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Henrietta Campus

At Expressive Beginnings in Henrietta, learning and play areas are arranged to keep siblings close to each other.

About Our Henrietta Campus

Covered porches allow for more four-season outdoor play, and classrooms open to age-appropriate play areas. Since it is located on the Pieters Family Life Center campus, children have the chance to visit the wellness center’s gymnasium and creative arts studios. Plus, parents can take fitness classes or exercise. Parents can also arrange to have their child’s hair cut during child care hours or have a family meal waiting for pickup once a week. We offer care for infants and toddlers,  pre-school, pre-kindergarten, before and after school care and summer camps.

Call (585) 340-2077 for Expressive Beginnings Child Care in Henrietta.

Pieters Family Life Center campus

Expressive Beginnings in Henrietta is on the Pieters Family Life Center campus, which means families have access to a fitness center, a café with Wi-Fi, an art gallery and a wide range of wellness services including fitness classes, aquatic therapy, massage and chiropractic care. Is your child interested in art, dance or music lessons? Our staff from the Pieters Family Life Center campus delivers all sorts of expressive learning experiences. Some of the favorites are drum circle and dance class.

We also offer enrichment programs, which are included in tuition:

  • Martial arts (pre-k)
  • Music and movement classes (preschool and pre-k)
  • Art studio (toddler and preschool)
  • Expressive art classes (pre-k)

Interested in learning more?

Becky Meagher

Becky Meagher

Meet the Director

Becky Meagher is the director at Expressive Beginnings Child Care in Henrietta. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in education from St. John Fisher College. She was first an employee of Heritage Christian Services, our parent company, assisting people with disabilities for 10 years. She began working at the child care in 2011 as a pre-k teacher and was a part of center’s opening and welcoming of the first children to be served. Becky held associate director and assistant director positions before being promoted to center director in 2017.

Becky shares, “My passion has always been the education of young children; encouraging them as they explore and learn through authentic, meaningful play is one of my greatest joys. As director my goal is to provide a loving, safe environment for all children to learn and grow.”