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October 6 is Blue Shirt Day- World Day of Bullying Prevention

October is National Bully Prevention Awareness Month. To signify its importance Endeavor is asking all to wear a BLUE SHIRT and join us in solidarity to stop bullying and cyberbullying on Monday, October 6th! Let’s create a 'sea of blue' across the globe to STOMP Out Bullying. It doesn't matter what shade of blue you wear as long as it's BLUE and school appropriate.

Parent Information session- Title I Program

Parents, please join us on Monday, Oct. 6 at 5:30pm for a information session on HSE Endeavor's participation in the federal Title I program. Topics to be discussed:

*Academic programs
*achievement goals for 2014
*parental involvement policy

We hope you can join us- your feedback is welcomed and valued! Please contact Ms. Patton with any questions or concerns. apatton@harmonytx.org

Endeavor Spirit Night: Wednesday, October 8th

Have you wondered what to do for dinner some nights? Well, join us for Spirit Night on Wednesday, October 8th from 5-8pm. With the help of Chick-fil-A, located at 13240 Northwest Freeway Houston, 77040, you can raise support and funds for HSE – Endeavor. It’s the tastiest decision you will ever make. We look forward to seeing you there. If you're in a hurry, drive through orders count as well. All students in attendance will be entered into a drawing for a prize.

Endeavor Express Vol. 1- October 2014

Volume 1 of our campus newsletter is here! This newsletter is put together by campus admin and students, and contains important information- please enjoy! Copies are available at the front office. read more . . .

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and colored ribbons are worn to show support. Pink ribbons represent the strength of women around the world who have battled breast cancer. A pink and blue ribbon lets people know men get breast cancer too. Wearing ribbons show solidarity in vowing to come together to find a cure for the disease, to help those currently in the struggle, and to encourage yearly breast exams for early detection. Awareness could save a life . Endeavor would like to show our support by allowing all students to wear pink and/or blue shirts with uniform pants or shorts on Thursday, October 16, 2014.

Start your day with delicious muffins and put a smile on your child’s face. Come and enjoy FREE muffins, juice and lively conversation with other HSE-Endeavor moms. Please RSVP by completing the form sent home and return to your child's 1st period teacher to ensure we purchase the right amount of muffins. The event will take place on Wednesday, October 22nd from 7:45am - 8:10am in your child's 1st period class. This event is for K-4 only. We look forward to seeing you there. read more . . .

Red Ribbon Week

The Red Ribbon Campaign was started after the death of DEA agent Enrique Camarena in 1985. This began the continuing tradition of displaying Red Ribbons as a symbol of intolerance towards the use of drugs. The mission of the campaign is to present a unified commitment towards the creation of a DRUG-FREE AMERICA. It is the largest, most visible prevention awareness campaign observed annually in the United States. Endeavor students and staff will show their personal commitment to a drug-free lifestyle through the dress themed days below:

Red Ribbon Dress Theme
10/27: Black Out Drugs - wear black shirt with uniform pants
10/28: Team Up Against Drugs - wear sports related t-shirt or jersey with uniform pants
10/29: Give Drugs The Boot - wear boots with school uniform
10/30: Hats Off To Being Drug Free - wear hat or cap with school uniform
10/31: Show Good Character by Being Drug Free - Dress as a book character, historical figure, career person or free dress

Upcoming Parent Meetings "Meet your Admin"

Attention 6- 8parents:
You are invited to a meet with the middle school administration team on Wednesday, Sept. 24 from 8:00-8:30. This will be an opportunity to chat with campus administration and meet other grade level parents, so send your students off to class and join us in the lobby at 8am. Coffee and light refreshments will be served. 
Please RSVP to 281-999-8400

Free Dress Fridays Are Back!

What is Free Dress Friday? It is a weekly fundraiser that helps us build our activity fund. The activity fund helps pay for our sports programs, field trips, campus activity, and much more.

What is the cost? There are 2 options: $1.00 per student for jeans that are worn with school uniform or spirit shirt and $2.00 per student for free dress.

Dress code Guidelines are as follows:
• Garments must be free of holes, tears, inappropriate wording, logos, messages or advertising.
• No tights or legging unless worn underneath a school appropriate length dress or skirt.
• No cargo-style pants or shorts.
• All shirts must have sleeves. Students may not wear low cut, midriff-baring, or backless blouses.
• No tight or skinny jeans.
• Clothing items must not depict images of violence.
• No hats or caps are allowed.
• No baggy or sagging jeans/pants allowed.

Parents will be called to bring a change of clothes or pick up their child for inappropriate dress.

National Hispanic Heritage Month Sept 15th - Oct 15th

Each year, Americans observe National Hispanic Heritage Month by celebrating the histories, cultures and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean, Central and South America. The observation started in 1968 as Hispanic Heritage Week under President Lyndon Johnson. It was later extended by President Ronald Reagan in 1988 to cover a 30-day period of September 15 - October 15. The day of September 15 is significant because it is the anniversary of independence for Latin American countries Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua. In addition, Mexico and Chile celebrate their independence days on September 16 and September 18, respectively. Also, Columbus Day, or Día de la Raza, which is October 12, falls within this 30 day period.

Parent Teacher Conferences & Early Dismissal

Thursday, September 25thth will be early dismissal followed by parent conferences. This conference is a brief meeting between parents and teachers of students to discuss children's progress to ensure academic success. Students will dismiss at 1:15pm and conferences will be held from 2:00pm - 4:00pm.

Endeavor Tigers Volleyball

The 2014 Endeavor Volleyball Season begins Monday, September 8th. The dynamic duo of Ms. Bert and Ms. Lee are looking forward to another exciting year! Our goal is to make sure that the athletes aspire to the levels of skill and competition that they are fully capable of reaching. Weekly practices, monitoring of academic success, and following the student code of conduct will ensure our players are able to represent Endeavor's excellence on the court. We invite all to click below for a schedule of games and to support our students. Go Tigers! read more . . .

PTO: Get Involved & Make a Difference!

The Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) hopes you will be active in the Endeavor community. The PTO has many activities planned for this year. We encourage you to become involved in as many of these activities as you feel reasonably possible. We have fun together and the students have enjoyable, meaningful experiences as a result of it. PTO will hold its first meeting in the library on Wednesday, September 10th at 5pm. Afterwards, the PTO will be meeting in the library on the first Tuesday of every month at 5pm. We invite you to attend. The school and PTO will benefit from hearing your ideas, and you will be better informed about all upcoming events at the school.

The PTO also provides funding to the teachers for activities and items that the classes would otherwise not have. These activities and items include class trips, in-school programs, physical education, and fine arts support as PTO recognizes that they are all an important part of our children’s education. As you know, raising money is what allows the PTO to provide such assistance. Thus, they have planned a number of fundraisers. As with volunteering your time, we ask that you participate in as many as possible, but you should not feel obligated to participate in all of them.

With your help we are looking forward to the 2014-2015 school year being the best one ever for Endeavor. If you have any ideas, comments or suggestions, we want to hear from you. Communication is essential if the PTO is to fulfill its mission. Please contact HSEparents@gmail.com for more information.

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...



 October 1, Wednesday
Meet the Admin Breakfast for 6-8 grade parents
8-8:30am, school lobby
 October 6, Monday
Blue Shirt Day
Title I program- Parent Info night 5:30-6:30
 October 8, Wednesday
Endeavor Spirit Night @ Chickfila 5-8pm
 October 13, Monday
Columbus Day / School Holiday
Professional Development for Staff (no classes)
 October 15, Wednesday
Hispanic Heritage Month Ends



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