• Coopertown Elementary Librarian Named 2014 School Librarian of the Year

    Posted by Amanda Larsen at 4/18/2014

    Coopertown Elementary School librarian, Christina Brennan, was named 2014 School Librarian of the Year on Thursday, April 17 by Senator Daylin Leach (Montgomery/Delaware)  at the sixth annual Librarians of the Year celebration held at the American Reading Company in King of Prussia.

    “Ms. Brennan has introduced innovation to our school and community. She has both teachers and students seeking new possibilities,” described one nomination form sent to Leach’s office. “She makes the entire library and technology lab a tool for authentic learning. She is simply amazing.” 
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  • Lynnewood Choral Students Honored

    Posted by Amanda Larsen at 4/18/2014
    Three students from Lynnewood Elementary School were chosen to participate in the PMEA Elementary Chorus Fest at Chichester High School on April 11, 2014.
    Patrick Fry, Aliya Pumpuckdee and Allison Ross joined students from 35 other elementary schools for an all-day rehearsal and a special concert that night for their families. 
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  • Middle School Students Raise Funds Heart Disease Research

    Posted by Amanda Larsen at 4/10/2014
    At the annual Save A Heart event at the Haverford Middle School, students celebrated raising money for the American Heart Association by playing.  Relays, races, and jump rope contests set to the tune of loud kids and party music made for great events on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Even better, the students will know how much they have raised by Monday!  Way to Show your H-Pride!
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    Posted by Amanda Larsen at 4/10/2014
    The menu tab titled Educational Services is now titled Academics.  The title Academics just seemed more clear.  You will find the same information under that tab as before and more. You can now find the Curriculum Office and the Pupil Services Office under the Academics tab, because they are responsible for District Academics. We want you to easily find the information that you need, and so we will keep updating the site. Way to find your Academic H-Pride!
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  • Ford Feedback

    Posted by Amanda Larsen at 4/10/2014
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    Way to show your H-Pride! 
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  • High School Poets Published

    Posted by Amanda Larsen at 4/9/2014
    poets Two of Ms. Ward’s 10th grade students at Haverford High School will have poems published in the upcoming print edition of Philadelphia Stories, Jr.  Ali Binder's poem "Pray for the People in Camden" and Anna Zachwieja's poem "Mama Said" will appear in the spring/summer edition of the magazine. 
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  • MS Student Council Digs In

    Posted by Amanda Larsen at 4/7/2014
    The Student Council at the Haverford Middle School spent Thursday assisting Haverford Green with their annual spring cleanup. They planted spring flowers in the triangle garden by the Lucky Dragon.
    Top row: (l-r) Claire Burns, Eden Yanaitis, Isabel Weir, Briana Creeley, Elizabeth Hay, Jack Scott, Alec Henderson, Josh Angell, Caitlin Betz, Haley Stokes, Molly LaVoe, Charlotte Hamburg, Jason Langin. Bottom row: Caroline Sessa, Chris Brown, Jack O'Leary, Caroline Burns, Maddy McAlexander, Julia Davies, Naomi Popiel
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  • This Week at Haverford High School

    Posted by Amanda Larsen at 4/7/2014
    Evening of Jazz
    The School District of Haverford Township, Department of Music, will present the 35th Annual Evening of Jazz on Wednesday, April 9, 2014 at 6:30 p.m. in the Haverford High School Auditorium. Tickets are $12.00 for adults and $6.00 for students/senior citizens. The concert will feature special guest artist Al Chez, trumpet.  This is the inaugural year of our Haverford Jazz Residency Program in which our guest artist visits Haverford and works with our students over 4 visits. The concert will be broadcast live from iRadioPhilly.com.
    Post Secondary Transition/College and Career Fair
    The School District of Haverford Township is hosting its Third Annual Post Secondary Transition Fair in conjunction with the College and Career Fair on Thursday, April 10 from 6pm - 8pm at the Haverford High School Gym.  The event is free and open to the public. Families can come for resources related to post secondary transition in the areas of education, employment, independent living, and financial planning. Students of all ages and their families are encouraged to attend. In addition, There will be over 70 colleges represented for students to explore. 
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  • April is Autism Awareness Month

    Posted by Amanda Larsen at 4/3/2014

    aut The School District of Haverford Township is celebrating Autism Awareness Month. At Manoa Elementary, the staff wore light blue on April 2, Autism Awareness Day. Pupil Services staff, instructors and students visited the School Board at their meeting on April 3. Students passed out Autism Awareness ribbons to board members. Instructors presented their program. Click here for an article from the Daily Times.

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  • Latin Scholars at the Middle School

    Posted by Amanda Larsen at 3/28/2014
    HMS 8th grade Latin 1 students participated at the Philadelphia Classical Society Competition at the Baldwin School in late February.  The first group of students created Roman cultural and historical projects, such as jewelry, the Circus Maximus, a ballista, mosaics, and a Roman shield, or scutum (just to name a few of the items made).  They created a physical recreation from Roman times as a quarter project for Latin class.  The best projects were then submitted to the competition at the Baldwin school in categories that included mosaics, reconstructions, drawings, paintings, and jewelry.  The second group of students won academic awards for earning the 5 top scores on a test out of 85 Latin students here at HMS.  
      L to R (front) Corey Weiss, Quinn Gallagher, Claire Burns, Audrey Woodman (back) Eric Liu, Peter Martin, Isabel Weir, Liz Hay
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