January 3, 2017
From the Desk of Matt Hornbeck

As 2017 begins, administrators and teachers want to thank you for sending your child to HHA and for helping make our school great. School is about learning, dreaming and getting ready for the next grade, high school, college and eventually a good job. It is also about motivating each other to do our very best. The best teachers and students work and learn at HHA, and we are grateful to have your family be a part of our family.

As we near King’s holiday, his message of freedom, non-violence and justice resonate today as we seek peace abroad, economic security at home and kindness in our neighborhoods and schools. The quest for a just and fair police force that deserves our respect is a hope for the New Year as well. Schools are closed Monday, January 16th in recognition of the life and service of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Remember, Dr. King’s day is a “day on, not a day off.” There are volunteer and service opportunities throughout the Baltimore metro area. This is a great day for our middle school students to meet their LGP service learning requirements for 2nd quarter and add to the hours they will need to graduate from high school. Visit http://www.nationalservice.gov/mlkday for service opportunities in your area. 

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.