The Harmon Connection

Your source for weekly LHS Harmon announcements.

Announcements for October 5th – October 9th

It's A Great Day at LHS Harmon High School!

As we close out week 7 of our first 9 weeks of school we reflect on all that we have accomplished. We have approximately 650 "in-person" enrolled students who are doing a great job of following all of our required COVID safety measures. In addition, our Harmon Help tutoring program is in full swing, yearbook pictures have been taken, breakfast is served each morning, our community partnership with Overhead Doors officially began, we celebrated our September Harmon Heroes and our sports teams are in full play!


Coming up in the next two weeks - exam reviews and 9 weeks exams.

National Custodian Day - October 2, 2020

Today we celebrate you Maria! Muchas gracias por todo lo qué haces para nosotros. Harmon is great because of people like you. Happy National Custodian Day!

September Artist of the Month

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LHS Harmon Heroes - September 2020

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Harmon Help - Harmon's Academic Tutoring Program

Harmon Help is an after school tutoring program on Tuesday through Wednesday each week. We want students to take full advantage of this time with teachers to ensure they are focused and present long enough to make strides in their academic progress.


  • Students that self-refer may leave when they have transportation (min of 30 min) or they can stay and catch the bus but must still continue to work
  • Students that are referred by a teacher must stay for the entire tutoring time 4:15-5:45 regardless of how they get home.

Bus Transportation

If your student is attending Harmon Help after school Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays there is bus transportation available to get them home.

Parent Pick Up
If you are planning to pick your student up we ask that you drive around to the back of LHS Harmon that faces Old Orchard/Dixon Lane and not pick them up before 5:45pm.


Thank you for your support!

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COVID Case Tracker

We have received many questions about lab-confirmed COVID-19 cases and how the district is tracking and reporting this information. Tracking these numbers and keeping them accurate and up-to-date is not an automated process or system. We are doing our best to keep our families informed, while also being as accurate as possible in our reporting. We thank you for your patience and grace as we have worked through some of the kinks throughout the first three weeks of in-person learning. Please know that we absolutely understand decisions about learning pathways rely a great deal on what our case numbers look like on our campuses.

With that said, we wanted to let you know that as of 4 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 29, the number of lab-confirmed ACTIVE COVID-19 cases on our campus is 1. We also wanted to let you know beginning Oct. 12, the district will report ACTIVE lab-confirmed cases on a DAILY basis at LISD.net/COVIDtracker. Daily case numbers will be collected starting at 4 p.m. each day, and will be updated on the website the following day by 10 a.m.

Quarantine Periods

We have received several inquiries from families about contact tracing and quarantine periods. While we understand this process might be confusing or even frustrating for some, we want to assure you that we are following Denton County Health Department and CDC guidelines and recommendations when it comes to who is quarantining and for how long. The Texas Medical Association has put together a helpful flowchart that may answer some of your questions or concerns. Please know, LISD’s top priority continues to be the health and safety of our 50,000 students and 6,000 staff members.

PSAT October 29, 2020

All In-Person 9th and 10th graders have been preregistered for the PSAT Exam.


Virtual and Virtual-Plus students who are interested in taking the PSAT will need to Fill Out This Form to sign-up. Unfortunately there is no option for off-campus testing. We must have an accurate count in order to prepare a testing area in the building for the Virtual and Virtual-Plus students who have registered for the exam. Virtual and Virtual-Plus students who register for the PSAT will need to arrive at LHS Harmon by 8:00 am on Thursday, October 29th.


9th Grade Study Guide for PSAT

https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/pdf/psat-8-9-student-guide.pdf


10th Grade Study Guide for PSAT

https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/pdf/psat-nmsqt-student-guide.pdf

Counselor's Corner

From Your Counselors

Needs Assessments


Thank you to those who have already completed the Counseling Needs Assessment. If you haven’t already, please complete the surveys below so that we know how to best serve your family.

Parent Needs Assessment: https://bit.ly/31NGD4q

Student Needs Assessment: https://bit.ly/31PdvcU


Social Media


Follow the LHS Harmon Counseling Department on Instagram and Twitter for important updates and mental wellness tips!


Instagram: @LHSHarmonCounseling

Twitter: @LHSHCounseling


Learning Pathway Changes


Please know we are diligently working on schedules for any student impacted by learning pathway changes. While we strive for great customer service, we are not able to respond to requests for information about what your child's schedule might look like should you change your learning pathway. Our campus administration will rebuild the campus schedule based on the pathway change requests, and schedule information will not be available until after that process is completed.


Lewisville HS Harmon Counselors

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Important Message from Coach Odle

Expectations for Students Attending 9th Grade/JV Football Games


  • Mask must be worn at all times
  • Must be in the stands
  • No back packs
  • No outside food or drink
  • No in and outs or they must pay again
  • I.D.'s must be worn
  • Tickets are $5.00 for adults $2.00 for students
  • Once game is over, everyone must exit the Stadium the players will exit another gate.

TEA-UIL Side-by-Side

The UIL publishes this document to provide member schools notice of Texas Education Agency regulations which relate to UIL and all other extracurricular activities sponsored or sanctioned by the school district.

YEARBOOKS ON SALE NOW!

Student Council News

Membership Drive Underway

  • STUCO Memberhip Drive is on now!
  • $20 membership fee includes access to Stuco Events, meetings, and a tshirt.
  • We are looking for students who want to be involved in our amazing Farmer Pride and Spirit.
  • See Mrs. Farrelly in room 1111 for more info.

StuCo Officers Announced

Freshman Officers

President: Lily Castillo

VP: Deborah Swasey

Secretary: Roman Grant

Treasurer: Quivonna Thompson

Multicultural Officer: Alex Stowers


Sophomore Officers

President: Vishal Morrar

Vice President: Aishah Gamble

Secretary: Elisha Lopez

Treasurer: Paige Ambrose

Historian: Christian Nagel

Community Service: Kailani Rios

Multicultural Officer: Alex Stowers


Congratulations to a great group of student leaders!

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Lewisville High School Harmon

1250 W. Round Grove Rd.

Lewisville, TX 75067

469-713-5201