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HHEF News & Events
Enhancing the Learning Experience
“The Hatboro-Horsham Educational Foundation partners with the community, businesses, and the Hatboro-Horsham School District to provide inspiring programs and innovative learning grants to enhance the educational experience for all students.”
January - June
This year's Scientist-in-Residence, Shannon Kaplan, is an architect. Shannon will host a series of presentations at the HHHS centered on energy efficiency and building design.
Students will then be tasked to design their own building in order to get it to net zero energy (or at least make it as efficient as possible). Ms. Kaplan will serve as a consultant on the student’s buildings to evaluate their project and answer questions. HHHS science students in both classes will receive feedback from an expert in the field.
Hatters Hold 'Em
April 8, 2022
Join us for the HHEF’s 4th Hatters Hold ‘Em, a lively evening of casino games — all to support extraordinary learning experiences for Hatboro-Horsham students. Winnings earn you raffle tickets for fabulous prizes!
This fun community event is hosted in partnership with the Borough of Hatboro and Horsham Township. You can enjoy mingling with local officials, Hatboro-Horsham educators, your neighbors and celebrity dealers from our local community and the Hatboro-Horsham School District.
A Choral Experience
Black History Month
16th February 2022
The choral students of Hatboro-Horsham are getting ready for the big day! They attended a clinic featuring Dr. Rollo Dilworth and Willeena Booker. Dr. Dilworth is a composer and Temple University Assistant Professor of Music, while Ms. Booker is a poet and a 1st grade teacher in our School District. Dr. Dilworth and Ms. Booker composed the music and lyrics (respectively) for a brand new piece titled One Voice that will be world debuted by the Hatboro-Horsham High School Choir this month. The clinic included introductory remarks by each visitor followed by a round of questions-and-answers. Afterwards each of the High School Choral groups sang several of their pieces for Dr. Dilworth and he coached them through recommended improvements.