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Lori Musa, B.A., M.A.

Ms. Musa has been involved in Early Childhood Education since 1998 and has been a resident of Princeton since 2003. Ms. Musa's children attended Princeton Public Schools and were raised in the Littlebrook neighborhood of Princeton where the preschool now exists. Both traditionally trained and a certified Montessori educator, Ms. Musa brings a unique, caring, down-to-earth approach to PCFLC's Cub School, and Ms. Musa understands the local Princeton community's expectations of superior education at all levels.

How Our Staff Members Are Screened:

  • State of NJ-Conducted Background Search

  • State of NJ-Conducted Fingerprinting

  • Current Health Screening

  • Current TB Mantoux Testing

  • Experience Verification

  • Previous Employment References Checked

  • Current Youth CPR & First Aid

  • Fully vaccinated against COVID-19

Buildings and Grounds:

Princeton Community Family Learning Center is located on the campus of All Saints' Church, which is located in a quiet, residential neighborhood. The facility is equipped with an automatic fire detection and suppression system in compliance with all fire safety codes. In addition, the building is completely air conditioned.

There is a large, fenced-in playground that boasts beautiful shade trees. Wood chips abound for safety and enhance aesthetics, as the children enjoy a variety of age-appropriate activities.

Parent Involvement:

Parents are always encouraged to participate in all activities. They are invited to attend many school-related activities such as our Back to School Night in October, and our Parents' Night in the spring, which is set up as a workshop or seminar with guest lecturers. These workshops cover contemporary issues and/or concerns. We also offer parent conferences upon request as well as invite parents to visit and share their special talents with our students.

Group of Children Photo at the Cub School
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