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Summer Reading 2015 - 2016 Middle School Students


Dear Students, Parents, and Guardians:

Reading and writing are essential to learn about our world and ourselves. Harmony Public School students in grade 6th - 8th grade are required to read FOUR books over the summer and COMPLETE TWO writing responses.

Summer writing assignments will be collected by students' ELA teachers at the start of the new school year. Please see the posted summer reading assignment for suggested tests and choices for readers' responses. Students were given hard copies of the summer assignments on Friday, May 22nd.

Assignment description can be found below:
Middle School Summer Reading

If you have questions, please contact your English/Language Arts teacher or school administration.


Enjoy your summer and have fun reading!


2015 Elementary Summer Reading Lists

Dear Parents and Guardians,

Are you looking for an inexpensive and fun solution to ensure your child continues the progress they’ve made in reading this school year? Look no further than your local library! Studies show that when students are engaged in educational activities during the summer, they avoid the
“Summer Slide,” a loss in academic achievement or reading skills.

Please use our summer reading lists to keep your children engaged in reading over the summer. Our K-2 Summer Reading List comes from the Texas Library Association 2 by 2 Committee and the list for grades 3-5 comes from the 2013-2014 Texas Bluebonnet Award List. We hope that you read along with your child to discuss each book and help make it come alive to enhance their love of reading!

Get your child involved in several reading incentive programs throughout the summer: Check out your local public library for special story time events, movies, computer classes, summer reading program prizes and reading trophies or sign up with one of the programs below:

Scholastic.com – You can find additional summer book lists, reading logs, book review templates, certificates and activities for you and your children to engage in under the “Parents” tab.

Pizza Hut – Book it “Summer Reading Challenge” is coming soon!– Register your child to engage in reading activities and games with a chance to win prizes. Check out their “Read And Do Activities” on www.bookitprogram.com to engage your reader in various books and activities to give your readers a more engaging experience, increase their comprehension and love of reading!

There are lots of ways to maintain your child’s academic progress. We wish you a fun and productive summer. Happy Reading!

K-2 Summer Reading List

3-5 Summer Reading List

Sincerely,
Carnita M. Thomas, Elementary ELA Curriculum Director


Free Dress

HSISA Tigers have the opportunity to receive two days of free dress.

1. Present a project at the Family STEM and Enrichment Night. All students who present and help with projects will receive a pass for free dress on Friday, May 22nd.

2. Parents attend the Family STEM and Enrichment Night and sign in at the ticket table. All parents who attend the event will earn their children a day of free dress on Tuesday, May 26th.

Join us for food, fun and learning at our Family STEM and Enrichment Night, Tuesday, May 19th and earn free dress.
All tickets for food and games are $1.


SIMS DATABASE


We are pleased to announce a new app for parent/guardians to keep track of their student's progress. This new app is called SIMS DATABASE.
Please note: We are no longer promoting the formerly known app PARENT MOBILE.

The SIMS DATABASE app is available on both Android and iPhone.

As always, your feedback is welcomed and important to us: Your Feedback


Award Ceremonies - Spring Semester

HSISA would like to invite you to attend our award ceremonies on Friday, May 29th. Students will be recognized for their accomplishments second semester.

8:15 AM - 9:00 AM: 8th, 9th, and 10th Grade
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM: 7th Grade
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM: 6th Grade
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM: 5th Grade
10:30 AM - 11:00 AM: 4th Grade
11:00 AM - 11:30 AM: 3rd Grade
11:30 AM - 12:00 PM: 2nd Grade
12:00 PM - 12:30 PM: 1st Grade
12:30 PM - 12:55 PM: Kindergarten

Please arrive a few minutes before the award ceremonies begin to receive a visitors pass from the front office.


Amendments to Student/Parent Handbook






Dear Parents and Guardians:


There are amendments to our Student/Parent Handbook. Please click here to review the attached documents and contact the school if you have any questions or concerns. Thank you for your continuous support of Harmony Public Schools.


Harmony Students Participate in Honorary Page Program


Harmony School of Innovation San Antonio Students Charmanique S. Arely R. Jacinda C. Destiny O. and Treshon M. had a once in a lifetime opportunity to serve as honorary pages for Texas State Representative Ruth Jones McClendon. This group of star students was chosen to participate in the Texas State Capitol’s Honorary Messenger program. The Texas State Capitol Honorary Messenger Program, widely known as the page program, is a prestigious opportunity for students to work in the Capitol itself and receive a first-hand look at how the Texas Legislature operates on a day to day basis. Students play active roles in the legislative process during their time as a page as they deliver critical information to elected officials and their staffers. The information passed along by these students deal with the laws and resolutions which will affect the entire state of Texas. These students have learned a great deal of information about the legislative process along with what it takes to be a state representative. Because of this, these students have become inspired to apply the knowledge they have learned at the capitol to the real world in order to become knowledgeable leaders of the future.


Texas House Representative Mike Villarreal Visits HSI-SA

On October 23, 2014 Texas House Representative Mike Villarreal, took some of his time to visit HSI-San Antonio. During his visit he was able to interact with 6th and 8th grade students as he toured the campus and classrooms to see our STEM ...based education in action. Later, he gave a remarkable and well detailed speech to a group of 7th grade students about the unique and complex inner workings of the Texas State Government and how it impacts our everyday lives. To honor the students who have excelled on campus and beyond, Rep. Villarreal awarded certificates of achievement to students Isabel P. Arely R. and Terresa F. for their hard work competing in Science Fairs and Olympiads. Afterwards, he presented every student a book, titled. "The Children's Encyclopedia of American History" by Author David C. King in order to teach a new generation about how our nation came to be and what can be done to continue our ongoing story of progress and prosperity.





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, gender, 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.