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|Media Release for Free and Reduced-Price Meals|
Harmony Public Schools announced its policy today for providing free and reduced-price meals for children served under the attached current income eligibility guidelines.
Please click following link to see more detailed information about Media Release. Please contact Mr. Yetis if you have any questions @ 713-664-1020 or email@example.com read more . . .
2014-2015 Lunch Application|
Dear Parents and Guardian,
Below is the lunch application for the 2014-2015 school year. We encourage all families to complete an application, especially if your child was on free or reduced breakfast and lunch for the last school year. Previous lunch status does not automatically carry over to the new school year, a new application needs to be submitted yearly to the school to be considered for free or reduced lunch. If the school does not receive a lunch application for your child by October 1st, your child's lunch status will become "PAID" and you will be responsible for the incurred lunch balance.
You can either mail or submit the application in person to school's front office during the campus' summer hours or on your child's student orientation day.
If you have questions or need assistance with the application, please call the school at 713-664-1020. Thank you for your support with this matter. read more . . .
|STAAR RETAKE TEST|
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|EOC Summer Retake Dates|
If your student is testing they must bring a sack lunch on their testing days.
Your support will ensure that your child does well on this test. Here are some things you might do at home:
Be sure that your child gets a full night's sleep and eats a good breakfast the day of the test.
Encourage your child to continue to use good organizational, time management and study skills.
Avoid pressure in the form of threats and rewards associated with test results and try not to make comparisons to the performance of siblings or peers.
Set realistic performance expectations and encourage your child to do their best.
Express your confidence in your child's ability to do well.
The testing dates are as follows.
English II- Monday, July 7th
Biology- Monday, July 7th
English I- Tuesday, July 8th
Algebra I- Wednesday, July 9th
Please have your students here at 8:00 a.m. to take their test.
|HAPPY HARMONY SENIORS 2014|
Boys Camp Place: Highland Lakes Camp and Conference Center
Girls Camp Place: Camp Young Judaea
Please Click Here for Application to Leadership Camp
For more information please contact Mr. Aydin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please visit website for more information.
| Happy Teacher Appreciation|
Teachers and staff perform many tasks daily and often do extra duties to make their students' lives special. They put in extra time, energy and money into their classes. They also spend many nights and weekends grading papers or planning the next day's lessons. These are moments when teachers shine. Here at Ingenuity we greatly appreciate our teachers and this is why we want to thank them for everything that they do! Happy Teacher Appreciation Week to our campus teachers and to all the teachers making a difference in our children's lives!
|Chromebook Check In|
As we near the end of the year, we wanted to inform you on the requirements for how Chromebooks will be turned in. Please note that Chromebooks need to have all of the keys present and working as outlined by the agreement that was signed. If you would like to try to get the Chromebook fixed for accidental damage before the deadline please fill out the claims form in the front office and bring it directly to Mr. Davis. The form must have complete and accurate information to be approved.
Failure to have the keyboard fixed, lost Chromebook, missing power adapter, etc will result in the following charges being added before the last week of school.
* These prices are estimates and are subject to change at anytime before the Check-In is finalized*
*Chromebook Replacement - $429.00
*Screen - $90.00
*Keyboard/ touch-pad - $52.00
*Power cord - $32.00
*Battery - $75.00
It is very important to remember that current insurance policy does not cover for loss of the Chromebook and/or its accessories, cosmetic damage, or damages caused by intentional misuse and abuse. Parents/Students will be charged for full replacement cost of a device that has been lost or damaged due to intentional misuse or abuse. The use of a collection agency will be enforced should balances not be paid
The dates below will be reserved for students to turn in their Chromebooks. Please remember that any intentional damage, missing keys, missing battery charger,etc. will be added to the students account and fees will need to be paid or enrollment for your child(ren) will be postponed. In addition the school will not be accepting any more claims for lost or stolen Chromebooks until after all grades have completed their check-in.
6th Grade- May 12 (Monday)
8th Grade- May 14 (Wednesday)
7th Grade- May 15 (Thursday)*Date Change*
9th Grade- May 19 (Monday)
10/11th/12th Grades- May 20 (Tuesday)
Report Stolen Chromebooks- May 21 (Wednesday)
If you have any questions please email Mr. Davis at email@example.com.
|Check Your Child's Lunch Balance|
Beginning Monday, April 28th, any student that has an unpaid balance exceeding $20.00 will not be served a regular school lunch until payment has been received. We do not want any student to go hungry, so if a student has still not made payment by this date, we will provide them with a snack and milk.
All balances should be paid off by May 23rd. Please keep in mind when paying your child's balance to put extra money into their account if they're planning to eat school lunch and/or breakfast for the remainder of the school year (there are 21 days in May).
You can see the exact balance, charges, and deposits by signing into your child's database account and then clicking the "Other" tab on the far right of the top menu. Payments can easily be made with credit cards at the bottom of that same page by clicking "PAY ONLINE" below the table. Payments can also be made with credit cards or money orders in the front office during normal operating hours. (M-F 7:30am-5:00pm).
We look forward to your cooperation resolving these outstanding balances. If you have any questions at all, please do not hesitate to contact the front office at 713 664-1020. read more . . .
|New CRLP Website|
We have a new website for CRLP: www.hsingenuitycrlp.weebly.com
Students, parents and teachers can do the following in the website.
1. Make application for CRLP, Robotics, Language Olympiad and Soccer Club
2. Find information about CRLP,
3. See the yearly schedule for CRLP
4. Find the contact information
5. Get information about the camps and college trips
6. See the pictures from the international trips
7. Write suggestions and complaints about the programs or website
8. Have information about the Congressional Awards program
9. See the useful links
10. Read students' comments about the programs
We request everybody to make suggestions in the "Suggestion box" in order to improve our programs and website
|Before You Text Online Program|
Students in 6th-12th grades will begin the "Before You Text" online program during home room classes. This is a great resource that addresses sexting, bullying and other hot topics. It relays the message of how it can and will affect our youth by sending/posting/sharing derogatory pictures of themselves to others. It also goes over the laws and consequences of being involved in these types of behaviors. Parents, please look over the permission slip. If you do not wish for your child to participate in this program, simply return the slip to the front office with your signature and child's name. read more . . .