The Wyoming Afterschool Alliance is sharing resources that might be helpful to you.

Wyoming Guidance for Childcare Providers

June 9, 2019: More than 115 people attended a town hall on Wyoming Guidance for Childcare Providers hosted in partnership with Wyoming Kids First and the Wyoming Afterschool Alliance on June 9. Panelists from the Wyoming Department of Health clarified guidance and answered questions from childcare and youth serving organizations working to re-open. The discussion was led by Stephanie Pyle, Wyoming Department of Health with support from Dr. Alexia Harrist, Wyoming Department of Health and Nichole Anderson, Wyoming Department of Family Services. See the recording below and access the slide deck here.

Wyoming Young Entrepreneur Pitch Challenge

  • Wyoming’s youth are being called to shape Wyoming’s future. Learn about the exciting new entrepreneurship program happening this spring for young people for ages 10-22 at

Summer Activity Guide

  • The Summer Activity Guide is a suite of fun and engaging activities and challenges designed specifically for this atypical summer. Planning for summer just got a whole lot easier! We heard your concerns about how to maintain engagement throughout an atypical summer and have developed a suite of fun and engaging activities and challenges designed specifically to accommodate COVID-19 summer. Visit

WYAA: Making Connections

The Wyoming Afterschool Alliance connects people and programs to benefit kids and families. Are you an afterschool professional looking for ideas for a virtual program? Are you a parent or caregiver looking for something to augment home learning? WYAA will help you make connections. Select from the topics below.

WYAA Special Roundtable Series: Design for Summer Learning

Our special Roundtables continue as we move from spring to summer learning. Please join us to think together about how we design new strategies to support young people’s potential. We hope you’ll forward this message to afterschool professionals, district partners and other members of your community that may be interested in attending. This is a time for us to connect, learn and innovate together to benefit Wyoming’s most important resource: our children. We plan for Tuesdays to be opportunities for professional development and Fridays to be opportunities for us to learn from one another and across boundaries. Plan to join us Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:00pm as you can.

  • Upcoming sessions will be announced.

Recorded Sessions and Slide Decks

Help Spread the Word!

Wyoming COVID Response is a collaborative of participating funders supporting the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. The partners support nonprofit organizations, communities, healthcare workers and others around the state. Visit at and

Wyoming Community Foundation COVID-19 Fund

The WYCF COVID-19 Fund provides rapid financial support to frontline nonprofits working to offset the impacts of the virus in their communities. Now is the time to double down for our Wyoming community! Learn how to apply for a grant or contribute to the fund at

More News & Resources

  • Afterschool Alliance: Afterschool programs looking for information and resources should check this page first. Go to
  • State of Wyoming: This page provides a centralized portal for Wyoming residents to stay up-to-date on news and information from the Wyoming Departments of Health, Education, and more. Find it at
  • Wyoming Hunger Initiative: The Wyoming Hunger Initiative’s COVID-19 Task Force has been hard at work creating a clearinghouse for COVID-19 response information across all Wyoming counties. Visit 
  • Wyoming Department of Education: This website is being used to communicate with superintendents and others and to provide support to school districts. Visit
  • 2-1-1: Wyoming 2-1-1 and the Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) are partnering to provide a public telephone helpline for COVID-19 questions and information. The statewide helpline provides free, confidential information and referrals to health and human services. By dialing 2-1-1 from anywhere in the state of Wyoming, people are linked to information about COVID-19 as well as local resources, from both government and nonprofit agencies. It is available Monday-Friday from 8:00am-6:00pm. Learn more at
  • Public Health Nursing County Offices: These offices support specific town/county efforts or initiatives. To find locations and contact information, visit
  • Internet Resources: Comcast (click here) and Spectrum (click here) are offering free services to qualifying students. Zoom (click here) is temporarily lifting the 40-minute time limit on free Basic accounts for schools affected by the Coronavirus.

WYAA will post links on this page. If you would like to receive updates, specific to new resources, you can opt in here. Contact the WYAA offices at 307-335-9922. Updated 6/10/20