Youth Programs

Rodarte Community Center | 920 A Street, Greeley, CO 80631

We encourage youth to grow into responsible adults by participating in positive activities after school and during the summer months. Our youth activities at the Rodarte Community Center are offered free or at low cost, contact us for more information.

Youth Enrichment

Our Youth Enrichment program promotes a positive presence in our community that aims for a reduction of criminal activities and provides recreational, educational and cultural programs for Greeley youth and citizenry.

Our community has both a role and responsibility to provide Greeley’s youth with a safe, friendly learning environment and to boost academic achievement.

Youth Enrichment takes place in the following facilities

Rodarte Community Center
920 A Street

Anna Gimmestad Park
1710 31st Street Road

After School Programs & Camps

The After School Program is offered at two sites: the Rodarte Community Center and Anna Gimmestad Park. We provide a broad range of academic support, creative arts and sports/recreational activities. In collaboration with Weld County School District 6, transportation is available from Martinez Elementary School to Rodarte and Chappelow Elementary School to Anna. We also collaborate with High Plains Library District, SAVA Speak UP!/SART, UNC String Project, Refuge Skate Club, Weld County Extension STEM and Boy Scouts. Weld County Food Bank’s Kids Café delivers a warm meal when students first arrive and a snack. We also offer a LEGO® Mindstorm Robotics Program.

August 13-May 21, 2020
Monday-Friday • 3:10-6:30pm

Looking for something fun for the kids to do over this summer? We have plenty of options in our summer camp program. Camps are hosted each year through summer break.

Fun in the Sun (FITS)

The Fun in the Sun Program is designed to engage and activate your child in recreational and educational programming, in a safe and fun environment during the summer months. The FITS program is offered at two sites: the Rodarte Community Center and Anna Gimmestad Park. We provide a 9-week themed program that includes a broad range of creative arts, sports/recreational activities, swimming, camouflage learning, field trips, fashion show, talent show and an end of the summer celebration! We collaborate with the High Plains Library District and Weld County Food Bank, which provides participants with a nutritional breakfast and lunch daily. Register quickly, our program fills up fast! Age 6-15.

Registration Deadline May 15
For those in need of financial assistance (Youth Assistance application and Free & Reduced Lunch Program qualification letter are required at the time of registration).

Rodarte Community Center Fee
$75 Priority resident
$450 General resident/non-resident

Anna Gimmestad Fee
$50 Priority resident
$200 General resident/non-resident
For details on priority registration, call 970-350-9430.

STEM Summer Scholars Program

The STEM Summer Scholars program is a science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) initiative to serve middle school students at the Rodarte Community Center through a collaboration with UNC. This program is project-based; participants work closely together in hands on problem solving with a field trip related to the area of focus each week. Participants will also have the opportunity to participate in LEGO Mindstorm Robotics and 3D printing. This will be an intro to basic programming and problem solving strategies.

The STEM Summer Scholars Program is a 6 week program that meets Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9:00am-12:00 pm. This program is generously funded by United Way of Weld County

For details, call 970-350-9430. Age 11-14.