"School belongingness is a sense of being accepted, valued, and encouraged by others and or feeling included in the life and activity of the class or school."

(Goodenow, 1993 ctd. In Bouchard and Berg, 2017)


 

World Language Week at Haverford High School brings you a greeting from our students!

HHS BAIS Presentation at the 04/25/19 School Board Meeting.
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On The Spectrum: Kalin Bennett visit to Haverford Middle School
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Curriculum

Learn about morning meeting here.

World Language Week showcased the many languages spoken at Haverford. Watch here.

Student Wellness Days

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Student Centered

12th Annual Middle School Leadership Institute

13th Annual High School Leadership Institute

Haverford High School students attended the Student Problem Identification and Resolving Issues Together (SPIRIT) summit.

Read more here.

Partnerships

Why Belonging & Why BASIS for Schools? Watershed CCS, LLC Jeanne Stanley, Ph.D.

CHOP (Gender and Sexuality Development Clinic) provided training around supporting Gender Expansive and Transgender student to all employees.

Dr. Crystal Lucky, Associate Dean of Baccalaureate Studies at Villanova. 

Read more here.

Research

"School belongingness is a sense of being accepted, valued, and encouraged by others and or feeling included in the life and activity of the class or school." (Goodenow, 1993 ctd. In Bouchard and Berg, 2017)

More on Belonging

Resources

NNSTOY  Social Justice Book List. A series of booklists drawn from recommendations by State and National Teachers of the Year.

BASIS School Board Presentation

 

School events

Haverford High School teachers display their HPRIDE in support of the Day of Silence.

April is Autism Awareness Month

HHS students attending the Student Problem Identification and Resolving Issues Together (SPIRIT) Summit.

During Black History Month, fifth graders students learned about Abolitionists that were African American. Students researched and created a "film" about a person that has made a difference throughout our history. 

Celebrating World Down Syndrome Day 2019 here at Haverford by learning about Down Syndrome and Rocking our Socks!

HHS students used Post-it Notes to express their dreams for the future during Black History Month.

Our African American Cultural Enrichment (AACE) Club hosted their Second Annual Soul Food Night! It was a great time had by all. Great job to all involved! 

HHS takes home a silver medal in their division of County Bocce Tournament.