Head Start program expanding in Paterson beginning this fall. New classrooms will be available to serve 3-5 year old children who live in Paterson. These classrooms will be located in the St. Stephen's School located at 90 Martin Street, Paterson. Applications are now being accepted for September enrollment. Contact 973-546-2634 X 424 for information and application.
Paterson Head Start Expanding
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