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Jo Roselle and Maddie Bush Daycare - Greene, NY

Josephine Roselle - Owner/Operator

Josephine Roselle (Jo) is the proud mother of nine children, ages 18 to 36 and ten grandchildren (and counting), ages 6 months to 15. Jo has been married thirty-seven years to her husband Gary and they have lived with their family on Page Brook Road, in Greene, NY for the past nineteen of those years.

Jo is a dynamic, high-energy person who not only homeschooled all of her 9 children for over twenty-two years, but also helped pastor a small church with her husband, and spearheaded various community enrichment programs such as couples counseling, children's bible classes, and Binghamton University student outreach groups.

Faced with a soon to be empty nest, Jo decided to go back to school several years ago to complete a Masters in Educational Studies from Binghamton University. After working in childcare at the Campus Preschool at Binghamton University, at the Family Enrichment Network in Johnson City, and at Hillel Academy in Binghamton, Jo decided to use her education and vast experience with children's education to open a Child Care and Preschool facility based in her home.

In addition to being extremely qualified for the job of caring for and teaching children, Jo has a deep love and affinity for children and almost supernatural patience... just ask any of her nine children!

Madelyne Bush - Assistant

Maddie grew up and lives in Greene, NY. She is 22 years old and has been working with children for over seven years. She started babysitting for several families as a teenager, and continues to do so on some evenings and weekends.

Maddie earned her Associates degree in Early Childhood Education from SUNY Broome and worked at the campus daycare center while attending school and up until starting her position at PBCC. Maddie loves working with children of all ages and ability levels. In addition to her work with children six weeks to five years old at the SUNY Broome campus daycare, Maddie’s child care experience includes providing respite care for a little girl who has Down syndrome. Since the summer of 2012, Maddie has also worked with children of all ages with special needs through the ACHIEVE summer program.

Maddie truly enjoys working with children, watching them grow, and seeing them learn new things. She is a wonderful addition to PBCC, and the kids love her!