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Welcome to the Web Site for Hallowell Elementary School!
 
It is our hope that you will use this site often to find important information about our school and its resources. We will work diligently to ensure that the information presented through this web site is both current and helpful.
 

To provide a little background, Hallowell Elementary School serves approximately 300 students from preschool through grade five. We are located at 200 Maple Avenue in Horsham.
 
The staff at Hallowell Elementary is a dedicated team of lifelong learners whose mission is to work collaboratively with one another and our community partners for the betterment of all our students. Evidence of this mission can be seen throughout this website as you will find information about our curriculum and student activities.
 
Our students receive quality instruction in a variety of areas, including language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies. Embracing the concept of teaching the whole child, our students obtain a rich understanding of music and the arts, as well as health, guidance, technology, and library / researching skills.
 
We are fortunate to have an active and involved Home and School Association providing an abundance of family activities. The HSA is comprised of interested families who work together with the school administration and faculty to encourage participation in the educational process. There are many opportunities to volunteer your time and efforts, and whether large or small, the efforts are greatly appreciated.
 

I look forward to continuing to serve our children and the larger Hallowell and Hatboro-Horsham community. If you need to contact me for any reason, please don't hesitate. You can reach me at 215-420-5901 or via e-mail: sglaize@hatboro-horsham.org.
 
 
 

Sincerely,

Mr. Steve Glaize, Principal

Hallowell Elementary School


NFL Play 60 Super School




News

Announcements

  • October 31 — Halloween Parade and Parties (PMK—Grade 5 beginning at 1:45 PM) 

    November 3 — School Board Work Session (7:00 PM)

    November 3— “Fall for Reading” Night (6:30 PM)

    November 4— Staff In-service (No School for Students)

    November 5—Fall Picture Retakes

    November 8 — Jarrett Nature Center “Green Up” Day

    November 13— Community Book Club

    November 13 — Home and School Meeting (7:00 PM)

    November 14— “Race for Education”

    Week of November 17 — American Education Week Classroom Visitations

    November 17— “Race for Education” Rain Date

    November 17—School Board Acti0n Meeting (7:00 PM)

    November 19 — Thanksgiving Luncheon

    November 19— Market Day Pick-Up (7:30 PM)

    November 21—Coffee with the Superintendent (9:00 AM)

    November 26 — Early Dismissal for Students

    November 27—Thanksgiving Day (District Closed)

    November 28— District Closed 


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