School Leadership

Cristina Vildostegui-Cerra  Cristina Vildostegui-Cerra


Mrs. Vildostegui-Cerra, or Mrs. V-C as she is known to students and staff, began her teaching career in South Brunswick, where she has proudly served since 2005. During her time in South Brunswick, she taught kindergarten, second grade, and instructional support as a member of the Deans, Brooks Crossing, and Cambridge school communities. In 2015, Mrs. V-C joined the administrative team serving as the shared assistant principal of Constable and Monmouth Junction schools, the principal of Monmouth Junction, and now as the proud principal of Constable Elementary School.

Mrs. V-C received her bachelor's degree from Dickinson College, her teaching certification from the graduate-level program at Rider University, and a Master's of Educational Administration from the University of Scranton. She is passionate about teaching and learning, and is committed to providing Constable's students with a well-rounded educational experience that addresses their academic, social and emotional needs.

Mrs. V-C and her husband, Michael, are the parents of two young children, Lucas and Ava.

 Dominique Talbot  Dominique Talbot
Assistant Principal 
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It is my pleasure to serve as the Assistant Principal of Constable Elementary School!

My career in education began in 2011 within the South Brunswick School District as a kindergarten teacher at Monmouth Junction Elementary School. I then began teaching special education in grades 1-5 at Indian Fields Elementary School for several years. In 2017, I had the opportunity to serve the district as the interim supervisor of special education at South Brunswick High School. From July 2017-September 2019, I had the pleasure to serve the Hopewell Valley Regional School District as the district’s PreK-12 supervisor of special education before returning to South Brunswick in 2019 as the shared assistant principal of both Constable and Monmouth Junction Elementary Schools.

I have a B.S. in Psychology from The College of New Jersey and a Master’s degree in Special Education from The College of New Jersey. I also received my Post Master’s in Educational Leadership from The College of New Jersey. 

In my role as Assistant Principal, it is my goal to work with all staff, students, and families in order to promote the academic, social, and emotional growth of every child.