Employee Spotlight

Meryl Krotowski is celebrating her first anniversary as part of the team at Harmony Princeton! Initially, Meryl worked on the Infant team, but she moved to the pre-K team this fall. She says that her favorite aspect of working with infants was how their faces lit up with a smile when she entered the room, and how quickly they acquired essential new skills. Now that she is in pre-K, she loves having detailed conversations with four year olds, and how enthusiastically they sing along to a growing repetoire of songs. Meryl has a bachelor's degree from Rider University and a master's degree from Seton Hall. She worked during her college and graduate schools in several child care programs before coming to Harmony. Her favorite foods are pasta and grapes (not together!), her favorite color is purple, and she loves vacationing in Bethany Beach, Delaware. Meryl is an enthusiastic supporter of all of Harmony's community service projects, and was joined by her boyfriend, Lou, on our 5K "Walk for Babies" in April!

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Back to School Night!

We would love to invite our current families of children toddler aged and above to join us for Back to School Night! It’s a great chance to get to know your child’s teachers and hear more about what they will be learning this year. Back to School Night at Harmony’s Foxmoor location will be taking place on Thursday, October 2nd … Read more


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