Do you want to work at a school where you can thrive, and make a difference? Build a career at Harmony Public Schools. TEACHER JOB FAIR DATE: SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 2014 TIME: 10AM-2PM LOCATION: 9321 W. Sam Houston Pkwy S., Houston TX 77099
Parent Workshop about Special Education
Dear Parent(s)/Guardians, Please be informed that Harmony Public Schools are collaborating with Partners Resource Network whose mission is to empower and support parents of children and young adults with disabilities to be effective advocates for their children and promote positive parent/professional partnerships. As part of this partnership, you are invited to a free parent workshop about Special Education that would help you effectively access the services needed for your child.
Please see the details of the training below: Date: Thursday, March 27th, 2014 Time: 6:00pm Topic: Top 10 Basics of Special Education Workshop Description: This workshop will provide participants with an easy to follow roadmap of the Special Education process. We will discuss some acronyms, their definitions and why we use them. A basic overview of the Special Education process from “identification” through “re-evaluation” will be discussed. Workshop presented by: TEAM Project Location: Harmony School of Innovation – Cafeteria Address: 9421 West Sam Houston Pkwy S, Houston, TX 77099
HPS Academic Directors: Notice for Parent Website
In response to our parents need to know and understand the curriculum and content being taught in our schools, we have created a wonderful resource for you to support your child academically. Please read more
We are currently selling “World’s Finest Chocolate” as a school fundraiser. Students and their families may purchase chocolate every day during our dismissal time. In addition, we would like to open up chocolate sales to both parents and their families. All that is required is to give permission for your child to receive a case of chocolate. The case contains an assortment of different chocolates. Each case contains 30 chocolates at $2/each. The student must sell the entire case of chocolate. We cannot take back any returned or unsold chocolate. Also, we can only check out one case at a time to each student.
Once a box is sold, the student needs to turn in the money to Ms. Turcios in the front office so she can issue a receipt. We can collect the money by check or money order (make out to Harmony School of Exploration), cash, and credit card. If you decide to pay by cash, we ask that the parent turn in the money. The proceeds earned from the chocolate sales support student activities. Please help us build the student activities’ fund so we can conduct more special events/activities and field trips with your child.
All students who sell a box of chocolate will be invited to an “Ice Cream Social Event” shortly after we return from Spring Break. Please show support for your school and check out a case of chocolate today.
Harmony School of Exploration is now accepting applications for enrollment for the 2014-2015 school year. Applications will be accepted beginning January 10th until March 15th, 2014. You can submit your applications online.
Despite our efforts to wash our hands constantly, cover our sneezes and coughs, and sanitize the classroom, some illnesses still manage to get past our defenses. Please do not bring your child to school if he or she has a fever, diarrhea, vomiting or any other symptoms in the past 24 hours. If your child is sent home from school with any of these symptoms, he or she will have to be symptom free for 24 hours without medication before returning to school unless a doctor's note is provided. Please be considerate of other student' health by keeping your sick ones at home. Thank you for your support!
College Acceptance Day Pep Rally 2013
This is a video of the second annual College Acceptance Day PEP Rally held on May 3rd, 2013 by Harmony Public Schools (HPS) at Rice University in Houston Texas. More than 4,000 middle school and high school students from 15 Houston-area HPS campuses attended this exciting event to celebrate our 150 Graduating Seniors as they announced publically for the first time what College they would be attending in the Fall of 2013. Many of the Graduates were either the first-in-family or a first-generation family member to be accepted to a 4-yr College. More than 50% of these graduates went on to major in Science, Technology, Engineering or Math (STEM) fields in College."