Hatboro-Horsham Educational Foundation to Honor Grant Recipients During 25th Anniversary Gala
It will be an evening when teachers, students and creative education are celebrated. The Hatboro-Horsham Educational Foundation (HHEF) will pay homage to the most impactful Innovative Learning Grant recipients during its 25th anniversary celebration, which will be hosted at the Talamore Country Club, 723 Talamore Drive in Ambler on Oct. 2.
The evening begins at 6:30 p.m. with a reception, which includes light dinner and refreshments. Following the reception, the night continues with an awards presentation, which gets underway at 7:30 p.m. Philadelphia sportscaster Don Tollefson will serve as the event’s master of ceremonies.
The evening includes a grant showcase, demonstrations and student performances. A video presentation will be shown to guests that shows the Foundation’s impact on the school and Hatboro-Horsham community throughout the years.
The Foundation will present awards to Hatboro-Horsham School District educators who have made an impact in and outside the classroom and have made imaginative learning a priority.
The Foundation’s 25th anniversary celebration is made possible by the generous support of its sponsors, including Hatboro Federal Savings, Motorola Mobility, Janssen Biotech and the Hatboro-Horsham Education Association (HHEA).
HHEF Executive Director Laurie Rosard said the Foundation enriches the educational experience and students’ lives by offering them alternative learning opportunities outside of the traditional educational model that brings curriculum to life.
“We are extremely excited and proud to honor these teachers who have used the Foundation’s Innovative Learning Grants to advance education and help students obtain the necessary skills needed for their futures,” Rosard added.
Awards will be given to the following recipients in these categories:
Hands On Math & Science
Eric Zygmont — High School Robotics Club and Using Smart Boards for Visual Learning
Cynthia Varco and Kristy Schmidt-Richards — Using Smart Boards for Visual Learning
Linda Moosher Roth — Hatboro-Horsham Heritage Quilt
Media & Digital Literacy
Dave Thomas — HHTV - Making "Moving" Video Memories
Carey Rhodes, Nalene Hilker, Cheryl Bamford and Sean DeLuca — Digital Storytelling
Nancylynn Sicilia and Meghan Struzinski — How Does Media Influence Who We Are?
Steve Glaize — Seven Habits of Happy Kids and The Leader in Me
Diane Heitzenrater, Cindy Reese and Jim Keyes — KV-TV: Establishing a Community Connection
Dianne Hitchens — Community Experience
Arts & Culture
Bill Naydan, Dave Schopp and Chris Kuczynski — Commissioned Music Works
Mary Arbuckle — Inspiring Students with Traveling Art
Sarah Sweet — Kinetic Sculpture
If you go
The Hatboro-Horsham Educational Foundation’s (HHEF) 25th anniversary will be held at the Talamore Country Club at 6:30 p.m. on Oct. 2.
Tickets are $50, which includes a $15 donation to support the Foundation’s Innovative Learning Grants, $35 tickets are also available. Tickets can be purchased online by visiting www.hhef.org.
For more information, call 215-420-5261 or email email@example.com.