The yearbooks have arrived!  Please stop by the front office and pick yours up.  If you would still like to order, we do have a few extras.  Please order through RevTrack on the website.

Families have enough to concentrate on these days without having to worry if their child has the tools they need to complete their schoolwork.

If your child doesn’t have consistent access to a computer device or the internet to complete schoolwork during virtual learning, Harmony Public Schools is here to help.

Beginning the first week of August, Harmony campuses across the state will be offering drive-by technology pickup days where families can pick up free computer devices and internet access solutions (ex. WiFi hot spot) for students to use to complete virtual learning during the 2020-2021 school year.

Last spring, about 4,000 Harmony students took advantage of our device-lending program, or about 1-in-every-8 students.

Through these devices, students and families will be able to access Harmony’s new learning management program Schoology. Through Schoology, students will be able to interact with both teachers and peers in a more in-depth, interactive learning experience that includes both live and on-demand classes, academic tutoring, interventions services, parent-teacher conferencing, and even extracurricular activities.

Families will also have full access to grading, assignments, schedules, progress reports, and messaging with Schoology, placing all a family’s educational tools in one easy-to-use program.

Best of all, when the time to return to campus comes, the student’s Schoology account will follow them back to campus, easing the transition for students, families, and teachers.

To find out when your campus will host its technology pickup day, follow them on Facebook.

To learn more about Harmony’s 2020-2021 reopening plan, visit

At Harmony Public Schools, our top priorities are the health and safety of our students and staff, as well as the academic and developmental growth of our scholars.

In response to the continued spread of COVID-19 in the communities which we proudly serve, Harmony Public Schools is announcing the following revised plan for the start of the 2020-21 school year.



Students at all HPS campuses statewide will start the academic year on Monday, August 17 in an online-only setting. Classes will continue online-only until at least Tuesday, September 8. During these three weeks, you will receive a survey asking your family to choose the option of either continuing classes online only, or returning to campus for in-person learning after Labor Day, if possible. Harmony will announce no later than the first week of September whether there is a need to extend online-only learning further, or if families who have opted for on-campus learning may return for in-person instruction. Students who opted for at-home learning will continue to learn remotely throughout the remainder of the school year, unless they notify their campus of a change request through Skyward.

All HPS staff will continue to work remotely while campuses are closed, unless a specific and essential job function requires their presence on campus or at an administrative office.



The primary purpose of these changes is to provide a safe educational environment for both our students and staff members, as well as to comply with local ordinances in many of our Harmony communities which specifically prohibit in-person schooling until after Labor Day.


Accelerating your child’s education – even when learning from home – is one of our core missions. That’s why we’ve spent the summer completely revamping our online learning system to create a more interactive learning environment that’s easier to use for families, better connects students to their teachers and classmates, and – most importantly – promotes academic growth even while our campuses are closed.


With our new Schoology learning management system, students attending classes online will experience a robust academic experience with more one-to-one engagement with teachers through live classroom sessions, regular online office hours, as well as academic tutorial sessions, and intervention services for students who need them.


Students also will enjoy options for at-home, online extracurricular activities — including club activities, and both e-sports and academic competitions — that will allow them to stay connected with their classmates online, even if they can’t be together in person.


Parents will have full access to instructional materials, assignments, grading, calendars, student progress updates, and parent messaging in one simple platform.


Best of all, when it’s time for your student to return to campus, the Schoology system will follow them seamlessly back to campus, making the transition easier for both your student and your family.


Harmony teachers have spent their summers learning the intricacies of Schoology and will be prepared to incorporate it into their learning beginning on the first day of class.






For the purpose of completing schoolwork, Harmony Public Schools will provide computer devices and/or internet access by request to those students without access at home. Each campus will have a drive-by pickup option for computer and WiFi access in early August. For more information, please contact your Harmony campus.


Free meal services will continue to be provided beginning the first day of school. Please contact your campus or follow them on Facebook to learn more about meal pickup dates, times, and locations.




A daily digital attendance record will be taken for all students learning from home, according to Texas Education Agency guidelines and requirements. Those at-home learners not in attendance will be marked “Absent,” as they would if learning on campus.



To make sure our on-campus learning experience is as safe as possible for HPS students and staff members, Harmony will institute a broad spectrum of campus safety protocols once on-campus instruction resumes.  Some of the new safety protocols include:

  • Temperature screenings for students and staff.
  • Requiring all students and employees to wear a mask when on campus or in other group settings. (Students may bring their own mask, or the school will provide them.)
  • Limiting average class sizes to allow for social distancing. (Exact class size will be dependent on number of students attending in-person versus online-only.)
  • Spacing desks at least six feet apart to maintain proper social distancing and/or installing partitions where students cannot be kept six feet apart.
  • Severely limiting classroom rotations/switches to prevent the spread of germs across campus and to limit person-to-person exchanges.
  • Staggered drop off and pickup times to limit person-to-person exchanges.
  • Modified drop off and pickup procedures (ex. Students going directly to class after drop off and/or waiting in classroom at the end of the day until parent arrives for pickup).
  • Requesting all students wash hands frequently.
  • Detailed nightly cleaning by contracted company.
  • Required Coronavirus Awareness & Prevention trainings for all employees.
  • Remaining flexible regarding student and team member absences due to COVID-19, as allowed by TEA guidelines and applicable employment laws.




Whether screened at school or self-screened at home, the following conditions are considered symptomatic of COVID-19 by the Centers for Disease Control and could lead to a required leave from campus:

  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  • Chills
  • Repeated shaking with chills
  • Muscle pain
  • Headache
  • Sore throat
  • Loss of taste or smell
  • Diarrhea
  • Feeling feverish or a measured temperature greater than or equal to 100.0 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Known close contact with a person who is lab confirmed to have COVID-19



Anyone displaying the signs or symptoms of COVID-19 should follow below self-quarantine policy:

Exposure (confirmed or unconfirmed) or Illness with Positive Testing

The following criteria must be met in FULL:

  • at least three days (72 hours) have passed since recovery (resolution of fever without the use of fever-reducing medications);

  • the individual has improvement in symptoms (e.g., cough, shortness of breath); and

  • at least 14 days have passed since symptoms first appeared.

  1. Exposure (confirmed or unconfirmed) or Illness with Negative Testing or MD Note

If an individual has symptoms of COVID-19 and wants to return to campus before completing the above stay at home period, the following criteria must be met in FULL:

  • Either obtain a medical professional’s note clearing the individual for return based on an alternative diagnosis OR obtain a negative COVID-19 test AND

  • at least three days (72 hours) have passed since recovery (resolution of fever without the use of fever-reducing medications).

Exposure (confirmed or unconfirmed) or Illness with No Testing and No U.S. Based Medical Provider’s Note

The following criteria must be met in FULL:

  • at least three days (72 hours) have passed since recovery (resolution of fever without the use of fever-reducing medications);

  • the individual has improvement in symptoms (e.g., cough, shortness of breath); and

  • at least 14 days have passed since symptoms first appeared.

Readmittance will be granted when the following has been completed:
  1. Proof of negative COVID tests or U.S. based medical provider’s alternative diagnosis delivered to campus health staff or registrar if no health staff is available OR

  2. when all three of the following criteria are met:

  • At least three days (72 hours) have passed since recovery (resolution of fever without the use of fever-reducing medications);

  • The individual has improvement in symptoms (e.g., cough, shortness of breath); and

  • At least 14 days have passed since symptoms first appeared.


We look forward to partnering with your family this school year to help your child continue to grow academically. We understand that any adjustments to the normal school environment or calendar may create unexpected challenges for some families. If you would like to discuss specific needs for your student or family that are not addressed above, please contact your local Harmony campus or contact us via our Let’s Talk online platform.






En las Escuelas Públicas de Harmony, nuestras prioridades son la salud y la seguridad de nuestros estudiantes y nuestro personal, así como el crecimiento académico y de desarrollo de nuestros estudiantes.

En respuesta a la continua propagación del COVID-19 en las comunidades a las que orgullosamente servimos, las Escuelas Públicas de Harmony anuncian el siguiente plan revisado para el inicio del año escolar 2020-21.



Los estudiantes de todos los campus de HPS en todo el estado comenzarán el año académico el lunes 17 de agosto en un entorno solo en línea. Las clases continuarán solo en línea hasta al menos el martes, 8 de septiembre. Durante estas tres semanas, usted recibirá una encuesta en la que se le pedirá a su familia que elija la opción de continuar las clases solo en línea o regresar al campus para el aprendizaje presencial después del Día del Trabajo, si fuese posible. Harmony anunciará, a más tardar en la primera semana de septiembre, si es necesario extender más el aprendizaje solo en línea, o si las familias que han optado por el aprendizaje en el campus pueden regresar para la instrucción presencial. Los estudiantes que optaron por el aprendizaje en casa continuarán aprendiendo a distancia durante el resto del año escolar, a menos que notifiquen a su campus una solicitud de cambio a través de Skyward.

Todo el personal de HPS continuará trabajando a distancia mientras los campus estén cerrados, a menos que una función de trabajo específica y esencial requiera su presencia en el campus o en una oficina administrativa.


El propósito principal de estos cambios es proporcionar un entorno educativo seguro tanto para nuestros estudiantes como para los miembros del personal, así como para cumplir con las ordenanzas locales en muchas de nuestras comunidades de Harmony que prohíben específicamente la escolarización presencial hasta después del Día del Trabajo.


Acelerar la educación de su hijo, incluso cuando aprende en casa, es una de nuestras misiones principales. Por eso hemos pasado el verano renovando completamente nuestro sistema de aprendizaje en línea para crear un entorno de aprendizaje más interactivo que sea más fácil de usar para las familias, que conecte mejor a los estudiantes con sus maestros y compañeros de clase y, lo que es más importante, que promueva el crecimiento académico incluso cuando nuestros campus estén cerrados.


Con nuestro nuevo sistema de gestión del aprendizaje Schoology, los estudiantes que asistan a clases en línea experimentarán una sólida experiencia académica con un mayor compromiso individual con los maestros a través de sesiones de clase en vivo, horarios de oficina regulares en línea, así como sesiones de tutoría académica y servicios de intervención para los estudiantes que los necesiten.


Los estudiantes también disfrutarán de opciones de actividades extracurriculares en línea en casa -incluyendo actividades de club y competiciones académicas y de deportes electrónicos- que les permitirán estar conectados con sus compañeros de clase en línea, incluso si no pueden estar juntos en persona.


Los padres tendrán acceso completo a los materiales de instrucción, tareas, calificaciones, calendarios, actualizaciones del progreso de los estudiantes y mensajes para los padres en una plataforma sencilla.


Lo mejor de todo es que cuando sea el momento de que su estudiante regrese al campus, el sistema Schoology lo seguirá de forma constante de regreso al campus, haciendo la transición más fácil tanto para su estudiante como para su familia.


Los maestros de Harmony han pasado sus veranos aprendiendo las complejidades de Schoology y estarán preparados para incorporarlo a su aprendizaje a partir del primer día de clase.




Con el fin de completar las tareas escolares, las Escuelas Públicas de Harmony proporcionarán computadoras y/o acceso a Internet, previa solicitud, a aquellos estudiantes que no tengan acceso en su casa. Para solicitar un dispositivo o acceso a Internet, comuníquese con su campus de Harmony.


Se seguirán ofreciendo servicios de comida gratuitos desde el primer día de clases. Comuníquese con su campus o sígalos en Facebook para obtener más información sobre las fechas, horarios y lugares de retiro de las comidas.



Se llevará un registro digital de asistencia diaria para todos los estudiantes que aprendan desde casa, de acuerdo con las directrices y los requisitos de la Agencia de Educación de Texas. Aquellos estudiantes en casa que no asistan serán marcados como “Ausentes”, como si estuvieran aprendiendo en el campus.



Para asegurarnos de que nuestra experiencia de aprendizaje en el campus sea lo más segura posible para los estudiantes y miembros del personal de HPS, Harmony instituirá un amplio espectro de protocolos de seguridad en el campus una vez que se retome la instrucción en el campus. Algunos de los nuevos protocolos de seguridad incluyen:

  • Controles de temperatura para los estudiantes y el personal.
  • Exigir que todos los estudiantes y empleados usen mascarilla cuando estén en el campus o en otros ambientes de grupo. (Los estudiantes pueden traer su propia mascarilla, o la escuela se la proporcionará).
  • Limitar el tamaño promedio de las clases para permitir el distanciamiento social. (El tamaño exacto de la clase dependerá del número de estudiantes que asistan de forma presencial o solo en línea).
  • Espaciar los pupitres al menos seis pies de distancia para mantener un distanciamiento social adecuado y/o instalar separaciones donde los estudiantes no puedan mantenerse a seis pies de distancia.
  • Limitar severamente las rotaciones/los intercambios de clase para prevenir la propagación de gérmenes en el campus y limitar los intercambios de persona a persona.
  • Escalonar los horarios de entrada y salida para limitar los intercambios de persona a persona.
  • Modificar los procedimientos de entrada y salida (por ej., los estudiantes van directamente a clase después de la entrada y/o esperan en el aula al final del día hasta que los padres llegan a buscarlos).
  • Pedir a todos los estudiantes que se laven las manos con frecuencia.
  • Limpieza nocturna minuciosa por la empresa contratada.
  • Requerir capacitaciones de Concientización y Prevención del Coronavirus para todos los empleados.
  • Permanecer flexible en cuanto a las ausencias de los estudiantes y miembros del equipo debido a COVID-19, como lo permiten las directrices de TEA y las leyes laborales correspondientes.




Ya sea que se examinen en la escuela o que se autoexaminen en casa, los Centros para el Control de Enfermedades consideran que las siguientes condiciones son sintomáticas de COVID-19 y podrían implicar un abandono obligatorio del campus:

  • Tos
  • Falta de aire o dificultad para respirar
  • Escalofríos
  • Temblores repetidos con escalofríos
  • Dolor muscular
  • Dolor de cabeza
  • Dolor de garganta
  • Pérdida del gusto u olfato
  • Diarrea
  • Sentirse afiebrado o una temperatura medida mayor o igual a 100 grados Fahrenheit
  • Contacto cercano conocido con una persona con COVID-19 confirmado por un laboratorio



Después de un diagnóstico de COVID-19 o de la aparición de síntomas, los estudiantes y el personal deben estar sin síntomas durante al menos 72 horas antes de regresar al campus, incluyendo una temperatura de menos de 100 grados sin el uso de medicamentos antifebriles. Aquellos diagnosticados con COVID-19 también deben tener una nota del médico que permita el regreso.




Esperamos asociarnos con su familia este año escolar para ayudar a su hijo a seguir creciendo académicamente. Entendemos que cualquier ajuste en el entorno o calendario escolar normal puede crear desafíos inesperados para algunas familias. Si desea hablar sobre las necesidades específicas de su estudiante o familia que no se han tratado anteriormente, comuníquese con su campus local de Harmony o comuníquese con nosotros a través de nuestra plataforma en línea Let’s Talk.


We hope that everyone is having a great summer! Please note that the front office will be closed July 3-July 12. We will reopen on July 13th.

 Harmony Public Schools will allow each family to choose whether to continue learning from home or return to campus for in-person learning for the 2020-2021 school year, based on each family’s unique needs. Families can also switch between the two as local COVID-19 conditions or family situation changes.

The flexible learning plan was announced by Harmony CEO Fatih Ay in a letter to families.

“The best choice for Harmony in 2020-2021 is the choice that’s best for your family,” Fatih said. “While this flexible plan may be an uncommon approach, we firmly believe it is the right approach for families during these uncommon times.”

Families that choose at-home learning will have access to the same rigorous, academic environment that they have come to expect from their neighborhood Harmony campus, taught by teachers trained for educating and engaging students in a virtual environment.

Families who choose to send their students for in-person learning will find a safe and organized learning environment that they can feel comfortable sending their child to each day. This includes enhanced health  and sanitary protocols, as well as possible adjustments to daily routines to help keep all of our students and team members as safe as possible.

All students will continue to receive the same full academic and support services from their teachers, counselors, and school leaders that they would receive on-campus, including our English-language learners and students receiving Special Education services.

Helping to keep families connected regardless of their learning location is Harmony’s new, all-in-one learning management system Schoology. Through Schoology, students and families will have full access to instructional materials, assignments, grading, calendars, and parent messaging in one platform that follows them seamlessly from at-home to in-person learning and back, if needed.

Harmony Public Schools is a Texas-born, Texas-wide public charter school system with campuses serving PreK-Grade 12 students in 23 cities across the state, including Greater Houston, DFW, San Antonio, Austin, El Paso, Waco, Lubbock, Odessa, Bryan, Beaumont, and the Rio Grande Valley. Harmony’s curriculum places a heavy focus on STEM skills, Character Education, project-based learning, and college readiness. 

Harmony Public Schools is currently accepting applications for the 2020-2021 school year for both students and team members.

About Harmony Public Schools

Harmony Public Schools are 58 high performing PreK-12 college preparatory charter schools throughout Texas. Harmony blends the highest standards and expectations, with a rigorous math- and science-centered curriculum and dedicated and engaged teachers and families to cultivate excellence and prepare students to succeed in college, careers and life. At Harmony Public Schools, we believe every child can succeed, and we are committed to helping them realize their full potential. To learn more about Harmony Public Schools and our 58 campuses across Texas, please visit:, and follow us on Twitter at @HarmonyEdu and ‘Like’ us on Facebook:

Please see this newsletter for information on the event.

HSAPf Class of 2020 Commencement Walk – June 27th, 8 am

Harmony Science Academy – Pflugerville Class of 2020 Commencement Walk

Saturday, June 27th, begins at 8 am
HSAPf Parking lot

  • For immediate family only, a maximum of 4 guests per graduate
  • Facial masks required to attend

More details to be emailed and posted on our website and Facebook event page. This is a drive-through event and a schedule will be sent soon. Please RSVP on the FB event page to let us know your graduate will attend!

Virtual Graduation – June 20th, 1 pm

Please share the link for Harmony Science Academy Pflugerville’s Virtual Graduation Ceremony with your family and friends.

At the moment when you visit the link, it is empty but the ceremony will live premiere on June 20th at 1 pm. It will remain empty until then. I will be sending out reminders every day starting on Wednesday. Please email me if you have any questions.

Hola estudiantes y padres, aquí está el enlace para la ceremonia virtual para la escuela de Harmony Pflugerville. En este momento, el enlace está vacío, pero el 20 de junio a la una de la tarde vas a podrás ver la ceremonia con este enlace. Por favor comparte este enlace con tu familia y amigos que quieren ver la ceremonia de tu estudiante. Si tienen preguntas por favor mándame un correo.

Thank you, gracias,
Ofelia Arroyo

Senior Fee Reimbursement

To request reimbursement for Graduation and Prom, please send a request to Mr. Okur at

Include the following information:

  • Student’s name and student ID number
  • Fee that you are requesting reimbursement (Graduation, Prom)

Cap and Gown Pick-Up

Cap and Gown pick-up will be available from Monday, June 8th until Monday, June 16th, from 9 am – 1 pm, 2 pm – 4 pm (closed 1-2 pm).

We will have a staff member, Ms. Ramirez, at the front office and will be available. Please ring the doorbell to be let in, and please follow all CDC guidelines; 6-feet social distancing, if possible, and facial coverings should be worn to enter the building. 

Virtual Graduation Ceremony Submission Deadline – June 8th

Due to the website complications that we have been experiencing through MarchingOrder we now have until June 8th at 11:59 pm to submit graduation ceremony slide information. Senior emails were deactivated which caused much confusion on when and how to complete the slide but we now have an extension. 

Please submit an appropriate photo and selfie video for all to view; your submissions will be reviewed. Cap and gowns for the selfie video is not required; you may dress in a nice outfit. If a slide is not submitted, a photo and full name will be submitted on your behalf. Upload NOW or 

Please have your child check their school email daily, encourage them to get online, and complete their virtual graduation slide. If you have any questions after reading through the previously sent emails, please do not hesitate to email Ms. Arroyo at




Summer School Session II starts Monday, June 15th.

To register please fill out this form:

After registering please follow the steps:

Summer School Site:


Step 1: Students will go to use the Summer School Google Classrooms page below to locate the course they are taking.

Step 2: Use the link to join the google Classroom.

Step 3: Students will check each Classroom for invitations to daily zoom meeting, assignments and instructions.

Step 4: Students will complete the assignment for each course.

Step 5: Students will attend daily zoom meeting using the link on the Google Classroom.

Step 6: Students can attend the tutoring time for each class if they need assistance. A zoom link will be in the Google Classroom for the meeting. This is where you get your questions answered and show your progress for the week. Your instructor may ask you to attend if he/she feels you need the extra coaching.

Step 7: Students will follow instructions via Google Classroom for each class and turn in work virtually. All work will be turned in electronically via the Google Classroom.

Good afternoon to all Parents, Guardians, Students, and Staff, 

For the safety and well-being of Harmony’s graduating seniors, it was decided not to hold traditional, in-person graduation ceremonies throughout Harmony’s statewide system of schools. The 2020 Graduation Ceremony will virtually take place for the protection and safety of everyone in the school district. Many have sent emails about their frustrations and uncertainties. The decision for a virtual graduation ceremony was not an easy one to make but was decided due to COVID-19 restrictions and keeping every person safe and healthy. This decision in no way diminishes the accomplishments that each student has made. We want our seniors to know that we appreciate them and want to celebrate with them. Please read about the virtual graduation below for more information.


The HSAPf Virtual Graduation is June 20th at 1 pm; the website link will be available soon. Once you receive the ceremony website link, you may share it with your family and friends to see your student graduate. Although it is not a live ceremony, the video will premiere as if it were live at 1 pm on June 20th; everyone tuning in will be watching the same thing at the same time. Each slide to run smoothly and in a timely fashion. See how it works:

Due to the website complications that we have been experiencing through MarchingOrder we now have until June 7th at 11:59 pm to submit graduation ceremony slide information. Senior emails were deactivated which caused much confusion on when and how to complete the slide but we now have an extension. 

Please submit an appropriate photo and selfie video for all to view; your submissions will be reviewed. Cap and gowns for the selfie video is not required; you may dress in a nice outfit. If a slide is not submitted, a photo and full name will be submitted on your behalf. Upload NOW or 

Please have your child check their school email daily, encourage them to get online, and complete their virtual graduation slide. If you have any questions after reading through the previously sent emails, please do not hesitate to email Ms. Arroyo at

We thank you for your understanding and wish your graduate a healthy start on their future endeavors. Congratulations to all Seniors and their Families.

Ofelia Arroyo

High School Counselor 

May 6, 2020

Re: AP Exams

Attention AP Students and Parents:

Advanced Placement (AP) exams start next week.  Please make sure that you are prepared by logging on to the College Board testing site.  Log in to the site this week to ensure that everything is working correctly.  If you have any issue logging in, please contact Mr. Yildirim at or call College Board at 866-315-6068.

On the day of the test, remember to have everything you need ready before the exam begins and make sure to have a quiet, comfortable place to test without interruptions.  Be sure to let your families know that this is a timed test and you need to be able to focus to complete it.

Parents, there are several things you can do to help ensure a successful testing experience for your student.  Make sure that your student is fully rested and prepared to test. It is also important to make sure your student eats a good dinner the night before, if not a good breakfast the morning of testing. If you have other children in the house, help keep them quiet and away from where your AP student is testing.

Similarly, encouraging your student to do his or her personal best can greatly improve self-confidence levels leading to better performance. 

A schedule of AP tests is attached for your reference. 

Thank you for all you do to help your student be as successful as possible, and for all of your contributions to Harmony Science Academy Pflugerville.

I will be more than happy to assist if you have any questions.

Agil Sharifov



Exam Start Times:  Central Time: 11:00 a.m. Central Time: 1:00 p.m. Central Time: 3:00 p.m.
Mon, May 11 Physics C: Mechanics Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism United States Government and Politics
Tues, May 12 Latin Calculus AB

Calculus BC

Human Geography
Wed, May 13 Physics 2: Algebra-Based English Literature and Composition European History
Thurs, May 14 Spanish Literature and Culture Chemistry Physics 1: Algebra-Based
Fri, May 15 Art History United States History Computer Science A
Mon, May 18 Chinese Language and Culture Biology Environmental Science
Tues, May 19 Music Theory Psychology Japanese Language and Culture

Italian Language and Culture

Wed, May 20 German Language and Culture English Language and Composition Microeconomics
Thurs, May 21 French Language and Culture World History: Modern Macroeconomics
Fri, May 22 Comparative Government and Politics Statistics Spanish Language and Culture


Dear Parent/Guardian,

Harmony Public Schools will provide breakfast and lunch for pick up by parents/guardians at designated locations throughout the district. 

Meal distribution locations are:

  • Harmony Science Academy-Austin: 930 E Rundberg Ln. Austin, TX 78753
  • Harmony Science Academy-Pf: 1421 Wells Branch Pkwy STE 200, Pf, TX, 78660
  • Harmony School of Innovation-Austin: 2124 E St Elmo Rd STE A, Austin, TX 78744

The meal distribution will be three times a week, on Mondays (for Monday and Tuesday), Wednesdays (for Wednesday, Thursday) and Fridays (for Friday, Saturday, Sunday) from 11AM to 1 PM.

Parents now have the option of picking up meals for their children without them being present in the vehicle.  One meal bag will be issued for each child 18 and under. However, eligibility must still be verified. There are three options when picking up meals:

  1. If children are present in the vehicle, no additional documentation is required.  
  2. If a parent/guardian requests meals for children enrolled in Harmony Public Schools (not present in the vehicle), no additional documentation is needed since we already have record of eligibility by enrollment. 
  3. If a parent/guardian requests meals for children not enrolled in Harmony Public Schools, they must present one of the following documents at the time of pick up.  
    • Official letter/email/electronic school application from school listing children enrolled.
    • Individual student report cards
    • Attendance record from parent portal of the school website, printed or electronic, that includes the children names
    • Birth certificate for children not in school
    • Student ID cards

If you have any questions, please contact your child’s school.


HPS Austin



Estimados padres,

Harmony Public Schools continuarán proporcionando desayuno y almuerzo para que los padres los recojan en lugares designados en el distrito. Las comidas pueden recogerse en lugares designados en los días siguientes.

Los lugares de distribución de comidas son:

  • Harmony Science Academy-Austin: 930 E Rundberg Ln. Austin, TX 78753
  • Harmony Science Academy-Pf: 1421 Wells Branch Pkwy STE 200, Pf, TX, 78660
  • Harmony School of Innovation-Austin: 2124 E St Elmo Rd STE A, Austin, TX 78744

La distribución de comidas será dos veces por semana, os lunes (para lunes y martes), los miércoles (para el miércoles, jueves) y los viernes (para el viernes, sábado, domingo) de 11AM a 1 PM.

Los padres ahora tienen la opción de recoger las comidas para sus hijos sin que ellos estén presentes en el vehículo. Se le dará una bolsa de comida por cada niño menor de 18 años. Sin embargo, la elegibilidad todavía debe ser verificada. Hay tres opciones al recoger comidas:

  • Carta oficial/correo electrónico/solicitud de escuela electrónica de la escuela que enumera a los niños inscritos.
  • Reporte de grados de cada estudiante 
  • Registro de asistencia del portal de los padres del sitio web de la escuela, impreso o electrónico, que incluye los nombres de los niños
  • Certificado de nacimiento para niños que no están en la escuela
  • Tarjetas de identificación de estudiante

Si tiene alguna pregunta, comuníquese con la escuela de su estudiante.


HPS Austin


Dear Harmony Families & Team Members,

On Friday, April 17th, 2020, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott announced that all Texas school campuses will remain closed through the remainder of the current school year.

Accordingly, our school buildings will remain closed but learning will continue online. During this time, we will continue to provide free meal services, as well as Chromebook access to those students who need them.

Information about ongoing coursework, grading procedures, end-of-year advancement, student counseling services, and documentation and resources for families with special education needs can continue to be found at We will share more information about graduation for seniors as more information becomes available, and as the Texas Education Agency continues to offer its guidance.

Thank you.

Harmony Public Schools



Familias de Harmony

El viernes 17 de abril de 2020, el gobernador de Texas, Greg Abbott, anunció que todos los campus escolares de Texas permanecerán cerrados durante el resto del año escolar.

Por consiguiente, nuestros edificios escolares permanecerán cerrados pero el aprendizaje continuará en línea. Durante este tiempo, continuaremos proporcionando servicios de comidas gratuitas y proporcionando acceso a Chromebook a aquellos estudiantes que los necesiten.

La información sobre el trabajo de los cursos, los procedimientos de calificación, el avance de fin de año, los servicios de asesoramiento estudiantil y la documentación y los recursos para las familias con necesidades de educación especial se puede seguir encontrando en Compartiremos más información sobre la graduación para los estudiantes a medida que esté disponible más información, y a medida que la Agencia de Educación de Texas continúe ofreciendo su guía.

Harmony Public Schools


You are Cordially Invited to Attend

Austin District’s

2020-21 District Comprehensive Needs Assessment (D-CNA) /District Improvement Plan (DIP)  Virtual Meeting

 Thursday 4/16/2020



Goal/Purpose:  Review 2019-2020 D- CNA/DIP and develop 2020-21 D-CNA/DIP


  • Purpose of D-CNA/DIP
  • Review last years D-CNA/DIP
  • Review of Data
  • Areas for Improvement and Priority of Needs
  • Revise and Develop Goals, Objectives and Strategies for the new D-CNA/DIP
  • Comments, Q&A
  • If you are interested in attending. Please email Erika Chody at for more information




Están cordialmente invitado a asistir la

reunión virtual de evaluación integral de necesidades del distrito (D-CNA) / Plan de mejora del distrito (DIP) de Distrito de Austin 2020-2021


Jueves 16/04/2020

10:00 a.m

Zoom – Virtual

Meta / Propósito: Revisar 2019-2020 D-CNA / DIP y desarrollar 2020-21 D-CNA / DIP


  • Propósito de D-CNA / DIP
  • Revisión de los últimos años D-CNA / DIP
  • Revisión de datos
  • Áreas de mejora y prioridad de necesidades
  • Revisar y desarrollar metas, objetivos y estrategias para el nuevo D-CNA / DIP
  • Comentarios, preguntas y respuestas
  • Si estás interesado en asistir. Envíe un correo electrónico a Erika Chody a para obtener más información.




Parent Invitation for D-CNA_DIP Austin 20-21