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The Harmony community has grown exponentially! From the original 200 students at the Braeswood campus in 2000, we now boast an impressive 28,000 students in 43 campuses across Texas!

The primary source of revenue for Harmony Public Schools comes from the daily-attendance-based State Fund offered to all public schools in Texas. However our campuses still need your support.

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HS-Advancement Stu Co Blood Drive

HS-Advancement Stu Co is committed to saving lives. To that end, Stu Co 2014-2015 is upholding the HS-A's tradition of partnering with Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center. Students who meet the following requirements are encouraged to donate blood on December 10th at HS-A.
-Be at least 16 years of age on the day of the donation
-Weigh at least 110 lbs, or 122 lbs for age 16 donors, on the day of donation
-Eat a well-balanced meal before donating
-Drink plenty of fluids before donating
Students are required to have the Underage Donor Informed Consent signed by their parents/guardians to donate blood. Forms are available in room 417.


Science and Engineering Fair

Harmony Public Schools Center for STEM Education will host an annual Harmony-wide Science and Engineering Fair starting in Spring 2015. The Center for STEM Education has also recently launched Harmony Scientific Research Society, an elite group of students who are keen on pursuing advanced research in STEM disciplines. With the help of Harmony Scientific Research Society members and mentors, our goal is to host highly advanced and rigorous research projects from Harmony Public Schools across the state of Texas. Students who are interested in participating should contact their science and math teachers.


Debate Earns Arthur N. Rupe Grant!

 Congratulations to Andrew Gilbert and Debate Team! The Harmony School of Advancement debate team has won a $15,000 grant to be used for their travel expenses. The president of our school's debate organization, Andrew Gilbert, submitted a grant application to the Arthur N. Rupe Foundation and they decided to give $15,000 grant for debate team. Thank you to all the dedicated debate students who help represent our school so well.


College Boot Camp Success!

Thank you to all of our wonderful students for their hardwork and dedication on Friday, November 14th. Congratulations to the students who finished submitting their college applications. Thank you to our hardworking staff as well, for spending extra time helping these students successfully complete their college application processes.


4th Annual HPS Servant Appreciation Breakfast

Congratulations to all of the students honored on November 13th at the Public Servant Appreciation Breakfast in a ceremony emceed by ABC13's Christine Dobbyn! Harmony has so many wonderful, giving students who volunteer in their spare time and are great examples of what Citizenship Month really stands for. Thank you to John T. and Bianca V. for representing our school so well. They were recipients of the 2014 Harmony Public School Public Servant Appreciation Awards.


Kick off of Red Ribbon Week

" To kick off Red Ribbon Week, the HSA Hawks heard from Mrs. Jennifer Adrian, from Broaden Your Horizons, speak on Making Bad Decisions. Mrs. Adrian used several examples from movie stars to athletes to show that it only takes one decision to ruin your future or even take your life. Most of the presentation dealt with the decision to use or abuse various forms of drugs, and the consequences thereof. She also highlighted the fact that because students are minors or first-offenders does not mean there will be leniency if they are to get into trouble. The students were very interested in the presentation and participated in the discussion. Today the Hawks "gave the boot to drugs" by wearing boots to school! Check out the school calendar for more fun events and dress days this week, Red Ribbon Week 2014!"


1st PBL Party was Awesome!

On Saturday, October 25, 2014, HSAdvancement hosted an event for all students to come onto campus to complete their PBL projects. The event was our first PBL Party, a concert of scientific engagements, musical stimulation, digital documentations, and active learning through STEM!!!! The students had a BLAST!


1:1 CHROMEBOOKS IN-SCHOOL MODEL

Dear Harmony Families,

In the beginning of last school year (2013-14), Harmony Public Schools provided every student in grades 6 thru 12 with a Chromebook device. Students had access to Chromebooks 24/7, with the capacity to access a Chromebook both during the school day and at home. This year's 1:1 program represents a change from what was implemented before, with a move away from the take-home model and instead use Chromebooks in-school as classroom sets.

With 1:1 in-school model, we believe that students will experience a more focused and guided technology use in the classrooms and teachers will be able to facilitate technology integrated student learning in a more powerful and meaningful way. Read More..


DePelchin Group Counselor

Parents,

We will now have a counselor on campus from DePelchin’s children’s center on Wednesdays if your child needs to see a counselor please make sure the attached consent forms are signed and returned before they can see the counselor.

Welcome to download it at here.
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Boost Up Your Community Service Hours! x2VOL



Partnering with Naviance, x2VOL is an incredibly helpful tool to search for community service opportunities and record the hours in the system. HS-Adv students are highly encouraged to use x2VOL to track their community service hours. Click on the link below for detailed descriptions read more . . .


"Mobile App for Harmony Public Schools" Beta version is available

Mobile App for Android and iPhone
Application features:

  • Access to information about your child's grades, homework, discipline points, attendance, bell schedule, payments, calendar and school news.
  • Receive push notifications about your child's progress (grades, homework, discipline points, attendance) as well as school news and events.
  • Support for access to multiple student accounts.
  • Offline viewing of your child's data. You can view your child's data even when you are not connected to a network.
  • One click login option, once you save your child's login information.
  • E-mailing option to your child's teachers without exiting the application.

  • Android: http://j.mp/yqFnEy
    iPhone: http://bit.ly/yiLxwz


    Child Find

    It is the policy of the Harmony Science Academy Charter School to locate and identify any child who contacts or enrolls in the Charter School who may have a disability and be in need of special education and related services, regardless of the severity of the disability, in accordance with its procedures as reflected in the CHILD FIND legal framework of the Legal Framework for the Child-Centered Special Education Process, located at: http://framework.esc18.net/. read more...


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    It is the policy of HPS not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, or disability in its programs, services, or activities as required by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended; Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972; and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended. For inquiries regarding non-discrimination policies, please contact Section 504/ADA Coordinator at 713 343 3333 located at 9321 W. Sam Houston Pkwy S. Houston, TX 77099.