On Saturday, April 21st, 2018, Harmony Public Schools had their Annual Spring Art Gala. This year the theme was Biomes.
HSI-Sugar Land had secures first place among all high school categories.
First place for Art 1 went to Hamide Selva Cure in 9th grade for her Aurora Borealis.
First place for Art 2 from the drawing category went to Rumeysa Kaya in 11th grade for her Ring Tailed Lemur.
Rumeysa also received the award for Best in Show among all the high school entries.
Help us celebrate Teachers Appreciation week 4/30-5/4 by donating store bought snacks, such as chips, cookies, fruits, sodas, water, cup cakes.  Please drop off non-perishable items by Friday 4/27 at the front office and perishable items on Monday morning 4/30.
Thank You for your support!


We hosted ASKA-GUM Japanese Drummers in our campus. ASKA was formed in 1990 and has set a new level of Japanese drumming. From Cairo Opera House to Russian Kremlin, They have traveled the world and have wowed people. This year they are celebrating their 25th anniversary with a concert tour in Japan and aboard.

Come out and support our Varsity Girls Soccer Team this weekend and get your car washed! We will be washing cars from 11:00am-2: 00 pm Saturday, April 28, 2018.  All money collected will go towards our league fees for competition. Let’s support our MUSTANGS!
Girls’ Soccer Team,

Juniors will take the SAT on Tuesday, April 10.
o #2 pencils (no mechanical pencils)
o Eraser
o Snack (eat during scheduled breaks)
o Watch with no audible alarm or communications/recording capabilities
o Electronic Devices of any kind including:
 Cell Phones/Phones of Any Kind
 Personal Computing Devices (laptops, notebooks, Bluetooth devices)
 Smartwatches/Wearable Technology that can be used to record, transmit,
or receive information
 Cameras
 Timers
 Audio Players/Recorders
o Highlighters, Mechanical Pencils, Pens, Dictionaries, Rulers
o Calculator (school will provide all students with an approved calculator)

To help ensure a successful testing experience, make sure your child arrives to school on time, is
fully rested, and is prepared to test. It is also important to make sure your child eats a good
dinner the night before and a good breakfast the morning of testing.
SAT School Day Student Guides have been distributed to students. A copy of the guide can be
downloaded at the following link:
https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/pdf/sat-school- day-student- guide.pdf

HPS Summer Leadership Camps is to provide high quality, diverse and accessible programs, services and facilities that enhance the quality of life for all ages, cultures, and abilities. There will be a university summer camp at St Thomas University located in Houston.
STEM Pioneers Summer Camp
Campers will be divided into 3 groups that will rotate through a full day of inquiry-based activities in each STEM field highlighted in the camp:
Biology, Chemistry/Biochemistry, and Math/Computer Science.
Biology activities will include the use of molecular biology and bioinformatics in forensics. The students will learn DNA isolation, gel electrophoresis, and computational sequence analysis.
Chemistry activities will involve investigations into chemical transformations and the energy changes associated with these, as well as hypothesis-driven experiments on enzyme activity.
Math/Computer Science activities will focus on virtual robot programming, computer automation programming exercises, and mathematically oriented group problem solving.
Young Diplomats: Global Affairs & Diplomacy Summer Camp
Professor Richard H. Sindelar III, assistant professor of International Studies and retired Foreign Service Officer (22 years).  He served in Israel, Egypt, Washington DC, Canada, Mexico, and Cuba.  Professor Eric Botts, adjunct professor of International Studies, cybersecurity consultant, and retired Foreign Service Officer (ten years).  He served in the Dominican Republic, South Korea, Ireland, Washington DC, and the Bahamas.
This camp culminates with training and implementation of a diplomacy simulation.  Students will be presented with a historical problem/conflict and, representing the relevant countries, factions, and/or international organizations, seek to reach a diplomatic solution.
Please visit the website for application and more information.



Dear Parent,
You’re cordially invited to our annual language and culture event. The HARMONY ANNUAL LANGUAGE AND CULTURE GALA will be held on April 21st in The Linda & Archie Dunham Theater at Houston Baptist University.
Please add it to your calendar and RSVP at https://lotecompetition.eventbrite.com by April 20th, 2018You must have a ticket in order to enter to the GALA. Registration is free.
We’re excited to showcase our student’s talent and count on your support!
Kind regards

You are invited to the following event:



Event to be held at the following time, date, and location:

Saturday, April 21, 2018 from 4:30 PM to 7:00 PM (CDT)

HBU Dunham The Linda & Archie Dunham Theater
7502 Fondren Road, Morris Cultural Arts Center
Houston, TX 77074

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We are proud to announce and invite you and your family to join us for the annual language and culture GALA. Students will perform in singing, poetry, and folk dance…

  • The event will be held at Houston Baptist University, Morris Cultural Arts Center. 
  • Performers have to be at the HBU Dunham Theater at 9:00 am for rehearsal.

We hope you can make it!Cheers,LOTE Competition

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