Month: February 2018
Harmony School of Endeavor is sharing this information with you as part of its obligations under the federal No Child Left Behind Act of 2001.
Federal Report Cards are now available for the state, district, and each of the district’s campuses on the district’s website at this link: http://www.harmonytx.org
or are also available on the Texas Education Agency’s website at https://tea.texas.gov/perfreport/src/index.html
Additionally, printed copies are available at the front office.
Early Dismissal on Thursday, March 1st @ 1:00 p.m.
No clubs on Thursday – Zenith care is still available.
No school on Friday, March 2nd.
It is a Student Holiday/Staff Development day. Enjoy your day off!
The purpose of a lockdown drill is to test the planning process and the procedures developed in the event of an internal or external threat to the school. This may include individuals behaving in a hostile/potentially hostile manner.
Don’t Contact Your Child
Whether by call or text and despite your instinct, it’s best NOT to try to get in touch with your child during school lockdowns. Exchanging information with them, especially information that is incomplete or wrong, could make matters worse or cause unnecessary worry.
Don’t Go to the School or Call
If a school is on lockdown, there is a reason. It may involve an unsafe environment in or surrounding the school. For your safety, the safety of your child, and the well-being of all involved, it’s best to steer clear until you get word from the school. School staff will most likely be unable to answer phones and the lines must remain clear to contact emergency personnel.
This is probably the most important thing to remember. Of course, when we hear about a school going into lockdown we assume the worst, another school shooting. But, there are many reasons that a school could go on lockdown and many of those may not directly involve the school. Remain calm for both yourself and your child.
Do Prepare Your Child
It’s not fun to imagine scary scenarios, and we certainly don’t want to scare our kids more than the world already can, but it is still important to prepare them for a lockdown situation. Explain how they will be expected to behave, warn them they may not be able to talk to you right away, and stress that they should listen to their teachers and those in uniforms who are there to help.
Do Have Your ID With You
When picking your child up, once the all clear has been given, make sure you have the proper ID. Even if you are well-known to the staff, there may be other officials involved in the situation and you should be prepared to prove your child belongs to you.
Do Sign Your Child in at the Front Office if You Arrive After School Starts
School starts at 7:55 am. It is our school policy that any student arriving after this time must be escorted into the front office and signed in by a parent/legal guardian. Please be aware that a lockdown can happen at any time. In the event of a lockdown, all doors will remain locked and students arriving late will not be allowed inside.
Everyone has a voice in Harmony Public Schools’ ongoing pursuit of educational excellence, and I am asking for candid feedback about your child’s campus. We want to hear your thoughts on critical issues, including academics, student support, parent engagement, diversity, school operations, and the accessibility of school leaders.
Please take a survey that sent you by Mr.Yuksel and your child(ren) will receive a FREE DRESS pass. Here are the instructions to claim a FREE DRESS pass.
- Take a survey
- After submitting the survey take a picture of the confirmation page as shown below.
- Send the confirmation page picture to email@example.com by email with your and your child(ren)`s name.
Todos los padres tienen una voz en la búsqueda continua de la excelencia de sus hijos en las escuelas de Harmony, y hoy les pedimos que brinden su opinión sincera sobre la escuela de su hijo(a). Queremos conocer sus opiniones en cuanto a aspectos críticos, como la preparación académica, el apoyo al alumno, la participación de los padres, la diversidad, las operaciones de la escuela y la accesibilidad a los líderes de la escuela.
Por favor, tome una encuesta que le envió el Sr. Yuksel y su hijo recibirá un pase de FREE DRESS. Aquí están las instrucciones para reclamar un pase de FREE DRESS.
1.Participa en una encuesta
2.Después de enviar la encuesta, tome una foto de la página de confirmación como se muestra a continuación.
3.Envíe la foto de la página de confirmación a firstname.lastname@example.org por correo electrónico con su nombre y el de su hijo
2nd thru 8th grade will be taking a Mock STAAR assessment beginning on February 20th to the 23rd. Due to Mock STAAR, there will be no after-school tutorials or after school clubs. However, there will be Saturday Tutorial on February 24th.
Please make sure that your child arrives at school on time each day. Encourage your child to do their best. This will be an opportunity for students to show how
much they have learned so far this year. The results from this Mock Assessment
will determine your child’s placement in After-School Tutorials and Saturday
Here is the Mock STAAR Schedule:
It was decided that we will not have any make up days for the days we missed. In order to make up the days and times required by TEA, we decided to extend the daily instructional times in last quarter. During the 4th quarter (March 19-June 1), our dismissal time will be 3:03 pm instead of 3:01 pm
Harmony School of Endeavor-Houston offers following free classes for parents through the year:
ESL classes: Every Tuesday at 4:00 – 5:00 PM
Computer Classes: Every Wednesday at 4:00 – 5:00 PM
Turkish Classes: Every Thursday at 4:00 – 5:00 PM
If you have any questions please contact to Mr.Ismayilov at email@example.com.