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ESL Literacy Night Friday, March 6th 4-6pm

The Endeavor English as a Second Language(ESL) program will host a Literacy Night, Friday, March 6th from 4-6 pm for families of students who participate in ESL.
Join us for fun reading activities, book themed snacks and information for parents on helping your student become a SUPER Reader.

ESL Endeavor presenta Noche de Literatura Viernes 6 de Marzo 4-6 pm
Venga a compartir una noche divertida llena de actividades de lectura, aperitivos relacionados con libros de comida, e informacion para padres en ayudar a su hijo/a ser un Super Lector.


The application window for the 2015-2016 school year is now open for all HPS campuses and will close on March 15, 2015. You may submit your application online or in person at your campus of choice.

If there are more applications than available seats for the 2015-2016 school year, a lottery will be held to determine who will be admitted. The date for this lottery will be disclosed at a later time. For additional questions, please call your local campus of choice.

A list of current campuses and their locations can be found here.


National School Breakfast Week 3/2-3/6

The first week of March is National School Breakfast Week. In honor of this week, we want to encourage students to eat breakfast at school. According to the NEA Health Information Network, "studies of school breakfast programs have found that students who eat breakfast at school show improved academic achievement – especially in vocabulary, math and standardized tests – have better attendance records, are less likely to be tardy and exhibit fewer behavioral and psychological problems. Children who regularly eat breakfast also have a better quality of nutrient intake and are less likely to be overweight or obese." So make breakfast time your favorite time and make time for school breakfast!


National African American Read In

As part of our Black History month celebration, students and teachers will participate in the National African American Read In during the week of February 23-27. During this week, students will read books, articles, and poetry by African American authors, making literacy a signifcant part of Black History month.


Positive PRIDE letters are Here!!!

Beginning February 23rd through March 13th, all 7th & 8th grade students will have a chance to earn an educational field trip by receiving POSITIVE PRIDE letters. The section with the MOST Positive PRIDE letters at the end of each week will receive a mystery reward from the administration team. The goal is for EACH section to earn at least 100 Positive PRIDE letters during this time. The section with the most Positive PRIDE letters overall by the end of the day on March 13th will get to choose their destination from 3 preselected trips. The field trip will take place after STAAR.

The goal is to reward our students for making good choices. These good choices will lead to group rewards. However, the original PRIDE letter still exists and can be issued for students not following procedures. If a student receives the original PRIDE letter, it will reduce the amount of Positive PRIDE letters earned by 1. The goal is to receive more Positive PRIDE letters than the original PRIDE letters. If a student receives a Saturday detention, it will not affect the group goal. However, any student receiving 2 or more Saturday detentions during this time frame will not be allowed to attend the field trip without a parent.

A letter will be sent home Friday, February 20th announcing this exciting news. Each student that returns the letter signed on Monday, February 23rd will be entered into a drawing to win a family pack of movie tickets. read more . . .


*HSE-Endeavor* PRN-Parent Resource Network meeting at HSE

On March 4th at 6 pm there will be a PRN-Parent Resource Network meeting at HSE. This workshop is designed to teach parents to communicate opinions, thoughts, needs and feelings in a direct, honest, and appropriate manner, in order to secure a free appropriate public education for their children. For more information please read here

Parent Letter - English

Parent Letter - Spanish






There will no longer be the option to pay for Free Dress on Fridays. Free dress will only be allowed if the student has been issued a Free Dress Pass. Any student receiving a Free Dress Pass is expected to show it upon request. Students may still pay $1 to wear blue jeans with a uniform shirt or Spirit Shirt.


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February is Black History Month

"In recognizing the humanity of our fellow beings, we pay ourselves the highest tribute." - Thurgood Marshall, first African American on the U.S. Supreme Court.

HSE - Endeavor will spend this month remembering and learning about the many contributions African-Americans have made to the United States. It is our aim utilize the observation of Black History Month as we utilize all of our cultural observations: to increase our students' awareness of and sense of responsibility to the society around them.


Jump Rope for Heart


Jump Rope For Heart is a community service learning program of the American Heart Association. It teaches kids:
• the importance of developing heart-healthy habits;
• that being physically active can be fun; and
• that by raising funds to support research they help save lives across the country and in their community.

Kickoff Assembly: During PE classes starting Feb. 2nd
Parent Letters/Envelopes Passed Out: During PE classes for KG-4th starting Feb. 2nd
Envelopes Due: Feb 3rd - Mar 3rd to nurse before/ after school (except for K, please turn in to homeroom teacher)
Date(s) of Event: March 2nd - 3rd will be the jump rope competition during K-2nd PE classes.

Incentives (accumulate)
$1- sticker
$2- free dress March 2nd
$4- free dress March 3rd
$5- splatter duck and lanyard
$6-$9- name on Duck Pond Bulletin Board
$10-$14- announcement ‘shout-out’ on Friday
$15- jump rope
$35- spy duck
$50- jump t-shirt
--- Incentives continue through the program

Please contact Coach Bert or Ms. Vallejo with any questions at 281-999-8400 x104


ISWEEEP 2015 to be held May 7-10, 2015
George R. Brown Convention Center
Houston, Texas.

What is ISWEEEP?
ISWEEEP, The International Sustainable World (Energy, Engineering, and Environment) Project, is a science fair competition and exhibition. It is the largest science fair event of its kind world-wide. I-SWEEEP is organized by Harmony Public Schools a K-12 public charter school system, with the support of leaders in the industry and higher education institutions. Competition is open to high school students from around the globe.

I-SWEEEP works with local, national, and international science fair organizations to bring together top-ranking participants with qualifying projects from their own competitions. Approximately 500 young talents from more than 40 states and 70 countries across the globe, gather eagerly in Houston, the energy capital of the world.

The tentative schedule can be viewed here. You can also find the dates and times for the competition including the opening ceremony, public visit hours, and award ceremony dates and times.

If you have an engineering or research background please consider serving as a judge to evaluate the top quality research projects submitted by high school students from around the world. Prospective judges may register by clicking the link below:
Judge Recruitment


ZAP - Zeroes Are Not Permitted

Do you have missing assignments? Here’s what happens:

1. Teacher will assign you to ZAP session to make up work. Parents get a phone call.

2. You report to ZAP on Thursday from 3:30-4:30pm in the library.

3. Skipping your ZAP session or causing a disturbance gets you an automatic Saturday detention.

Complete your assignments on time and avoid getting ZAP'd!


Box Tops

Box Tops for Education have helped America’s schools earn over $475 million since 1996. Box Tops is such an easy way for parents to get involved in their child’s education. Just by purchasing Box Tops products, clipping the coupons and sending them into school, we earn cash. HSE Endeavor is passionate about helping our school succeed and giving students more opportunities to learn. Prizes will be awarded monthly for the homeroom that collects the most.


My Coke Rewards


Endeavor participates in My Coke Rewards for Schools program. That means by drinking the Coca-Cola products your family already enjoys, you can get My Coke Rewards points and donate them to help our school. Donations will go towards rewards like sports equipment that will help our students learn, play and have fun. Thank you in advance for your support.

Check out mycokerewards.com/schools for more information and start turning My Coke rewards points into rewards for Endeavor.


Labels for Education

The Labels for Education program is a school fund raising program designed with busy families in mind as an alternative to traditional fund raising. By saving and redeeming product UPCs and beverage caps from participating products schools can earn FREE educational merchandise, such as computers, software, sports equipment, musical instruments, library books and even a minivan. The school community can assist by saving UPCs and beverage caps from participating products and giving them to the school. The school redeems the points collected for FREE merchandise!
See the complete list of Participating Products.


Child Find

It is the policy of the Harmony Science Academy Charter School to locate and identify any child who contacts or enrolls in the Charter School who may have a disability and be in need of special education and related services, regardless of the severity of the disability, in accordance with its procedures as reflected in the CHILD FIND legal framework of the Legal Framework for the Child-Centered Special Education Process, located at: http://framework.esc18.net/. read more...


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Calendar
 
 March 4, Wednesday
Early Dismissal @ 1:15pm
 
 
 March 16, Monday
Spring Break (no classes)
 
 
 March 17, Tuesday
Spring Break (no classes)
 
 
 March 18, Wednesday
Spring Break (no classes)
 
 
 March 19, Thursday
Spring Break (no classes)
 

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Harmony School of Excellence - Endeavor
It is the policy of HPS not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, or disability in its programs, services, or activities as required by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended; Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972; and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended. For inquiries regarding non-discrimination policies, please contact Section 504/ADA Coordinator at 713 343 3333 located at 9321 W. Sam Houston Pkwy S. Houston, TX 77099.