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Month: January 2018

Parent Letter MAP® Winter 2018

Dear Parents:

During the weeks of January 22 and January 29, students in grade levels 7th, 8th, 9th, and 10th will take tests called Measures of Academic Progress® (MAP®). We give students MAP tests to determine your child’s instructional level and to measure academic growth throughout the school year and from year to year in the areas of Reading, Language, and Math. Your child will take the tests on a computer.

MAP tests are unique in that they adapt to be appropriate for your child’s level of learning. As a result, each student has the same opportunity to succeed and maintain a positive attitude toward testing.  Additionally with MAP tests, we can administer shorter tests and use less class time while still receiving detailed, accurate information about your child’s growth. Following each testing period, you will receive a report showing your child’s growth.

For more information on resources for parents, download the Parent Guide.

Sincerely,

HSI – Sugar Land

Please read regarding about our stem Festival!

Dear Parents and Students,

On February 3rd, Harmony School of Innovation will be hosting our annual STEM festival. Please see the attached flyer.

STEM Festival 2018

HSI – Sugar Land will resume classes tomorrow, Thursday, January 18

Dear Parents and students,

Harmony School of Innovation – Sugar Land will resume classes tomorrow with its normal schedule.

 

School closed for tomorrow, January 17, 2018

Attention parents and students,

Harmony School of innovation – Sugar land will be closed on Wednesday, January 17 due to icy roads and hazardous road conditions.

Stay safe and warm

No School, January 16, 2018

 

Attention parents and students,

Due to inclement weather, Harmony School of innovation – Sugar land Will be closed.

Stay safe and warm

HSI Sugar Land Ranked Among Top Schools!

As Harmony School of Innovation Sugar Land High School is ranked 8th in Houston area and named as one of the top 10 High Schools according to Children at Risk, our middle school is also selected among the top 20 out of all middle schools in greater Houston area at the annual rankings for the Lone Star State’s best middle schools. Congratulations to our successful students and dedicated staff for this great achievement!

Dress Code Reminder

Dear Parents,
Please read the following message reiterating our school dress code policy:
Harmony Public Schools’ dress code policy was established to create a safe and orderly environment, teach grooming and promote proper hygiene, instill discipline, and eliminate competition and distraction.  As we kick off the spring semester, we believe it is important to review these policies, which can be found on pages 16-18 in the Student Handbook.  Please make sure your child arrives to school in appropriate dress every morning.  Students will not be allowed to attend class until they are appropriately dressed and any missed class time will be counted as an unexcused absence.  Violations of these policies will result in incremental disciplinary action.
Some of the most common violations we are experiencing on our campus include students trying to wear non-permitted outerwear (hoodies, sweatshirts, jackets, etc), inappropriate pants (joggers, jeans, yoga/spandex, holes), and footwear (sandals).
The only acceptable items that may be worn over the school shirt in includes v-neck cardigans or v-neck vests in solid colors of navy, red, or black, or the Harmony-logo fleece that was sold in previous years.  All other items must be taken off before entering the building and stored in the students’ locker.  Classrooms are kept at comfortable temperatures, but if students are still cold with a cardigan, they may wear solid colored long sleeve shirts under their school uniform, or purchase some of the new long-sleeved uniform shirts from the front office.
Pants must be blue, black, or khacki pants/slacks and fitted with a leather belt.  Inappropriate pants include jeans, cargo style, yoga, joggers, spandex.  All pants must fit properly, be worn at the waist, must be free of holes/tears, and may not be rolled up at the legs.
All footwear must have closed toes/heels.  Sandals or slides are not permitted.

Nurses New’s

 

Attention Parents,
It is flu season and we want to prevent any viruses from spreading, here are some tips that will help to prevent this. For more information please contact our nurse’s aide  Mrs. Sophia Cazares.

Just a Reminder!

There will be a Staff Development/Student Holiday this Thursday/Friday January 4th and 5th. Students will come back to campus on Monday January 8th. We hope you enjoyed the holidays and please don’t forget to submit your re-enrollment forms. The due date is coming near!

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