Daily Morning Announcements

  • Thursday, February 2nd, and it is a RED DAY 


    Today is the first day of February and the third of the new semester. Students should now be set with their classroom routines and how to get to their new classrooms this semester.  


    Please continue to keep your area and the areas around you clean. There will be more activities and opportunities available in Semester II. 


    February also marks Black History Month, an opportunity to recognize and celebrate the accomplishments of Black Americans who have played a central role in the history of America and beyond. Each year the celebration of Black History has a theme – this years theme is Black Resistance which is meant to celebrate the people, themes, and movements that have lobbied, litigated, protested, and achieved success in the fight for equality. Throughout the month of February, we will recognize a person, organization or event that helped lead that fight.  


    Thursday fact: In 1867, Howard University was founded. Howard one of the first HBCU’s in the country was founded as a was founded as a private research institution in Washington, DC. In its first five years of existence, Howard educated over 150,000 freed slaves.  The more you know … 





    No Basketball in main gym due to electives fair; Weight room will stay open. 



    TODAY we will also have our first-ever Lunch & Learn Curriculum Fair. Specifically for students in grades 9-11, this will be an opportunity to see all the courses available for next year. It’s also the same day as the Arts Crawl and Music Crawl. The main gym will be closed.  


    Red & Black is approaching – students should check their teams’ Canvas page for information, sign-ups, and other important information. Red & Black t-shirts are available for sale – you can find the link on the website, or you can scan the QR code found on the desk in the main office 

    An important reminder, while we are excited about Red and Black and all that it offers, your behavior plays a key role. Red and Black participation is a privilege, and therefore, poor behavior and ongoing discipline issues will prohibit you from participating in this school-wide event. Make the right choices, and don’t let your team down.  


    In recognition of Hatboro-Horsham’s Mock Trial Competition at the Montgomery County Courthouse last Thursday night, the team demonstrated dedication and hard work in their match against Lower Moreland. Audrey Kim was named Best Advocate and accompanied by student attorneys, Avery Daniels and Sreeprada Alladi. And, Jack Barbor was named Best Witness, joined by Ariana Bertrand and Jordyn Offner. Good luck next month in Round #2 – GO, Hatters! 


    Anyone who is interested in volunteering at the science fair is required to come to the meeting on Friday (Feb. 3rd) to room A119, Mr. Leddy's, during Learn 1 for more information. 



    HH Wrestling lost to Quakertown 48-21. The team improved from last week on the mat and their efforts showed. Junior Captain Chris “Stauby” Staub took Gavin Carroll to overtime and was victorious, giving Carroll his first loss of the season. Aiden Morrison and Nasir Samuel both won by decision. Senior Joey Palmeri earned a fall, as did Sophomore Jack Donnelly. The team closes out the regular dual meet season Friday at Springfield Montco. Come on out and support the team. 


    The boys bowling team stole a game from League winners Quakertown before falling 1-3 yesterdayNick Wagner had a season high 605 series in the match, while Aiden Meinel bowled well with a 561 series. 

    The girls also struggled against a tough Quakertown team in a 0-4 lossLiberty Pancoast had a team high 417, while Pranathi Kovvuru had a 326 series. 


    There will be a meeting TODAY at 11:00 AM in A125 for all freshmen interested in playing baseball for the school this spring