Phone: 720-554-3300
Fax: 720-554-3388
Attendance: 720-554-3395

7686 E Hinsdale Av
Centennial, CO 80112
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Dolphin Club Before & After School Care
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Director: Julie Cottorone

Asst. Director: Andrea Walker

The Dolphin Club is our before and after school child care program.  The Dolphin Club also operates during breaks and additional days when there is no school for students.  The program offers homework club, technology, sports activities; crochet, swimming, field trips and a whole lot more!  This is a fee-based program. 



Before care: 6:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.
After care: 3:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Full days: 6:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.


Contact Information

Main Phone: 720-554-3358
Cell Phone: 303-524-2575
Fax Number: 720-554-3388



To start the registration process please fill out a registration card which can be accessed by clicking on this link or picked up at the Before and After Care program at Dry Creek. All registration must be done online using our SchoolCareWorks system. We cannot offer care to students who arrive but have not been registered prior to the day. If you need care on an emergency drop-in basis, you must speak with the director​ to ensure that there is space available for your child(ren) prior to the session you need.


Please click here to access the SchoolCareWorks site and see your account, pay your balance, and register for care in the Before & After School Program​.



Late Fees: If your registration is received after that date, there will a late fee of .50 per session for the first child and .45 for each additional sibling in addition to the regular fees.

Registration Fee:  In order to be enrolled in the Before & After School Program, a one-time registration fee of $10 (one child) or $15 (family w/ siblings) is required.  You may pay this fee with a separate check or include it your first payment.


New Prices

Before School

  • 1st Child Rate - $8.00 Daily

  • Sibling Rate - $7.20 Daily


After School 6:00

  • 1st Child Rate - $10.00 Daily

  • Sibling Rate - $9.00 Daily


After School 4:30 Discount

  • $8.00 ​Daily


Full Day

  • 1st Child Rate - $29.00 ($30.00 starting 6/5/13)

  • Sibling Rate - $26.00 ($27.00 starting 6/5/13)

  • Field Trip Fee - $12 in addition to the full day rate

Late Pick-up Fee

  • $1.00 per minute after 6:00 pm per child




Dry Creek's Before & After School program is a well-planned and well-staffed program that provides an environment where children can learn, take part in supervised recreation, and build strong, positive relationships with responsible, caring adults and with their peers. Our program gives parents and guardians the peace of mind and security of knowing that their children are engaged in safe, enrichment and constructive activities. Our program strives to provide school age children with a safe and nurturing environment while promoting physical, emotional and intellectual development.

Dolphin Club is fee-based and self-supporting. We are governed and regulated by the Cherry Creek School District and by the Colorado Department of Human Services, Division of Child Care. These programs are subject to all applicable Federal and State laws and regulations, as well as all applicable Board of Education policies.
Please read this handbook and keep it for reference. If you have any questions, please contact the ECS program director.


  •  To provide quality child care and enrichment programs that are safe, affordable, and convenient
  •  To assist children in their physical, intellectual, social, emotional, and creative growth
  •  To provide children with positive interaction and opportunities to establish relationships with peers and adults
  •  To involve children and parents in continuous program development and improvement
  • To provide qualified, caring staff members who participate in regular training and education


Dry Creek’s ECS Programs are open to students in grades K - 5, or ages 5 - 12 years. Children may not attend before they are enrolled in CCSD kindergarten. All participants must be age 5 by October 1 of the current school year. ECS programs do not accept early entrance kindergarteners or children once they have started 6th grade.



  • Before School Program: 6:30 am – 9:00 am, Monday-Friday on regular school days.

The before school program provides child care before school. Students participate in quality activities such as arts and crafts, recreation games, reading, math activities, technology and free choice activities. At 8:25 am, program children may utilize the school’s breakfast program at the regular school fee.

  • After School Program: 3:30 pm – 6:00 pm, Monday-Friday on regular school days.

The after school program provides child care after school. Students participate in quality activities such as homework assistance, reading, math games, dance, outdoor play, gym games, technology and free choice.

  • Full Day Program: 6:30 am – 6:00 pm, when regular school is not in session.

Full day program provides care on school holidays, non-contact days, and breaks when enrollment is sufficient. Students participate in enriching activities, guest speakers and field trips. Students have the opportunity to explore science, music, outdoor play, technology, math, reading and free choice activities.



All children must be fully enrolled before attending any ECS program. To enroll, parents or guardians must complete and sign the ECS Enrollment Form, which is available in the program office. A new ECS Enrollment Form must be completed before each new school year. Parents should also update the ECS Enrollment Form if any information changes.

New ECS Enrollment Forms will not be accepted unless the account balance is $0. If transferring to another Cherry Creek School District ECS program, account must be paid in full at the previous school before enrolling with the new ECS program.



All children must be registered and fees paid before they attend.




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