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 (www.schoolcafe.com). 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.
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: www.hsifortworth.harmonytx.org.
Breakfast is served from 7:30 – 7:55 everyday in the north cafeteria.
Every Campus Received a “Met Standard” Rating!
The Seven Harmony Districts Received six “A”s and one “B” Rating:
Dear Parents and Guardians:
I hope everyone is enjoying their summer break. We are back at work to welcome all of you to a new school year of learning and growing.
On Tuesday, August 7th, 2018 we will have our student orientation. During this time, students and parents will have the opportunity to complete all necessary paperwork to begin the school year. Students and parents will also have the opportunity to get important documents regarding school procedures, purchase uniforms and sign up for clubs, activities and other after school programs.
Please attend the orientation during your assigned time slot based on your last name.
A thru G 9:00am – 11:30am
H thru O 11:30am- 2:00pm
P thru Z 2:00pm – 5:00pm
We are looking forward to an exciting year!
Summertime is here, but the learning doesn’t stop! Don’t forget to keep up with your summer assignments in preparation for the 2018-2019 school year. Please click links below to access the summer assignments.
Athletic events that necessitate cheerleaders begin almost immediately with the school year. Use the linked document and its recommendations to improve your try out performance. These are recommendations; not completing these workouts will not disqualify you from tryouts in August. Also in August, HSI Cheer will have a parent and participant informational meeting in the first days of school. To try-out for the 2018-2019 HSI Cheer teams (middle and high school) parent and athlete MUST attend the informational meeting. Have an enjoyable and active summer!
Find summer meals in your community this summer. No cost for kids 18 and younger.
The HSI Cheer team would like to invite current and newly accepted students (grades 2-11) to participate in their summer clinic. Come and learn high school sideline cheers and a routine; improve your jumps and splits to better your skills. All are welcome to participate in this “just-for-fun” camp hosted by the HSI Cheer Team.
June 5th, 6th, and 7th from 9am to 12 pm
Pick up a registration packet at the HSI front office.
Register by Friday May18th and pay $75 for all three days.
After May 18th the cost is $100 for all three days or $40 per day.
Fees cover clinic expenses and raise funds for cheer expenditures in the 2018-2019 school year.
Deadline to register May 26, 2018
We hope you’ll join us! Further questions? Please contact Ms. Bowler at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Participation is encouraged but not mandatory to make the HSI Cheer team for the 2018-2019 school year. Absence from this clinic does not disqualify any party from joining next year’s team.
STAAR Administration in April
STAAR testing time has come. In April, 7th through 10th grade students will take the STAAR /End of Course tests. We are confident that our students are ready. Students and teachers alike have been working rigorously since the beginning of the school year to master the skills needed to be successful on the STAAR tests.
The State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR™) is a state mandated test that measures the statewide curriculum in reading at Grades 3-8; in writing at Grades 4 and 7; in mathematics at Grades 3-8; in science at Grades 5, 8; and social studies at Grades 8. All students enrolled in those courses are REQUIRED to participate in this testing.
Satisfactory performance on STAAR tests is a prerequisite to grade promotion in grades 3-8.
The tests that will be administered in April are on the table above.
Several things you can do to help ensure a successful testing experience is that your student arrives on time, fully rested and prepared to test. It is also important to make sure your child eats a good dinner the night before, if not a good breakfast the morning of testing. Similarly, encouraging your student to do his or her personal best can greatly improve self-confidence levels leading to better performance.
Thank you for all you do to help your student be as successful as possible, and for all of your contributions to Harmony School of Innovation.
I will be more than happy to assist if you have any questions.
Schedule for games and practices is listed below. Please email email@example.com with any questions. The location of some games is TBD-To be determined. Location will be updated ASAP.
We are celebrating Black History Month with Nashville musician, composer, writer and philanthropist, author, Joseph Wooten. We hope you will join us this Wednesday!
Joseph has been the keyboardist for the Steve Miller Band for 24 years, played with Steve Miller at the induction to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame at Madison Square Garden 2016.
He is awesome and we can’t wait to host!
Learn more about Joseph at: http://josephwootenepk.com/