Spotlight on Valley Day

  • Pretzel Day

    Pretzel Days are here! Pretzels can be purchased every Wednesday morning for $.50. They will be fresh and warm for your child to purchase when they arrive in homeroom.

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  • SuMMer FuN ~ ESY Cookout

    Students in our ESY Program enjoyed a special treat today! Ms. Traci grilled delicious hotdogs and cheeseburgers for our students to enjoy. HaPpY Summer!

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  • New Uniform Policy

    As we look ahead to the 2022-2023 School Year, the Valley Day School uniform will change. The new uniform will consist of Khaki colored pants and a VDS navy blue collared shirt. The shirts will be available for purchase as the new school years begins. 2022-2023 will be a transition year, where students may still wear the light blue shirts and black pants. Thank you in advance for your cooperation and support in helping our students represent their best selves.

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  • Graduation

    Congratulations Class of 2022! "You have Brains in your HEAD. You have FEET in your shoes. You can STEER yourself any direction you CHOOSE ~ Dr. Seuss

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  • Park Day

    Students celebrated the end of the academic year by spending the day at Falls Township Park. Students fished, played basketball, golfed, played board games and much more.. Happy end of 2021-2022 School Year!

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  • Field Day

    Our entire school had fun on Field Day! The Blue Team vs The White Team, they challenged each other at The Tug of War, Bat Pin Relay, Pizza Box Sprint and many more fun events. Students showed upstanding sportsmanship, danced to the music and had a terrific time!

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  • Awards Ceremony

    On June 2nd Valley Day School celebrated our Awards Ceremony. Many awards were given for Honor Roll, Attendance, Vikings, Physical Education and many, many more. We are so proud of all our students! Congratulations! Please extend a special congratulations to our Senior, Evan, who will be attending college this fall!

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  • Phanatic about Reading

    Our students participated in the Phanatic about Reading Program through the Phillies. They had to read 600 books from September to March, they surpassed the goal and read a total of 700 books. The Phillies rewarded their voracious reading by issuing each student a free Phillies Ticket!

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  • Gardening

    Students and staff are working hard in our garden. The organic garden will feature a number of seasonal vegetables and flowers. In our organic garden, Snipe's Farm planted a variety of fruit trees, berry bushes, and herbs that are tended by the students on a regular basis. Our students often have the pleasure of enjoying the fruits of our garden and have learned to eat natural unprocessed snacks. “To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow.” ~ Audrey Hepburn

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  • Meet the Valley Day Gentlemen's Group!

    According to Darnell Alford, a Behavioral Support Professional at Valley Day School, "Gentlemen's Group of Valley Day is a mentoring program that shows our young men the characteristics of being a true gentleman and also helps prepare them for life's challenges after high school."

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  • Meet Our Clinical Support Team!

    Within our trauma-informed environment, clinical and behavioral support is critical for the personal and academic growth of our students. We believe the root of many behavioral issues students face can be linked to traumatic experiences. Our behavioral and clinical support teams play an important role in fulfilling our mission by helping students identify past trauma and learning new strategies for growth and change.

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  • Meet Our Behavior Support Professionals!

    Our staff behavioralists work directly with students to identify healthy behaviors and help students apply those behaviors in and out of school. When negative behavior occurs, our behavioralists will try to determine the causes of the behavior and work with the student, teachers, case managers, and family to determine a course of action to prevent further actions from occurring.

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  • Learn About Valley Day Leading Ladies!

    Leading Ladies is a weekly group developed on the foundation of Education, Service and Mentorship. We LEARN about ourselves and how we are connecting and disconnecting with with others. We LEARN how to utilize conflict management skills. Finally, we LEARN how to maintain healthy friendships. As Leading Ladies, we SERVE our school and local community by collecting items and bringing them to local shelters.

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Program Features

  • Mission Statement

    Valley Day School is a private, non-profit, state-funded, special education school licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Education for students who are experiencing learning and/or adjustment difficulties. 

    Valley Day School serves children and young adults with behavioral, learning/developmental, and/or emotional problems, many of whom have serious learning difficulties and very challenging behaviors.

    Valley Day School's educational program is based on our belief that each student possesses unique needs and strengths.  An educational program that is individually prescribed for each student meets these needs.  A multidisciplinary team approach coordinating knowledge and skills is used to assist students in reaching their greatest potential.




    ""Teaching Students the Tools for a Healthy Life""

  • 988

    The 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline is a national network of local crisis centers that provides free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress 24 hours a day, 7 days a week & 365 days a year.



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  • Safe 2 Say

    Safe2Say Something (S2SS) is a youth violence prevention program run by the Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General.  The program teaches young people and adults how to recognize warning signs and signals, especially on social media, from individuals who may be a threat to themselves or others and to "say something" BEFORE it is too late.

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