December Testing

December Testing

Semester 1 District Assessment testing is occurring on our campus December 10th – 14th. This assessment is given annually in all STAAR tested subjects to see if students have mastered the TEKS taught to them during the first semester. It is similar to the Mock STAAR exam that we give during the second semester with only half of the material. Please make sure that students are in attendance and prompt. Please review the testing schedule below.
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Winter Break Information

Winter Break Information

HSI Fort Worth will observe the following important dates in observance of Winter Break:

  1. Early Release on Thursday December 20th, 2018(schedule is below).
  2. Our campus will be closed starting Friday December 21st Winter Break – Monday January 7th.
  3. Classes resume Tuesday January 8th, 2018.

Early Release Schedule

Early Release on Thursday, December 20th.

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PRIDE Students of the Month

PRIDE Students of the Month

PRIDE Students of the Month is a new initiative started by students to celebrate as many students as possible for demonstrating the best qualities Harmony has to offer. For each month teachers will nominate students they see demonstrating our core values – Professionalism, Respect, Involvement, Determination, and Excellence. The following students earned at least two nominations from teacher for that specific value:We commend the following students for earning multiple nominations through various values.

  1. Professionalism: B. Schluckwerder and E. Hoskins.
  2. Respect: S. Polk, A. Goyal, C. Ridad, I. Estolano, A. Moreno
  3. Involvement: V. WIlganoski, E. McKellar, C. Ridad
  4. Determination: B. Shresta, R. Cacho, R. Alhuwalia
  5. Excellence: A. Gonzaga, J. Enzo Sagun, N. Houchen, C. Ridad, H. Hoskins.

Congratulations to the top PRIDE Student of the month with a whopping 9 nominations…C. Ridad!

Thank you students for exemplifying the core values of Tiger PRIDE!

Book Fair!

Book Fair!

This week, December 3rd through the 7th, the Book Fair will be set up in the library. Stop in before or after school to shop around. Bring your parents TOMORROW, Dec. 6th, to do some shopping at the book fair, and enjoy live music provided by the Jazz Band and Beginners Band. On Thursday night only the Book Fair will be open from 5 to 7pm in the Library. Come and take your picture with Mr. and Mrs. “Claws!” Child care and crafts will starting at 5 pm in the North Cafeteria and will end at 8pm. Donations will be collected for the gift wrapping station and child care.

Volunteer Opportunity!

Volunteer Opportunity!

Do you need hours for high school or for an honor society? Are you a Staff member or parent looking for a way to get involved with the school. Book fair has a great volunteer opportunity for you! We are gathering a team of enthusiastic, creative, and talented volunteers to help out at our upcoming Scholastic Book Fair, and we would like to invite you to help out. To view the sign-up sheet and sign up, reach out to Mrs. Abram in the library. This is only open to honor societies, Juniors, Seniors, Staff, and Parents.

“Ugly” Holiday Sweater Day!

 "Ugly" Holiday Sweater Day!

Students and Staff get to participate in an “Ugly” Holiday Sweater Day! Grades 6 through 8 get to wear sweaters on Tuesday, December 18th. Grades 9 through 12 get to wear their sweaters on Wednesday, December 19th. Sweaters can be worn with dress code jeans and please keep all images and text on sweaters school appropriate. Happy Holidays!

Middle School Basketball

Middle School Basketball

The middle school boys and girls basketball teams played their second game of the season on Monday night against ILT-NRH. Both teams were victorious upping their records to 2 wins and zero losses. The rest of the week will feature three home games:Wednesday, 12-5-18

Varsity Girls vs ILT Garland @ 5:30

Thursday, 12-6-18

Varsity Girls vs ILT Arlington @ 5:30

Friday, 12-7-18

Middle School Girls vs ILT Saginaw @ 5:30

Middle School Boys vs ILT Saginaw@ 6:30

Tickets are $2 for students and $3 for adults. See you there. GO TIGERS!!!

Track and Field

Track and Field

High schoolers interested in participating in Track and Field in the Spring need to see Coach Czulno for information. A winter training schedule and information concerning uniforms will be given.

Nutritious Meals

Nutritious Meals

Nutritious meals are available daily for a price of $1.70 for breakfast, $3.00, and $0.50 for an a la carte milk. Each student is provided a lunch account onto which money may be deposited. Households are also encouraged to create an account in School Café ( From here, parents may apply for free or reduced price meals, check account balances, make meal payments, set-up automatic alerts, and set-up automatic payments. If you need your child’s ID number, please call the school and ask to speak with the Lunch Clerk.

Student Meal Accounts

Student Meal Accounts

Should a student’s meal account balance fall below $0, he/she will be allowed to charge up to negative (-) $10.00. Once the negative meal account balance limit is reached, the student will receive an alternate meal. If a student is later approved for free meals, they will begin receiving meals immediately. However, the household is still responsible for paying the negative account balance. For more information regarding the meal charge policy. Please visit our website at: are not allowed to purchase a la carte items if their account has a $0 or negative balance. If they are purchasing a milk, we will allow them one charge as a courtesy. The Lunch Clerk will inform the student and parent that there must be funds in the meal account for a la carte purchases. The next attempt to purchase a la carte items will be denied until the account shows a positive balance.

The district charge limit applies to reimbursable meals only and not a la carte purchases.

President George H.W. Bush

Harmony Public Schools joins the country in mourning the loss of President George H.W. Bush, a leader known as the “education president” for his tireless devotion to America’s schoolchildren.

A statewide Day of Mourning has been declared by Texas Gov. Greg Abbott for Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2018, to allow Texans to pay their respects to President Bush. All Harmony Public School campuses will remain open and operating on their regular schedule on this date.

Jingle bell run

Congratulation to some of our Cross Country runners who participated in the Jingle Bell Run this weekend that raised almost $70,000 to benefit the Arthritis Foundation.

Pictured here are Nolan Cox, Travis Osburn, and Peyton Barre with Mayor Betsy Price.

Way to get involved and spread the joy of the season gentlemen!


Harmony Art

Calling all Harmony artist!

We can’t wait to see your Texas themed submissions and look forward to announcing the winners!


Financial Aid Night

Financial Aid Night

Dear Parents/Guardians;

I would like to extend an invitation for you to participate in a financial aid information session/workshop. During this session, you and your child will have an opportunity to review the financial aid process, participate in a demonstration for filling out necessary financial aid forms, complete the Financial Aid Form for Student Application (FAFSA) with the help of our team members and learn more about third party scholarship opportunities. Financial aid is available to help students pay for college – and the first step to accessing those funds is to complete a FAFSA.

Harmony School of Innovation Fort Worth Financial Aid Night

Date: Tuesday, December 4, 2018

Time: 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Location: HSI Fort Worth South Cafeteria

In order to complete the FAFSA, the following documents are required:

  • Social Security Number of Student
  • Scholar’s alien registration or permanent resident card if not a U.S. citizen
  • Driver’s License of Student (if any)
  • Financial information from the previous previous year (ex. for the 2019-2020 school year, Scholars will need financial information from 2017)

Financial information includes the following:

  • W-2 Forms and other records of money earned in the previous year (if any)
  • Student’s Federal Income Tax Return from previous year (if any)
  • Parents 2017 Federal Income Tax Return (if Students are considered a dependent)
  • Student’s untaxed income records—(i.e. worker’s compensation, child support received)
  • Student’s current bank statements (if any)
  • Student’s investment records (if any)

Thank you very much for your willingness to participate.


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