The following is a list of questions commonly asked by parents and students about the start of the 2021-22 school year at Harmony Public Schools.

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Harmony Public Schools
Frequently Asked Questions
Q:  Will Harmony Public Schools offer virtual learning this year?

A:  No. Harmony will return to  face to face instruction  at all campuses for the 21-22 school year as mandated by the Texas Education Agency. We are excited to have our students back in the classroom and will continue to support their social, emotional, and academic growth.

Q:  What will on-campus instruction look like for this year?

A:  Just as before the pandemic, students will attend in-person learning  according to the academic calendar. This calendar can be found on your campus website.  Teachers will provide in-person learning, which includes hands-on activities, small group projects and intervention, station rotations, teacher one-on-one support, etc.

Q:  What COVID-19 safety protocols will be in place for students and teachers?

A:  Face masks are optional for both students and Harmony team members, but are strongly recommended.  Physical distancing may be maintained to the extent possible.  Hand sanitizer will be provided, and students will be encouraged to practice frequent hand washing, use of hand sanitizer, and physical distancing.  Teachers will sanitize high-touch areas in the classroom when necessary.  Because the COVID-19 pandemic is evolving, we may update protocols as the situation dictates.

Q:  My child struggled with virtual learning, and I am concerned they are academically behind.  How will Harmony help my child regain academic progress?

A:  We understand that some students struggled last year.  Our educational teams are here to diagnose learning loss and provide an intervention plan to address it.  This will include regular Response to Intervention (RTI) system implementation, after school tutoring, small group instruction, Saturday school, and summer school options.

Q:  My child excelled with virtual learning last year.  Will they be academically challenged this year?

A:  Yes!  We will continue to provide rigorous instruction with differentiated options for students including emphasis on college and career readiness.

Q:  Will extracurricular activities resume this year?

A:  Yes!  We anticipate all extracurricular activities to resume for students, including academic clubs, athletics, fine arts, UIL, competitions, etc. Check the Clubs page of your campus website throughout the year for new clubs and extracurriculars.

Q:  After a year out of the classroom, how will students and staff be supported in transitioning back to a social setting?

A:  Harmony will provide mental health support to our students and staff during and after the back to school transition period.  Each campus will utilize a Behavioral Counselor and implement support systems to ensure all students and staff receive the help they need.

Q:  Where can I apply for free or reduced price meals?

A:  All students eat FREE this year at all schools! Your child will automatically receive their free meal(s) each day in your campus cafeteria. You may, however, still be asked to complete a Free & Reduced Meal eligibility form once the school year starts, as this plays a crucial role in determining the amount of federal and state funding your child’s school may receive.

Q:  What safety protocols will be in place during breakfast and lunch?

A:  Cafeteria teams will continue to clean and sanitize dining areas.  Physical distancing will be maintained to the extent possible.  Students will sanitize their hands before and after eating, and will not be allowed to share food or utensils.  Harmony will maintain adult supervision in the cafeteria to reinforce mealtime safety measures.

Q:  Will water fountains be available for students?

A:  Students will have access to touchless water fountains and are encouraged to bring their own reusable clear water bottles to use throughout the day.  Water bottles should be taken home daily to be cleaned.

Q:  What if my child displays symptoms of COVID-19 while at school?

A:  The teacher will immediately call the Health Aide, who will pick up the student from the classroom and place the student in isolation to minimize interaction.  The school Health Aide will communicate with the parent/guardian, and the student will be sent home.  The student may not return to school until clearance is given by the school Health Aide.  Additional guidance on the criteria that must be met prior to the student’s return to school is located in the Harmony Public Schools Back to School Playbook, 2021-2022.

Q:  Should I notify the school if my child tested positive for COVID-19 or was in close contact with someone who tested positive?

A:  Yes, families will self-report within 48 hours to the Health Aide if their child(ren) tested positive for COVID-19 or if they believe the child(ren) has been in close contact with an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19.

Q:  How will I be notified if my child is exposed to COVID-19 at school?

A:  If classroom exposure occurs, families will be notified via letter home, call, or school messaging services and the classroom will be sanitized.

Q:  May I visit my child’s school?

A:  Harmony always welcomes visitors to campuses and district offices, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic we will implement some limitations to minimize risk.  Visitors will check in through the front office security system, and we will continue utilization of temperature checks.  All visitors should complete a self-check before entering a school building, and visitors with COVID symptoms should NOT enter school buildings or offices.



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Good day, Harmony Family!

You can find the Harmony Back to School Playbook here.  It contains vital information as to how all Harmony Public Schools will operate this year.

Please see the attached student/parent orientation packet with acknowledgement form.  It contains campus specific information for the upcoming school year to include the academic calendar, bell schedule, dress code and pick up and drop off routines.  **Every family must fill out and return the acknowledgement form to the front office.(first page of packet)  You may not need the other three attached forms, please read and use them only if needed.  Copies of this information are available in the lobby.

Orientation packet with acknowlegement form.pdf

PE Uniform order form.pdf

Medication authorization at school.pdf

Media Opt-out form.pdf

Thank you,

¡Buen día, familia Harmony!

Puede encontrar el libro de jugadas de Harmony Back to School aquí . Contiene información vital sobre cómo operarán todas las Escuelas Públicas de Harmony este año.

Por favor vea el paquete de orientación para padres / estudiantes adjunto con el formulario de reconocimiento. Contiene información específica del campus para el próximo año escolar que incluye el calendario académico, horario de timbre, código de vestimenta y rutinas para recoger y dejar. ** Todas las familias deben completar y devolver el formulario de reconocimiento. a la oficina principal (primera página del paquete) Es posible que no necesite los otros tres formularios adjuntos, léalos y utilícelos solo si es necesario. Copias de esta información están disponibles en el vestíbulo.

Paquete de orientación con formulario de reconocimiento.pdf

 Formulario de pedido uniforme de PE.pdf

Autorización de medicamentos en la escuela.pdf

 Formulario de exclusión de medios.pdf


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Back to School Playbook

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Students and Parents,
Come by for Orientation to get the updated information
for the new school year and a school tour! All HSI Parents
are required to complete the Acknowledgements for each
student in the Orientation Packets. Packets are available
online and at the Front Office beginning July 29th. Please
read the packet and sign the Acknowledgements and
return the signature pages to the front office by the

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5:00 P.M.- 6:00 P.M.
Please complete our Sign-up Form to receive theZoom Link
for HSI’s Virtual Community Meeting!
Sign-up Form:

HSI Community Meeting Flyer.pdf

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Sign-up Form


Harmony Public Schools West Texas district announced its policy today that this school year, healthy meals will be offered every school day to all students at no cost.  Typically, a student’s household must meet income eligibility requirements to qualify for free or reduced-price meals. However, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) issued guidance that allows schools to offer meals to all students at no cost for the 2021-2022 school year.

While no application or eligibility determination process is required for your student to receive free meals this school year, the income eligibility requirement will likely resume in the 2022-2023 school year.


Harmony Public Schools West Texas District anunció hoy su política de que, en este año escolar, se ofrecerán comidas saludables a todos los estudiantes sin costo alguno en todos los días escolares. Por lo general, el hogar de un estudiante debe cumplir con los requisitos de elegibilidad de ingresos para calificar para recibir comidas gratuitas o a precio reducido. Sin embargo, el Departamento de Agricultura de los Estados Unidos (USDA, por sus siglas en inglés), emitió una guía que permite a las escuelas ofrecer comidas a todos los estudiantes sin costo alguno para el año escolar 2021-2022. Cada escuela/centro u oficina central tiene una copia de la política, que puede ser revisada bajo petición.

Si bien no se requiere ninguna solicitud o proceso de determinación de elegibilidad para que su estudiante reciba comidas gratuitas este año escolar, el requisito de elegibilidad de ingresos probablemente se reanudarán en el año escolar 2022-2023.

Attention all NEW Middle/High School students and parents. Please complete the LOTE(Language Other Than English) survey.