Home   |   Harmony Schools   |   Photo Album   |   Staff Email   |   Breakfast & Lunch   |   Event Calendar   |   Academic Calendar   |   Friday Mail   |   Job Application   |   Contact

 About Us
 School Documents
 Contact Us
 46 Campuses in TX


Like us on Facebook
Follow us on Twitter

PSAT 8/9

Harmony Public Schools will administer the PSAT 8/9 on October 14 to students in grades 8. The PSAT 8/9 is the first test in the SAT Suite of Assessments. Tightly aligned with SAT and PSAT/NMSQT, it establishes a baseline for college and career readiness. The PSAT 8/9 will support all students with early feedback on the skills and knowledge that matter most for college and career success. Educators will have an early opportunity to:
• Measure and follow student performance.
• Ensure students are on target to achieve college and career readiness.
• Pinpoint areas for development. read more . . .

District Staff Development- No School on October 12th

There will be no classes for students on Monday, October 12, 2015. HSE staff will attend a professional development session. Ongoing professional development keep our teachers up to date on research, emerging technology, new curriculum, and resources. Classes will resume on Tuesday, October 13, 2015.

National School Lunch Week

Discover the Great Plate of Texas with a Healthy Lunch!

Student ID Cards

All students will receive their student ID badges starting next week. If your student still hasn’t paid for his/ her ID, they will not receive one until payment has been made. Please come by the school front office to make the payment. If your student is to lose their ID, they will receive a replacement with an additional $5.00 fee. We strongly recommend parents to purchase a lanyard to prevent students losing their IDs. School is also selling lanyards for $5.00.

Please note that IDs are part of the student’s daily dress code. Therefore, students will be given DPS points for not having their IDs.

Mandatory After School Tutorials

A mandatory tutorial letter has gone out with students in which are required to attend. Our school is committed to providing mandatory after school tutorials to ensure the student will have the skills necessary to be successful on the STAAR test coming up in spring of 2016. HSE-Endeavor arranged tutoring sessions to help your child, starting 9/21/15. Tutorilas will start at 3:10 pm and end at 3:50 pm. Students who stay for tutorials must be picked up no later than 4:00 pm.

If your student received this letter, it is very important that your child attends these sessions. The tutoring will be held as shown on each student letter. Please contact Ms. Peters or your student teacher for futher information. Jpeters@harmonytx.org.

A New Way to Communicate with Harmony – “Let’s Talk!”

Attention Parents, Students, Staff and Community Members! We’d like to introduce you to the newest way to communicate with anyone at Harmony Public Schools - “Let’s Talk!” You have two ways to utilize “Let’s Talk!” to reach a teacher, principal, other administrator or to send suggestions, concerns and compliments: log in to your student’s database and click the green “Let’s Talk!” button OR click on the “CONTACT” tab on this campus website, and then again click the green “Let’s Talk!” button. Once you’ve made it to our “Let’s Talk!” landing page, please either utilize the search bar to message the individual of your choosing, or feel free to click on the button you feel most closely represents who you want to contact. Please keep in mind the best way to resolve your concern or issue is to contact the CAMPUS first, and if needed, the CLUSTER SUPERINTENDENT next. Directly contacting the Harmony Central Office FIRST will only route you back to your campus principal. We hope you will find this program useful and beneficial in your efforts to communicate with our campus. Thank you!

Endeavor Curriculum Nights

Dear Parents,
Endeavor invites you to a curriculum night. Please join us for an information session on the curriculum and resources used by Harmony Public Schools. Be informed about what your student is learning and how you can help them be successful this year. Dinner will be served from 6 - 7 pm in the cafeteria.

October 13 : Kindergarten - 2nd grade
October 15 : 3rd - 5th grade
October 20: 6th -8th grade

8th Grade College Night

Dear 8th Graders and their Parents,

Having a jump start in high school determines, for the most part, how the rest of high school goes. To help parents and students stay ahead of the game, we are inviting a high school counselor to talk about major highlights students/parents need to be aware of as far as high school transition and readiness goes.

The program pursues three major areas that will be presented to you in 3 steps.

STEP #1: Introduction to Naviance, an essential tool utilized by students and counselors to boost up college and career readiness. Date of event: 10/27/2015 from 6:00-8:00PM

STEP #2: House Bill 5, Career Pathways. Parents and students will have a unique opportunity to explore various career pathways and make informed decisions. Date of event: 12/10/2015

STEP #3: High School Transition. Now that parents as well as students are aware of useful tools and career options, it is time to talk about high school transition and the things that matter at high school. This will be the final step in the program and feature young high school leaders who will talk to students and parents to share their experiences with you directly. Date of event: 03/04/2016. "
read more . . .

Read Across the Globe Announcement

HSE - Endeavor is excited to participate in the Read Across the Globe event on October 19th, 2015.  Endeavor, along with nine other Houston area Harmony schools and several other local school districts, will attempt to break a Guinness World Record!  Read Across the Globe is an initiative which began with the Barbara Bush Houston Literacy Foundation and the Points of Light Foundation.  The goal is to have over 300,000 children across the globe reading in a 24 hour period.  

Endeavor is looking for volunteers to read the book Farmer Will Allen and the Growing Table by Jacqueline Briggs Martin to our Kindergarten - 5th grade classes.  Please contact Ms. Peters if you are interested in participating at Jpeters@harmonytx.org.


Breast Cancer Awareness

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and colored ribbons are worn to show support. Pink ribbons represent the strength of women around the world who have battled breast cancer. A pink and blue ribbon lets people know men get breast cancer too. Wearing ribbons show solidarity in vowing to come together to find a cure for the disease, to help those currently in the struggle, and to encourage yearly breast exams for early detection. Awareness could save a life. Endeavor would like to show our support by allowing all students to wear pink and/or blue shirts with uniform pants or shorts on Thursday, October 15, 2015.

Positive Reward System (PRS) & Discipline Point System (DPS)

Harmony Public Schools is excited to announce its Positive Reinforcement System (PRS). PRS is designed to give students the opportunity to be recognized and rewarded for good behavior. Each time a student is observed performing a random act of kindness, helping a classmate, or assisting a teacher, he or she may be rewarded with a PRS point. Points are accumulated through the year throughout the school year and students can use them to participate in field trips, free dress days, and other fun activities. Please refer to the HPS Parent/Student Handbook for complete details regarding PRS.

All Harmony Public Schools implement a Discipline Point System (DPS) in which students are given points for unacceptable behavior. Each unwanted behavior has a numerical point. An accrual of excessive points will result in consequences ranging from Saturday Detention to expulsion for continued negative behavior. All teachers and staff will use this system. Parents will be notified via phone and/or email each time points are issued. The Discipline Point System is used for grades 4-8. Please refer to the HPS Parent/Student Handbook for complete details of offenses and consequences regarding the Discipline Point System.

Picture Retakes and Class Portraits

Picture retakes and Class Portraits are scheduled for Wednesday, November 11, 2015. Information packets will be sent home the week prior and also be available in the front desk. All students are required to wear the HPS school uniform. If you have not paid $5 for your child’s student ID, please do so immediately.

Guidelines for retakes:
-Student(s) purchased a package and would like the package redone using a different image
-Student(s) enrolled after original picture day
-Student(s) were absent on original picture day

This date will also include our basketball and volleyball group portraits. Sports teams will be required to change into their game day attire for the group photos. For questions or online payments, please visit www.lifetouch.com or call 281-583-1454.

Student Dress Code Policy for 2015-16 School Year

Harmony Public Schools has an official dress code policy for all 43 Harmony Schools in the State of Texas. This dress code policy can be found in your 2015 – 2016 Student Handbook that will be issued at Student Orientation scheduled for Friday, August 7, 2015. It is required that all parents read the handbook in its entirety in order to support school policies and procedures. Below is part of the text describing Harmony’s Uniform Policy:

Uniform Shirts (Must be tucked in at all times)
• All students must wear the Harmony School uniform shirt purchased from the school, and may not be substituted with a plain red polo shirt. K-5th is required to wear the red polo with white vertical stripes. All 6th – 8th is required to wear the red polo with blue horizontal stripe.

• Properly fitting navy blue,black or khaki pants or shorts
• Shorts must be to the knee or longer. No skirts are allowed unless documentation is provided for religion practices.
• No jeans, cargo-style pants or shorts may be worn.

Personal Appearance
• No facial or body piercings are allowed.
• No tattoos (permanent or temporary) are allowed.
• No extreme hairstyles (Mohawk and spiked-up) or extreme colored hair are allowed. Boys’ hair may not pass the neck. Sideburns may be to the tip of the ear lobe.

• No outerwear, such as windbreakers, jean jackets, or ski jackets, may be worn inside the building. Only Harmony jackets can be worn in the building. PTO is selling jackets for $25.

• Hoodies may not be worn inside the school building.
• No pullovers or sweatshirts are allowed.
• Any sweatshirt, sweater or jacket worn to school must be removed upon entering the building and placed in the locker. Students can use their sweater, jacket, etc. while outside.

If you have concerns about the temperature in the building, students are allowed to wear a solid white, blue, red or black long sleeve shirt under the uniform shirt.

Update!!! Student/ Parent Handbook

We have updated the HPS Student/Parent Handbook to reflect recently adopted legal requirements and school policy. Please review the attached file. A hard copy of the Handbook is also available at the front office.  

read more . . .

ZAP - Zeroes Are Not Permitted

Do you have missing assignments? Here’s what happens:

1. The teacher will assign the student a ZAP session to complete missing assignments. Parents will be notified.

2. ZAP is cheduled for Thursday from 3:10-4:00pm in the library.

3. Students skipping a ZAP session or causing a disturbance will receive an automatic Saturday detention.


You have online access to the student/parent portal by logging on to our School Database located at top right side of this page. Login will be the student's first name, followed by a space, and then last name (ex. John Smith).
The password will be the student's birthdate in the following format: MM/DD/YYYY (ex. 02/03/1999) unless you have already set another password. Please visit the portal daily to keep track of grades, academic progress, homework, schedule, attendance, tardies and lunch balance. If you have any question or trouble with logging into the portal, please send an email to srawal@harmonytx.org.

We are pleased to announce a new app to keep informed about your child. This new app is called SIMS DATABASE.
Please note: We are no longer promoting the formerly known app PARENT MOBILE. SIMS DATABASE app is available on both Android and iPhone.As always, your feedback is welcomed and important to us: Your Feedback

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...






Harmony School of Excellence - Endeavor
It is the policy of HPS not to discriminate on the basis of race, religion, 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.