Pride & Joy - Geneseo

4624 Millennium Drive
Geneseo, NY 14454

(585) 519-4451

We are very excited to announce Pride & Joy Child Care of Geneseo, the third and newest edition to our family of Early Care & Learning Centers!

Pride & Joy Child Care of Geneseo, purchased Harmony Station Child Care, and re-opened in the same location, in September 2018.

Pride & Joy of Geneseo is the third in our family of early care and learning centers. The first Pride & Joy location opened in Henrietta in 1998. Our second location opened in Avon, NY, in the Fall of 2006. Our program is licensed to care for children from 6 weeks of age through 12 years of age, providing high quality preschool, pre-k, before and after school programs, as well as summer camp and wrap care for Universal Pre-K.

Pride & Joy Child Care has been a part of the Rush Henrietta Universal Pre-K program since 2005, and this year we are proud to announce that we will be offering Universal Pre-K in Geneseo, through our partnership with Geneseo Central Schools!Families can expect quality educational programming, highly qualified teachers, top-notch facilities, and many other bonuses in programming such as free-babysitting nights for Christmas & Valentines Day, Family Fun Fair, and bussing to My Morris Schools.

Thank you for sharing in our excitement!

We welcome you as a part of our early care & learning centers family!

Pride & Joy Child Care....of Geneseo!

Nicole Williams:
Program Director

Miss Nicole began her career at Pride and Joy in Avon in April of 2014 as the Pre-K teacher. She has her bachelors in Physical Education and a master's in Adapted Physical Education.

Nicole loves planning curriculum for all ages! She developed the school-age curriculum and family events such as, Pancakes & Pajamas, babysitting nights and the fall festival. She was also very implemental in bringing UPK to the Geneseo Center starting in September 2019. She is also CPR/First aid certifies and has her MAT certification.

Nicole lives in Livonia, NY with her husband and their 2 children Avery and Jameson. She enjoys outdoor activities and spending time with her family.

Ashley Westmiller:
Office Administrator

Miss Ashley began here career with Pride & Joy in 2004, and was one of our first employees! Miss Ashley has played many key roles over the years as our program has grown.

Ashley holds a Bachelor's Degree in Educational Studies, as well as a CDA (Child Development Associate Certification) in Infant's & Toddlers. Ashley is certified in First Aid, CPR and MAT (Medication Administration Trained).

As the Office Administrator, Ashley works at all three of our locations, and is responsible for record management and maintaining required documentation as required by all applicable health and safety codes, and licensing requirements. The Office Administrator works directly with each Program Director to ensure compliance, and to ensure that child and staff files are complete and up to date, and works with outside agencies in obtaining resources for the center, such as the Adult and Child Care Food Program, or individual families such as daycare assistance through DSS. The Office Administrator also conducts monthly safety inspections, and coordinated any necessary maintenance or repairs.

Ashley currently resides in Honeoye Falls with her family, including 2 active boys Westin and Waylon. She loves to spend time with friends, shopping and going for walks with her family and her two 2 bulldogs, Diesel and Dozer!

Gina Lang:
Owner & Program Administrator

Miss Gina founded Pride & Joy in 1998, and grew her Family Daycare, into the organization that it is today, serving 3 communities, in beautiful centers, each serving approximately 100 children! Gina is proud to be celebrating 20 years serving children and families in the community!

Gina holds a Bachelors Degree in Early Childhood Education, a Masters of Education in Curriculum & Instruction, and holds a NAEYC Credential in Administering Children's Programming

As the program administrator, Gina ensures the fiscal solvency of the organization, and that the program has a clear sense of direction, developing policies, working with center directors to develop enriching programming, and maintaining a positive work environment. She also works to ensure that each of the centers operates with efficient, good communication and to devise long and short-term objectives to ensure that the future goals of the center are obtainable, and secure.

Gina lives in Rush NY with her husband and 3 children, loves the outdoors, her kitten Calypso, her dog Cowboy, and staying active!