We're Hiring

We're Hiring

Harmony Public Schools is recruiting talented, compassionate bilingual teachers dedicated to helping every student succeed. Harmony offers a competitive salary, excellent benefits and a commitment to excellence in the classroom.

Interested applicants may apply online.

Each year, HSACP administrators, teachers, parents, and community leaders meet to discuss and provide feedback about the areas of strengths and opportunities to grow in Demographics, Student Learning, Processes and Programs, and Perceptions.
This opportunity provides you the ability to contribute as we work together to improve our school.
If you would like to participate, please complete the sign-up using this link.
If you would like more information, please contact Mrs. McRae at vmcrae@harmonytx.org.

October is in the United States. Let’s deepen our understanding of this language-based challenge and try to raise awareness in our community.

 Eight-year-old Evan is one of the brightest children in his third-grade class. He has a wonderful vocabulary and knows everything there is to know about baseball—he can even tell you who played in each of the last ten World Series games and who won. But when it comes to reading about baseball—or anything else—Evan has a lot of trouble. It takes him a long time to read each word, and even longer to read whole sentences. He often has to guess at how you say a word—and sometimes his guess is wrong. Reading out loud is especially stressful and embarrassing. His teacher recently told Evan’s parents that she thinks he might have dyslexia.

 Most people assume that part of being smart is being able to read well. About 100 years ago, though, doctors figured out that some people, even some very smart people who do really well at many other things, have trouble learning to read. This difficulty with reading is called dyslexia.

 Excerpt from: http://dyslexia.yale.edu/resources/dyslexic-kids-adults/on-being-dyslexic/

Useful Links:

What is Dyslexia? – Kelli Sandman-Hurley







Recommended Movie:

Taare Zameen Par- Every Child is Special https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Z14uE7U0HY

Ishaan, a student who has dyslexia, cannot seem to get anything right at his boarding school. Soon, a new unconventional art teacher, Ram Shankar Nikumbh, helps him discover his hidden potential.

Monday (10/24)– Team up against drugs! (Wear sports team jerseys)
Tuesday (10/25)– I’m too bright for drugs! (Wear bright neon-colored clothes)
Wednesday (10/26)- Give drugs the boot (Wear boots and jeans)
Thursday (10/27)– Sock it to drugs! (Wear crazy, mismatched socks)
or Being drug free is no sweat! (Wear sweatpants or workout clothes)
Friday (10/28)– We have character, we don’t do drugs! (book character day)
Please remember, all Spirit Week attire must be school appropriate according toHarmony Free Dress requirements. If students are not participating in Spirit Week

attire on any day, students must be dressed in school uniform.