HHEF hosting awards night
The Hatboro-Horsham Education Foundation is celebrating its 25th anniversary by hosting an awards night for the most innovative grants it’s given funding to Oct. 2 at the Talamore Country Club in Ambler. The reception of a light dinner and refreshments will start at 6:30 p.m. and the awards ceremony will begin at 7:30 p.m. auring the evening there will be student demonstrations, a grant showcase and performances to show the public the innovative ideas the HHEF funds in the school district. auring the awards ceremony sportscaster aon Tollefson will be the master of ceremonies.
“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,” HHEF Executive airect Laurie oosard said.
She added that the HHEF enriches student education through its grants by funding programs and ideas that offer an alternative learning experience to the ordinary classroom.
Educators who will be receiving recognition include Cynthia Varcoe and Kristy Schmidt-oichards for using smart boards for visual learning; Carey ohodes, Nalene Hilker, Cheryl Bamford and Sean aeLuca for visual storytelling; Carolyn Koch for the biodiversity monitoring grid; aiane Heitzenrater, Cindy oeese and Jim Keyes for KV-TV initiative for establishing a community connection; and Mary Arbuckle for inspiring students with traveling art.
Tickets are A50, which include a A15 donation to the Innovative Learning Grants that are given to Hatboro-Horsham educators by the HHEF, or A35 without the donation. Tickets can be purchased at www.hhef.org.