HSA Katy Wednesday Mail
October 2nd, 2019
Fall Festival Donations
Harmony Science Academy- Katy is preparing to host our annual Fall Festival on Friday, November 1st. Our festival will feature games, rides, obstacles, and other activities for students and families. We are kindly asking each grade level to donate certain items. If your child donates any items to help our festival, they will earn a free dress pass to be determined at a later date. Please turn in all donations to your child’s homeroom teacher by Friday, October 25th unless otherwise specified.
Kindergarten- Assortment of Candy
First Grade- Store bought baked goods (Bring donations during Oct. 28th - Nov. 1st)
Second Grade- Store bought baked goods (Bring donations during Oct. 28th - Nov. 1st)
Third Grade- Assortment of Candy
Fourth Grade- Piñata prizes
Fifth Grade- 2 liter soda bottles
Science Fair Judges Needed!
If you have any other questions, please contact Ms. Schaefer at email@example.com
Student Banking Day - October 8th, 2019
From the Desk of Mr. Rodriguez
You should be receiving a set up email from PBIS Rewards. PBIS Rewards is a Software-as-a-Service solution that provides an automated school wide PBIS management system based on school character traits (they’re displayed on posters around the school Respect, Responsibility & Safety).
With PBIS Rewards teachers will have access to a system in which they can reward good behavior, said points can be saved and used to cash in at the PBIS store. We will send out dates and steps when students will be able to use their points. It’s as easy as that! At HSA-Katy we want to reward good behavior as much as possible while also discouraging breaks in expectations. Check out the video below for more information!
We strive for the wellbeing and protection of all our students, to continue with that consistency we will be conducting a lock down drill in the first weeks of October. A lockdown drill consists of locking doors, turning off the lights, blocking entrances and remaining in the classroom quietly. Per the Emergency Guidelines:
Lock, Lights, Out of Sight
Lockdown is called when there is a threat or hazard inside the school building. Lockdown uses classroom and school security actions to protect students and staff from threat.
- Move away from sight
- Maintain silence
The following are examples of when a Lockdown might be called:
- Dangerous animal within school building
- Angry or violent parent or student
- Active Shooter
We urge all parents to go over the guidelines and procedures of the drill to ensure that they go as smooth as possible. Following the guidelines can make all the difference. Thank you for your ongoing help, support and cooperation.