Mrs. Christina Lauck grew up in Hunterdon County and attended North Hunterdon High School. Mrs. Lauck then graduated from Kutztown University in 2000 with a Bachelor's of Science in Education with a concentration in Mentally and Physically Handicapped/Elementary Education. She began teaching special education at Readington Middle School. Eventually, she began working at the Greenwich Township School District in Warren County. At this position, Mrs. Lauck spent 11 years as a special and regular education teacher in 7th, 3rd, and 2nd grade. During this tenure, she earned her Master of Education degree from Lehigh University in Educational Leadership. In November of 2013, Mrs. Lauck moved to Knowlton Township Schools as Vice Principal. In July, 2014, she accepted the position of Principal at Frenchtown Elementary School. Mrs. Lauck has attended various conferences and professional training opportunities. In particular, she was able to attend a Principal's training at Harvard University. Mrs. Lauck is currently enrolled in Delaware Valley University's Doctoral Program.
When Christina is not at school, she enjoys hiking, running, cycling, and kayaking with her dog, Joe. When she is not busy doing something outdoors, she enjoys reading and cooking. In addition, Mrs. Lauck looks forward to traveling and visiting places in the United States. Most recently, she has been able to travel to Hawaii and visit her favorite island, Kauai.