Brittany DiGregorio joined Team Harmony in Princeton last August. Brittany has a bachelor's degree in Psychology and Elementary Education from Stockton College. Prior to becoming a teaching assistant in the Honeybees classroom, she was a substitute teacher in several public school districts in the area, and also taught dance in the West Windsor School District. Brittany is a graduate of The Harmony Schools, having attended Harmony's original location in the Chambersburg section of Trenton! Her favorite color is purple, she loves peppermint patties, and her favorite vacation spot is Wildwood, NJ. Her favorite thing about working in the infant room is all of the hugs and smiles that she gets every day! Brittany is a newlywed, and she and her husband, Mike, reside in Burlington county. Mike is a corrections officer in Bordentown, and he recently came in to visit and read to our preschool and pre-k classrooms!
MISS LISA RECOMMENDS: Week 159
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Harmony’s Princeton location is excited to be moving forward with a full day kindergarten program for September of 2014! Parents of Harmony’s kindergarten’s students will be entitled to Harmony’s full range of hours (7AM-7PM), while enjoying the benefit of a small group setting with a progressive and enriching curriculum. Please inquire within for further details if you are interested in … Read more
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