Welcome to the HAEE

Hampton Alliance for Educational Excellence

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Congrats to our 2013-2014 scholarship award winners!

Save the date - our annual walk/run is coming up on October 11th, 2014

  • Who We Are
  • Hampton Alliance for Educational Excellence (HAEE) is a nonprofit, volunteer organization established in 1992 exclusively for the educational enrichment of students enrolled in the Hampton Township School District.
  • We are a mix of:
    Parents from each school in the district
    Alumni of Hampton High School
    Taxpayers without school-aged children
    Local business and industry
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  • Our Mission
  • Encourage, support, recognize, and reward excellence and innovation in the Hampton Township School District
  • Promote educational programs that go beyond the basic curriculum and further enrich the educational experience of Hampton students
  • Raise funds for grants that directly benefit Hampton students
  • Give scholarships to seniors as they venture out to further their education
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We would love for you to be on our team.

History

Founded in 1992, HAEE was originally intended to supplement the core budgetary funding resources governed by the Hampton Township Board of Education. The HAEE concept was initiated by then Assistant Superintendent Paula Calabrese, who also acted as the first administrative liaison to the Board of Education but never actually served as an HAEE trustee. The first President of the HAEE was Aaron Walton, whose leadership helped craft and develop the same mission and operating principles in use today.

From the beginning, the HAEE has been an all-volunteer, working Board of Trustees, whose charge is simply to promote and enhance the educational experience of the students of the Hampton Township School District (HTSD). Since inception, HAEE has raised over $400,000 to support HTSD with grants that provide enrichment programs and materials.

Early fund raising efforts focused on a combination of corporate sponsors, United Way designations, and creative community events. In 1993, its 2nd full year of existance, the HAEE held its inaugural 5k Race and 1-Mile Walk, which in 2012 continued in its 20th consecutive year as the primary annual fund raising event. Fund raising sources have expanded over the years to include the Education Improvement Tax Credit (Act IV) administered by the State of Pennsylvania Department of Economic Development as well as community donors.

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