IMPORTANT UPDATE 3
Dear HSA Parents and guardians,
If you have signed up for STAAR testing using our survey that was sent out previously, please be advised of our IN-PERSON, ON-CAMPUS, STAAR Testing Days.
If you will not be bringing your child to test any test due to Covid Concerns, then you may disregard this message.
Tuesday May 4, 2021:     Algebra I EOC
Thursday May 6, 2021:     8th Science
Friday May 7, 2021:   8th Social Studies
Tuesday May 11, 2021:  6th Mathematics & 8th Regular Mathematics
Wednesday May 12, 2021: 6th Reading & 8th Reading (for scholars who take regular Mathematics)
* Thursday May 13, 2021:  7th Mathematics
* Friday May 14, 2021:   7th Reading
*Monday May 17, 2021:  8th Reading for scholars who take Algebra I
* = The only exceptions to this schedule are scholars who are approved to take their STAAR tests on paper-booklet.  If this applies to your child, you will receive an individualized email regarding your specific testing days.
  • Drop-off time is 7:30am.
  • We will have two doors where scholars can enter, but students should NOT  get out of their vehicles before instructed to do so.
  • We must do temperature checks BEFORE students exit their vehicles.
  • School uniforms should be worn if you have one, otherwise regular clothes appropriate for a school is fine.
  • Students should NOT bring backpacks, chromebooks, notebooks.  All testing supplies are provided by the school.
  • Students may bring something to read if they are done testing early.
  • School mandated vaccination compliance will be checked at the drop off areas.
  • We will have two doors where scholars can enter, but students should NOT  get out of their vehicles before instructed to do so.
  • Pick-Up time is approximately 12:30pm (unless if you are called by our front office and informed otherwise)
  • 8th Graders taking Algebra, Mathematics, and/or Science must bring their school-issued calculators.  The school does not have extras to provide for testing days.  The memory will be cleared before starting their tests.
Students may bring a water bottle or a refillable cup with a lid and a sweater.
Estimados padres y tutores de HSA:

Si se ha inscrito para las pruebas STAAR utilizando nuestra encuesta que se envió anteriormente, tenga en cuenta nuestros días de pruebas STAAR EN PERSONA, EN EL CAMPUS.Si no traerá a su hijo para realizar ninguna prueba debido a preocupaciones de Covid, puede ignorar este mensaje.

Martes 4 de mayo de 2021: Álgebra I EOC
Jueves 6 de mayo de 2021: 8 ° ciencia
Viernes 7 de mayo de 2021: 8 ° Estudios Sociales
Martes 11 de mayo de 2021: 6 ° Matemáticas y 8 ° Matemáticas regulares
Miércoles 12 de mayo de 2021: 6 ° lectura y 8 ° lectura (para estudiantes que toman matemáticas regulares)
* Jueves 13 de mayo de 2021: 7 ° Matemáticas
* Viernes 14 de mayo de 2021: 7 ° lectura
* Lunes 17 de mayo de 2021: 8 ° lectura para estudiantes que toman Álgebra I

* = Las únicas excepciones a este horario son los estudiantes que están aprobados para tomar sus exámenes STAAR en un folleto de papel. Si esto se aplica a su hijo, recibirá un correo electrónico individualizado con respecto a sus días de prueba específicos.”

  • La hora de regreso es a las 7:30 am.
  • Tendremos dos puertas por donde los estudiantes pueden entrar, pero los estudiantes NO deben salir de sus vehículos antes de que se les indique.
  • Debemos hacer controles de temperatura ANTES de que los estudiantes salgan de sus vehículos.
  • Se debe usar uniforme escolar si tiene uno, de lo contrario, está bien usar ropa normal apropiada para una escuela.
  • Los estudiantes NO deben traer mochilas, Chromebooks, cuadernos. Todos los materiales de prueba son proporcionados por la escuela.
  • Los estudiantes pueden traer algo para leer si terminan el examen temprano.
  • Se verificará el cumplimiento de la vacunación obligatoria de la escuela en las áreas de entrega.
  • Tendremos dos puertas por donde los estudiantes pueden entrar, pero los estudiantes NO fuera de sus vehículos antes de que se le indique.
  • La hora de levantar los estudiantes es aproximadamente a las 12:30 p. M. (A menos que lo llame nuestra oficina principal y le informe lo contrario)
  • Los estudiantes de octavo grado que tomen Álgebra, Matemáticas y / o Ciencias deben traer sus calculadoras proporcionadas por la escuela. La escuela no tiene extras para los días de exámenes. La memoria se borrará antes de comenzar sus pruebas.

Los estudiantes pueden traer una botella de agua o una taza rellenable con tapa y suéter.

Dear Parents and Guardians,
Please be advised we will be holding our Campus Program Evaluation & Campus Improvement Plan meeting Thursday, April 22, 2021, @ 1:00 PM
The Zoom link is being sent out via School Reach Messenger

Queridos padres y guardianes,

Tenga en cuenta que celebraremos nuestra reunión del Plan de mejora y evaluación del programa del campus el jueves, 22 de Abril, @ 1:00 PM
El enlace de Zoom se envía a través de School Reach Messenger.
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IT Position Flyer Job Description
Please be advised that an IT Specialist position is available immediately to make a successful transition at our campus.
IT Position Flyer Job Description

 

Harmony Public Schools is excited to announce a new partnership with Texas’ favorite designer jewelry brand Kendra Scott.
As part of the brand’s “Shop for Good” community initiative, Kendra Scott will be donating 20 percent of all sales during a two-day event in May to Harmony’s COVID-19 Gap Fund, which supports teachers and student families struggling with financial uncertainty due to COVID-19.

To participate, simply purchase any item from select Kendra Scott stores from 5-7 p.m. Tuesday, May 4 or online at KendraScott.com anytime May 4 & 5, and have 20% of your purchase automatically donated to the HPS COVID-19 Gap Fund when you use promo code “GIVEBACK-1D9P” at checkout.

To learn more or RSVP in order to receive reminders, visit https://www.HarmonyTX.org/KendraScott.
Participating Texas store locations include (5-7 p.m. May 4 only):

AUSTIN
• The Domain: 11506 Century Oaks Terrace, Austin, TX
• Lamar: 3800 N Lamar Blvd, Austin, TX
• South Congress: 1701 S Congress Ave, Austin, TX

DFW
• ClearFork: 5217 Marathon Ave, Fort Worth, TX
• Preston Center: 8383 Preston Center, Dallas, TX
• Highland Village: 1500 Cottonwood Creek, Highland Village, TX
• Plano: 5800 Legacy Dr, Plano, TX

EL PASO
• La Villita: 6801 North Mesa Street, El Paso, TX

HOUSTON
• Bay Brook: 700 Baybrook Mall, Friendswood, TX
• City Centre: 806 Town & Country, Houston, TX
• Cypress: 9945 Barker Cypress, Cypress, TX
• Highland Village: 2701 A Drexel Dr Houston, TX
• Katy: 23501 Cinco Ranch, Katy, TX
• Sugar Land: 16535 Southwest Fwy, Sugar Land, TX

ODESSA
• Commons at North Park: 2900 Loop 250 Frontage Road, Midland, TX

SAN ANTONIO
• The Quarry: 310 E Basse Rd, San Antonio, TX
• La Cantera: 15900 La Cantera Pkwy, San Antonio, TX

SHOP ONLINE USING PROMO CODE GIVEBACK-1D9P (May 4 & 5):
https://www.KendraScott.com

About Kendra Scott
Kendra Scott is a leading jewelry brand named for its founder Kendra Scott, a single mom from Texas who created a fashion empire by making and selling jewelry from her home. The brand now has store locations in almost every state and three countries (though their headquarters are still right here in Texas). Their founder is also well known for her frequent appearances as an investor on TV’s “Shark Tank.”

About Harmony Public Schools
Harmony Public Schools are 58 high performing PreK-12 college preparatory charter schools throughout Texas. Harmony blends the highest standards and expectations, with a rigorous math- and science-centered curriculum and dedicated and engaged teachers and families to cultivate excellence and prepare students to succeed in college, careers and life. At Harmony Public Schools, we believe every child can succeed, and we are committed to helping them realize their full potential. To learn more about Harmony Public Schools and our 58 campuses across Texas, please visit: www.harmonytx.org, and follow us on Twitter at @HarmonyEdu and ‘Like’ us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/HarmonyTexas.

 

Math Teacher (Laredo, TX)

Job Duties:

Prepare appropriate curriculum and annual plan to submit to the administration for approval. Teach secondary school students in the subject of Mathematics; apply the curriculum as prepared and approved; keep attendance records; assign lessons; administer tests to evaluate students’ progress; and maintain discipline in the classroom. Create lesson plans, correct homework, and evaluate teacher-made tests. Prepare tests to evaluate students’ progress, record the results, and issue reports to inform parents of progress. Contact parents to offer positive reinforcement regarding social and academic achievements the students make.

Requirements:

Bachelor’s degree in Math or Math Education and 1 year of experience as Math Teacher at middle or high school level. Teaching experience must be full-time as a teacher of record (not substitute) at general education setting (not special population).

How to Apply:

Mail resumes to: 

Attn: HR Dept, Harmony Public Schools

9321 W Sam Houston Pkwy S Houston, TX 77099

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Flyer that reads The Thursday, April 8 District Spring Safety Committee Meeting will feature Police Officer Bryant of the San Antonio Police Department. Officer Bryant will discuss best practice safety measures for any school campus, when to involve your local police, and how to best collaborate and communicate with authorities to meet the ever-changing safety needs of your campus. Presentation and Q&A.

The Thursday, April 8 District Spring Safety Committee Meeting will feature Police Officer Bryant of the San Antonio Police Department. Officer Bryant will discuss best practice safety measures for any school campus, when to involve your local police, and how to best collaborate and communicate with authorities to meet the ever-changing safety needs of your campus. Presentation and Q&A.

 

Flyer that reads The Thursday, April 8 District Spring Safety Committee Meeting will feature Police Officer Bryant of the San Antonio Police Department. Officer Bryant will discuss best practice safety measures for any school campus, when to involve your local police, and how to best collaborate and communicate with authorities to meet the ever-changing safety needs of your campus. Presentation and Q&A.