Harmony Times

March 8, 2017

The end of the 3rd quarter is Friday, March 10th. Report cards and MAP scores will be mailed home during Spring Break

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Eric's Acts of Kindness

We currently have a 9th grade student, Eric, that has been battling cancer for several years, at this time the family has exhausted all available treatment options. When asked what people can do, Eric has but one inspirational request. Continuing with his vision to make the world a better place, Eric asks that people do an act of service in his name and share it with him. Ms. Burns (cburns@harmonytx.org) from HSA has agreed to serve as a liaison for the family for this movement that we are calling "Eric’s Acts of Kindness." If you perform an act of kindness, please make sure to share a quick note, a picture, or email so that Eric can follow this movement! Also we have created a facebook page for Eric's acts of kindness https://www.facebook.com/EJsKindActs/

LOTE Olympiad

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The LOTE Department would like to invite you to our "LOTE Olympiad", where the students will be performing different categories in Turkish and Spanish.

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Sarra Khan earned 3rd place, and a bronze medal at HSEF in the mathematical science category.

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Wafiqah Zubair earned 2nd place, and a silver medal at HSEF in the chemistry category.

STEM Leadership Camp at UT Dallas

Dear High School Students (7-11th Grade),
Harmony Science Academy proudly announces that this summer you have a great summer camp option at The University of Texas Dallas (UTD)! The University of Texas at Dallas welcomes Harmony Students for Residential Camp Experience.
-Morning & afternoon camps(Engineering and Computer Science)
-Leadership talks
-College information sessions
-Swimming & recreational sports
-Stay in new Residential dorm facility
-Girls Camp: May 26th - 30th,2017
-Boys Camp: May 30th -June 3rd,2017
Camp fee is $350
Please fill out the interest form below
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Dear Harmony Parent(s)/Guardian,

There will be a $30.00 participation athletic fee for campus funded sports for the 2016-2017 school year. The fee will be charged to each student, per team, for those who participate in an athletic team. This non-refundable fee is due at the time the athletic registration begins. If your student(s) is currently participating in a team, please issue payment at your earliest convenience to our front office.

In addition, we do not want any student-athlete unable to participate due to financial hardship. If a payment plan is needed please contact Ms. Palmillas at dpalmillas@harmonytx.org to set up arrangements.

For any further questions or concerns please contact your student’s athletic teacher.

Thank you for your understanding and support!

HSA-Euless Administration

STEM Leadership Camp at Camp JOLT

Dear Middle School Students (7 & 8th Graders),
Harmony Science Academy proudly announces that this summer you have a great summer STEM camp option at Camp JOLT!
-Morning & afternoon STEM and Leadership activities
-Leadership talks
-Swimming & recreational sports
-Boys Camp: May 24th - 28th,2017
-Girls Camp: May 30th -June 3rd,2017
Camp fee is $300
Please fill out the interest form below
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Perot Museum

High school students - HSI is hosting the Perot Museum on Saturday, March 25th for an interactive event. There will be several booths set up with exciting activitites for the students. They are in need of high school students to man each booth. You will earn volunteer hours for your service. The hours are from 3:00-6:00 PM, at HSI Euless. If you are interested, please stop by Ms. Kiro's office and sign up. The deadline to sign up is Friday, March 10th. This is a great and exciting opportunity!

Black History Month Assembly

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Admin in the Spotlight: Mrs. Chidyausiku!!

What are your favorite colors and patterns?

Blue then purple, I don’t really have a favorite pattern.

Do you consider yourself a fashionista? What are your favorite styles or brands?

I don't consider myself a fashionista. I don't have a style as long as is looks good, I don't have a favorite brand.

We know that you're the Dean of Discipline; do you enjoy it?

Some days are better than others.

Your favorite vacation spot to go to?

Bora Bora

What types of music do you listen to? Favorite artist?

All types, Bruno Mars, The Weekend and so many more to name

Are you from here? If not, where are you from?

No, Mississippi

Do you have any kids?


What do you miss from your childhood?

My mom

What were you like in high school?

Quiet, shopping, reading and traveling

Signature perfume?

Mademoiselle by Chanel

Favorite book?

That information is confidential

Beaches or mountains?


Tea or coffee?


Did you enjoy being a teacher more or the Dean of Discipline?

Teacher more

What was your favorite grade to teach?


by Ms. Master's Journalism class

Medical Corner

Harmony Parents,

The peak of the cold and flu season is upon us. To prevent widespread flu in the school, we recommend that your child stay home from school if experiencing flu or cold symptoms. To decide whether or not to send your child to school, please consider the following guidelines:

· Fever (greater than 100 degrees, your child may return to school only after his or her temperature has been consistently below 100 degrees, by mouth, for a minimum of 24 hours)

· Vomiting (even once)

· Diarrhea

· Chills

· General malaise or feelings of fatigue, discomfort, weakness or muscle aches

· Frequent congested (wet) or croupy cough

· Lots of nasal congestion with frequent blowing of nose

The following are good hygiene habits to teach the students to prevent the spread of the flu:

· Wash hands frequently

· Do not touch eyes, nose or mouth

· Cover mouth and nose when sneezing or coughing, use a paper tissue, throw it away and then wash hands

· Avoid close contact with people who are sick

Colds are the most contagious during the first 48 hours. A child who has a fever should remain at home until "fever free" for a minimum of 24 hours. Keeping a sick child at home will minimize the spread of infections and viruses in the classroom.

Thank you in advance for helping make this year at school as healthy as possible. Please let me know if you have any more questions.

Ms. Sifuentes


817-354-3000 Ext. 1108

Cafeteria News

Nutritious meals are available daily for a price of$1.70 for breakfast, $3.00 for lunch, and $0.50 for a la carte milk. Each student is provided a lunch account on to which money may be deposited. Households are also encouraged to log in to their child’s account (using the parent password), go to the “Lunch” tab, and click on ONLINE LUNCH APPLICATION to apply for free or reduced price meals. If you need the parent password reset, 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 –$15.00. Once the negative meal account balance limit is reached, the student will receive an alternate meal. Alternate meals consist of cereal, fruit, and milk for breakfast; and for lunch, a sandwich, vegetable, and milk. 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: hsaeuless.org, and click on the “Meal Charges” link.

Attention Parents,

Papa Jonhs pizza will be served every Wednesday at no extra charge, taking place of the regular served lunch. The meal will include: milk, 1 slice of cheese pizza, a veggie and/or fruit.


Dear Parents and Students,

Please be informed that there is NO change in the school dress code policy. We would like clarify our policy for outerwear.

Dress Code regarding outerwear in Student Handbook (please refer to page 17):

  • No outerwear, such as windbreakers, jean jackets, or ski jackets, may be worn inside the classroom. Such items must be stored in the student’s locker.
  • “Hoodies” may not be worn inside the school building.
  • No pullovers or sweatshirts are allowed.

What can be worn:

  • School cardigan sweaters (with or without buttons/zipper) in solid red, white, black, navy blue or grey.
  • Solid-colored, long-sleeve shirt under their uniform top in red, black or navy blue.
  • Other items that are worn to school will need to be left in the locker before going to the classroom.

Thank you for your attention regarding this matter and please do not hesitate to reach us on Let's Talk or email Mrs. Chidyausiku (mchidyausiku@harmonytx.org) with any questions or concerns.

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Thank you for keeping yourself and your family informed about the news and events of HSA Euless. Have a most wonderful week!