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The Fall Festival
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October 9th, 2022
Please come join us at our first ever Fall Festival to support the Hatboro-Horsham Educational Foundation and School District to see how your contributions benefit our kids!
Included with Paid Admission
A Food Truck Entrée or Desert * A Drink (with meal wristband) * Arts and Crafts * Face Paintings * Relay Races * Raffles * Bingo * Balloon Animals * Inflatable Games * Carnival Games W/ Prizes * Live Music* Cornhole Competition * Poetry Readings * Live Demonstrations from Hatboro-Horsham students * And Much More!
Michael Patrick O'Neil
October 19th, 2022
Join us for a meet and greet, book signing, and book sale with award-winning photographer and author Michael Patrick O’Neill.
Mr. O’Neill will be also working with HHSD students at every school site. His presentations combine the arts, science, and writing to promote a greater appreciation for the natural world, especially the oceans and their inhabitants, and its conservation.
Click HERE to order books signed by the author!
Free Admission For Children & Adults
Dr. Brook Gibbs!
Oct 23rd & 24th
HHEF is pleased to welcome author Bryan Smith to the HHSD this upcoming Fall!
Bryan will be presenting to the four elementary schools on October 23 and 24, 2023 with a parent presentation at Crooked Billet for all Hatboro-Horsham elementary parents on the evening of October 23rd.
Bryan Smith has been in elementary education the past 23 years. 18 of those years have been as an elementary school counselor. He is married and has two boys, ages 16 and 13. He has coached both of his boys in basketball and baseball. Mr. Smith is an award winning author and has published 25 books. Many of the examples in his books are real life examples he has experienced either as a dad, coach, or while working in an elementary school. He believes making real life examples help students relate to his stories. Each of his books have a page of teacher/parent tips at the end of the book to help further the discussion on that particular topic. Mr. Smith believes using story books is a great way for students to gain valuable knowledge to help address an array of skills that set up students to be successful at home, school, and in life.
Congratulations to Janet Kilbrite!
She won a car courtesy of Dempster's Quality Car Care.
The HHEF is proud to partner with Dempster’s Quality Auto Care. They are generous contributors to the community!
Thank you Dan Dempster and his amazing staff for partnering with us and helping spread HH pride in the community!
Thank you to our mascot, Sammy Dawson, for swooping down to Dempsters to help present this amazing surprise!
HHEF is a non-partisan organization that is committed to serving our community without regard to political affiliation or ideology. We do not endorse or support any political candidates or parties, and we strive to maintain a neutral stance on political issues. Our mission is to encourage excellence and to enhance and enrich educational opportunities offered to the students of the Hatboro-Horsham School District, and we believe that our work is best accomplished by focusing on the needs of the students in a non-partisan manner. We welcome and serve individuals of all backgrounds, beliefs, and political affiliations, and we believe that diversity and inclusivity are essential to achieving our goals. Our commitment to non-partisanship is a core value of our organization and is reflected in everything we do.