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Educational Warehouse
1655-1 State Route 23, Wayne, NJ 07470
Educational Warehouse is a general school supply store. Teachers and students alike can stock up on various educationalMore material and school day essentials.
Diabetes Education Center at St Joseph's Wayne Hospital
224 Hamburg Tpke, Wayne, NJ 07470
The Diabetes Education Center at St. Joseph's Wayne Hospital specializes in outpatient self-managed care. It is led byMore certified nurse educators, physicians, dieticians and nutritionists. It provides individual counseling and general education for individuals learning to manage diabetes. The center is affiliated with the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
Wayne Valley High School
551 Valley Rd, Wayne, NJ 07470
Wayne Valley High School serves the township of Wayne's children by offering a comprehensive education. The school'sMore goal is to inspire success by creating a safe educational environment that promotes tolerance and respect for others. The school works together with the community to provide students with the educational means they need to reach their personal and professional goals.
Happy Day Learning Center / Calvary Christian Academy
1111 Preakness Ave, Wayne, NJ 07470
The Happy Day Learning Center and Calvary Christian Academy offers programs for infants through Kindergarten.More Activities include music, art, chapel, computer, dance, math, physical education and early education science lab. The school houses an on-site gymnasium, library, kitchen and music room.
Lafayette Elementary School
100 Laauwe Ave, Wayne, NJ 07470
Lafayette Elementary School follows Martin Luther King Jr.'s belief that the goal of true education is to strengthenMore intelligence and character. Good citizenship is achieved through several Character Education Programs, such as Cooperative Discipline, Positive Action School, Conflict Resolution, Y.E.S. (anti-bullying program), the Heartwood Program and more.
The Goddard School
2086 Hamburg Tpke, Wayne, NJ 07470

Goddard is a private school offering early childhood development. The school accepts children between the agesMore of 6 weeks and 6 years, with some programs for older children. Children can attend either half or full days, for as many as five or as few as two days each week.

The school is owned by Kimberley Scott, a mother of two who has a bachelor's and master's degree in education and is a certified reading instructor. The educational director is Amy Emann, who holds a bachelor's degree in education and is a certified teacher.