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Student Survey

After many months of research and review, a small committee consisting of district administrators, teachers and students assembled a survey to be administered to all Hatboro-Horsham High School students. A public service announcement was created by students, alerting their peers to the impending survey and admonishing them to answer the questions honestly, in order to [...]

By | May 3rd, 2012|History|0 Comments

Warning Signs & Communication Skills

This “Conversation Forum” consisted of two parts:  Session I: Warning Signs of Substance Use, Abuse and Addiction. Guests watched an H-H-produced video clip that dramatized a mother trying to wake her teenage son for school, only to find suspicious items in his room. Several warning signs are represented in the clip, which were discussed following [...]

By | May 2nd, 2012|History|0 Comments

“Drug Take-Back” Campaign

Thanks to the leadership of Lt. Jon Clark, the Horsham Township Police Department participated in the DEA’s nation-wide “Drug Take-Back” Campaign for the first time in the spring of 2012. “Be a Part of the Conversation” partnered with the Horsham Police in their efforts to promote and man the collection at Giant Supermarket in Horsham. [...]

By | April 28th, 2012|History|0 Comments

Conversation Forum

Heather Gregan, an adolescent substance abuse counselor from Rehab After School, moderated a panel of four young adults in recovery from drug addiction (two of whom are H-H alums) and two Hatboro-Horsham students who represented the high school’s student Be a Part of the Conversation committee. The panel was asked prepared questions that addressed some [...]

By | January 25th, 2012|History|0 Comments

“Be a Part of the Conversation” is Launched!

“Be a Part of the Conversation” was introduced in the Hatboro-Horsham School District in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. A diverse group of  guests were invited, including community leaders, educators, local clergy, members of the health care community, and local officials. Presenters included Hatboro-Horsham district administrators who presented the program’s mission; an addiction counselor who talked about [...]

By | May 3rd, 2011|History|0 Comments