspiring children to learn.
At the Y Child Development Center (CDC), we provide a safe, nurturing environment for all children by promoting healthy character development of spirit, mind and body. We work collaboratively with families, communities and school districts to ensure that each child receives a consistent set of life skills for success. To meet these goals, our program incorporates the Y’s Core Values (Caring, Honesty, Respect, Responsibility & Faith) as well as the 40 Developmental Assets set forth by the Search Institute and the experiential learning model.
Licensed by the Department of Family and Protective Services and residing in Round Rock, this program is specifically designed to meet the needs of preschool children (18mo-5yrs).