March 13, 2020

Dear Parents/Guardians, Faculty, Staff, Students, and Community Members,

As we continue to take proactive measures in the interest of health and safety in response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19), please be advised that all Northern Valley Regional High School District previously approved and pending facility use applications have been cancelled effective immediately.

We appreciate your continued support and understanding.  Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or concerns.


Marc A. Capizzi

School Business Administrator/Board Secretary

DIRECTOR's Message

Welcome To Region III / Valley Regional Programs!

Over twenty years ago, Region III Superintendents asked that a public school program covering pre-kindergarten through eighth grade be developed to serve the needs of children with autism and related learning difficulties in the Northern Valley area. Neighboring special education regions joined in to support the concept of a high quality program providing research-based interventions together with inclusion opportunities within the community.

PIE PLUS, the original name of the program, formed a Developmental Committee with parents, staff and administration. The first consultant group, Douglass Developmental Disabilities Center, Rutgers University, was hired to assist. After two preschool classes were started, the Eden Family of Services of Princeton, New Jersey and its Director of Outreach Services became the new consultant.

We changed our name to the Valley Program in our fourth year. At the same time, the Region II joined Northern Valley in providing services to these students. We expanded to work with Region V in our fifth year, with the addition of three classes in the River Dell Middle School.

The Valley Program presently offers twenty-five classrooms for children three to eighteen years old with inclusion resources available at all levels. Our preschool children have opportunities to participate in the Little Tots Preschool Program. Nine Valley classrooms are housed in regular educational settings. In 2016-2017, we started the Summit Program working in conjunction with Northern Valley Regional HS Special Education Department for students 18-21 years old on the autism spectrum.