Innovative Learning Grants
Each year, through the Innovative Learning Grants Program, the Hatboro-Horsham Educational Foundation awards grants to launch programs that will enrich the district’s curriculum and expand our students’ learning experiences. Inspired teachers and principals draw upon their classroom experiences to develop these groundbreaking programs, and all program proposals are carefully reviewed and selected by a committee comprised of HHEF board members, community members and school district administrators.
For 2019-20, the HHEF has awarded 20 Innovative Learning grants to 37 educators, totaling more than to $102,000.
See Previous Years' Grants:
Grants Awarded 2018-19
Support for HHSD Programs
The HHEF annually supports the following programs
for Hatboro-Horsham School District.
The HHEF supports the district's outdoor classroom by inviting environmental educators from organizations like Briar Bush Nature Center and Schuykill Center for Environmental Education to facilitate workshops with students.
As an ongoing partner of Hatters Robotics, the HHEF provides funds for equipment needs and supports the teams' participation in local and national competitions.
Be a Part of the Conversation is a drug and alcohol awareness program founded within Hatboro-Horsham School District. The HHEF funds the workshops they provide for students, teachers, and families affected by addiction.
Guest Presenters Series
Each year, the HHEF welcomes accomplished authors, speakers, and artists to present, perform and work with Hatboro-Horsham students. These experiences, from performing alongside an accomplished musician to hearing the motivational words of a renowned athlete, represent the extraordinary learning opportunities we endeavor to provide. Prior speakers have included M.I.T. professor and robotics pioneer, Woodie Flowers, children’s author David Kirk, basketball star Chris Heron, and the Cavani String Quartet. Whenever possible, our guests stay for an evening presentation for the community.
In 2019-2020, the HHEF will host the following guests:
The HHEF's Girls' STEAM initiative is encouraging girls in our district to maintain an interest in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math throughout their school career.
The HHEF will host a series of Girls' STEAM assemblies and lunch-n-learn programs to introduce girls in Keith Valley and High School to accomplished young women pursuing STEAM-related careers.
Please contact Stephanie Yoder (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are interested in getting involved with HHEF’s Girls STEAM initiative!