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Children in play circle

Greece Child Care Center

At Expressive Beginnings on the west side of the county, learning and play areas are arranged to keep siblings close to each other.

About Our Greece Campus

Covered porches allow for more four-season outdoor play, and classrooms open to age-appropriate play areas.  We also offer amenities like coffee carts so families can save time. We offer care for infants and toddlers, UPK / pre-school, pre-kindergarten, before and after school care and summer camps. Our third Expressive Beginnings Child Care is located at the corner of Stoneridge and Stone roads in Greece, behind Stoneridge plaza.

At Expressive Beginnings Greece we provide:

Infant/Toddler Care


UPK Wrap Care

School Age options:

After School Care

Before/After School Care

Full Day School Age Care

Hybrid: 3 Full Days, 2 Days Before/After School Care

Add-on 1:1 Support for remote learners


For rates and additional details, call (585) 643-1630 for Expressive Beginnings Child Care in Greece.

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Caitlin Ditch

Meet the Director

Caitlin Ditch is the director at Expressive Beginnings Child Care in Greece. She graduated from Le Moyne College in 2016 with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and from Roberts Wesleyan College in 2018 with a master’s degree in education. She also holds New York State certifications in Education and Special Education from birth to age 12. Ditch started working at Expressive Beginnings Webster in 2011 as a preschool teacher. In 2017, she moved to the Greece location as the UPK teacher and preschool/school-age program advisor, and then took on the role of behavior specialist before becoming director.

Ditch says, “I love this quote by Alexander den Heijer: ‘When a flower does not bloom, you fix the environment in which it grows. Not the flower.’ I believe that when met with positive, nurturing relationships, and a supportive environment with proper supports in place, all children are capable of flourishing to their highest potential.”