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    Valencia Elementary School is located in an established neighborhood in thenorthern part of Upland. We are nestled up against the San Gabriel mountains which gives us stunning views from our school site every day! When entering our school, you will be greeted by our rock garden that celebrates the unique qualities of each of our students. From there, we have over 25 classrooms that are staffed by highly qualified teachers who dedicate themselves to successful learning for all of their students each day. Valencia is home to two Specialized Academic Instruction classes that meet the needs of students in grades 1-6. We also have a Resource Specialist Program, a part-time school psychologist,an occupational therapist,a full-time speech-language therapist, and other itinerant staff to support students.

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