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Spring Fling - Middle School Dance

HSE-Endeavor will hold its Annual Middle School Dance for all 6th - 8th grade students on Friday, May 9th from 6pm - 9pm in the cafeteria. This year's theme is Spring Fling. Students are encouraged to wear spring colors. The dress code is casual and must be school appropriate. Clothing should fit properly. Skirts or shorts should be knee length. Shirts or blouses should not be see through, sleeveless, strapless or have spaghetti straps. Any student dressed inappropriately will be asked to call parents for a change of clothes or sent home. Tickets are on sale for $5 per student April 30th - May 8th or $7 at the door on the day of the event.

Due to the large number of students expected to attend, Endeavor is accepting snack food/drink donations: cookies, chips, goldfish, marshmallow, fruit trays, and 2-liter sodas. Parent volunteers are needed to monitor during the event. No dance experience necessary. If interested, please contact mking@harmonytx.org. Thank you in advance for your support in making this event memorable.

STAAR Testing

HSE-Endeavor will have STAAR testing in April. We request that all parents refrain from dropping off lunches, homework, or any other items. No parents or visitors are allowed in the building. In preparation for testing, here are few things to remember:

1. Students should not be absent or late on these days. Testing begins promptly at 8:00am.
2. Breakfast will be served from 7:30-7:55am.
3. No cell phones allowed and no backpacks.
4. Bring a book to read after the test.
5. Any disruptions in the testing environment will result in out of school suspension.

The schedule for testing is below:

04/01/14: Math: 5th & 8th, Writing Day 1: 4th & 7th
04/02/14: Reading: 5th & 8th, Writing Day 2: 4th & 7th

04/22/14: Math: 3rd, 4th, 6th, 7th, Social Studies: 8th, Science: 5th
04/23/14: Reading: 3rd, 4th, 6th, 7th, Science: 8th

All tutorials and after school activities are CANCELLED for the entire week. Saturday tutorials will be as scheduled. Thank you in advance for helping our students succeed on the STAAR!


We invite you to be part of Harmony Public Schools organized, 2014 International Sustainable World (Energy, Engineering, and Environment) Project Olympiad, I-SWEEEP 2014. About 68 countries and almost all states of U.S. will be officially represented at I-SWEEEP 2014. The I-SWEEEP Organizing committee is looking for professors, post-docs, graduate students, engineers, specialists, researchers, scientists, and other professionals to evaluate research projects of young scientists. You may also help us by forwarding this e-mail to your colleagues and friends in an effort to seek prospective judges. read more . . .

Chromebook Study

As you know, with the funding from Race to The Top District grant, Harmony Public Schools started a 1:1 technology initiative in the beginning of this school year, and handed a chrome book device to every single student and core subject teacher in grades 6 thru 12. All Harmony educators and leaders see this initiative as a tremendous opportunity to personalize student learning and radically improve achievement. With the right approach, leveraging technology can yield promising academic results and boost performance both for students and teachers. In an effort to assess effectiveness and improve our technology initiative, Harmony Public Schools intends to conduct a scholarly research on how technology integration into classrooms impacts students, teachers, and parents. This research will help school and district leaders at Harmony to make sound research-based judgments about future design and refinement of our technology programs. It will also give us a chance to get input from our most valued stakeholders. The researcher will keep participant identities confidential and will not release it to any Harmony employees, nor will he link any identities to survey inputs. We are excited about this research opportunity and would definitely like to see all our teachers, parents, and students participate as much as possible. Thank you for your continued support!

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Chromebook Damage and/or Loss Procedures

Dear Parents,

Please see the procedures below about Chrome Books and insurance coverage details; we felt it was necessary to provide more clarification on the subject avoid future problems. If any damage or problem occurs to a chrome book please take it to Ms. Rawal, our Technology Teacher. She will follow up insurance procedures.

There are two separate insurance coverage (by Worth Ave. Group) and a limited factory warranty (by Lenovo):
1) Accidental Damage: All chrome books carry the accidental damage, which covers the device against damage resulting from accidents including drops, cracked screens, and liquid spills (These 3 are the most common cases).

2)Theft & Vandalism: This is optional and anybody who wants to sign up for this additional 1-year insurance. It is renewable in the beginning of each year.

3)Factory warranty: Only covers manufacture defects and mechanical failures caused by workmanship.

Both policies also specifically list various cases that are not covered under either type of insurance. We would highly suggest you read the entire part where it says "LOSSES WE WILL NOT COVER." This would inform you specifically what is covered and what is not, so you don't waste your time on dead claims.

*Cosmetic Damage
* Intentional Acts
*Theft From An Unattended Vehicle (applies to optional insurance
*Unexplained Loss or Mysterious Disappearance (applies to optional insurance)

Important notes:
1) For accidental damage claims: Your claim form should present circumstances describing loss resulting from an accidental incident.
2) For theft/vandalism claims: You cannot submit a claim without a police report. If the claim is about a lost device, it needs to be explainable, meaning the police report should state owner's knowledge as to place, time or manner of its loss.
3) For any type of loss/damage that is not covered by insurance (including rejected claims), the replacement or repair cost is charged to the assigned student.

Get Involved & Make a Difference!

The Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) hopes you will be active in the Endeavor community. The PTO has many activities planned for this year (see attached). We encourage you to become involved in as many of these activities as you feel reasonably possible. We have fun together and the students have enjoyable, meaningful experiences as a result of it. In addition, the PTO will be meeting at the school on the first Tuesday of every month at 8:30am or 4:30pm. We invite you to attend. The school and PTO will benefit from hearing your ideas, and you will be better informed about all upcoming events at the school.

The PTO also provides funding to the teachers for activities and items that the classes would otherwise not have. These activities and items include class trips, in-school programs, physical education, and fine arts support as PTO recognizes that they are all an important part of our children’s education. As you know, raising money is what allows the PTO to provide such assistance. Thus, they have planned a number of fundraisers. As with volunteering your time, we ask that you participate in as many as possible, but you should not feel obligated to participate in all of them.

With your help we are looking forward to the 2013-2014 school year being the best one ever for Endeavor. If you have any ideas, comments or suggestions, we want to hear from you. Communication is essential if the PTO is to fulfill its mission. Please contact HSEparents@gmail.com for more information.

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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 April 24, Thursday
3rd Grade Field Trip: Space Center Houston
 April 25, Friday
2nd Grade Field Trip: Main Street Theater
 May 1, Thursday
Kindergarten Field Trip: Houston Museum of Natural Science
 May 26, Monday
Memorial Day (no classes)



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