Vanguard students added their two cents – actually, their 40,000 cents! – to the fight against childhood cancer.
“Social skills” means many things to many people. Using manners and treating other people well is often referred to as “good social skills.” Others refer to social skills as how friendly someone is or how well he or she get along with others.
Vanguard Lower School welcomed a high-flier on October 26, when Challenger, a bald eagle, visited students.
Remember the thrill of riding a bike for that first time – no training wheels, no parent holding you up? Dr. Jeanne Erthal, a physical therapist at VFES, shares a few important tips for teaching children how to ride that first two-wheel bike.
Under blue skies, Lower School students at Vanguard celebrated the opening of a new playground.
Nearly 500 people came out to our campus on Sept. 9 to participate in the 2012 Philadelphia Area Walk for Childhood Apraxia of Speech and Family Fun Day.
Learn about apraxia and available resources at The Luma Center and join us for the Philadelphia Area Walk for Apraxia on September 9.
This year, 65 students from The Vanguard School participated in the Chester County Special Olympics. Everyone came home a winner.
This June, 27 students from the senior class at The Vanguard School will move one step closer to adulthood.
How do you know if a student would benefit from Assistive Technology? When a student is identified as one who may need the assistance of technology, educators enter the student into the SETT process.