Hatboro-Horsham School District
The Hatboro-Horsham School District is located in Montgomery County in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. It encompasses an area of approximately 22 square miles (57 km2) with a population of 30,774 (as of 2003). During the 2001-02, school year the district provided basic educational services to 5365 students with 388 teachers.
The district operates five elementary schools (K-5), one middle school (6-8) and one high school (9-12) in the towns of Horsham and Hatboro. It is an undistinguished district, but is notable for the Keith Valley Challenge, the largest middle school fund-raising event in the country. Currently, the largest amount raised was approximately $52,000.
The Superintendent is Dr. Curtis J. Griffin Ed.D.
The Assistant Superintendent of Secondary Education is Mr. John R. Nodecker.
The Assistant Superintendent of Elementary Education is Mrs. Monica J. Taylor.
|Hatboro-Horsham High School||link||9-12||1900||Mr. Dennis M. Williams, Jr.|
|Keith Valley Middle School||link||6-8||1201||Mr. Jonathan Kircher|
|Blair Mill Elementary School||link||K-5||416||Ms. Nancy Doherty|
|Crooked Billet Elementary School||link||K-5||255||Ms. Kari D. Hill||Crooked Billet was built on the Crooked Billet Battle ground|
|Hallowell Elementary School||link||K-5||368||Mr. Steve Glaize||Hallowell is the replacement school for Horsham Elementary School that was moved from the grassy area from in front of the Naval Air Base to current address.|
|Pennypack Elementary School||link||K-5||253||Ms. Amy Roslevege|
|Simmons Elementary School||link||1-5||950||Mrs. Karen Kanter||Simmons Elementary School was opened in 1995. Mrs.Kanter was principal for one year at Hallowell Elementary School for one year before Mr.Glaize.|
|Limekiln-Simmons School||link||Now known as the Pre-School in the district serving children 4 and under before going of to one of the various elementary schools.||In September 1999 the original Simmons building was reopened as Limekiln-Simmons for kindergarten students, the CARE Program, and the Hatboro-Horsham Special Services Department. Currently Limekiln-Simmons is serving as the base of operations for the district's special services department.|
Note: Based on district web site June 2011.