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Wantage Headstart

We are a headstart program in Wantage, NJ. We provide each child here with a free homemade Breakfast, Lunch, and snack each school day. Our School and meals are provided to all 50 of our clients free of charge. Families we serve are low income in our community. We also have a small in center pantry area for our families here to bring home. We

This listing was last updated Apr 11, 2023

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Hours are in EDT. Hours updated 1 year ago

9 Boulder Hills Boulevard, Wantage, NJ, USAGet Directions

  • 973-846-1110

  • Amanda Wertz

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We are only in the Center M-F. Please call Amanda who runs our meal program to set up drop off arrangements.


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