PROSPER in Pike County
Delaware Valley School District is located in Pike County, Pennsylvania and serves five townships (Delaware, Dingman, Milford, Shohola, and Westfall) and two boroughs (Milford and Matamoras). Formed in 1954, is comprised of seven individual schools. These include two high schools, two middle schools and four elementary schools. The schools are Dingman Delaware Primary, Dingman Delaware Elementary, Delaware Valley Elementary, Smith Nelson Shohola Elementary, Dingman Delaware Middle, Delaware Valley Middle, and Delaware Valley High. Delaware Valley School District offers the LifeSkills Training to all Middle School Students Grades 6-8. The Strengthening Families Program: for Parents and Youth 10-14 (SFP 10-14) is offered annually, alternating between the Delaware Valley and Dingman Delaware Middle Schools.
For parents and youth ages 10-14, SFP 10-14 is an exciting opportunity for Delaware Valley families as it affords them a chance to spend quality time together while learning new skills through games and interactive projects. For 7 weeks, parents and youth attend a weekly 2 hour session where they will have lots of fun learning ways to promote family bonding, to keep lines of family communication open, and to use their families’ strengths to solve problems together.
The Strengthening Families Program: for Parents and Youth 10-14 will be held at the Delaware Valley Middle School. The 7-week program includes dinner and child care.
LifeSkills Training is run continually throughout the school year as a PE/Health rotation.
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