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5/18 Spring Talent Show 5pm-8pm

5/19 Wellness Committee meeting

5/19 Prom 6-11

5/22 HSS Promotion Ceremony

5/23 HSA PF 8th grade graduation ceremony 5-6pm

5/25 HSA Pf High School graduation 7-8pm

8th Grade promotion ceremony

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Spring Talent Show

Spring Talent Show

May 18th, 5 pm-8 pm

Tickets are $5, and at the Door $10.

Concessions will be available.

Come out & support our kiddos.

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You can start ordering uniform s for next year

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Are you looking for activities for the summer?

Take a look at this list of Summer Camps that are offered locally! There are some great opportunities.


2023-2024 Academic Calendar

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A note from the Health Aide


Please Update your student Immunization record for the 2023-2024 school year.

  • Students entering 7th grade are required to have one dose of the Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis) vaccine and one dose of meningococcal conjugate vaccine (MCV4) for individuals who have not already received those vaccines.
  • We need the original form of the affidavit for Exemption for Immunization if the student is not able to get the vaccine. COPY is INVALID. here is the link to request an Affidavit for an exemption https://co-request.dshs.texas.gov/

If you have questions about the missing vaccine for your student or already have an updated record of immunization, you can email the health aide at mordillano@harmonytx.org

A message from Central Office


Campus leaders would like to remind students and parents that toys of any kind should not be brought to campus. Any toys brought to campus will be confiscated and may not be returned. Additionally, any toys that potentially resemble a weapon of any kind – including water guns – are strictly prohibited in all circumstances.


We would like to remind parents that any prescription or non-prescription medication required by your child should be administered at home and not brought to campus, if at all possible. If necessary, medication can be administered at school by the school nurse under the following circumstances:

1. Nonprescription medication brought to school must be submitted to school by a parent along with a written request. The medication must also be in the original and properly labeled container.

2. Prescription medications administered during school hours must be prescribed by a physician or advanced nurse practitioner (“ANP”) and filled by a pharmacist licensed in the State of Texas. In accordance with the Texas Board of Nursing Practice Act, the school will not administer medications prescribed or fulfilled in Mexico.

3. Prescription medications must be submitted in a labeled container showing the student’s name, name of the medication, reason the medication is being given, proper dosage amounts, the time the medication must be taken, and the method used to administer the medication. Medications sent in plastic baggies or unlabeled containers will NOT be administered.

4. If the substance is herbal or a dietary supplement, it must be provided by the parent and will be administered only if required by the student's IEP or Section 504 plan for a student with disabilities.

5. Only the amount of medication needed should be delivered to the school, i.e., enough medication to last one day, one week, etc. In cases of prolonged need, send in the amount for a clearly specified period. Extra medication will not be sent home with the student.

6. In certain emergency situations, the school may administer a nonprescription medication to a student, but only in accordance with the guidelines developed by the school’s medical advisor and when the parent has previously provided written consent for emergency treatment.

Changes to daily medications require written instruction from the physician or ANP and written permission from the parent. Parents are responsible for advising the school that a medication has been discontinued.

Asthma and anaphylaxis are life-threatening conditions, and students with those conditions are entitled to possess and self-administer prescription medication while on school property or at school-related events with physicians’ orders.

Student ID's

In order to ensure the safety of all individuals within the school premises, it is mandatory for students to wear their school ID visibly. The ID must display the student's picture clearly. All students have been provided with an ID, a lanyard, and a pouch to carry the ID.

If your child misplaces their ID, a fee of $5.00 will be charged for a replacement which can be purchased through the provided link for RevTrak. Alternatively, you can make the payment by visiting the front office with a card. Please note that cash will not be accepted.

If a student is found without their ID, they will be issued a temporary ID from the front office. The student will have five days to acquire a new ID. If the student fails to get a new ID after five days, they will be subject to disciplinary action and placed in ISS.


College and Career corner

Please check out HSA Pflugerville's Quarter 4 issue of the college and career department newsletter. You will find the upcoming events, news, and essential resources for college ad career.



There have been some safety issues surrounding student drop-off and pick-up.

We want to remind you that the doors and gates at the drop-off locations close at 7:40 am. After that time, students will need to be dropped off at the front office. At 7:45 am students are considered tardy and parents will have to come into the office and sign them in.

Please make sure to follow the drop-off routes. There have been many close calls when students are being dropped off at the corners. All students need to be dropped off at one of the entry points. We must be able to keep the traffic flow. The entrance is by Wendy's and the exit is by the marquee. Please refer to the attached map of the traffic flow.

Please drive slowly as we do have students and staff that are walking in from their parking spots.

If you have Middle School and High School students to drop off together, please drop both students in the High School line, and the Middle School student will walk through the building to the Middle School side.

If your student is a driver and arrives at school late, they will be required to call a parent to be signed in.

We know that everyone is in a hurry however, we are more concerned with everyone's safety.

Thank you for your understanding and attention to this matter.

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Dress Code Reminder

As we start the new year, we want to remind everyone about the dress code expectations.

ID's must be on and visible, shirts tucked in, belt on, slacks, no boots of any kind, and no hoodies or pullovers.

Also, no electronic devices should be on or visible.

All hoodies that have not been claimed by the end of day Friday 1/6 will be donated

Meal payments can be made at the front office

*Meal payments can now be made at the front office or over the phone at 512-251-5000 with a credit card. We do not accept checks or money orders.

*Los pagos de comidas ahora se pueden hacer en la oficina principal o por teléfono al 512-251-5000 con tarjeta de crédito. No aceptamos cheques ni giros postales.

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Lunch updates

Schools will transition back to requiring family applications for free and reduced-priced meals to meet USDA requirements.

We encourage all the parents to complete a meal application at:


Instructions on how to complete the meal application online:


Please note: school meals were previously free due to the pandemic however, this free option will no longer be available unless you apply and your student qualifies for the Free & Reduced Lunch Program.

Please take a few minutes to complete the meal application today.


Las escuelas volverán a exigir solicitudes familiares para comidas gratuitas o de precio reducido para cumplir con los requisitos del USDA.

Les pedimos a todos los padres completar una solicitud de comida en:


Instrucciones sobre cómo completar la solicitud de comida en línea:


Tenga en cuenta: las comidas escolares anteriormente eran gratuitas debido a la pandemia, sin embargo, esta opción gratuita ya no estará disponible a menos que presente una solicitud y su estudiante califique para el Programa de almuerzo gratis y reducido.
Tómese unos minutos para completar la solicitud de comida hoy.

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Campus information on uniforms

Uniform Information

Uniform Shirts

-Uniform shirt must be ordered from https://www.frenchtoast.com/long-sleeve-pique-polo-shirt-w-harmony-logo/p/1716?dressCode=13880

- If the Uniforms are sold out or you are waiting for them to be delivered, high school students may wear a white or black polo and middle school students may wear red or navy blue polo.

- Alternative shirts must be polo shirts

- Once uniforms become available all students must be in the Harmony uniform top.

- We will announce when spirit shirts are on sale. Spirit shirts may be worn only on Fridays with jeans.

Uniforms Bottoms

- Students are required to wear navy blue, khaki, or black uniform pants.

- No jeans allowed (unless a spirit shirt was purchased to wear only on Fridays with jeans.)

- No legging, jeggings, joggers, or cargo pants allowed.

- A blue/ Brown belt is required for all students.

- Only grades 6-8 can wear shorts that are no shorter than the knee.

- No ripped jeans on days jeans are allowed.

Sweaters/ Jackets

- Must be able to be unzipped at all times so the uniform top is visible.

- No pullover sweaters

- Must be blue, black, red, or grey.

- No hoodies allowed

- Hoodies will be confiscated and picked up by parents.


- Must have closed-toe tennis shoes (any color)

- No type of boots are allowed.


-Hair color must be natural.

-No colors such as pink, blue, green, purple, etc allowed.

Technology policy

-All cell phones/ AirPods/smartwatches must remain turned off and in their backpacks the entire school day.-

-If a student is caught using the phone during school hours, the phone will be taken up and turned into the front office.

-If your student's phone is taken up, parents must pick it up from the office and pay a $10 fee. No cash accepted.

-Students can request to use the school phones around the building if they need to communicate with parents.

Tardy Policy

- All students must be in class no later than 7:45 AM

- If a student arrived after 7:45 AM parents must get down to sign their student.

- No students are allowed into school without a parent/guardian's signature.

- For the tardy policy please refer to page 20 of the student handbook.

Please refer to our handbook https://drive.google.com/file/d/13TAEklIeB7GvPB1BXLk-4C3lAaDspuRr/view for more information.

Información Uniforme

Camisas de uniforme

-La camisa del uniforme debe pedirse en https://www.frenchtoast.com/long-sleeve-pique-polo-shirt-w-harmony-logo/p/1716?dressCode=13880

- Si los Uniformes están agotados o estás esperando a que te los entreguen, los estudiantes de preparatoria pueden usar polo blanco o negro y los estudiantes de secundaria pueden usar polo rojo o azul marino.

- Las camisetas alternativas deben ser polos.

- Una vez que los uniformes estén disponibles, todos los estudiantes deben estar en la parte superior del uniforme Harmony.

- Anunciaremos cuando las camisetas de espíritu estén a la venta. Las camisas de espíritu se pueden usar solo los viernes con jeans.

Pantalones de uniformes

- Los estudiantes deben usar pantalones de uniforme azul marino, caqui o negro.

- No se permiten jeans (a menos que se haya comprado una camisa de espíritu para usar solo los viernes con jeans).

- No se permiten mallas, jeggings, joggers o pantalones tipo cargo.

- Se requiere un cinturón azul/marrón para todos los estudiantes.

- Solo los grados 6-8 pueden usar pantalones cortos que no sean más cortos que la rodilla.

- No se permiten jeans rotos en los días en que se permiten jeans.

Suéteres/ Chaquetas

- Debe poder abrirse la cremallera en todo momento para que la parte superior del uniforme sea visible.

- No suéteres tipo pullover

- Debe ser azul, negro, rojo o gris.

- No se permiten sudaderas con capucha

- Las sudaderas con capucha serán confiscadas y recogidas por los padres.


- Debe tener zapatos tenis cerrados (cualquier color)

- No se permite ningún tipo de botas.


-El color del cabello debe ser natural.

-No se permiten colores como rosa, azul, verde, morado, etc.

Política tecnológica

-Todos los teléfonos celulares/AirPods/smartwatches deben permanecer apagados y en sus mochilas durante todo el día escolar.-

-Si se sorprende a un estudiante usando el teléfono durante el horario escolar, se tomará el teléfono y se entregará a la oficina principal.

-Si el teléfono de su estudiante está ocupado, los padres deben recogerlo en la oficina y pagar una tarifa de $10. No se acepta efectivo.

-Los estudiantes pueden solicitar usar los teléfonos de la escuela alrededor del edificio si necesitan comunicarse con los padres.

Política de Tardanzas

- Todos los estudiantes deben estar en clase a más tardar a las 7:45 a.m.

- Si un estudiante llegó después de las 7:45 AM, los padres deben bajar para firmar a su estudiante.

- Ningún estudiante puede ingresar a la escuela sin la firma de un padre/tutor.

- Para conocer la política de tardanzas, consulte la página 20 del manual del estudiante.

Consulte nuestro manual https://drive.google.com/file/d/13TAEklIeB7GvPB1BXLk-4C3lAaDspuRr/view para obtener más información.

Important Links

Harmony Science Academy - Pflugerville

Aydin Yildirim, Principal


High School

Natasha Barker, AP


Dr. Lisa Wyatt, AP


Mrs. Staursky, Special Education/504 Coordinator


Serdar Ozguven Dean of College and Career


Mrs. Lehman, ESL Coordiantor


Mrs. Munoz, Engagement Coordinator


Middle School

Gulsah Baykara, AP


Janiece Beardslee, AP


Mrs. Staursky, Special Education/504 Coordinator


Mrs. Lehman, ESL Coordiantor


Mrs. Munoz, Engagement Coordinator


Front Office

Student Recruitment Coordinator ( Registrar )

Jessica Mondragon


Attendance Clerk

Jessica Sanchez


Child Nutrition Assistant

Susana Lippart


Health Aide

Mary Ordillano