HSB WEDNESDAY MAIL
April 6 WEDNESDAY MAIL
Please read the following announcements carefully as well as any attached flyers
SUMMER STUDY ABROAD PROGRAM IN POLAND
Finally, we are all set to go to POLAND for a summer study abroad program. Harmony Public Schools are organizing its SUMMER STUDY ABROAD PROGRAM IN POLAND. Students are going to improve their language and culture skills and get exposed to a different world. We believe that this summer program will provide more college readiness and change the students perspectives on life by experiencing different cultures and environments.
Spots are limited
Program Dates: June 1st - June 21st
Application Deadline: March 31st, 2016
Program Fee: $3,600
Grade Level: 8th - 11th
Also, there will be scholarship/discount opportunities based on your school campus fund availability. Please contact to Mr.Kilic for details.(email@example.com).
Lunch Account Balances
Cookie Dough Fundraiser
Each bucket of cookie dough is $20.
The money is due on Thursday April 7th.
Here is the list of prizes:
Sell 1 bucket - Free Jeans Pass
Sell 2 buckets - Free Jeans Pass and Ice Cream Party
Sell 3 buckets - all of the above and a Free Dress Pass
Sell 4 buckets - all of the above and a Trip to the Game Truck
Sell 5 buckets - all of the above and a Pizza Party
For the top sellers here are the prizes. In case of a tie a drawing will be held.
Sell 8 buckets - $50 Best Buy Card
Sell 10 buckets - Flat Screen TV
Sell 12 buckets - IPad Mini
2nd Grade Family Dinner
BizKids Entrepreneur Competition
The 9th grade Principles of Business, Finance, and Marketing class recently competed in the BizKids Entrepreneur Competition hosted by Cornerstone Credit Union Foundation (CCUF). Over the past several weeks students worked with representatives from In Touch Credit Union (ITCU) to brainstorm a unique business idea, Booomin’ Fruits, that involved selling yogurt and fresh fruits to faculty and staff at HSB-Dallas. Students then developed a business plan outlining organizational, marketing, and financial strategies that would make their venture a success. The project culminated in a “shark tank” style business pitch made to a panel of representatives from ITCU. A video of the presentation has been submitted to CCUF along with those from schools across Texas and Oklahoma. Who knows? Maybe you will soon see a Boomin’ Fruits opening at a school near you!
3rd Quarter Awards Ceremony
2nd grade - 9:30 in the west cafeteria
3rd-5th grades - 9:30 in the gym
6th-8th grades - 12:30 in the gym
9th-11th grades - 1:30 in the gym