Employee Spotlight

Dawn Burmester has been a valued member of Harmony Princeton’s team for almost three years. Initially, Dawn worked with preschool aged children, but she is happily working with the Bumblebees infant room team this year. Dawn’s passion for working with children is rivaled only by her love of working with animals. She has completed one year of studies for completion of her Child Development Associates degree (CDA) and is also a licensed Veterinary Assistant. Dawn’s teammates credit her with construction of their Halloween costumes this year - they were “Minions” from the movie “Despicable Me”, and they were voted as the winning staff team by Harmony parents. She is very creative and artistic. In Dawn’s spare time, she loves hanging out with her husband, and their two boys, Brody and Trent. They enjoy visiting their favorite vacation spot, Disney World, and Dawn says she’d love to visit everywhere. She is a proud “hockey mom”, enjoys Mexican food, particularly nachos, and her favorite color is purple. Her favorite aspect of working with young children is having the opportunity to watch them achieve and discover new things every day. She enjoys being a part of their lives, and they love her!

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Holiday Philanthropy

It’s never too early to start teaching our children about the importance of giving back! The holidays are the perfect time to begin demonstrating how we can be thoughtful and generous towards those less fortunate. To that end, both Harmony School locations are going to be taking up collections for 2 different philanthropies this holiday season. We will be doing Read more

Register Now!

We are now accepting enrollment for Fall 2015! It is not too early to start planning ahead, especially if you are looking for infant care! Give us a call and schedule a visit to come in and learn more about what Harmony has to offer for your family. We hope to hear from you soon!… Read more

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