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Sunday, November 29, 2020
Executive Council
Bryan Moore, President 

Hatboro-Horsham High School

TBD, Vice President 

Jenifer Basmajian, Secretary
Crooked Billet Hallowell Learning Community

Kate Rae, Treasurer
Keith Valley Middle School

Stephanie Keene, Membership Chair
Keith Valley Middle School


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HHEF Learning Grants Award Winners

Introducing Our First Ever High Impact Grant!


CAMaster Stinger II SR-34 CNC Router is a state-of-the-art piece of technology that will help distinguish Hatboro-Horsham High School as having one of the best technology education departments around. Students will create computer generated models of their design, create toolpaths and then use the CNC machine to create their design. This is a versatile machine that will allow students to stretch their creative limits!

Grant Author: Adam Killion


Innovative Learning Grants


Keith Valley Exploring Science provides all Keith Valley students the opportunity to use technology such as Vernier Interfaces, temperature probes, 3D printers and virtual reality to explore key scientific concepts using innovative hands-on activities.

Grant Authors: Carol Miller, Valerie Fasy, Jamie Ginsberg, Ken Trautwein, Michelle Campellone and Tracey Remaily


Virtual Reality Lab in the High School gives our students the ability to truly comprehend an obscure concept by immersing them into that realm, virtually, allowing for those “eureka” moments.

Grant Authors: Derek Fromal, Kristina Ulmer & Dennis Steinly


Full Spectrum Laser with Retina Engrave 3D Software is a mid-level pro series laser that will give High School students the opportunity to take projects to the next level through greater customization.

Grant Author: Nick Pompei


“Becoming the Best Me I Can Be” with Author Julia Cook will bring a renowned, best-selling author for an engaging, entertaining and thought provoking assembly program highlighting important social and emotional skills for elementary students.

Grant Author: Steve Glaize


KV Library 4-C-Able Makerspace was introduced into Keith Valley earlier this school year and became an instant hit. We are continuing this grant to allow for more creative and personalized learning opportunities using EV3 robotics, K’Nex engineering, LittleBits circuitry, textile-based designing and sewing, Ozobot programming, and both 3D and vinyl designing and printing/cutting.

Grant Author: Lisa Quinn


All-Terrain Wheelchairs allow district students with mobility disabilities the opportunity to participate in activities and events where a normal wheelchair cannot navigate such as the Jarrett Nature Center, College Settlement Camp, or even one of our playgrounds and sports fields. Through this grant, two all-terrain wheelchairs have been purchased.

Grant Authors: Judy Johnson and Kelly Wenner

The Use of Virtual Reality in the Driver’s Education Classroom gives our High School students virtual reality simulation experiences to practice driving scenarios in order to increase their knowledge and retention through a customized experience.

Grant Authors: Justin Hager & Dana Sacony

Mindfulness Matters will welcome mindfulness expert Jacquie O’Malley to Blair Mill Elementary School for workshops with the students in grades K-5. Students will strengthen their impulse control, become more self-aware and apply self-regulation skills inside and outside the classroom.

Grant Authors: Ryan Thomas & Dipa Richardson

Synthesize with STREAM is a second-year continuation grant that provides materials to infuse makerspace materials into third-grade classrooms at Simmons Elementary School. Students work will collaboratively to build and design, to solve problems, and to develop reading and writing skills by telling stories about their creations.

Grant Authors: Karen Roseman & Kaylyn Frame

Drones in the Classroom provides Keith Valley Middle School students an innovative approach to learning about drone technology and how it works. In addition to building and flying drones, students learn about the science behind them: aerodynamics, magnetism, wave transmission, satellites and global positioning systems and more.

Grant Authors: Valerie Fasy & Carol Miller


From the Classroom to the Community: A Schoolwide Service-Learning Project provides funding to support Blair Mill Elementary School’s first annual Day-of-Service; the culminating event of a year-long schoolwide Service-Learning project. Each Blair Mill classroom partnered with a local organization to design and implement projects with the culmination of these activities will occur on the Day- of- Service. Day- of- Service will be filled with service activities including an assembly with the Giving Tree Organization and student self- reflections about the year long experience. 

Grant Authors: Ryan Thomas, Rachel Hockfield, Jennifer Glaize


Engineering Adventures: Creating a Generation of Problem Solvers will provide innovative opportunities for 4th and 5th grade students at Blair Mill Elementary School.  Students will tackle engineering challenges and be guided through hands-on activities to help them solve the real-world problems using the 4C’s.

Grant Authors: Amy Ambler, Susanna Kiss, Kyle Milbrand & Sarah Becker


Architecture After School is a program at Pennypack Elementary designed for 4th and 5th grade students to enhance their skills in observation, critical thinking, communication and collaboration. Under the facilitation of an Associate Professor of Sustainable Architecture at Jefferson University, students will learn to design, critique and present plans and models of a classroom and adjacent outdoor space for the new Keith Valley Middle School.

Grant Authors: Brea D’Angelo, Sarah Carner and Bob Campman


Fast Track to English Language Acquisition and Digital Literacy will utilize iPads and related applications to support English language learners at Keith Valley Middle School as they develop their language and digital literacy skills.
Grant Author: Juan Suarez-Romero


Pre-Production/Scripting Software and Gimbal Stabilizer for Film and TV Classes provides equipment at the High School that is modern, industry-standard and competitive with other programs in the area. This will allow the students to be more organized and “equipped” to take more risks towards success and prepare them for the future.

Grant Author: Andrew Berchick


New! Classroom Grants


Student Led Coffee Business will give Blair Mill Elementary Students the experience of developing and running a coffee business. Don’t worry - the coffee is for adults only!

Grant Author: Amy Ambler


Healthy Eating with Air Fryers will be utilized by students in Keith Valley Middle School’s Family and Consumer Science Nutrition and Wellness class to explore advantages of enjoying comfort foods while trying to maintain a nutritional and balanced diet.

Grant Author: Priscilla Martin


Green Screen Studio gives students in Simmons Elementary School 1st and 2nd grades the ability to use green screen technology to enhance their learning.

Grant Authors: Jennifer Lloyd and Theresa Weber


Integrate Literacy with History and Science will introduce the STEM book “Inga’s Amazing Ideas”, along with Legos Education Simple Machines to engage Pennypack Elementary students in small group literacy instruction with the history of the orphan trains in post-Civil War America as well as the effects of technology on everyday life.

Grant Author: Maria McGrath

In the News
Governor Tom Wolf Wins Re-Election! - Wednesday, November 7, 2018
Tom Wolf for Education read more ...
HHEF STEAM: Dr. Morgan Cable - Thursday, May 10, 2018

Join NASA Scientist, Dr. Morgan Cable, best known for her role leading the Cassini Mission to Saturn as she shares her experiences researching the extreme environments of Earth, Saturn & Jupiter!

Dr. Morgan L. Cable is a Research Scientist at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California. She earned her Ph.D. in Chemistry from Caltech in 2010, where she developed a new way to search for the toughest form of life. She has since worked on the Cassini Mission, performed field work in extreme places like the Atacama Desert and Mt Kilimanjaro, and developed new instruments and mission concepts to seek out life in the solar system. Currently, Morgan is part of the Project Science Team on the Europa Lander mission concept and creates mini Titan methane lakes in the laboratory. In her free time, Morgan enjoys surfing, mountain unicycling and running a space camp in South Korea. 
When I Grow Up Expo! - Thursday, May 10, 2018
See our great teachers and district staff in action!

http://www.montgomerynews.com/publicspirit/news/hatboro-horsham-school-district-hosts-when-i-grow-up-career/article_5377785f-59c4-59a4-8e0c-6724d3c2f3b3.html  read more ...
Hatters Robotics holds Expo - Friday, May 5, 2017
Robotics Expo showcases students tech skills in Horsham read more ...
Hatboro-Horsham School District Gets $100K Donation For STEM Programs read more ...
Keith Valley Teachers Honored at United Nations - Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Keith Valley teachers honored at United Nations for their work in raising $6,000 to build a well in South Sudan.  


HHEA Member Bob Lochel Recognized - Wednesday, May 6, 2015
Congratulations to HHEA member, Mr. Bob Lochel who was recognized at the Association of Teachers ​of Mathematics of Philadelphia and Vicinity (ATMOPAV) spring banquet and conference.
HHEA Member, Lauren Economou Weisberg, is proud to share student success!  Kevin Connell, a student at HHHS, earned a perfect score on his AP Art Studio Exam.  Read the full article from Hatboro-Horsham Patch.  Congratulations Kevin! read more ...
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