• Program Description
    The elementary program prides itself on providing a school experience while supporting our students with the tailored therapeutic environment they require. Our program is rich in trained professionals, supports and technology specific to our population but we are still a school. All students have access to literacy, math, language and writing as well as content area (science and social studies) instruction. Students engage in weekly specials of physical education, art education, life skills classes and music therapy. On Fridays we host electives in order for students to have choice in their academic programming. Some of our elective choices have included lego club, basketball, cooking or music class.
    Our school community engages in monthly all school-wide events such as Fire Safety Week, mobile fieldtrips, and awarding Students of the Month each month. Community outings are common for all programs and allow students to generalize their skills to other settings. Some classrooms visit local stores to conduct simple purchases and others enjoy more leisure-based outings such as Sky Zone. Our classrooms are equipped with technology such as smart boards, Ipads, Kindles and laptops to engage and enhance our curricula.
    We welcome family involvement in our program. Many families find this a helpful and healthy link to the school. Volunteers for school events are always needed and our Parent Advisory Group is very active in our community.  We also understand that family communication is paramount. We work with outside agencies and families to establish a communication schedule that allows the student to be most successful.
    As well as teachers and trained aides, our program has a wealth of therapists to assist our students and train our staff in the most current research-based intervention strategies. Our integrated therapy approach provides Board Certified Behavior Analysts, Speech/Language Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, Music Therapists, and Social Workers that work with the classroom staff to ensure the whole child’s needs are met.
    We welcome any and all questions or tours. Please click on the links above to get specific details for each specialized area.
    Program Location:
    135 Coburn Rd,
    Tyngsboro MA 01879
    Program Hours:
    8:15AM - 2:15PM, Monday through Friday
    School Year:
    September Through June; Plus a six week summer program
    Referral Process/Contact: 
    Initial contact from District SPED Director or liaison followed by referral packet sent to:
    Jennifer Bergeron
    Valley Elementary School
    135 Coburn Rd,
    Tyngsboro, MA 01879
    Phone: 978-528-7843

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Upcoming Events

  • June 18

    Half Day 

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    Parent Advisory Group
    Meets the 2nd Thursday from 12 noon to 1 pm at the school.
    New members welcome at any time! 
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