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FUNDRAISER CONTEST WINNER

4A is the fundraiser contest winner for the week. They deserved a free dress day on Monday(12/8/2008). Congratulations! We encourage other homerooms to raise the most money to win a free dresss day as a homeroom. We raised $462.14 this week. Our goal is to raise $25,000.Go tigers!


HARMONY SCHOOLS MADEBEST HIGH SCHOOLS LIST

Harmony Science Academy Houston and Harmony Science Academy-Austin both received Bronze Medal from US News Best High Schools 2009 search. They were selected from a pool of 21,000 public high schools.
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ACADEMIC CAMP AT FOREST GLEN


We had an intensive SAT, Math League, Mathcounts, and Foreign Language Preparation Camp at Forest Glen in order to get better prepared for the future tests and competitions. Through the camp experience, we aimed to provide a mix of outdoor and educational activities. We expect to have more of such events in the future to support our students socially as well as academically.
Click here to see the pictures from the event.


FUNDRAISING FOR A GUIDED READING PROGRAM AND ISWEEEP 2009

We have our library up and running thanks to our parents and teachers invaluable contributions. We already purchased Accelerated Reader program to monitor the reading pattern and level of our students. Our parents are able to keep track of their kids reading online by means of AR program as well. However, AR itself is not enough for our teachers to incorporate their daily lesson plans with the readings of our students. read more . . .We needed a guided reading program for this purpose. So far, our teachers were using an online guided reading program which was providing limited help in this regard, in addition to a good deal of time that they spent in front of the copier to make multiple copies of different online books. Fortunately, there is a guided reading program (RIGBY) available for our teachers use which will make their life much easier to increase your childs reading level much easier and faster. However, we did not foresee the need for such a program assuming that AR is to suffice and did not allocate the fund, which turned out to be $25,000, in our budget for this school year and we dont want to wait for another year to purchase it. That is why we are going to organize different fundraising activities by the end of January 2009 to purchase a complete set, if we can raise $25,000 or more, otherwise, a customized set. Any amount above $25,000 will be used to support ISWEEEP 2009, which is one of the two top international science fairs, organized by our parent organization, Cosmos Foundation, Inc.
This weeks fundraising activity is Dollars and Penny Drive Contest between homerooms. Any cash or coin amount is acceptable. The homeroom that raises the most money per student by 5:30pm on Friday the 5th will win a free dress day on Monday the 8th. As a part of this fundraising activity, a group of PTO members will be outside to collect your contributions during dismissal on Friday the 5th or you can come in and make your contribution at the front desk at any time at your convenience. We will announce the amount raised weekly on our website. Thank you for your kindly support in this matter. For more information, you can contact Mr. Tekin.


SECOND ANNUAL SCIENCE FAIR AT HSA BCS

We had our second annual Science Fair on November, the 15th. This year we had 136 individual and team projects.
Parent, teacher, student cooperation made this event a huge success. All students deserve a big congratulation! for the amazing job they did prior and during Science Fair. Judges, we had around 40 of them most of which were professors or PhD students at Texas A&M, were very impressed with the talents the students presented to them.
Our PTO diligently worked to decorate the school before the Science Fair, provide the food for the day and our parents were very generous about donating the food to support the school.
Our parents were very responsive about recruiting the judges. Without their help, we would not be able to recruit so many highly qualified judges. All of the students are the winners.
Click here to see the top winners.

For more pictures about the science fair, visit our photo album.


K-3RD GRADE FIELD TRIP TO OIL RANCH

Our kindergarten thru third graders had an amazing field trip to the Oil Ranch.The students saw the petting zoo, participated in grooming, feeding, care, and saddling of horses, learned how to milk a cow, in addition to participating in a hay rides and learning about the history of Texas Oil and Ranching industry. This was one of the best educational elementary field trip we had.

Click here to see the pictures of the field trip.


I-SWEEEP 2008


Cosmos Foundation, the parent company for Harmony School System,organized an International Project Olympiad, I-SWEEEP (International Sustainable World Energy- Engineering- Environment Project Olympiad), between May 1 thru May 5, 2008, in George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston. It has been a huge event with the participation of hundreds of students from 42 states and57 countries all around the world. For more info visit I-SWEEEP's website at www.isweeep.org.


2 of our students represented our school in ISWEEEP 2008 and did a great job.
Connor Hamilton received silver medal and Druck Green received Bronze medal in Junior Engineering category. Congratulations!


UIL WINNERS


GREAT SUCCESS AT THE STATE SCIENCE & ENGINEERING FAIR




Texas State Science and Engineering Fair was held in San Antonio on Aprilthe 10th-12th. One of our 6th graders, Druck Green, received 1st place in the category ofMaterials and Bioengineering. Congratulations for a job well done.
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GOOD JOB AT THE REGIONAL SCIENCE FAIR

Harmony students participated in the Regional Science Fair with 14 distinguished projects in Math, Science, Computer, and Engineering categories. Hundreds of students from the counties of Bastrop, Brazos, Burleson, Fayette, Lee, Travis, Washington, and Williamson; and Prairie Lea School in Caldwell County, St. Stevens School in Hays County, and Dripping Springs ISD in Hays County were in Austin, on February the 21st, for the Regional Science Fair in which Harmony students did a marvelous job.
Here are top Harmony winners:
Amar Gawande, 2nd Place, in Microbiology
Druck Green, .2nd Place, in Engineering
Amber Mahmood, 3rd Place, in Mathematical Sciences
Connor Hamilton, 3rd Place, in Computer Science
Shankar Srinivasan, .5th place, in Environmental Sciences
Amber Mahmood, 1st Place, in American Society of Women Engineers Award
Shankar Srinivasan, .1st Place, in TAWWA/WEAT Excellence in Water Award
Amar Gawande, Druck Green, Amber Mahmood, and Connor Hamilton advanced to the state level Science Fair, which will be held in San Antonio, on April the 10th thru 12th.
Congratulations for a job well done. Good luck in the State Science Fair.


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