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Executive Council
Bryan Moore, President 
Hatboro-Horsham High School

Sue McGorrey, Vice President
Hatboro-Horsham High School

Jenifer Basmajian, Secretary
Hallowell Elementary

Kate Rae, Treasurer
Keith Valley Middle School

Stephanie Keene, Membership Chair
Keith Valley Middle School
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HHEF Learning Grants Award Winners
Congratulations to the 2018 HHEF Innovative Learning Grand Recipients

Sensory Sensitivity Solution provides equipment and materials for sensory centers at Hatboro-Horsham High School. By offering access to forms of movement and tactile experiences, the new materials will help students on the autism spectrum function at their optimal performance level.
Grant Authors: Alexis Schagrin and Jill Moynahan

KV Library 4-C-Able Makerspace will transform the Keith Valley Library into a more vibrant and flexible learning environment. Students will create and design utilizing a LEGO design wall, 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

Makey Makey introduces Scratch programming into fourth grade classrooms districtwide. Makey Makey devices utilize currents flowing through everyday objects to enable students to build touch-enabled devices for the computer.
Grant Authors: Kevin Deissler, Stacy Rotchford, and David Shinton

LEGO Robot Invasion completes a three-year pilot introducing robotics to all district elementary schools. The grant will bring additional LEGO Mindstorm EV3 into Hatboro-Horsham, supporting efforts to increase student access to the FIRST robotics programs and providing a 2:1 robot to student ratio.
Grant Authors: Amy Ambler, Kyle Milbrand, Eric Glemser, Nicole Miletto, Dan Beck, Tara Grow, John Schumann, and Kevin Deissler

Mindfulness in the Classroom will welcome mindfulness expert Jacquie O’Malley for workshops with 4th and 5th graders at Pennypack Elementary School. Students will strengthen their impulse control, become more self-aware, and apply self-regulation skills inside and outside the classroom.
Grant Authors: Sarah Carner and Heather Brzezinski

Synthesize with STREAM provides materials to infuse a makerspace into a third-grade classroom at Simmons Elementary School. Students will build and design to solve problems and develop reading and writing skills by telling stories about their creations.
Grant Authors: Karen Roseman and Kevin Deissler

Creative Design through Collaboration and Construction will support a new digital literacy course for all students in grades 6, 7, 8 at Keith Valley Middle School with the purchase of the Padcaster all-in-one mobile video production suite, a vinyl cutter, and a Ricoh Theta 360 Virtual Reality Camera to capture video for VR production.
Grant Authors: Val Fasy and Carol Miller

Building Community #underconstruction is an opportunity for the students and staff of Crooked Billet Elementary and Hallowell Elementary, the two elementary schools merging in September 2018, to come together at College Settlement Camp for team-building challenges. Students will be meeting classmates, making new friends, and building the foundation for a year-long adventure in collaboration!
Grant Authors: Val Slott and Tami Wunder-Italia

Mindfulness Comes First will support the social emotional learning of first graders at Hallowell and Crooked Billet Elementary Schools with workshops in mindfulness.
Grant Authors: Nancy Castle and Diane Heitzenrater

Creative Minds: An Innovative Maker’s Space will bring a mobile makerspace including LEGOs, K’NEX, Magformers, Chibitronics, Keva Structures and Qubits, to Pennypack Elementary - enabling students to problem-solve, collaborate, and embrace the creative process.
Grant Author: John Schumann

Broadway Comes to HHSD invites Chris Newcomer, accomplished Broadway and opera performer, to host a performance and masterclass for students at Keith Valley Middle School and Hatboro-Horsham High School.
Grant Authors: Jon Timmons and Mindy Rubinlicht

Greenhouse and Compost Area will launch Hatboro-Horsham’s first greenhouse. Students enrolled in the high school’s health and life skills courses will learn to grow fruits and vegetables and establish a composting program in the cafeteria.
Grant Authors: Dianne Hitchens and Tom Butts

Mindfulness Matters will help students in grades 3-5 at Blair Mill Elementary improve concentration, lower stress, strengthen impulse control, and develop empathy and understanding of others to improve classroom behavior and enhance academic achievement.
Grant Authors: Dipa Richardson and Ryan Thomas

The Synergistic Wall of Collaboration will introduce LiteTouch interactive screens into computer science courses at Hatboro-Horsham High School to support the recent 1:1 initiative. Students will use this digital display technology to explore new means of collaborating with their personal devices.
Grant Author: William Yuengel

STEM All Year connects authentic children's literature and STEM-based activities to engage Crooked Billet’s special education classes in creative exploration and problem-solving.
Grant Author: Kelly Conlan

Coding for All Ages! puts the world of coding and design thinking at the fingertips of all Pennypack Elementary students. The Ozobot provides game-embedded challenges in math and science and enables students to harness their creativity and logic to develop their problem solving abilities.
Grant Authors: Sharon Mirabelli and Christine Jenkins

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

Teleprompters for TV Production Newsmagazine Show provides two teleprompter kits to support Hatboro-Horsham High School’s television and film production curriculum and to help launch a weekly newsmagazine show.
Grant Author: Drew Berchick
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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