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June 7

  • Enjoy Summer!

June 6

  • 6th and 7th grade! Take the train to River City ---- yes we're having one on stage for THE MUSIC MAN! More information coming soon on the Drama Webpage. There are parts for little folk and tall folk and high voices and low voices--- Don't miss out on this extraordinary experience! Auditions will be in October of next year but you can start getting familiar with the play now. Look up "The Music Man" on utube or rent the musical movie! See you next year at auditions!

June 5

  • Today is the 4th Quarter Reading Challenge Celebration. If you received an invitation, please come to the courtyard with your lunch for ice cream treats and games!

June 4

  • Congratulations to all the students who completed the 4th Quarter Reading Challenge. The Celebration will be held this Wednesday in the Courtyard. See your English teacher for your invitation.

June 3

  • Congratulations to all the students who completed the 4th Quarter Reading Challenge. The Celebration will be held this Wednesday in the Courtyard. See your English teacher for your invitation.
  • The Woodgrove debate team hopes to recruit new debaters! The debate team community offers the opportunity for debaters to make friends while learning how to research and argue effectively! Com join us, Tuesday, June 4th at 8:00 am in room B-1 and get all the information. You will also be able to meet and greet with this year's Woodgrove debate team members! See you there!!

May 31

  • Today will be the final LIAM meeting of the year. Come during lunch to the library.
  • The Woodgrove debate team hopes to recruit new debaters! The debate team community offers the opportunity for debaters to make friends while learning how to research and argue effectively! Com join us, Tuesday, June 4th at 8:00 am in room B-1 and get all the information. You will also be able to meet and greet with this year's Woodgrove debate team members! See you there!!

May 30

  • Attention students: Reminder that all Chromebooks, Chromebook chargers and student loaner laptops will be collected today for summer storage. We will have a special homeroom today at 3pm.
  • 8th graders, Remember to turn in your carnival permission forms and $5 as soon as possible. You will not be able to participate without these! It should be a great time, so get those turned in this week.
  • The Kagan Club will meet today in the library for all teachers who signed up. We will begin promptly at 3:45.
  • Next week is a busy week in the library. Monday is the last Harry Potter event of the year during lunch, Tuesday is a gathering for 2nd semester library workers by invitation, and Wednesday is the 4th quarter challenge celebration.
  • The Woodgrove debate team hopes to recruit new debaters! The debate team community offers the opportunity for debaters to make friends while learning how to research and argue effectively! Com join us, Tuesday, June 4th at 8:00 am in room B-1 and get all the information. You will also be able to meet and greet with this year's Woodgrove debate team members! See you there!!

May 29

  • Attention students: Reminder that all Chromebooks, Chromebook chargers and student loaner laptops will be collected tomorrow for summer storage. You must bring your Chromebook and your Chromebook charger to school tomorrow. Everything will be collected at the end of the day.
  • 8th graders, Remember to turn in your carnival permission forms and $5 as soon as possible. You will not be able to participate without these! It should be a great time, so get those turned in this week.
  • Last week Harmony Odyssey members competed at Michigan State University, where 892 teams from 16 countries around the world came together for the 40th anniversary of World Finals. Harmony Odyssey of the Mind Team members placed 5th in their division competing against 65 teams. Congratulations to: Lizzy Brubaker, Isabella DeMark, Lily Eddy, Ashley Gingerich, Sarah Gingerich, Margaret Rouse, and Liam Warner.

May 28

  • If you placed your name on the Harmony Student Council awards roster, please be sure to attend out final meeting of the year, tomorrow, May 29, Wednesday, at 8 AM in B-17. Tomorrow will be our awards ceremony and SCA retreat. Please let Mr. Cassutto know if you cannot attend. Thanks.
  • Some reminders from the library- all books are due today, kindly return any you have checked out. Fourth quarter reading challenges are due tomorrow (Wednesday), and LIAM meets this Friday during lunch.
  • Attention students: Reminder that all Chromebooks, Chromebook chargers and student loaner laptops will be collected this Thursday for summer storage. You must bring your Chromebook and your Chromebook charger to school this Thursday. Everything will be collected at the end of the day on Thursday.
  • 8th graders, Remember to turn in your carnival permission forms and $5 as soon as possible. You will not be able to participate without these! It should be a great time, so get those turned in this week.
  • Last week Harmony Odyssey members competed at Michigan State University, where 892 teams from 16 countries around the world came together for the 40th anniversary of World Finals. Harmony Odyssey of the Mind Team members placed 5th in their division competing against 65 teams. Congratulations to: Lizzy Brubaker, Isabella DeMark, Lily Eddy, Ashley Gingerich, Sarah Gingerich, Margaret Rouse, and Liam Warner.
  • Buddy Club - please see google classroom to sign up for Buddy Club End of the Year Lunch by Tuesday, May 28. The lunch will be on Thursday, May 30.

May 24

  • If you placed your name on the Harmony Student Council awards roster, please be sure to attend out final meeting of the year, tomorrow, May 29, Wednesday, at 8 AM in B-17. Tomorrow will be our awards ceremony and SCA retreat. Please let Mr. Cassutto know if you cannot attend. Thanks.
  • There will be a full day leadership training day on Tuesday May 28 for 2019-2020 class officers at Woodgrove High School. All incoming SCA officers are expected to attend. Please see Mr. Cassutto for info and permission slip.
  • Buddy Club - please see google classroom to sign up for Buddy Club End of the Year Lunch by Tuesday, May 28. The lunch will be on Thursday, May 30.
  • All class officers for next year should attend a full day leadership training to be held at Woodgrove on Tuesday, May 28. You will need to inform teachers of your absence and get a permission form from Mr. Cassutto in B-17 today. The form is due to Woodgrove tomorrow, Thursday, May 23. Please see Mr. Cassutto today to let him know you are going and to get all the information.

May 23

  • Join us in the library during lunch tomorrow and hear the public librarians talk about volunteer opportunities and summer programs. Prizes and surprises are in store.
  • The Creative Writing Club will NOT meet today after school. Please go to your bus or ride at the bell.
  • The LIAM Meeting scheduled for today is cancelled due to SOL testing.
  • All class officers for next year should attend a full day leadership training to be held at Woodgrove on Tuesday, May 28. You will need to inform teachers of your absence and get a permission form from Mr. Cassutto in B-17 today. The form is due to Woodgrove tomorrow, Thursday, May 23. Please see Mr. Cassutto today to let him know you are going and to get all the information.
  • There will be a full day leadership training day on Tuesday May 28 for 2019-2020 class officers at Woodgrove High School. All incoming SCA officers are expected to attend. Please see Mr. Cassutto for info and permission slip.
  • The FCA will be meeting this Friday at 7:45 in the Auxillary Gym. Come for fellowship, food and fun.

May 22

  • All class officers for next year should attend a full day leadership training to be held at Woodgrove on Tuesday, May 28. You will need to inform teachers of your absence and get a permission form from Mr. Cassutto in B-17 today. The form is due to Woodgrove tomorrow, Thursday, May 23. Please see Mr. Cassutto today to let him know you are going and to get all the information.
  • There will be a full day leadership training day on Tuesday May 28 for 2019-2020 class officers at Woodgrove High School. All incoming SCA officers are expected to attend. Please see Mr. Cassutto for info and permission slip.
  • Students - you only have one week to complete your 4th Quarter Reading Challenge! Please fill out your form, have your English teacher sign it, and return it to the box in the library by Wednesday, May 29th!

May 21

  • There will be a full day leadership training day on Tuesday May 28 for 2019-2020 class officers at Woodgrove High School. All incoming SCA officers are expected to attend. Please see Mr. Cassutto for info and permission slip.
  • This is the final call for student council Association members and officers to place their name on the awards roster which can be found on the Google classroom SCA page. We hope to give out awards at our Wednesday, May 29 meeting, which will be our final meeting of the year. All 2019 freshman class officers must see Mr Cassutto for a permission slip and must attend Tomorrow's banquet at Woodgrove at 6:00 pm. There will be no meeting tomorrow. repeat: there is no meeting on May 22.
  • A reminder to Chorus 6 students that our concert is tonight at 7:00. Report to the cafeteria a 6:30 pm dressed in concert attire.
  • A reminder that the 4th Quarter Challenge is underway. All signed forms are due by Wednesday, May 29th.

May 20

  • A reminder to Chorus 6 students that there is rehearsal after school today in the auditorium from 3:45-5:00
  • A reminder that the 4th Quarter Challenge is underway. All signed forms are due by Wednesday, May 29th.

May 17

  • Here are the results of the 2019 Student Council Election results for the 2019-2020 school year: Winners are: For president: Hannah Edwards (the current SCA president) with 41% of the vote Vice President: Nathan Pierce with 35% Treasurer: Henry Ziegler with 34% Secretary-Historian: Payton Arnett with 46% Brielle Schmermerhorn with 54% Thank you to all the candidates who ran. Please remove your posters from the wall as soon as possible.

May 16

  • 8th Grade students: Due to SOL testing Monday and Tuesday, the 8th Grade elections for 9th grade officer positions at Woodgrove has been extended to the end of the school day Thursday, May 16. Please be sure to refresh the Student Council Page and view the campaign videos of any candidate you have not viewed. You can only vote once. Polls close Thursday at 3:40 PM. Be sure to let your voice be heard by voting. Thanks!

May 15

  • 8th Grade students: Due to SOL testing Monday and Tuesday, the 8th Grade elections for 9th grade officer positions at Woodgrove has been extended to the end of the school day Thursday, May 16. Please be sure to refresh the Student Council Page and view the campaign videos of any candidate you have not viewed. You can only vote once. Polls close Thursday at 3:40 PM. Be sure to let your voice be heard by voting. Thanks!

May 14

  • Attention 8th grade students: Today and tomorrow, Monday and Tuesday, you will be voting for ninth grade officers in your civics classes. Your Civics teachers have placed a link on their Google classrooms for you to be able to vote for next year’s class officers. Be sure to view any campaign videos that you have not seen as yet since new ones have been posted to the Harmony Student Council Association page. Results of the election will be announced as soon as they are available. Good luck to all the candidates and thank you for running and for your service.
  • Congratulations to Karlie Sprecher for winning the National Library Month's bookmark contest. Runners up include Madeline Rogers, Julia Kover, and Joanna Walz. Each of these talented artists have 50 printed bookmarks available to readers in the library.
  • Good morning Harmony! Remember that Wednesday, May 15th is Tape a teacher to the wall day! If you want to duct tape Mr. Whetzal and Mr. Caccavo during 1st shift , Mr. Bell and Mrs. Bauder during 2nd shift, Mrs. Schiavo, and Frau Yerkes during 3rd lunch shift, bring 50 cents for a foot of duct tape or 1.00 a yard! Let's see who holds the longest! All funds will go towards the HMS Odyssey of the Mind team's trip to World Finals!

May 13

  • Attention 8th grade students: Today and tomorrow, Monday and Tuesday, you will be voting for ninth grade officers in your civics classes. Your Civics teachers have placed a link on their Google classrooms for you to be able to vote for next year’s class officers. Be sure to view any campaign videos that you have not seen as yet since new ones have been posted to the Harmony Student Council Association page. Results of the election will be announced as soon as they are available. Good luck to all the candidates and thank you for running and for your service.
  • This is a reminder to all second block Band students to report to the auditorium with your instrument and music following the morning announcements.
  • Good morning Harmony! Remember that Wednesday, May 15th is Tape a teacher to the wall day! If you want to duct tape Mr. Whetzal and Mr. Caccavo during 1st shift , Mr. Bell and Mrs. Bauder during 2nd shift, Mrs. Schiavo, and Frau Yerkes during 3rd lunch shift, bring 50 cents for a foot of duct tape or 1.00 a yard! Let's see who holds the longest! All funds will go towards the HMS Odyssey of the Mind team's trip to World Finals!

May 10

  • Are you tired writing the same boring old yellow pencil everyday Well you're in luck because TRIPLE P INC. is selling you six cool pencil with amazing slogans Get these cool amazing pencil from all 6th and 7th grade spectrum student during resource, In the holding area, or before class Make sure to bring money too. The total cost for one pencil is 30 cents and if you want more, than get a whole stack of five pencil for a total of $1.50. Don’t forget! This Weekend is Mother’s Day! Give your Mom the gift of pencils!!
  • 8th Graders: Be sure to visit the SCA page as new candidates have been posted for next week's election. Check out their campaign video so you can make an informed decision on leaders for 9th grade at Woodgrove. Any additional candidates should get their video to Mr. Cassutto as soon as possible.
  • Good morning Harmony! Remember that Wednesday, May 15th is Tape a teacher to the wall day! If you want to duct tape Mr. Whetzal and Mr. Caccavo during 1st shift , Mr. Bell and Mrs. Bauder during 2nd shift, Mrs. Schiavo, and Frau Yerkes during 3rd lunch shift, bring 50 cents for a foot of duct tape or 1.00 a yard! Let's see who holds the longest! All funds will go towards the HMS Odyssey of the Mind team's trip to World Finals!

May 9

  • Are you tired writing the same boring old yellow pencil everyday Well you're in luck because TRIPLE P INC. is selling you six cool pencil with amazing slogans Get these cool amazing pencil from all 6th and 7th grade spectrum student during resource, In the holding area, or before class Make sure to bring money too. The total cost for one pencil is 30 cents and if you want more, than get a whole stack of five pencil for a total of $1.50. Don’t forget! This Weekend is Mother’s Day! Give your Mom the gift of pencils!!
  • 8th Graders: Be sure to visit the SCA page as new candidates have been posted for next week's election. Check out their campaign video so you can make an informed decision on leaders for 9th grade at Woodgrove. Any additional candidates should get their video to Mr. Cassutto as soon as possible.
  • The FCA will be meeting this Friday at 7:45 in the Auxillary Gym. Come for fellowship, food and fun.

May 8

  • 8th Graders: Be sure to visit the SCA page as new candidates have been posted for next week's election. Check out their campaign video so you can make an informed decision on leaders for 9th grade at Woodgrove. Any additional candidates should get their video to Mr. Cassutto as soon as possible.
  • Any 8th grade student still interested in running for 9th grade office: the campaign is on right now and lasts until Friday. Voting will take place on Monday and Tuesday in Resource. You'll need to join the SCA Google Classroom page and attend our Wednesday 8 AM meetings to get a sense of what SCA is all about. All campaign materials and video must be cleared through the SCA Adviser. Also, clear your calendar for May 22 at 6:00 PM when winners will attend the Woodgrove SCA banquet. See Mr. Cassutto in B-17 for all the details.
  • The FCA will be meeting this Friday at 7:45 in the Auxillary Gym. Come for fellowship, food and fun.

May 7

  • 8th Grade students: please check out SCA Campaign videos on the SCA web page. You can access the web page from Mr. Cassutto's Harmony teacher page or get the link from your resource teacher. The videos will be up all week and new ones are being added every day. Good luck candidates!
  • Any 8th grade student still interested in running for 9th grade office: the campaign is on right now and lasts until Friday. Voting will take place on Monday and Tuesday in Resource. You'll need to join the SCA Google Classroom page and attend our Wednesday 8 AM meetings to get a sense of what SCA is all about. All campaign materials and video must be cleared through the SCA Adviser. Also, clear your calendar for May 22 at 6:00 PM when winners will attend the Woodgrove SCA banquet. See Mr. Cassutto in B-17 for all the details.
  • Buddy Club will meet this Wednesday May 8th from 3:45-4:15 in FACS 3
  • Hat Day is May 8th! Come and support HMS Odyssey of the Mind team by bringing $1 to wear a hat to school! All funds will go towards the team's trip to world finals!

May 6

  • There is still time to throw your hat into the ring! The Woodgrove SCA Class Council will be holding its election on May 13 and 14 (that's next week). Anyone wishing to run for the following offices must have their 30-second to one minute video in to Mr. Cassutto as soon as possible so it can be aired this week. Posters must also be approved by the SCA adviser. Here are the available positions for next year: President Vice President Secretary / Historian Treasurer Public Relations Winner will attend the Woodgrove SCA banquet on May 22 at 6 PM. Good luck!
  • Congratulations to Harmony Latin students for a great year on the National Latin Exam! The following students won awards: "cum laude" or honorable mention awards went to Moses Zhang, Aidan Thimons, Sarah Burns, and Hugh Brown. "magna cum laude" or bronze distinctions went to Elise Bortey, Lily Acker, Henry Zeigler, Maddy Jones, and Caroline Clegg. Prescott Noll earned a "maxima cum laude" silver medal, and Alexandra Toporowicz earned a "summa cum laude" gold medal, with the highest score out of all of the Harmony students. Congratulations again to these students, and be sure to stop by the library and front office to see their pictures!
  • Hat Day is May 8th! Come and support HMS Odyssey of the Mind team by bringing $1 to wear a hat to school! All funds will go towards the team's trip to world finals!

May 3

  • Jazz Ensemble will rehearse today after school from 3:45-4:45. Remember that you need your concert attire for the performance tonight at 7:30, if you did not bring it to school today please contact parents and have it dropped off at Harmony during or after school today.
  • 8th grade students: if you would like to run for 9th grade office next year we will be holding elections on May 13th and 14th. Please submit your name as a nomination for one of the following positions to be held during your ninth-grade year you do not need to be in student government this year to participate at woodgrove next year the following positions are available for you to be a part of: President Vice President Secretary / Historian Treasurer Public Relations Your name must be in to Mr. Cassuto in B-17 by the end of business Friday May 3rd. You will need to submit a 30 second video and provide any posters that you wish to place in house A for an eighth grade-wide election to be held through resource. If you are elected, you will be inducted into Woidgrove's student government at the banquet May 22. Act now to be in student government next year. See Mr. Cassutto for more infor.
  • To all Drama Cast and Crew : We would like to go see South Pacific and support Karlah and Miss Ashley as well as some other Harmony students and alumni! Miss Karlah has given us a special price of $10.00 per ticket for cast, crew and family of Thoroughly Modern Millie. The tickets will be for the Friday, May 10th performance. Please tell Mrs. Stevens if you are interested and the tickets will be held in will call the night of the performance under your name(s). Let Mrs. Stevens know by May 6th! That''s next Monday!
  • Do you find yourself losing your pencils? Is your pencil boring and yellow, always coming in second place? Do you want a pencil that lives up to your standards? Well you’re in luck! Passive Aggressive Pencils Inc. has exactly what you need! From fun colors to catchy slogans, we’re selling six different pencils for all your fancy pencil desires. Don’t Bee Dumb Inc. presents a sleek black pencil that can save you from all your stupid mistakes. Happy Accident Productions has a pencil made of happy little trees, Bob Ross approved. Unsnappable Inc. has provided us with a fire engine red pencil that won’t snap unless you do it on purpose. Truffula Trees Inc. has provided you with a navy blue pencil that will write for the trees. Look! Cookies and Milk Inc. has given us an Ookie Wookie Cookie pink pencil. Lastly, our bestselling pencil so far,Veggie Vines INc. brings you the fr e sh a voca do pencil, for all the vine lovers out there. We hope you’ll consider buying these dope new pencils for just thirty cents a piece! No longer will you have to suffer looking at your boring yellow pencil.
  • Hat Day is May 8th! Come and support HMS Odyssey of the Mind team by bringing $1 to wear a hat to school! All funds will go towards the team's trip to world finals!

May 2

  • 8th grade students: if you would like to run for 9th grade office next year we will be holding elections on May 13th and 14th. Please submit your name as a nomination for one of the following positions to be held during your ninth-grade year you do not need to be in student government this year to participate at woodgrove next year the following positions are available for you to be a part of: President Vice President Secretary / Historian Treasurer Public Relations Your name must be in to Mr. Cassuto in B-17 by the end of business Friday May 3rd. You will need to submit a 30 second video and provide any posters that you wish to place in house A for an eighth grade-wide election to be held through resource. If you are elected, you will be inducted into Woidgrove's student government at the banquet May 22. Act now to be in student government next year. See Mr. Cassutto for more infor.
  • To all Drama Cast and Crew : We would like to go see South Pacific and support Karlah and Miss Ashley as well as some other Harmony students and alumni! Miss Karlah has given us a special price of $10.00 per ticket for cast, crew and family of Thoroughly Modern Millie. The tickets will be for the Friday, May 10th performance. Please tell Mrs. Stevens if you are interested and the tickets will be held in will call the night of the performance under your name(s). Let Mrs. Stevens know by May 6th! That''s next Monday!
  • LIAM will meet today in the library during all lunches.
  • Do you find yourself losing your pencils? Is your pencil boring and yellow, always coming in second place? Do you want a pencil that lives up to your standards? Well you’re in luck! Passive Aggressive Pencils Inc. has exactly what you need! From fun colors to catchy slogans, we’re selling six different pencils for all your fancy pencil desires. Don’t Bee Dumb Inc. presents a sleek black pencil that can save you from all your stupid mistakes. Happy Accident Productions has a pencil made of happy little trees, Bob Ross approved. Unsnappable Inc. has provided us with a fire engine red pencil that won’t snap unless you do it on purpose. Truffula Trees Inc. has provided you with a navy blue pencil that will write for the trees. Look! Cookies and Milk Inc. has given us an Ookie Wookie Cookie pink pencil. Lastly, our bestselling pencil so far,Veggie Vines INc. brings you the fr e sh a voca do pencil, for all the vine lovers out there. We hope you’ll consider buying these dope new pencils for just thirty cents a piece! No longer will you have to suffer looking at your boring yellow pencil.

May 1

  • 8th grade students: if you would like to run for 9th grade office next year we will be holding elections on May 13th and 14th. Please submit your name as a nomination for one of the following positions to be held during your ninth-grade year you do not need to be in student government this year to participate at woodgrove next year the following positions are available for you to be a part of: President Vice President Secretary / Historian Treasurer Public Relations Your name must be in to Mr. Cassuto in B-17 by the end of business Friday May 3rd. You will need to submit a 30 second video and provide any posters that you wish to place in house A for an eighth grade-wide election to be held through resource. If you are elected, you will be inducted into Woidgrove's student government at the banquet May 22. Act now to be in student government next year. See Mr. Cassutto for more infor.
  • Attention 8th Grade future Woodgrove football players: There is a mandatory meeting on Thursday May 2nd at 8:45 in the Harmony Auditorium. Please make sure to be there. If you have any questions, please see Mr. C in room C9.
  • LIAM will meet Thursday in the library during all lunches.
  • Do you find yourself losing your pencils? Is your pencil boring and yellow, always coming in second place? Do you want a pencil that lives up to your standards? Well you’re in luck! Passive Aggressive Pencils Inc. has exactly what you need! From fun colors to catchy slogans, we’re selling six different pencils for all your fancy pencil desires. Don’t Bee Dumb Inc. presents a sleek black pencil that can save you from all your stupid mistakes. Happy Accident Productions has a pencil made of happy little trees, Bob Ross approved. Unsnappable Inc. has provided us with a fire engine red pencil that won’t snap unless you do it on purpose. Truffula Trees Inc. has provided you with a navy blue pencil that will write for the trees. Look! Cookies and Milk Inc. has given us an Ookie Wookie Cookie pink pencil. Lastly, our bestselling pencil so far,Veggie Vines INc. brings you the fr e sh a voca do pencil, for all the vine lovers out there. We hope you’ll consider buying these dope new pencils for just thirty cents a piece! No longer will you have to suffer looking at your boring yellow pencil.

April 30

  • 8th grade students: if you would like to run for 9th grade office next year we will be holding elections on May 13th and 14th. Please submit your name as a nomination for one of the following positions to be held during your ninth-grade year you do not need to be in student government this year to participate at woodgrove next year the following positions are available for you to be a part of: President Vice President Secretary / Historian Treasurer Public Relations Your name must be in to Mr. Cassuto in B-17 by the end of business Friday May 3rd. You will need to submit a 30 second video and provide any posters that you wish to place in house A for an eighth grade-wide election to be held through resource. If you are elected, you will be inducted into Woidgrove's student government at the banquet May 22. Act now to be in student government next year. See Mr. Cassutto for more infor.
  • Attention 8th Grade future Woodgrove football players: There is a mandatory meeting on Thursday May 2nd at 8:45 in the Harmony Auditorium. Please make sure to be there. If you have any questions, please see Mr. C in room C9.
  • April is Autism Awareness Month. Autism is a developmental disorder with varying degrees of severity and impact. Social interactions and communication skills are impacted. Hyperlexia, the ability to read above one’s age or grade level in school, commonly accompanies autism spectrum disorder. Today is the last day for Autism Awareness Month. Even though April is ending, please always be aware and kind to people with autism. To end, here is a quote by Dr. Stephen Shore.
    “If you’ve met one person with autism, you’ve met one person with autism,” Dr. Stephen Shore.
  • Do you find yourself losing your pencils? Is your pencil boring and yellow, always coming in second place? Do you want a pencil that lives up to your standards? Well you’re in luck! Passive Aggressive Pencils Inc. has exactly what you need! From fun colors to catchy slogans, we’re selling six different pencils for all your fancy pencil desires. Don’t Bee Dumb Inc. presents a sleek black pencil that can save you from all your stupid mistakes. Happy Accident Productions has a pencil made of happy little trees, Bob Ross approved. Unsnappable Inc. has provided us with a fire engine red pencil that won’t snap unless you do it on purpose. Truffula Trees Inc. has provided you with a navy blue pencil that will write for the trees. Look! Cookies and Milk Inc. has given us an Ookie Wookie Cookie pink pencil. Lastly, our bestselling pencil so far,Veggie Vines INc. brings you the fr e sh a voca do pencil, for all the vine lovers out there. We hope you’ll consider buying these dope new pencils for just thirty cents a piece! No longer will you have to suffer looking at your boring yellow pencil.

April 29

  • 8th grade students: if you would like to run for 9th grade office next year we will be holding elections on May 13th and 14th. Please submit your name as a nomination for one of the following positions to be held during your ninth-grade year you do not need to be in student government this year to participate at woodgrove next year the following positions are available for you to be a part of: President Vice President Secretary / Historian Treasurer Public Relations Your name must be in to Mr. Cassuto in B-17 by the end of business Friday May 3rd. You will need to submit a 30 second video and provide any posters that you wish to place in house A for an eighth grade-wide election to be held through resource. If you are elected, you will be inducted into Woidgrove's student government at the banquet May 22. Act now to be in student government next year. See Mr. Cassutto for more infor.
  • Attention 8th Grade future Woodgrove football players: There is a mandatory meeting on Thursday May 2nd at 8:45 in the Harmony Auditorium. Please make sure to be there. If you have any questions, please see Mr. C in room C9.
  • April is Autism Awareness Month. Autism is a developmental disorder with varying degrees of severity and impact. Social interactions and communication skills are impacted. There are current shows on TV that have characters portraying people with autism. These include, “The Good Doctor,” “Julia on Sesame Street”, “Parenthood,” and “Atypical.”
  • Do you find yourself losing your pencils? Is your pencil boring and yellow, always coming in second place? Do you want a pencil that lives up to your standards? Well you’re in luck! Passive Aggressive Pencils Inc. has exactly what you need! From fun colors to catchy slogans, we’re selling six different pencils for all your fancy pencil desires. Don’t Bee Dumb Inc. presents a sleek black pencil that can save you from all your stupid mistakes. Happy Accident Productions has a pencil made of happy little trees, Bob Ross approved. Unsnappable Inc. has provided us with a fire engine red pencil that won’t snap unless you do it on purpose. Truffula Trees Inc. has provided you with a navy blue pencil that will write for the trees. Look! Cookies and Milk Inc. has given us an Ookie Wookie Cookie pink pencil. Lastly, our bestselling pencil so far,Veggie Vines INc. brings you the fr e sh a voca do pencil, for all the vine lovers out there. We hope you’ll consider buying these dope new pencils for just thirty cents a piece! No longer will you have to suffer looking at your boring yellow pencil.

April 26

  • Attention future 8th grade Woodgrove Football players. There is a brief mandatory meeting in the Harmony auditorium on Tuesday May 2 at 8:45 am. If you are planning on playing football next year at Woodgrove, you must be there.
  • Running low on pencils? Happy accident productions can solve that problem! Buy pencils them today from any 6th or 7th grade spectrum student! We have pencils featuring a famous Bob Ross quote, Made of happy little trees. Each pencil is 30 cents, so bring in your money, and our pencils will make your life sunny!
  • April is Autism Awareness Month. Autism is a developmental disorder with varying degrees of severity and impact. Social interactions and communication skills are impacted. It is widely speculated that Albert Einstein, Isaac Newton, Andy Warhol and Bill Gates are on the autism spectrum.
  • The teams are set for its academic coming up on May 1st: Eagles will be represented by Mr. Bell Frau Yerkes Cacavo Piermateo and Banasik with Miss Murphy as an alternate. Wolves will be represented by Tiller Fairchild Turner Mr. Josh Young and another team member to be announced with the sharks being represented by McGrath Binford Gianelos Duffy and Cassutto. It should be a great matchup! Get your $2 raffle ticket at all lunch shifts which gives you a ring side seat with the chance of winning a $25 Visa card. See you there!
  • Good morning Harmony! On May 1 during Hive Time, teachers from each team will be testing their knowledge in harmony’s first annual It’s Academic fundraiser. You can see it live and be part of our studio audience by buying a ticket for just 2 bucks at any lunch shift! You’ll come down during Hive time to the auditorium to cheer on teachers brave enough to take the challenge. All proceeds will benefit St. Jude’s Children’s hospital. So do something good for your school and your community -- buy a ticket to It’s Academic, Wed. May 1 during Hive time in the auditorium! See you there!

April 25

  • The FCA will be meeting this Friday at 7:45 in the Auxillary Gym. Come for fellowship, food and fun.
  • Harmony’s Creative Writing Club, The Write Place, will meet after school today in the library,
  • April is Autism Awareness Month. Autism is a developmental disorder with varying degrees of severity and impact. Social interactions and communication skills are impacted. People with autism often have difficulty in social situations and when communicating with others.
  • The teams are set for its academic coming up on May 1st: Eagles will be represented by Mr. Bell Frau Yerkes Cacavo Piermateo and Banasik with Miss Murphy as an alternate. Wolves will be represented by Tiller Fairchild Turner Mr. Josh Young and another team member to be announced with the sharks being represented by McGrath Binford Gianelos Duffy and Cassutto. It should be a great matchup! Get your $2 raffle ticket at all lunch shifts which gives you a ring side seat with the chance of winning a $25 Visa card. See you there!
  • Good morning Harmony! On May 1 during Hive Time, teachers from each team will be testing their knowledge in harmony’s first annual It’s Academic fundraiser. You can see it live and be part of our studio audience by buying a ticket for just 2 bucks at any lunch shift! You’ll come down during Hive time to the auditorium to cheer on teachers brave enough to take the challenge. All proceeds will benefit St. Jude’s Children’s hospital. So do something good for your school and your community -- buy a ticket to It’s Academic, Wed. May 1 during Hive time in the auditorium! See you there!

April 24

  • The FCA will be meeting this Friday at 7:45 in the Auxillary Gym. Come for fellowship, food and fun.
  • Lizzy; Good Morning Harmony! are you in need of a new pencil? Max: Yeah, I guess so. Lizzy: Are your boring yellow pencils not making the cut? Max: I guess I am tired of my boring old, everyday pencil. Lizzy: Well I have the products just for you! I introduce the freshest pencils on block! Max: Wow! Where do I get them? Lizzy: You can get them from HMS 6th and 7th grade spectrum students. you can get them in the holding areas, in between classes, resource, and after school! Max: And what makes these pencils so special? Lizzy: They come in many custom slogans and colors, chosen by the spectrum students. Max: Cool! I want one! Lizzy: Great! They are only $0.30 per pencil! And if you want more, you can get 5 for $1.50, and 10 for $3. Max: Wow! I am so happy that I get to write with these fresh new pencils! Lizzy: HMS students, You can too! Come and get your pencils today and the rest of your week will be less gray!
  • April is Autism Awareness Month. Autism is a developmental disorder with varying degrees of severity and impact. Social interactions and communication skills are impacted. Many people with autism spectrum disorder are successfully living and working and contributing to the well being of others in their local communities. This is most likely to happen when appropriate services are delivered during the child's educational years.
  • Good Morning! This Thursday is the make up and final session for volleyball club with Mrs. Bauder. Hope to see you there :) enjoy your day!
  • Good morning Harmony! On May 1 during Hive Time, teachers from each team will be testing their knowledge in harmony’s first annual It’s Academic fundraiser. You can see it live and be part of our studio audience by buying a ticket for just 2 bucks at any lunch shift! You’ll come down during Hive time to the auditorium to cheer on teachers brave enough to take the challenge. All proceeds will benefit St. Jude’s Children’s hospital. So do something good for your school and your community -- buy a ticket to It’s Academic, Wed. May 1 during Hive time in the auditorium! See you there!

April 23

  • The FCA will be meeting this Friday at 7:45 in the Auxillary Gym. Come for fellowship, food and fun.
  • Attention students: Tomorrow, we will be having homeroom and you must bring your Chromebook to homeroom. Unless your Chromebook is out for repairs, it must be brought in. Your homeroom teacher will be checking your Chromebook, allowing you to report any damage or anything broken, report missing chargers, as well as start the process of you cleaning your Chromebooks for end of year collection.
  • April is Autism Awareness Month. Autism is a developmental disorder with varying degrees of severity and impact. Social interactions and communication skills are impacted. Each child with autism spectrum disorder is a unique individual; people with ASD differ as much from one another as do all people. Children and adults with ASD may speak or interact with others. They may have good eye contact. They may be verbal or non-verbal. They may be very bright, of average intelligence or have cognitive deficits.
  • Mimi:Yo have you heard about that dope pencil company? Emily: Nah dude, what is it called? Mimi: Don’t Be Dumb INC, it is pretty gnarly if I do say so myself. Emily: That sounds tubular. How much are they? Mimi: Dude, they’re only $30 a piece! Isn’t that rad? Emily : Totally! Where can I get one? Mimi: In the holding areas, before or after lunch, and during resource! Ruth: Sick! Mimi:That’s right Harmony. Spectrum pencils are here. Buy yours starting right after Spring Break. 30 cents each, they come in 6 different colors with 6 different slogans!
  • Good morning Harmony! On May 1 during Hive Time, teachers from each team will be testing their knowledge in harmony’s first annual It’s Academic fundraiser. You can see it live and be part of our studio audience by buying a ticket for just 2 bucks at any lunch shift! You’ll come down during Hive time to the auditorium to cheer on teachers brave enough to take the challenge. All proceeds will benefit St. Jude’s Children’s hospital. So do something good for your school and your community -- buy a ticket to It’s Academic, Wed. May 1 during Hive time in the auditorium! See you there!

April 22

  • April is Autism Awareness Month. Autism is a developmental disorder with varying degrees of severity and impact. Social interactions and communication skills are impacted. If one identical twin has autism spectrum disorder, there is a 60-96% chance the other twin will have some form of ASD. Although fraternal twins have a lower chance of both having ASD, if one has an ASD the other has up to a 24% chance.
  • Mimi:Yo have you heard about that dope pencil company? Emily: Nah dude, what is it called? Mimi: Don’t Be Dumb INC, it is pretty gnarly if I do say so myself. Emily: That sounds tubular. How much are they? Mimi: Dude, they’re only $30 a piece! Isn’t that rad? Emily : Totally! Where can I get one? Mimi: In the holding areas, before or after lunch, and during resource! Ruth: Sick! Mimi:That’s right Harmony. Spectrum pencils are here. Buy yours starting right after Spring Break. 30 cents each, they come in 6 different colors with 6 different slogans!

April 12

  • Students, this is a good week to get your Chromebook fixed for any and all problems. If you turn them in today, it should be fixed by the time you get back from spring break. Come down to LAB 2 and we'll do the rest.
  • Today is “Camouflage Friday,” our fifth and final day of Mental Health Awareness Week. Today we asked everyone to wear camouflage to represent how mental illnesses are invisible or hidden illnesses. Today we want each of you to remember that we may not be able to tell that someone is going through a tough time. Remember to always be kind and have empathy for other people – you might make their day better!
  • Teachers: Please show your smarts by submitting questions for It's Academic coming up on May 1. You have an email in your inbox sharing all the details. You may also be nominated to be in the competition! Students -- stay tuned on how you can nominate your smartest teachers! It's all for a good cause -- St. Jude's Children's Hospital. Tickets will be on sale today at all three lunch shifts.
  • April is Autism Awareness Month. Autism is a developmental disorder with varying degrees of severity and impact. Social interactions and communication skills are impacted. There is currently no medical detection or cure for autism spectrum disorder. Parents do not and cannot cause autism spectrum disorder.
  • Mimi:Yo have you heard about that dope pencil company? Emily: Nah dude, what is it called? Mimi: Don’t Be Dumb INC, it is pretty gnarly if I do say so myself. Emily: That sounds tubular. How much are they? Mimi: Dude, they’re only $30 a piece! Isn’t that rad? Emily : Totally! Where can I get one? Mimi: In the holding areas, before or after lunch, and during resource! Ruth: Sick! Mimi:That’s right Harmony. Spectrum pencils are here. Buy yours starting right after Spring Break. 30 cents each, they come in 6 different colors with 6 different slogans!

April 11

  • Students, this is a good week to get your Chromebook fixed for any and all problems. If you turn them in today or tomorrow, it should be fixed by the time you get back from spring break. Come down to LAB 2 and we'll do the rest.
  • Today is “Think About It Thursday,” day 4 of Mental Health Awareness Week. Today we want you each to think about what YOU can do to raise awareness or help other students. Today, you will continue to participate in the Mental Health Awareness Walk and presentation through PE classes. We will also be delivering T-shirts to our winners from Tuesday! DON’T FORGET TO WEAR YOUR CAMOUFLAGE CLOTHES TOMORROW FOR CAMOUFLAGE FRIDAY!
  • Teachers: Please show your smarts by submitting questions for It's Academic coming up on May 1. You have an email in your inbox sharing all the details. You may also be nominated to be in the competition! Students -- stay tuned on how you can nominate your smartest teachers! It's all for a good cause -- St. Jude's Children's Hospital. Tickets will be on sale today at all three lunch shifts.
  • April is Autism Awareness Month. Autism is a developmental disorder with varying degrees of severity and impact. Social interactions and communication skills are impacted. Autism spectrum disorder is a developmental disability that generally appears before the age of 3.

April 10

  • Congratulations to Harmony Odyssey of the Mind Problem #3 Team A (Lizzy Brubaker, Isabella DeMark, Lilly Eddy, Margaret Rouse, Liam Warner, Sarah and Ashley Gingerich) for placing 1st at the State Competition this past weekend. The team will advance to World Finals at Michigan State University in May.
  • The results are in! The team points for 3rd quarter was extremely close, but the winning team is the EAGLES! Their score of 720 points edged out the Sharks, who had 700 points followed closely by the Wolves at 650 points. Congratulations Eagles and stay tuned for news of your reward day.
  • Don't forget our scrap booking session on Wednesday after school in the library April 10th. I want to see all the cast and crew together again! Don't forget to bring your memorabilia! Make sure you have a ride home at 5:30!
  • Attention students. Do you have anything on your Chromebook which is broken or not working? Touch screen, touch pad or buttons not working? It will not charge? Screen is cracked or falling away from frame? No cursor on screen? Now is the time to get it fixed. Bring it down to LAB2 and it should be fixed and waiting for you when you get back from spring break. Bring it to LAB2 this week.
  • Teachers: Please show your smarts by submitting questions for It's Academic coming up on May 1. You have an email in your inbox sharing all the details. You may also be nominated to be in the competition! Students -- stay tuned on how you can nominate your smartest teachers! It's all for a good cause -- St. Jude's Children's Hospital. Tickets will be on sale today at all three lunch shifts.
  • Today is “Walk It Out Wednesday,” day 3 of Mental Health Awareness Week. Our coping skill of the day is: exercise. Experts say “when your body feels better, so does your mind.” Today and tomorrow you will participate in a Mental Health Awareness Walk and presentation during your PE class. The walk is being done to encourage exercise and promote physical and mental health. We will also have a “mindful moment” before school tomorrow in room C6. We welcome all students and staff to come and do a relaxing activity before the school day begins!
  • April is Autism Awareness Month. Autism is a developmental disorder with varying degrees of severity and impact. Social interactions and communication skills are impacted. In the late 1990s, the diagnostic title changed to reflect a more politically correct social environment. Now the proper expression is “people with autism or autism spectrum disorder”

April 9

  • Teachers: Please show your smarts by submitting questions for It's Academic coming up on May 1. You have an email in your inbox sharing all the details. You may also be nominated to be in the competition! Students -- stay tuned on how you can nominate your smartest teachers! It's all for a good cause -- St. Jude's Children's Hospital. Tickets will be on sale today at all three lunch shifts.
  • 8th graders, Woodgrove has a quick 3 question survey for you to complete. It can be found in the Google classroom you joined for Woodgrove. They need your input about agendas next year, so please complete this survey today. Thanks.
  • Don't forget our scrap booking session on Wednesday after school in the library April 10th. I want to see all the cast and crew together again! Don't forget to bring your memorabilia! Make sure you have a ride home at 5:30!
  • Attention students. Do you have anything on your Chromebook which is broken or not working? Touch screen, touch pad or buttons not working? It will not charge? Screen is cracked or falling away from frame? No cursor on screen? Now is the time to get it fixed. Bring it down to LAB2 and it should be fixed and waiting for you when you get back from spring break. Bring it to LAB2 this week.
  • The Harmony Escape Room Results are in! For 6th grade, 3rd place was Ms. Chapple's hive for the Sharks, 2nd place was Mr. Caccavo's hive for the Eagles and 1st place was Mr. Young's hive for the Wolves! In 7th grade, 3rd place was Mrs. Gianelos' hive for the Sharks, 2nd place was Ms. Eden's hive for the Eagles, and 1st place was Ms. Hillebrand's hive for the Sharks! In 8th grade, your Escape Room was super glitchy and there was no fair way to declare a winner. Our apologies to 8th grade--you are all winners for trying your best! Tomorrow we will announce the OVERALL 3RD QUARTER WINNING TEAM.
  • Today is “Treat Yourself Tuesday,” day 2 of Mental Health Awareness Week. Our coping skill of the day is: self-care. We spend a lot of time helping our friends and family with their stress, but we forget to take care of ourselves. The best way to relieve stress is to "treat yourself" by doing a relaxing activity. Some ideas to try are exercising, talking with a friend, reading a book, watching a movie, or playing a game. Be sure to participate in the activity at the cafeteria during lunch for your chance to win a free t-shirt!
  • April is Autism Awareness Month. Autism is a developmental disorder with varying degrees of severity and impact. Social interactions and communication skills are impacted. Autism spectrum disorder affects all nationalities, all creeds, all religions, all races and both sexes. It doesn’t differentiate or affect only one group or another.

April 8

  • Just a reminder that the April Harry Potter event is taking place tomorrow (Tuesday) in the library during all lunches. Bring your lunches, but you do NOT need your devices.
  • LIAM will meet today in the library during all lunches.
  • Congratulations to the 7th and 8th grade Battle of the Books team for winning the 5th annual battle tournament. ALL grade level teams have an end-of-season gathering TODAY during lunch. Please stop by to celebrate your efforts.
  • Today is “Music Monday,” the first day of Mental Health Awareness Week. We hope you enjoyed hearing the Woodgrove Belletones sing this morning! Today’s coping skill of the day is: listening to music! By engaging your brain through music, you may feel calm and distracted from anything that might be stressing you out. To show you how powerful music can be, we will be listening to music between each class. We hope you enjoy it!
  • April is Autism Awareness Month. Autism is a developmental disorder with varying degrees of severity and impact. Social interactions and communication skills are impacted. The term stems from the Greek word autos meaning “self”, autism literally means “alone”.

April 5

  • LIAM will meet today during all lunches.
  • English 8 is so proud of all of the students who competed at our 3rd Annual Be the Change night on Wednesday. We would like to congratulate the following students for winning money for a charity of their choice: Kiera McMahan, Luke Jenkins, Tully Arlington, Emma Hardy, Beatrice Maulfair, and Brielle Schermerhorn. Great job, everyone!
  • April is Autism Awareness Month. Autism is a developmental disorder with varying degrees of severity and impact. Social interactions and communication skills are impacted. Autism spectrum disorder is one of the fastest-growing developmental disorders in the United States. ASD is more common than childhood cancer, diabetes and AIDS combined.

April 4

  • The FCA will be meeting this Friday at 7:45 in the Auxillary Gym. Come for fellowship, food and fun.
  • Congratulations to Colin Fuller, the winner of the free throw shooting contest, hitting 17 out of 20. The winner of the 3-point shooting contest was Jaden Boring, hitting 4 out of 6.
  • April is Autism Awareness Month. Autism is a developmental disorder with varying degrees of severity and impact. Social interactions and communication skills are impacted. Autism spectrum disorder now affects 1 in 68 children. Boys are nearly 5 times more likely than girls to be diagnosed with ASD.
  • Next week is Mental Health Awareness Week! We will have activities each day that we want all students to participate in. Tomorrow, you will watch an introduction video about mental health and what we will be doing to spread awareness. We are looking forward to seeing everyone get involved!

April 3

  • The FCA will be meeting this Friday at 7:45 in the Auxillary Gym. Come for fellowship, food and fun.
  • Reminder of the free throw contest tomorrow at 7:45 in the small gym. Students and staff are welcome.
  • The 8th grade teachers would like to wish their students luck at our 3rd annual Be The Change Night tonight. For all students who are participating as class winners or as volunteers, please report to the cafeteria after the bell. Bring your belongings with you. Good luck, 8th graders!
  • Attention Battle of the Books team- this is just a reminder that there is practice in the library today and the final battle is tomorrow during 8th block. Please wear your tie-dye shirt and report to the auditorium tomorrow after checking in with your 8th block teacher.

April 2

  • Congratulations to the two March Madness Challenge Question winners; Austin Coleman and Jackson Allgood. You may come to the Prize Palace for your reward.
  • Congratulations to all who participated in the Quarter 3 Reading Challenge. Please bring your invitation to the library today during lunch for your celebration BINGO game!
  • Harmony Escape Rooms are tomorrow during Hive Time! Eagles, Sharks, Wolves--are you ready for the challenge? Each grade will have a winner who will bring home those points!
  • Attention students and staff. We will be having our next Free Throw Shooting contest next Thursday, April 4 starting at 7:45am in the small gym. Students are required to register on the Harmony website. Staff is encouraged to show up and join the fun.

March 28

  • Please submit your completed Reading Bingo Challenge forms to the library. These must be signed by your English teacher. The deadline is today!
  • Hive Time Escape Rooms are coming next Wednesday! Sharks, Eagles, Wolves--here is your chance to win big points! Each grade will have their own custom escape room so each team has three chances to win!
  • Attention students and staff. We will be having our next Free Throw Shooting contest next Thursday, April 4 starting at 7:45am in the small gym. Students are required to register on the Harmony website. Staff is encouraged to show up and join the fun.

March 27

  • Many thanks to all who contributed to the Harmony-Woodgrove food drive. Sharks came in first place with 152 items. Eagles brought in 103 items, and Wolves brought up the rear with 68 items. All together Harmony donated 323 items to the Loudoun Food Pantry. Way to go, Hornets!
  • Attention students and staff. We will be having our next Free Throw Shooting contest next Thursday, April 4 starting at 7:45am in the small gym. Students are required to register on the Harmony website. Staff is encouraged to show up and join the fun.

March 26

  • Any future Woodgrove football players who missed the meeting last week, please see Mr. C in room C-9. He has paperwork for you.
  • 8th graders, just a reminder to complete the feedback survey from our trip to Woodgrove last week. They will be closing the survey on Thursday and then drawing names to win prizes. If you need a reminder about how to access that information, the flyer is hanging in the House A office windows for you to see.
  • Attention Battle of the Books team: as we prepare for the final battle on April 4th, there will be 2 makeup practices- tomorrow and next Wednesday. See you in the library!

March 25

  • Volleyball Club is cancelled on Tuesday, March 26.

March 22

  • Calling all Drama cast and crew! Its time to scrap it!!! We will be meeting in the library after school from 3:40-5:30 on Wednesday April 10. Snack and drink will be provided or you may bring your own. Let's make memories together. Make sure to bring all your memorabilia from Millie and any scrapping materials that you may have. Glue, constructions paper and various other embellishments will be provided. Any donations are welcome! See you there!
  • Eagles, Sharks and Wolves--get ready! Harmony's Escape Rooms are coming April 3rd! Each grade will have its own unique adventure and each team has three chances to win and bring home those points.
  • Congratulations to the 8th Grade Chorus for receiving all superior ratings from all of the judges at the District Choral Assessment last week. Both the Treble and Men's Ensembles received superior ratings.
  • Please stop by the library this week and add your voice to the 'Wondering of the Week'!

March 21

  • The FCA will be meeting this Friday at 7:45 in the Auxillary Gym. Come for fellowship, food and fun.
  • Calling all Drama cast and crew! Its time to scrap it!!! We will be meeting in the library after school from 3:40-5:30 on Wednesday April 10. Snack and drink will be provided or you may bring your own. Let's make memories together. Make sure to bring all your memorabilia from Millie and any scrapping materials that you may have. Glue, constructions paper and various other embellishments will be provided. Any donations are welcome! See you there!
  • Don't forget, Woodgrove Freshman Football meeting to meet Friday morning in the auditorium at 8:30. Come by and meet the Woodgrove coaches.
  • Completed Reading Bingo forms, signed by your teacher, are due 1 week from today. Drop them off in the library by the circulation desk.
  • This is a reminder to the Battle of the Books team- your last mandatory practice is today in the library during lunch where we will be voting on the books for next year.
  • The Creative Writing Club, The Write Place, will meet this Thursday after school in the library. Come and write with us!
  • The Harmony Food drive is still going on! We will be collecting non-perishables until this Friday, so bring in your boxes and cans and place them in the team receptacles outside each house. You can help your team earn points! The drive will benefit the Loudoun Food Pantry. Thanks for helping!
  • Please stop by the library this week and add your voice to the 'Wondering of the Week'!

March 20

  • 8th Grade Students, Reminder that this Friday there is a Woodgrove Football meeting in the auditorium from 8:30-8:45. You'll get lots of information and meet some of the coaches. If you have any questions please see Mr. C in room C9.
  • The Harmony Food drive is still going on! We will be collecting non-perishables until this Friday, so bring in your boxes and cans and place them in the team receptacles outside each house. You can help your team earn points! The drive will benefit the Loudoun Food Pantry. Thanks for helping!
  • LIAM (the Library Student Advisory Team) will meet tomorrow during all lunches. Please check our Google Classroom for important information.
  • Please stop by the library this week and add your voice to the 'Wondering of the Week'!

March 19

  • Results of the Dr. Seuss March Madness Bracket contest are in! Harmony’s favorite Dr. Seuss book is... The Lorax!
  • The Harmony Food drive is still going on! We will be collecting non-perishables until this Friday, so bring in your boxes and cans and place them in the team receptacles outside each house. You can help your team earn points! The drive will benefit the Loudoun Food Pantry. Thanks for helping!
  • LIAM (the Library Student Advisory Team) will meet tomorrow during all lunches. Please check our Google Classroom for important information.
  • Please stop by the library this week and add your voice to the 'Wondering of the Week'!
  • If you are interested in playing Freshman football next year at Woodgrove, please come to the interest meeting and meet the coaches on Friday March 22 in the Harmony auditorium. The meeting will be from 8:30-8:45. If you have any questions, please go and see Mr. C in room C-9

March 18

  • The Harmony Food drive is still going on! We will be collecting non-perishables until this Friday, so bring in your boxes and cans and place them in the team receptacles outside each house. You can help your team earn points! The drive will benefit the Loudoun Food Pantry. Thanks for helping!
  • Team Eagle is in first place, but only by 35 points. THe library ladies will be running a school-wide overdue report and awarding 100 points to the team with the lowest percentage of overdues. This could be a game-changer!
  • LIAM (the Library Student Advisory Team) will meet tomorrow during all lunches. Please check our Google Classroom for important information.
  • Please stop by the library this week and add your voice to the 'Wondering of the Week'!
  • If you are interested in playing Freshman football next year at Woodgrove, please come to the interest meeting and meet the coaches on Friday March 22 in the Harmony auditorium. The meeting will be from 8:30-8:45. If you have any questions, please go and see Mr. C in room C-9

March 15

  • For those of you who picked up a Compassion Card but have not entered your kindness, please scan the QR code and enter the information about your kindness. If you did not pick up a Compassion Card and would like to participate, please see Mrs. O'Brien as she has extras. The chart in the cafeteria is tracking the number of kind acts performed at Harmony and I know it does not reflect all the simple acts of kindness I witness here at Harmony everyday. Let's keep the kindness going!
  • 8th graders, are you excited to visit Woodgrove next week? We are excited to take you there on Thursday. If you have not already turned in your permission slip, get it in by Monday! Extras are available in the house office and have been emailed home.
  • All LIAM members, please check our Google Classroom and respond to the survey as soon as possible.
  • The Used Book Sale is going on now through Friday in the library. It will also be open Thursday evening for Family Arts night. All books are 50 cents to a dollar and the proceeds go directly to the library.
  • HMS Student Council Association is joining forces with Woodgrove this week for a food drive to benefit Loudoun Food Pantry. Help end food insecurity in our community by donating non-perishable items such as cereal, mac and cheese and canned goods. Bring your food items to the house offices and support your team. Team prizes will be announced. Do your part this week!

March 14

  • Rubik's Cube club will be meeting Thursday mornings at 8:20 in Room C13.
  • Congratulations to the Harmony Bands for their success at District Concert Band Assessment on Friday, March 8. The Harmony Concert Band received an Excellent rating for their performance assessment at level 2 and a Superior rating for their sightreading assessment for an overall Excellent rating. The Harmony Symphonic Band received a Superior rating for their performance assessment at level 4 and an Excellent rating for their sightreading assessment for an overall Superior rating.
  • 8th graders, are you excited to visit Woodgrove next week? We are excited to take you there on Thursday. If you have not already turned in your permission slip, get it in by Monday! Extras are available in the house office and have been emailed home.
  • The Used Book Sale is going on now through Friday in the library. It will also be open Thursday evening for Family Arts night. All books are 50 cents to a dollar and the proceeds go directly to the library.
  • HMS Student Council Association is joining forces with Woodgrove this week for a food drive to benefit Loudoun Food Pantry. Help end food insecurity in our community by donating non-perishable items such as cereal, mac and cheese and canned goods. Bring your food items to the house offices and support your team. Team prizes will be announced. Do your part this week!
  • All LIAM members, please check our Google Classroom and respond to the survey as soon as possible.
  • 6th Grade Book Club will meet in the library on Friday during all lunches. New members are welcome. You must bring your book to play the game!

March 13

  • Rubik's Cube club will be meeting Thursday mornings at 8:20 in Room C13.
  • Buddy Club will meet today from 3:45 to 4:15 in FACS 3.
  • A reminder to the 8th Grade Chorus that there is a rehearsal today after school in the auditorium from 3:45-5:00
  • The Used Book Sale is going on now through Friday in the library. It will also be open Thursday evening for Family Arts night. All books are 50 cents to a dollar and the proceeds go directly to the library.
  • HMS Student Council Association is joining forces with Woodgrove this week for a food drive to benefit Loudoun Food Pantry. Help end food insecurity in our community by donating non-perishable items such as cereal, mac and cheese and canned goods. Bring your food items to the house offices and support your team. Team prizes will be announced. Do your part this week!
  • From Coach Woldt: Run club starts TODAY! Meet in Frau Yerkes room (B-7) after school every Wednesday and Friday to run on the track and fall in love with running. Be prepared for bubbles and water balloons! We'll work on running form and endurance to run a 5k by May! Forms on website and in B-7!

March 12

  • Buddy Club will meet tomorrow from 3:45 to 4:15 in FACS 3.
  • The Mad Science Club will begin this Wednesday. A few spots remain open. Pick-up your registration form in room C8 today.
  • The Used Book Sale is going on now through Friday in the library. It will also be open Thursday evening for Family Arts night. All books are 50 cents to a dollar and the proceeds go directly to the library.
  • HMS Student Council Association is joining forces with Woodgrove this week for a food drive to benefit Loudoun Food Pantry. Help end food insecurity in our community by donating non-perishable items such as cereal, mac and cheese and canned goods. Bring your food items to the house offices and support your team. Team prizes will be announced. Do your part this week!
  • Harry Potter Club has been rescheduled for Tuesday, April 9th.
  • From Coach Woldt: Run club starts THIS Wednesday March 13th! Meet in Frau Yerkes room (B-7) after school every Wednesday and Friday to run on the track and fall in love with running. Be prepared for bubbles and water balloons! We'll work on running form and endurance to run a 5k by May! Forms on website and in B-7!

March 11

  • The Mad Science Club will begin this Wednesday. A few spots remain open. Pick-up your registration form in room C8 today.
  • The Used Book Sale is going on now through Friday in the library. It will also be open Thursday evening for Family Arts night. All books are 50 cents to a dollar and the proceeds go directly to the library.
  • HMS Student Council Association is joining forces with Woodgrove this week for a food drive to benefit Loudoun Food Pantry. Help end food insecurity in our community by donating non-perishable items such as cereal, mac and cheese and canned goods. Bring your food items to the house offices and support your team. Team prizes will be announced. Do your part this week!
  • Thanks all for a great Read Across America week! Our mystery reader Thursday was Mrs. Duffy! And the challenge question winner is Hailey Grimes. She guessed the EXACT number of red and blue fish with 82!
  • From Coach Woldt: Run club starts THIS Wednesday March 13th! Meet in Frau Yerkes room (B-7) after school every Wednesday and Friday to run on the track and fall in love with running. Be prepared for bubbles and water balloons! We'll work on running form and endurance to run a 5k by May! Forms on website and in B-7!

March 8

  • Good luck to the Concert and Symphonic Bands as they travel to Potomac Falls High School for their Concert Assessment performance. Reminder to all participating students to report to the cafeteria for lunch at 11:40 today, and you will change into your concert attire after lunch.
  • Good Morning Sixth Grade. The last edition of the Mad Science Club will begin next Wednesday! Pick-up your registration form in room C8 today.
  • Attention all Latin students! Please remember to come to the library for the National Latin Exam TODAY during 2nd block. Please check in with your teacher and then immediately come to the library. All you need is a pencil. Good luck!
  • Students who picked up a Compassion Card, please remember to scan the QR code and enter the information about your kindness. I don't think the chart in the cafeteria reflects all the acts of kindness I witness here at Harmony every day. Remember, "when you are kind to others, it not only changes you-it changes the world."

March 7

  • The FCA will be meeting this Friday at 7:45 in the Auxillary Gym. Come for fellowship, food and fun.
  • Attention Sixth Graders. The Mad Science Club will begin Wednesday March 13th. Pick-up your registration form in room C8 today.
  • The Creative Writing Club’s next meeting will be on Thursday, March 21st.
  • Congratulations to all our participants in our annual 8th grade NaNoWriMo writing competition! We have voted down from our original class winners to one grand prize finalist, who is awarded 5 free copies of her NaNoWriMo writing as a published book! Our runner-up was Cate Laverty. . . and the ultimate winner is Abigail Whetzel! Congrats, Abigail, on having the best 100 words of NaNoWriMo writing!

March 6

  • The FCA will be meeting this Friday at 7:45 in the Auxillary Gym. Come for fellowship, food and fun.
  • Attention Sixth Graders. The Mad Science Club will begin Wednesday March 13th. Pick-up your registration form in room C8 today.
  • A reminder to Chorus 8 to meet at 6:00 pm at Woodgrove tonight for the Pre-Assessment Concert.

March 5

  • The FCA will be meeting this Friday at 7:45 in the Auxillary Gym. Come for fellowship, food and fun.
  • Attention Sixth Graders. The Mad Science Club will begin Wednesday March 13th. Pick-up your registration form in room C8 today.
  • LIAM will meet Tuesday during all lunches.

March 4

  • 8th graders, at the end of announcements and after your teacher has taken attendance, please take your coat and lunch and report to your designated field trip location to meet your chaperones. Students going to the Capitol should report to the library. Students going to the National Gallery of Art should report to the cafeteria. Students going to the Natural History Museum should report to the auditorium. 8th grade teachers, after you have taken attendance, you may release your students to meet their chaperones.
  • LIAM will meet Tuesday during all lunches.
  • Teachers, this is a reminder to take attendance for your 8th graders before releasing them to their field trip locations.

March 1

  • There will be a leadership training held at Woodgrove High School for all students thinking about participating in student government at Woodgrove. The training will help rising 9th grade students the most, but it is open to all Harmony students interested in student leadership. The leadership workshop will be held this coming Saturday, March 2nd, Leadership Training Day, led by Mr. Schutte and Mr. Acquino. You will learn about an assortment of topics ranging from effective marketing to learning Robert's Rules of Order! The training will run from 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM. Lunch will be provided for all participants! Be prepared to light your personal fire of leadership! We look forward to an exciting day of learning! There is a google form that needs to be completed if you wish to attend. Email Mr. Cassutto for a link to the form.
  • This announcement is for 8th graders who are interested in applying to the CAMPUS program at Woodgrove next year. I understand some have had trouble opening the link. Please see Mrs. O'Brien ASAP if you are having trouble with the link.
  • Woodgrove HS is sponsoring a leadership workshop from 10-2 PM on Saturday, March 2. Email Mr. Cassutto for a link to the Google form to register. If you are already in Student Council, visit the SCA Google Classroom page for the link.
  • 8th graders, this is a reminder that your field trip is on Monday. Remember to dress warmly and bring your packed lunch. We plan on leaving school by 9 am, so be on time.
  • For students who picked up a Compassion card, remember to scan the QR code located throughout the school, and enter the information about the kindness you performed. We are tracking your cards to see how often the card is passed. The charts are located on the wall in the cafeteria. Let's keep the kindness going!
  • Dr. Seuss' Read Across America kicks off next week with Crazy Socks Day on Monday! See the posted fliers in the house areas for the rest of the spirit days.

February 28

  • There will be a leadership training held at Woodgrove High School for all students thinking about participating in student government at Woodgrove. The training will help rising 9th grade students the most, but it is open to all Harmony students interested in student leadership. The leadership workshop will be held this coming Saturday, March 2nd, Leadership Training Day, led by Mr. Schutte and Mr. Acquino. You will learn about an assortment of topics ranging from effective marketing to learning Robert's Rules of Order! The training will run from 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM. Lunch will be provided for all participants! Be prepared to light your personal fire of leadership! We look forward to an exciting day of learning! There is a google form that needs to be completed if you wish to attend. Email Mr. Cassutto for a link to the form.
  • This announcement is for 8th graders who are interested in applying to the CAMPUS program at Woodgrove next year. I understand some have had trouble opening the link. Please see Mrs. O'Brien ASAP if you are having trouble with the link.
  • This Friday, March 1, we will once again have live, video announcements presented by our Communications Class. Teachers, be sure to set your Promethean boards to Video and turn up the sound for Live From the Hive.

February 27

  • Students you only have ONE MORE DAY to submit your video for a chance to win $100. Your mission, if you choose to accept it, is to…‘Create the best short video that teaches people like me (or your parents or grandparents) how to use Google.’ For more information, see Mr. Stewart or go to the Harmony website.
  • Next week, we will be celebrating literacy and Dr. Seuss' birthday with other schools across the country with Read Across America. The week will be full of surprises and the theme for each spirit day will be posted in the house areas starting tomorrow.
  • A reminder to Chorus 8 Students to report to the chorus room at 9:40 this morning to work with our guest choral clinician.
  • Congratulations to Cadence McGrath- winner of this week's challenge question! He knew that Nancy Price and Jane Kidder were the first librarians at Harmony. Cadence won a trip to the prize palace and 25 points for the Shark team.
  • This announcement is for 8th graders who are interested in applying to the CAMPUS program at Woodgrove next year. I understand some have had trouble opening the link. Please see Mrs. O'Brien ASAP if you are having trouble with the link.
  • There will be a leadership training held at Woodgrove High School for all students thinking about participating in student government at Woodgrove. The training will help rising 9th grade students the most, but it is open to all Harmony students interested in student leadership. The leadership workshop will be held this coming Saturday, March 2nd, Leadership Training Day, led by Mr. Schutte and Mr. Acquino. You will learn about an assortment of topics ranging from effective marketing to learning Robert's Rules of Order! The training will run from 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM. Lunch will be provided for all participants! Be prepared to light your personal fire of leadership! We look forward to an exciting day of learning! There is a google form that needs to be completed if you wish to attend. Email Mr. Cassutto for a link to the form.

February 26

  • There will be a leadership training held at Woodgrove High School for all students thinking about participating in student government at Woodgrove. The training will help rising 9th grade students the most, but it is open to all Harmony students interested in student leadership. The leadership workshop will be held this coming Saturday, March 2nd, Leadership Training Day, led by Mr. Schutte and Mr. Acquino. You will learn about an assortment of topics ranging from effective marketing to learning Robert's Rules of Order! The training will run from 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM. Lunch will be provided for all participants! Be prepared to light your personal fire of leadership! We look forward to an exciting day of learning! There is a google form that needs to be completed if you wish to attend. Email Mr. Cassutto for a link to the form.

February 25

  • There will be a leadership training held at Woodgrove High School for all students thinking about participating in student government at Woodgrove. The training will help rising 9th grade students the most, but it is open to all Harmony students interested in student leadership. The leadership workshop will be held this coming Saturday, March 2nd, Leadership Training Day, led by Mr. Schutte and Mr. Acquino. You will learn about an assortment of topics ranging from effective marketing to learning Robert's Rules of Order! The training will run from 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM. Lunch will be provided for all participants! Be prepared to light your personal fire of leadership! We look forward to an exciting day of learning! There is a google form that needs to be completed if you wish to attend. Email Mr. Cassutto for a link to the form.
  • Congratulations to the Lady Hornets STEM challenge team for their outstanding performance in Saturday's annual Foxcroft STEM Challenge. In a field of 15 Middle schools both private and public, the two Harmony teams took individual third place awards in 2 of the 5 STEM challenges with Team Chickenpox Challengers winning third place overall in the competition! Way to Go Harmony!
  • The PokeD-Ma-Gatherio club starts tomorrow. All permission forms can be turned in to Mr. Jacobson or Mr. White. You need to have a completed form to participate in the club. Forms can be found in your House office.
  • Attention Battle of the Books team: Please stop by the library some time today to vote on our team t-shirt. Our next meeting will take place in the library on Thursday, March 7th.
  • The results of the Box Tops competition are in! And the winner is....THE SHARK TEAM with 992 box tops. The Eagles took second place with 875 and the Wolves brought in 250. Congrats to Team Shark!
  • 8th graders, Today is the LAST day to turn in your field trip forms and money. They will not be accepted after today. Please turn them into the house office or your science teacher today. Thank you.

February 22

  • The Harry Potter event scheduled for today in the library has been postponed to a date to be determined.
  • 8th Graders, Due to our snow days, the deadline for turning in your field trip forms has been extended to Monday. All permission slips and money MUST be turned in by Monday. It's going to be a great trip, so get your forms turned in!
  • This message is for 8th graders interested in applying to the CAMPUS program. The deadline is for applications is this Friday. If you have not been able to access the direct application link that was sent via email to all 8th grade parents, please see Mrs. O'Brien. If you need help with the application, please see Mrs. O'Brien.
  • All 7th Graders - Your FINAL Immigration Journal for English MUST be posted and turned in through Google Classroom by 11:59p.m., Sunday, February 24th.
  • Remember if you are a fan of Pokémon, Magic the Gathering, Yu-Gi-Oh, or Dungeons and Dragons get your PokeD-mag-gather-ioh club signup sheet in the house office today. The club will begin after school this Tuesday.

February 19

  • The card club of all card clubs is back and even better! Now the PokeD-mag-gather-ioh club has added Dungeons and Dragons. So if you are a fan of Pokémon, Magic the Gathering, Yu-Gi-Oh, or Dungeons and Dragons get signed up to start playing. The club will be on Tuesdays beginning Feb. 26th. Signup sheet can be found in each house office.
  • If there is any delay on Wed 2/20, Student Council will NOT meet.
  • All 7th Graders - Your FINAL Immigration Journal for English MUST be posted and turned in through Google Classroom by 11:59p.m., Sunday, February 24th.
  • Final kindness quote for you: "Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around."
  • Hive Time is tomorrow morning! Please bring your charged chromebook to Hive Time.
  • The FCA will be meeting this Friday at 7:45 in the Auxillary Gym. Come for fellowship, food and fun.

February 15

  • The card club of all card clubs is back and even better! Now the PokeD-mag-gather-ioh club has added Dungeons and Dragons. So if you are a fan of Pokémon, Magic the Gathering, Yu-Gi-Oh, or Dungeons and Dragons get signed up to start playing. The club will be on Tuesdays beginning Feb. 26th. Signup sheet can be found in each house office.
  • Final kindness quote for today: "Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around."
  • Harmony's Student Council Association (SCA) will handing out Compassion Cards Wednesday (today), Thursday, and Friday at all three lunch shifts. Please take one, perform an act of kindness and record it using the QR code on the card. Then pass the card on to a friend or relative and watch Harmony's kindness grow! You can never tell what kindness will come back to you. It's great to "pay it forward."
  • The new round of 6th grade Book Clubs begin on Friday, February 15th at lunch time in the library. We only have room for 10 members for each book so be on time!
  • The box top contest is going strong! Eagles have a strong lead with wolves in 2nd place and sharks are, well sharks are dead last. You have until February 22nd so bring your box tops to the library and support your team!

February 14

  • This is a reminder for the Battle of the Books team- we are meeting today during lunch. Please bring any t-shirt designs you've created, your lunch, books, and questions.
  • Kindness quote for today: "Kind words are short and easy to speak, but their echoes are truly endless."
  • Harmony's Student Council Association (SCA) will handing out Compassion Cards Wednesday (today), Thursday, and Friday at all three lunch shifts. Please take one, perform an act of kindness and record it using the QR code on the card. Then pass the card on to a friend or relative and watch Harmony's kindness grow! You can never tell what kindness will come back to you. It's great to "pay it forward."
  • Good morning, students and teachers. NAEP Day is finally here! I would like to remind everyone that, today, some of our brightest 8th-graders will be participating in the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP). Teachers, please be sure to release those students 5 minutes before the assessment is scheduled to begin. For those students who are participating, please report to your designated locations on time. You are playing an important role in our nation’s ability to measure what students across the country are learning. What’s more, by taking the assessment, you are impacting the future of education for the students that follow you. Do your best and good luck. Thank you.
  • Harmony's Creative Writing Club, The Write Place, will meet Thursday after school in the library until 4:30.
  • The box top contest is going strong! Eagles have a strong lead with wolves in 2nd place and sharks are, well sharks are dead last. You have until February 22nd so bring your box tops to the library and support your team!
  • Attention 8th graders! Have you noticed a new face in your hallways? Your counselor, Mrs. Sharp, has an counselor intern working with her through the end of the school year. Her name is Mrs. Malley. Mrs. Malley is a previous elementary school teacher, and is now studying to become a school counselor through her program at George Mason University. Please stop by Mrs. Sharp's office to introduce yourself and say hello to her! She is looking forward to talking with you. Mrs. Malley will be here on Tuesdays and Thursdays each week.

February 13

  • Harmony's Student Council Association (SCA) will handing out Compassion Cards Wednesday (today), Thursday, and Friday at all three lunch shifts. Please take one, perform an act of kindness and record it using the QR code on the card. Then pass the card on to a friend or relative and watch Harmony's kindness grow! You can never tell what kindness will come back to you. It's great to "pay it forward."
  • The new round of 6th grade Book Clubs begin on Friday, February 15th at lunch time in the library. We only have room for 10 members for each book so be on time!
  • Harmony's Creative Writing Club, The Write Place, will meet Thursday after school in the library until 4:30.
  • The box top contest is going strong! Eagles have a strong lead with wolves in 2nd place and sharks are, well sharks are dead last. You have until February 22nd so bring your box tops to the library and support your team!
  • Anime club will not be meeting this Wednesday - sponsor will not be available.
  • Kindness quote for today: "When you are kind to others, it not only changes you, changes the world".
  • This week is Kindness Week at Harmony. The SCA has put together a short video explaining the “COMPASSION CARDS” created by the SCA. This video is less than 2 minutes; teachers, please view the video so everyone has understanding of the how the Compassion Cards work. Resource teachers: Please show this video to all your resource classes on Monday and Tuesday. These cards will be available for students to pick up during the lunch shifts on Wed, Thurs and Friday next week.
  • Any student who is interested in being in this year's school yearbook can report to Computer Lab 2 during their resource to have their picture taken! Please see Mrs. Yerkes in B-7 with questions!
  • To all Cast and Crew! Thoroughly Modern Millie Jr. Viewing in the auditorium Friday, February 15th from 3:40-5:30 Snack with water provided or bring your own.

February 12

  • Anime club will not be meeting this Wednesday - sponsor will not be available.
  • Attention students and staff. We will be having our next Free Throw Shooting contest this Thursday, February 14 starting at 7:45am in the small gym. Students are required to register on the Harmony website. Staff can simply show up and join the fun.
  • Kindness quote for today: "If you want to lift yourself up, lift up someone else"
  • Buddy Club will meet this Wednesday from 3:45-4:15 in FACS 3.
  • Symphonic Band and Concert Band students - this is a reminder about the pre-assessment concert today at Woodgrove. Students staying after school today should report to the cafeteria at 3:45. If you forgot your concert attire today, please contact someone at home to bring it to school today or to bring it to Woodgrove.
  • This week is Kindness Week at Harmony. The SCA has put together a short video explaining the “COMPASSION CARDS” created by the SCA. This video is less than 2 minutes; teachers, please view the video so everyone has understanding of the how the Compassion Cards work. Resource teachers: Please show this video to all your resource classes on Monday and Tuesday. These cards will be available for students to pick up during the lunch shifts on Wed, Thurs and Friday next week.
  • Any student who is interested in being in this year's school yearbook can report to Computer Lab 2 during their resource to have their picture taken! Please see Mrs. Yerkes in B-7 with questions!
  • Attention 8th Graders: Members of the Woodgrove High School newspaper staff will be visiting Harmony before school on Wednesday, Feb. 13. They will be here to to provide information about the journalism and publications department at Woodgrove and will share how you can become a member of one of these award-winning staffs! The first step in joining the newspaper or yearbook staff is to register for the Intro to Journalism class as a freshman. This class provides a fun and interactive introduction to the world of journalism, and students can become published writers and photographers by the end of their freshman year just by taking the course. Stop by to meet the staff of the Woodgrove Outlander on Wed. morning to learn more!

February 11

  • Attention Band students - Today's clinics with Dr. Hilliard are still on. All students in Mr. Fairchild's second block classes report to the band room at the beginning of second block. Sixth grade students with passes from their teacher may attend during third block. All Concert Band students report to the band room at the beginning of fourth block.
  • Kindness quote for today, as quoted by Henry James: "Three things in life are important. The first is to be kind, the second is to be kind, and the third is to be kind."
  • This week is Kindness Week at Harmony. The SCA has put together a short video explaining the “COMPASSION CARDS” created by the SCA. This video is less than 2 minutes; teachers, please view the video so everyone has understanding of the how the Compassion Cards work. Resource teachers: Please show this video to all your resource classes on Monday and Tuesday. These cards will be available for students to pick up during the lunch shifts on Wed, Thurs and Friday next week.
  • Any student who is interested in being in this year's school yearbook can report to Computer Lab 2 during their resource to have their picture taken! Please see Mrs. Yerkes in B-7 with questions!
  • Congratulations to James Wagner, the winner of the library challenge question. He knew that 15 year-old Claudette Colvin refused to give up her seat on the bus 9 months BEFORE Rosa Parks. James has earned 25 points for the Wolf Team and a trip to the prize palace.
  • Attention 8th Graders: Members of the Woodgrove High School newspaper staff will be visiting Harmony before school on Wednesday, Feb. 13. They will be here to to provide information about the journalism and publications department at Woodgrove and will share how you can become a member of one of these award-winning staffs! The first step in joining the newspaper or yearbook staff is to register for the Intro to Journalism class as a freshman. This class provides a fun and interactive introduction to the world of journalism, and students can become published writers and photographers by the end of their freshman year just by taking the course. Stop by to meet the staff of the Woodgrove Outlander on Wed. morning to learn more!

February 8

  • To all Cast and Crew! Thoroughly Modern Millie Jr. Viewing in the auditorium Friday, February 15th from 3:40-5:30 Snack with water provided or bring your own.
  • Attention 8th graders! Have you noticed a new face in your hallways? Your counselor, Mrs. Sharp, has an counselor intern working with her through the end of the school year. Her name is Mrs. Malley. Mrs. Malley is a previous elementary school teacher, and is now studying to become a school counselor through her program at George Mason University. Please stop by Mrs. Sharp's office to introduce yourself and say hello to her! She is looking forward to talking with you. Mrs. Malley will be here on Tuesdays and Thursdays each week.
  • Calling all Eagles, Sharks, and Wolves! Bring your box tops to the library from now until February 22nd. The team with the most box tops wins big time points!
  • Attention students and staff. We will be having our next Free Throw Shooting contest next week on Thursday, February 14 starting at 7:45am in the small gym. Students are required to register on the Harmony website. Staff can also join the fun.
  • LIAM will meet today during all lunches in the library. Yearbook photos will be taken so please plan to attend.

February 7

  • Battle of the Books practice scheduled for today has been postponed until NEXT THURSDAY. This gives you an extra week to prepare for your first 5 point question show-down.
  • Attention 8th graders! Have you noticed a new face in your hallways? Your counselor, Mrs. Sharp, has an counselor intern working with her through the end of the school year. Her name is Mrs. Malley. Mrs. Malley is a previous elementary school teacher, and is now studying to become a school counselor through her program at George Mason University. Please stop by Mrs. Sharp's office to introduce yourself and say hello to her! She is looking forward to talking with you. Mrs. Malley will be here on Tuesdays and Thursdays each week.
  • Calling all Eagles, Sharks, and Wolves! Bring your box tops to the library from now until February 22nd. The team with the most box tops wins big time points!
  • The FCA will be meeting this Friday at 7:45 in the Auxillary Gym. Come for fellowship, food and fun.
  • LIAM will meet on Friday during all lunches, in the library. Yearbook pictures will be taken so be sure to attend!

February 6

  • Calling all Eagles, Sharks, and Wolves! Bring your box tops to the library from now until February 22nd. The team with the most box tops wins big time points!
  • This is a reminder to the Battle of the Books team that we have practice in the library tomorrow during lunch. Please bring your lunch, books, and any questions you've written.
  • To all Cast and Crew! Thoroughly Modern Millie Jr. Viewing in the auditorium Friday, February 15th from 3:40-5:30. Snack with water provided or bring your own.
  • The FCA will be meeting this Friday at 7:45 in the Auxillary Gym. Come for fellowship, food and fun.
  • Please complete the Library Feedback survey by Wednesday. You can find it on the Student Page of the Library Website. We value your opinions!
  • Rehearsal for the SAB Choir for District Chorus will be today after school from 3:45-5:15.

February 5

  • Harmony's Student Council Association (SCA) will meet tomorrow, Wednesday, February 6 at 8 AM in B-17. This is a must-attend meeting. Please have your Kindness week assignments ready. We'll also be retaking our club photo so come prepared.
  • Yearbook Announcement: Any student who received a note about making up their portrait picture for the yearbook may still do so! Please report to Computer Lab 2 either today, tomorrow or Thursday!
  • Please complete the Library Feedback survey by Wednesday. You can find it on the Student Page of the Library Website. We value your opinions!
  • The FCA will be meeting this Friday at 7:45 in the Auxillary Gym. Come for fellowship, food and fun.

February 4

  • Club photos are TODAY in the auditorium! Announcements will not be made, so please make sure you check the posted schedules and write down your club picture times in your agenda. Keep an eye on the clock and leave a few minutes before the scheduled time!
  • Please complete the Library Feedback survey by Wednesday. You can find it on the Student Page of the Library Website. We value your opinions!
  • District Chorus Rehearsal for the SSA Choir is today after school in the choir room from 3:45-5:15
  • The FCA will be meeting this Friday at 7:45 in the Auxillary Gym. Come for fellowship, food and fun.

January 29

  • The Harmony Student Council Association (SCA) will meet tomorrow in B-17 at 8:00 AM. if there is a delay, the meeting will take place next Wednesday. Repeat: The SCA will only meet if schools are ON TIME tomorrow. Please check Google Classroom for further announcements.

January 28

  • Congratulations to the cast and crew of Thoroughly Modern Millie! The show was fabulous! Thank you also, to all administration , faculty and staff who came out in support! Cast ans crew stay tuned for our information regarding our scrap booking session to be held in February!
  • Attention students and staff. We will be having our next Free Throw Shooting contest this Thursday starting at 7:45am in the small gym. Students are required to register on the Harmony website. Staff can also join the fun.
  • Calling All Girls Interested in Coding...no experience necessary. We will be starting a Girls Who Code Club for the spring. If interested, please see Mrs. Bredice in B4 for more information.
  • Students - please remember to complete the Library Feedback Survey before the end of this week. Follow the link on the Student Page of the library site to answer the questions. We really want to hear from you!

January 25

  • Congratulations to 6th grader, Grayson Weathington, with his wonder, "Why does every person like different types of books?" Come to the library, Grayson, to have your picture taken as the Wonder of the Day for Thursday!
  • You only have one more week to complete the Library Feedback Survey. Please take a few moments to help us create the library you want! The link is on the Harmony Library Student Page. Need help? Come to the library!
  • Calling All Girls Interested in Coding...no experience necessary. We will be starting a Girls Who Code Club for the spring. If interested, please see Mrs. Bredice in B4 for more information.
  • Don’t miss this classic broadway production of Thoroughly Modern Millie! Get your tickets now for this year's fabulous Harmony Drama production. Coom see your friends perform as they tap their way from the midwest to New York City! Click on the Millie link on Harmony's home page and purchase your tickets today!
  • The winner of the library challenge question is Emma Hooftallen! She knew that trivia fact #1 and #6 in the library were actually completely false. Emma has won a trip to the prize palace and 25 points for the Shark team!
  • Congratulations to Team Wolf for winning the second quarter team challenge! The wolves edged out the sharks with 790 points. The sharks earned 755 points while the Eagles weren't far behind with 680 points. Wolves, stay tuned for your reward. Eagles and sharks, the third quarter competition is underway so stay sharp!

January 24

  • The Harmony choice for the superhero with the best superpower is...Superman! The Wonder of the Day for Wednesday was from 7th grader, Logan MacDonald with his question; 'When was the term 'soulmate' first used? Logan, come to the library for your picture and answer.
  • The FCA will be meeting this Friday at 7:45 in the Auxillary Gym. Come for fellowship, food and fun.
  • Calling All Girls Interested in Coding...no experience necessary. We will be starting a Girls Who Code Club for the spring. If interested, please see Mrs. Bredice in B4 for more information.
  • Don’t miss this classic broadway production of Thoroughly Modern Millie! Get your tickets now for this year's fabulous Harmony Drama production. Coom see your friends perform as they tap their way from the midwest to New York City! Click on the Millie link on Harmony's home page and purchase your tickets today!

January 23

  • There is magic afoot in the library! Bring your lunch to the library tomorrow for the Harry Potter Goblet of Fire event.
  • The FCA will be meeting this Friday at 7:45 in the Auxillary Gym. Come for fellowship, food and fun.
  • Calling All Girls Interested in Coding...no experience necessary. We will be starting a Girls Who Code Club for the spring. If interested, please see Mrs. Bredice in B4 for more information.
  • Don’t miss this classic broadway production of Thoroughly Modern Millie! Get your tickets now for this year's fabulous Harmony Drama production. Coom see your friends perform as they tap their way from the midwest to New York City! Click on the Millie link on Harmony's home page and purchase your tickets today!
  • If you applied to be a library worker in September and were assigned second semester, please stop by the library during your next Resource.

January 22

  • Today is the Tower of Books Celebration in the cafeteria! Congratulations to all who completed the challenge.
  • Congratulations to Tommy Harrington who had the last Wonder of the Day for Quarter 2! He wondered, 'If someone is born deaf, what language do they think in?' Come to the library, Tommy, to get your answer and have your picture taken.
  • Calling All Girls Interested in Coding...no experience necessary. We will be starting a Girls Who Code Club for the spring. If interested, please see Mrs. Bredice in B4 for more information.
  • Attention students and staff. We will be having our next Free Throw Shooting contest next week on Thursday, January 31 starting at 7:45am in the small gym. Students are required to register on the Harmony website. Staff can also join the fun.
  • If you applied to be a library worker in September and were assigned second semester, please stop by the library during your next Resource.
  • WEB Leaders, please remember to come to the library at the start of your lunch today for a brief meeting before tomorrow's HIVE Time.
  • Don’t miss this classic broadway production of Thoroughly Modern Millie! Get your tickets now for this year's fabulous Harmony Drama production. Coom see your friends perform as they tap their way from the midwest to New York City! Click on the Millie link on Harmony's home page and purchase your tickets today!
  • Harmony Student Council Association (SCA) will be meeting tomorrow, Wednesday, Jan 23 at 8 AM in B-17. If you have made a commitment to develop a poster upcoming projects and activities, please have it ready by tomorrow's meeting. It should be created on Google Docs or Slides and shared with Mr. Cassutto. Thanks.
  • Attention Sixth Graders. The Mad Science Club will begin this Wednesday! A few spot remain open. Pick-up your registration form in room C8 today.

January 17

  • All Tower of Book Challenges are due today, signed by your teacher, in the library.
  • Congratulations to Dani Vitello who had the Wonder of the Day yesterday with her question; 'What was the first written language in the whole world?' The answer is Sumerian and dates to 3500 BC. Dani, come to the library to get your picture taken!
  • This is a reminder for the Battle of the Books team. We are meeting in the library today! Please bring your lunch, battle books, and any questions you've written.
  • Calling All Girls Interested in Coding...no experience necessary. We will be starting a Girls Who Code Club for the spring. If interested, please see Mrs. Bredice in B4 for more information.

January 16

  • Club photos are cancelled! Future date TBD!
  • Congratulations to Colin McIntyre who had Tuesday's Wonder of the Day with the question, "Which Superhero has the best superpower?" Help Colin find his answer today by voting in the library.
  • A reminder from the Library that your Tower of Books Challenge forms are due by Thursday, January 17th. Remember to have your English teacher sign your form!

January 15

  • Club pictures are tomorrow in the auditorium! Please check the schedules posted in each house by the water fountain, bathrooms and house office. Write down your club times in your agenda, keep your eye on the clock and head to the auditorium a few minutes before the scheduled time. Additional announcements will not be made! See Mrs. Martin in A-8 or Mrs. Yerkes in B-7 with questions!
  • The Harmony Student Council Association will meet tomorrow in B-17. If there is no delay, we will meet at our regular 8:00 AM meeting time. If there is a two-hour delay, we’ll meet two hours later at 10:00 AM. If you cannot attend, please let the attending secretary, SCA president, or faculty adviser know. See you then.
  • Congratulations to Ms. Brooke Winsor who had the Wonder of the Day on Friday with the question 'How many times a day does the average person swallow?". The answer is at least 900 times a day or once a minute. Come to the library to get your picture taken, Ms. Winsor!
  • Come see your Harmony peers tap their way to NYC in this year's musical production, Thoroughly Modern Millie! Music, dance, romance and organized crime...something for everyone! Get your tickets now! Go to the Harmony website and click on the Millie icon. Hope to see you there!
  • The end of the quarter is almost here and TEAM WOLF is in the lead! However, only 20 points separate each team. You can help your team by turning in your overdue library books. Teachers--you can help all the teams by sending the results of your review games or other classroom events to Ms. Rovang so points can be awarded.
  • A reminder from the Library that your Tower of Books Challenge forms are due by Thursday, January 17th. Remember to have your English teacher sign your form!

January 11

  • Come see your Harmony peers tap their way to NYC in this year's musical production, Thoroughly Modern Millie! Music, dance, romance and organized crime...something for everyone! Get your tickets now! Go to the Harmony website and click on the Millie icon. Hope to see you there!
  • Congratulations to the Geography Bee winners: Patrick Lyons - 3rd Place (6th grade); Todd White - 2nd Place (8th grade); James Torrible - 1st Place (6th grade). Congratulations to all the participants and especially our school champion James Torrible ! Well Done!
  • Congratulations to Andrew Green who had the Wonder of the Day on Thursday. He wondered 'How long can you honk a car horn before it loses it's honk? The answer is 39.5 minutes. Andrew - come to the library to get your picture taken!
  • The end of the quarter is almost here and TEAM WOLF is in the lead! However, only 20 points separate each team. You can help your team by turning in your overdue library books. Teachers--you can help all the teams by sending the results of your review games or other classroom events to Ms. Rovang so points can be awarded.

January 10

  • The FCA will be meeting this Friday at 7:45 in the Auxillary Gym. Come for fellowship, food and fun.
  • Congratulations to 6th grader Amanda Nguyen who had the 'Wonder of the Day' yesterday with her question; "Who put the ABC in the order it's in right now?" Amanda, please come to the library for the answer and to have your picture taken for the Wonder Window.
  • Reminder to all Geography Bee finalists. Please go to your 4th block class first and check in with your teacher. An announcement will be made to dismiss you to the auditorium for the bee. Thank you and good luck to all participants.

January 9

  • Attention all Geography Bee finalists. The school geography bee will be held tomorrow during 4th block in the auditorium. Please go to your 4th block class first. An announcement will be made to dismiss you from class around 2:10. Thank you and good luck to all participants.

January 8

  • Any 8th graders interested in playing Freshman football next year, please go to Mr. C’s room C9 during resource and sign the interest form.
  • Buddy Club will NOT be meeting tomorrow. Our next meeting will be in February. Please be sure to let your parents know if you have not already!

January 7

  • Congratulations to 6th grader Kevin Jaworski - winner of the Library Challenge question. Kevin - come to the library today to choose your prize from the Palace!
  • Team Eagle is in first place by only 40 points, and second quarter is coming to an end! If you would like to help your team earn 100 points, return your overdue library books by Tuesday afternoon. The team with the fewest overdues will earn the 100 points and possibly take first place.
  • LIAM, the Library Student Advisory Team, will meet on Monday, January 7th in the library during all lunches.
  • Any 8th graders interested in playing Freshman football next year, please go to Mr. C’s room C9 during resource and sign the interest form.
  • Attention Sixth Graders. The Mad Science Club will begin Wednesday, January 23rd. Pickup a registration form in room C8 today.

January 4

  • Attention Sixth Graders. The Mad Science Club will begin Wednesday, January 23rd. Pickup a registration form in room C8 today.
  • Buddy Club will NOT be meeting next Wednesday. Our next meeting will be in February. Please be sure to let your parents know!
  • This is your chance to help your team earn major points! The library will be running a school-wide overdue report Monday afternoon and giving the team with the fewest overdues 100 points! The Eagle team is currently in first place by only 40 points.
  • LIAM, the Library Student Advisory Team, will meet on Monday, January 7th in the library during all lunches.
  • Any 8th graders interested in playing Freshman football next year, please go to Mr. C’s room C9 during resource and sign the interest form.

January 3

  • Attention Sixth Graders. The Mad Science Club will begin Wednesday, January 23rd. Pickup a registration form in room C8 today.

January 2

  • This is a reminder to the Battle of the Books team - we have practice in the library during lunch tomorrow (Thursday). Please bring your lunch, the battle books, and any questions you wrote over the break.

December 20

  • Reminder: The Buddy club holiday lunch will be held during 1st lunch today in FACS 2. Hope to see you there!
  • Don't forget to buy your tickets to see "Thoroughly Modern Millie". Go to Showtix4u and get yours today. Ticket information is located on posters around the school, the Harmony Drama home page and on Peach Jar. Tickets make an excellent gift as well... especially for those who have everything!

December 19

  • The LIAM meeting today is postponed until January. Please check Google Classroom for information.

December 18

  • Don't forget to buy your tickets to see "Thoroughly Modern Millie". Go to Showtix4u and get yours today. Ticket information is located on posters around the school, the Harmony Drama home page and on Peach Jar. Tickets make an excellent gift as well... especially for those who have everything!
  • LIAM will meet tomorrow during all lunches in the library.

December 17

  • A reminder that all Library Workers should plan to attend their luncheon today in the library.
  • A reminder that the Fantastic Beasts Harry Potter Celebration will take place during all lunches tomorrow.

December 14

  • This information is for those 8th grade students who took the PSAT. In order to view your scores, you will need to go to the Academies of Loudoun website, click on the Admission tab, select FALL ADMISSIONS from the selections on the left, and there you will find a link to the information directing you to create an account to view your scores. If a student is under the age of 13, the college board will not allow a student to create an online account. If this is the case, the student should contact the Acladmissions@lcps.org to request a copy of their score report. In the request for the report, parents will have to specifically give permission to email the score. They should include the student’s name and student ID number. I hope this information is helpful. Please let me know if you have any other questions. Mrs. O'Brien
  • 6th Grade Book Club meets today in the library.
  • All LIAM members - please see Mrs. McGilvray some time today for important information.

December 13

  • Congratulations to 7th grader, Noah Ubial, for his winning entry in the Library Character Matching Game. Please come to the library to make your choice at the Prize Palace.
  • LIAM, the Library Student Advisory Team, will meet today in the library during all lunches.
  • This information is for those 8th grade students who took the PSAT. In order to view your scores, you will need to go to the Academies of Loudoun website, click on the Admission tab, select FALL ADMISSIONS from the selections on the left, and there you will find a link to the information directing you to create an account to view your scores. If a student is under the age of 13, the college board will not allow a student to create an online account. If this is the case, the student should contact the Acladmissions@lcps.org to request a copy of their score report. In the request for the report, parents will have to specifically give permission to email the score. They should include the student’s name and student ID number. I hope this information is helpful. Please let me know if you have any other questions. Mrs. O'Brien

December 12

  • Reminder that the Free Throw Shooting Contest will be held tomorrow starting at 8am in the Aux Gym. Students need to register online at the Harmony website. Staff is also welcome to join in the fun. See you on Thursday!
  • Chorus 7 and 8 rehearsal today after school in the auditorium!

December 11

  • 7th & 8th Grade Genre Lunch Bunch meets today in the library. Bring your favorite fantasy novel and your Chromebook to record your review on Flipgrid during 2nd & 3rd lunches today.
  • Join us in the library on Wednesday for a Jason Reynolds marathon! Bring your lunch to the library and get a preview of the author coming to Tuscarora High School this Saturday.
  • December Holiday Spirit Week is coming. Monday, December 17th, Holiday Spirit will see us through the week..wear your holiday head wear. Tuesday, December 18th, Rock it out with holiday socks, Wednesday, December 18th, is a winter white out. Thursday, December 20th, Our last day of the year...give a cheer and wear your ugly holiday sweaters.
  • Reminder: Buddy Club meets tomorrow, December 12th. It will be held in FACS 3 from 3:45 to 4:15. Tomorrow's meeting will discuss our upcoming Holiday Lunch and we will create gifts for our buddies.
  • We will be having our second Free Throw Shooting Contest of the year this Thursday starting at 8am in the small gym. And for this contest, we are also inviting any staff which want to join the fun. After some practice, everyone will attempt 10 free throws. The ones that make the most out of 10 will go onto the next round until we have our winner. We are limiting this event to 30 students and all students must register on the Harmony website. Staff does not need to register and can simply show up. See Mr. Stewart or Mr. Widzinski if you have any questions.

December 10

  • Chorus 6 will rehearse after school from 3:45-5:00. Students should go to their lockers and then report to the auditorium.

December 6

  • Reminder Captain Johns from the NJROTC will be here on Tuesday morning, December 11, from 8:00-8:30 in the library to discuss the NJROTC program at Loudoun County high school. Any 8th grade students interested in learning about the program must sign up with Mrs. Dacey in the House A office.
  • Do you like basketball? We will be having our second Free Throw Throwing Contest of the year. It will happen next Thursday, December 13, starting at 8am in the small gym. And for this contest, we are also inviting any staff which want to try their luck at shooting free throws. After some practice, everyone will attempt 10 free throws. The ones that make the most out of 10 will go onto the next round until we have our winners. We are limiting this event to 30 students and all students must register on the Harmony website. Staff does not need to register and can simply show up. See Mr. Stewart or Mr. Widzinski if you have any questions.

December 5

  • The Battle of the Books team would like to welcome the 6th grade recruits who will be joining the team! There will be a battle meeting during every lunch block tomorrow in the library. Don’t forget your lunch.

December 4

  • All SCA officers on the Student Council Executive Committee: please stop by B-17 during Resource or Lunch to have your picture taken for the Empty Bowls event tomorrow.
  • The Student Council General Assembly and officer will meet tomorrow, Wednesday, Dec. 5, at 8am in B-17 for an all-hands-on-deck meeting to prepare for involvement in the Empty Bowls event. Please be on time.

December 3

  • Captain Johns of the Loudoun County NJROTC will be here on December 11 at 8am, to discuss the NJROTC program with any interested 8th grade students. We will meet in the library. Interested students can sign up with Mrs. Dacey.
  • Reminder to all 6th Grade Band students about today's full band rehearsal. Report to the auditorium after school, rehearsal is from 3:45 until 5:00.
  • Congratulations to TEAM Shark for winning the Kindness flower competition on Relax and Be Kind day earning your team a 100 points. TEAM Eagle earned 50 points and TEAM Wolf earned 25 points. TEAM Eagle now takes the lead.
  • The following students have won a gift card for their Kindness flower. Please come to House A to redeem your awesome gift card: Peter Goode, Jessica Golman, Abbigaile Nutter, Maya Holmes, Shealyn Olsen, Cole Mohler, Shanna Jones, Martin Malaespina, Tanner Vincent, Gracie Mae Terrell.

November 28

  • The FCA will be meeting this Friday at 7:45 in the Auxillary Gym. Come for fellowship, food and fun.
  • This Thursday will be "Relax and Be Kind Day". Get ready to hear relaxing island music between classes and learn new ways to practice kindness. DON'T FORGET to wear your Hawaiian themed clothing this Thursday!
  • The Poke-ma-gather-ioh Club starts meeting this Thursday after school from 3:45-4:30. If you play Pokemon, Magic the Gathering, Yu-Gi-Oh or D -n- D, come join the group for some fun and games. Permission forms can be picked up in any house office and must be truned in to Mr. White in the main office by the end of the day today.

November 27

  • The FCA will be meeting this Friday at 7:45 in the Auxillary Gym. Come for fellowship, food and fun.

November 26

  • 6th Grade Book Club will meet tomorrow in the library during lunch.
  • The final NANOWRIMO Wednesday will take place this week. If you would like to meet our Guest Author, Erin Teagan, and get tips on publishing, please complete a permission slip and join us in the library.

November 20

  • Battle of the Books team: Your votes have been tallied and the 4 titles selected. Stop by the library today to see this year's battle books. Our next meeting will take place in the library December 6.

November 19

  • 7th Grade Students: Please don't forget to pack your lunch for tomorrow's field trip. Don't forget cell phones will not be allowed in the theatre so it will need to be left at home or on the bus.
  • Attention Battle of the Books team - Your first meeting will take place during lunch in the library. Be prepared to suggest titles for the battle competition.

November 16

  • LIAM (Library Student Advisory Team) will meet today in the library during all lunches.
  • 7th and 8th Graders: Battle of the Books forms are due today in the library.
  • Attention Student: We ill not be taking club pictures today! A new schedule will be announced soon.
  • THANKS to all those staff, students and parents who participated in WOW Night. A night like this is a testament to how people of all cultures can live and work and play in Harmony!

November 14

  • Today is NANOWRIMO Wednesday in the library. If you have truned in your permission slip you are welcome to come and write in the library until 5:00 today.
  • The Sudent Library Advosry Committee (LIAM) will meet tomorrow during all lunches in the library.
  • RELAX AND BE KIND DAY has been POSTPONED until November 29! The day will be filled with tropical music and relaxing activities. There will also be a team competition! By participating in the team competition, you are in the running to win a gift card! $50 worth of gift cards will be given away! More information will be given in the morning announcments next week so be sure to listen. Finally, don't forget to wear your Hawaiian themed clothes on the 29th! Check out Harmony's website for all of the information and all of the day's activites.
  • The Buddy Club Brunch will be held in FACS Room 2 next Monday morning from 8-8:40am. We hope you can join us.
  • This is a reminder to 7th and 8th graders that Battle of the Books forms are due this Friday in the library.
  • Our Harmony Family is invited to share culture, foods, games, architecture and the citizenship test tonight from 6:30-8:30. Our sharing of the Wonders of the World can help us better understand others, as well as ourselves. We can't wait to see you! Please see Sra. McCarthy, Sra. Igoe, Frau Yerkes, Madame Knobbs or Mrs. Miller if you have any questions or need information.

November 13

  • Reminder: Buddy Club meets tomorrow, Wednesday November 14th. It will be held in FACS 3 from 3:45 to 4:15. Tomorrow's meeting will discuss our upcoming Thanksgiving Brunch and our buddy partnerships. If you are still interested in joining it's not too late, please fill out an application from any house office and have your parents sign it.

November 12

  • A table will be located outside the cafeteria during each lunch break for students to stop and fill out a flower. Describe a kindness someone did for you and how that mattered to you. You can remain anonymous or you can include your name. These flowers will be posted on the bulletin board outside House B.
  • Do not forget to wear Hawaiian themed clothes this Thuersday for Relax and Be Kind Day.
  • Come Spin With Us! The Harmony MS Color Guard Club is starting on Thursday, Nov. 29 from 4:15-6:00pm in the Aux Gym. We meet every Thursday. Look for flyers around school. Come learn how to dance and spin!

November 9

  • Come Spin With Us! The Harmony MS Color Guard Club is starting on Thursday, Nov. 29 from 4:15-6:00pm in the Aux Gym. We meet every Thursday. Look for flyers around school. Come learn how to dance and spin!
  • The "Poke-mag-gath-ioh" club will start on November 29 and meet each Thursday through December 21. Permission forms are in each House office. Please return your completed form to Mr. White in the main office.
  • This is a reminder for all 7th-8th graders interested in Battle of the Books, don't forget to stop by the library for your information Q&A session. Completed forms are due on November 16.
  • Next Thursday is RELAX AND BE KIND DAY! The day will be filled with tropical music and relaxing activities. There will also be a team competition! By participating in the team competition, you are in the running to win a gift card! $50 worth of gift cards will be given away! More information will be given in the morning announcments next week so be sure to listen. Finally, don't forget to wear your Hawaiian themed clothes next Thursday!

November 8

  • The FCA will be meeting this Friday at 7:45 in the Auxillary Gym. Come for fellowship, food and fun.
  • Come Spin With Us! The Harmony MS Color Guard Club is starting on Thursday, Nov. 29 from 4:15-6:00pm in the Aux Gym. We meet every Thursday. Look for flyers around school. Come learn how to dance and spin!
  • The "Poke-mag-gath-ioh" club will start on November 29 and meet each Thursday through December 21. Permission forms are in each House office. Please return your completed form to Mr. White in the main office.

November 7

  • The FCA will be meeting this Friday at 7:45 in the Auxillary Gym. Come for fellowship, food and fun.
  • Symphonic Band students who are participating in the Hillsboro Academy performance, this is a reminder that you have rehearsal today during 6th block. Make sure to check in with your 6th block teacher and report to the orchestra room.
  • Don't forget! Tomorrow is Harry Potter Day in the library. Wear your house colors and bring your lunch and device to the library during all lunch shifts. You do not have to have read the books to participate in this magical event!
  • 6th Grade Book Club members please return your books. Round 2 begins on Friday in the library at lunch. Newcomers are welcome.
  • Today is NANOWRIMO Wednesday in the library. If you have truned in your permission slip you are welcome to come and write in the library until 5:00 today.
  • The "Poke-mag-gath-ioh" club will start on November 29 and meet each Thursday through December 21. Permission forms are in each House office. Please return your completed form to Mr. White in the main office.

November 1

  • Audition prep classes for Millie start today. If you are auditioning you must attend one class only. Today or tomorrow after school 3:40-5:30. There is no mandatory parents meeting tonight. The parents meeting is scheduled for November 13th at 7:00. Please inform your parents if you are auditioning for mIllie that there is no meeting for them tonight!!!
  • Students participating in our NANOWRIMO Kickoff in the library after school today, please bring your chromebooks as we will be doing a Google Hangout with our guest author, Erin Teagan.
  • Happy November 1st, otherwise known as the first day of NANOWRIMO or National Novel Writing Month. Our entire 8th grade is particpating and aiming to topple 3 million words...in one month! To help with that goal, the Library is sponsoring "Wrimo Wednesdays". The first one is this afternoon. You must have returned a permission slip to attend. Report to the library after school, enjoy a snack and a visit from an author. Best of luck 8th graders!
  • CONGRATULATIONS to our Free Throw Contest winner from this morning: Matt Chmielewski, who shot an impressive 9 out of 10 in the final round to capture the championship! Matt, along with Jaden Boring, Luke Jenkins and Ethan Tehan all made it to the second round of the contest.

October 31

  • Genre Book Club meets today during 2nd and 3rd lunches. Bring a mystery book or find one today.
  • NANOWRIMO participants please bring your Chromebook after school tomorrow so you can join the Google Hangout with our guest author, Erin Teagan.
  • 6th Grade Book Club members please return your books.
  • Students, we still have spots available for the Free Throw Throwing contest tomorrow morning. It all starts at 8am in the Aux Gym. After some practice, each student will get to throw 10 free throws. The ones that make the most out of 10 will go onto the next round until we have our winners. Go to the Harmony website and sign-up today.

October 30

  • If you pre-ordered the new Diary of a Wimpy Kid, today is the day! They are here! You may stop by the library to pick up your copy.
  • Attention 7th and 8th graders - tomorrow is the first Genre Lunch Bunch. This month our genre is mystery so if you need to find a great mystery book or you have a title to recommend, come to the library during 2nd and 3rd lunches.
  • National Novel Writing Month begins on Thursday - please return your permission slips to the library as soon as possible so you can attend.

October 29

  • The 8th Grade Spectrum Field trip is tomorrow. Please arrive no later than 7:30am! Remember to bring money for lunch.
  • 6th Grade Orchestra has rehearsal today after school until 5:15pm.
  • Come bring the Roaring 20s to HM! Pick up an audition form from the display in front of the Auditorium. Fill it out and turn it into Prep Class! Mandatory Prep Class will be held November 1 and 2, 3:40-t:50 in the Auditorium. You MUST ATTEND ONE! Turn in your form and learn your song! Audition Dates for 6th and 7th Grade are November 7th, 3:40-5:30pm. 8th Grade and Call Backs (ALL Grades) are November 8, 3:40-5:30pm. All in the Auditorium.
  • The first Genre Lunch Bunch will meet this Wednesday during 7th and 8th grade lunches. Bring a mystery book to share or come to find one to read.
  • NANOWRIMO Permission Slips are due this Wednesday for 6th and 7th graders wishing to participate in NANOWRIMO After School Sessions. Please return your completed forms to the library.

October 26

  • The 6th Grade Book Club will meet today in the library. Be sure to bring your book and your Golden Line. New members are welcome!

October 25

  • The FCA will be meeting tomorrow at 7:45 in the Auxillary Gym. Come for fellowship, food and fun. We will be playing "Capture the Critter". All are welcome!

October 23

  • Our regularly scheduled Student Council Association meeting will be held at 8am tomorrow, Wednesday in B-17. Please be on time.
  • English Teachers! Please encourage your students to enter the SCA Veteran's Day Writing Contest! Due November 1. Any length or format. $50 proze. Read your winning entry at the SCA Veteran's Day Assembly on November 8.
  • 6th Graders! The Mad Science Club starts tomorrow. It is not too late to join the fun. Pick up a registration form in Room C-8 today.
  • The FCA will be meeting this Friday at 7:45 in the Auxillary Gym. Come for fellowship, food and fun.

October 19

  • Attention all band students that participated in the band boosters fundraiser: All cookie dough orders will be delivered to Harmony on Tuesday, October 23. Students should plan to be picked up from school that day or can go home and return to Harmony by 6:00 to pick up their orders. See Mr. Fairchild today if you have any questions.
  • Symphonic Band, Jazz Band 7, and Percussion Ensemble students that are interested in auditioning for District Band, please see Mr. Fairchild today to pick up audition and registration information.
  • With recent points added for German Octoberfest volunteers and 6th grade Top Typing Club winners, the Sharks are in the lead with 580 points, Wolves are in 2nd with 530 points, and the Eagles have 400 points.

October 15

  • Hello Harmony! We are still collecting change and it's starting to add up. Please donate. We'll keep collecting as long as the need is still there.
  • The results are in and the library challenege question was a 3-way tie. One student from each team submitted the correct answer which was 2,500 stars. Drewry Billman, Tommy Harrington and Sydney Parise may report to the library to visit the Prize Palace.
  • MADD Loudoun volunteer opportunity for students to collect used sneakers and earn 2 hours of community service. Students need to send an email to maddloudoun@aol.com to request the address to pick up the GotSneakers bag to start their collecting. Students will receive a letter that explains the MADD Loudoun sneaker collection process.
  • The Talent Show is coming! Sign-up before December 20. Show date is February 7. See the Harmony webpage for more information!

October 12

  • The Book Fair opend in the library on Monday at 8:15am! We will be open all week.
  • The Book Fair will be open from 5-8 on Thursday for Family Night.
  • 6th Grade Book Club meets today at lunch in the library.
  • The Student Council is sponsoring a Veteran's Day Wiring Contest for our assembly on November 8. Entries can be an essay or poem of any length on the theme of "What our Veterans Mean to Me". Deadline is November 1 to any house office or Mr. Cassutto. Winning prize is a $25 gift card. You will also get a chance to read your winning entry at the assembly.

October 11

  • The Library Student Advisory Team will meet today during all lunches in the library.
  • 6th Grade Book Club will meet tomorrow during lunch in the library. Please bring your book.
  • Students taking the PSAT this Saturday, October 13: Both students and parents should have received emails from the Academy of Loudoun detailing when to arrive, what to bring, as well as acceptable ID. Please read the information carefully. If you did not receive this email, please see Mrs. O'Brien and she will print out a copy for you.
  • Hey Harmony! Keep the change pouring in just like the rain outside. Please donate in any of the collection areas to make a change for someone else.

October 10

  • Harmony Students! Please donate change to help hurricane victims! Donate change in your house office, library and cafeteria. Donate your change to make a change!
  • 8th grade WEB leaders: You will have a meeting in the library during your lunch TODAY! Please bring your lunch with you to the library during your lunch time.
  • The FCA will be meeting this Friday at 7:45 in the Auxillary Gym. Come for fellowship, food and fun.

October 9

  • Congratulations to Hugh Brown who is the paper football tournament champion, and to CJ Carter who is the paper basketball tournament champion.
  • Reminder! Buddy Club starts tomorrow, October 10. It will be held in FACS3 from 3:45 to 4:15. Tomorrow's meeting will discuss what buddy club is, how to be involved, and events we have planned throughout the year! If you are still interested in joining, lpease fill out an application from any house office and have your parents signit. We look forward to a great year and hope you will join us!
  • The FCA will be meeting this Friday at 7:45 in Room C8. Come for fellowship, food and fun.

October 5

  • Attention French Club! Your t-shirt money is due to Madame Knobbs TODAY. Our next meeting will be October 17th.
  • 6th Grade Book Club meets today in the library during lunch. Bring your book and your lunch.

October 4

  • Attention French Club! Your t-shirt money is due to Madame Knobbs this Friday. Our next meeting will be October 17th.
  • Do you have any overdue library books? Next Wednesday, the library ladies are going to run an overdue report and award 100 points to the team with the fewest percentage of students with overdues. Less than 100 points separate the first place Shark team from the 2nd place Wolf team. This could be a game-changer! Make sure you stop by the librarty and renew your books.

October 2

  • Harmony's Student Council Association (SCA) will meet tomorrow, Wednesday, October 3 at 8AM in Room B17. New members are still welcome and encouraged to join. Please return your completed application to Mr. Cassutto or any house office.
  • Math Team Club will practice this Wednesday at 8AM in Room B4. We will problem solve until the bell rings. You must have turned in your paperwork in order to participate.

September 28

  • Attention all BAND students. The Cookie Dough Fundraiser begins today. Materials will be distributed to classes today and on Monday. If you do not have band class today and want to get the order forms and information, see Mr. Fairchild during lunch or during resource.
  • A reminder to all 6th grade book club members that we are meeting today during your lunch. Bring your books and your lunches to the library.
  • Do you have any loose change in your pockets or locker? Let your change help make a change. The 8th grade is collecting change in the house areas, library, cafeteria and main office. Donations will be used to help change the lives of those affected by the hurricane and help our partner school, Taonga Pre-School in Africa. You can make a difference.
  • As most of you may know, Hurricane Florence hit North and South Carolina and caused millions of dollars in damage and food banks ran out of food. We are trying to collect food for people suffering. If you would like to donate, the food must be non-perishable. You can also donate pet items and human sanitary items, like toothbrushes, toothpaste, and other items like that. If you want to donate, put your food inside the boxes by each house.

September 27

  • The FCA will hold their first meeting of the year tomorrow at 7:45. We are meeting in Room C8. Come for fellowship and fun.
  • The first German Club meeting of the year is today in Room B7 right after school. The meeting ends at 4:45pm.
  • A reminder to all 6th grade book club members that we are meeting tomorrow during your lunch. Bring your books and your lunches to the library.
  • Congratulations to the following students for being finalists in the yearbook design competition: Tanner Vincent, Lily Ghuzlan, Grace Gavlinski, Jack Fontaine, Cate Laverty, Joanna Walz, Kiera McMahon, Mary Gutshall and Alaina Santoli. And a Big Congratulations to Karlie Sprecher for having her design selected for this year's front cover.

September 24

  • This is a reminder for 8th grade library workers...please report for duty in the library during your assigned half block of resource. Any questions, stop by the library.
  • For students interested in ancient Rome, Latin language, and Roman and Greek mythology, Harmony's Latin Club might be right for you! Please see Mrs. Miller in B6 for more information. Please bring permission slips and dues to B6 on Tuesday or Thursday this week. Our first meeting will be this Thursday, September 27, after school until 4:30.
  • The Library Student Advisory Board will meet this week for the first time. If you applied, you are on the Board! We will meet at lunchtime in the library. 6th grade will meet tomorrow. 7th & 8th grade will meet during both lunches on Wednesday. Please bring your lunch and your best ideas!
  • If you have applied to be a member of the Harmony Student Council Association, please attend our first organizational meeting on Thursday, September 27, at 8am in Room B17. This meeting will be on Thursday because there is a conflict with our regularly scheduled Wednesday meetings. To keep up with SCA events and activities, please contact Mr. Cassutto for the SCA Google Classroom code or visit his Harmony Teacher page, where it is posted. Once you have joined, you'll receive updates on all of the SCA happenings. If you have not joined SCA, get an application from you local house office and return the completed form to the House office or Mr. Cassutto in B17 as soon as possible.

September 21

  • Are you somebody that likes to make new friends and help others? Is so - consider joining the Buddy Club. Applications can be found in the house offices and our first meeting will be after school on Wednesday, October 10. Listen for more details soon.

September 20

  • 8th grade library workers will have their orientation training in the library tomorrow at 8:15am. If you cannot make it, come to the library during your first available resource starting Friday.
  • 6th Grade Book Club will meet tomorrow in the library. Bring your lunch and get your books!
  • The Math Team is coming. We will begin practicing every Wednesday morning starting October 3, from 8am until 8:40am. The team is for ALL math classes in ALL grades. Ask your Math teacher for an application or go see Mrs. Bredice in B4.

September 19

  • The list of 8th grade library workers will be posted on the library door by this afternoon.
  • The Math Team is coming. We will begin practicing every Wednesday morning starting October 3, from 8am until 8:40am. The team is for ALL math classes in ALL grades. Ask your Math teacher for an application or go see Mrs. Bredice in B4.

September 18

  • The Math Team is coming. We will begin practicing every Wednesday morning starting October 3, from 8am until 8:40am. The team is for ALL math classes in ALL grades. Ask your Math teacher for an application or go see Mrs. Bredice in B4.

September 14

  • Fundraiser order forms are due today. Don't forget to turn in your CASH GRAB tickets by the end of the day for your last chance to win. Winners will be announced on Monday.

September 13

  • Don't forget to have your parents sign your CASH GRAB tickets tonight and turn them in tomorrow for your last chance to win cash and prizes. You will need to turn in your tickets to the bin in the main office marked CASH GRAB by the end of the school day tomorrow. Tomorrow is the due date for fundraiser order forms. Before turning in your fundraiser order for, please make sure to include all information that is asked for and print clearly. Double check that you have the correct payment amount for your orders as well.
  • Mrs. O'Brien has received copies of the PSAT practice test. Those students applying to the Academy of Science and are taking the PSAT are welcome to stop by Mrs. O'Brien's office and pick up  a copy.

September 12

  • All 8th grade yearbook cover designs are due to any art teacher TODAY.
  • This week is National Suicide Prevention week. Suicide can be prevented and people with suicidal thoughts and feelings can be helped. If you know of someone who has suicidal thoughts and feelings, be a friend and talk to someone on the Harmony Mental Health team by reaching out to a school counselor. To support suicide awareness, pick up a green ribbon from your school counselor and wear it the rest of the week.
  • This Friday is the due date for fundraiser order forms. Before turning in your fundraiser order for, please make sure to include all information that is asked for and print clearly. Double check that you have the correct payment amount for your orders as well.
  • Mrs. O'Brien has received copies of the PSAT practice test. Those students applying to the Academy of Science and are taking the PSAT are welcome to stop by Mrs. O'Brien's office and pick up  a copy.
  • How many wands did Daniel Radcliffe break making the Harry Potter movies? Test your wizarding knowledge this coming Tuesday in the library with a trivia showdown during lunch. Both staff and students are invited! Bring your lunch and your device, and anyone wearing Harry Potter spirit wear (no jeans for staff) will be sorted into a Hogwarts house.
  • Attention 8th graders - This is a reminder that 8th grade Library Worker applications are due Wednesday, September 19. Additional forms are available in the library.
  • Applications for the Library Student Advisory Board are due on Monday, September 17. You may apply online at the Harmony website on the Library page. Click 'Student Page' and you will see the Google form. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Rovang or Mrs. McGilvray.

September 11

  • Students, on this day 17 years ago, our country was attacked by a series of fours coordinated terrorist attacks. The attacks killed 2,996 people, injured over 6,000 others and caused at least $10 billion in infrastructure and property damage. All of the staff in this building were alive and were affected by what happened that day. None of the students in this school were born yet. It is like when I was little and my school told me about the bombing of Pearl Harbor. We knew it was a very bad thing but we hadn't lived through it. Seventeen years ago, today was a very scary day. As we pause for a minute of silence today, please reflect about today and think about how you can make positive decisions and actions in your lives to help others.
  • Anyone interested in joining Harmony Student Council Association (SCA) must complete an application and turn it into Mr. Cassutto by September 21. Applications are available in every house office and the main office or Room B17. There will be an informational meeting on Wednesday, September 12 at 8am in B17. Please be on time if you plan to attend. SCA is Harmony's student government. Participating in student government gives you, the students, the chance to make Harmony the place you want it to be for learning and activities. SCA supports the Veterans' Day assembly, fundraisers for good causes, and works with the administration to improve the school as a whole. There is a retreat and an awards ceremony at the end of the year for members who make the whole year an active one in SCA. SCA works with community organizations to make western Loudoun County a better place too. Harmony SCA is a great training ground for SCA at Woodgrove, which does what we do but on a larger scale. We hope you'll choose to make SCA one of your extra-curricular activities. See Mr. Cassutto in B17 if you have any questions.
  • All fundraiser order forms are due this Friday. Don;t forget to turn in your CASH GRAB tickets by Friday as well. It is your last chance to win! When putting in your tickets, grab an animal. They each have a code to win more prizes online. Details are in your fundraiser envelope.

September 10

  • Anyone interested in joining Harmony Student Council Association (SCA) must complete an application and turn it into Mr. Cassutto by September 21. Applications are available in every house office and the main office or Room B17. There will be an informational meeting on Wednesday, September 12 at 8am in B17. Please be on time if you plan to attend. SCA is Harmony's student government. Participating in student government gives you, the students, the chance to make Harmony the place you want it to be for learning and activities. SCA supports the Veterans' Day assembly, fundraisers for good causes, and works with the administration to improve the school as a whole. There is a retreat and an awards ceremony at the end of the year for members who make the whole year an active one in SCA. SCA works with community organizations to make western Loudoun County a better place too. Harmony SCA is a great training ground for SCA at Woodgrove, which does what we do but on a larger scale. We hope you'll choose to make SCA one of your extra-curricular activities. See Mr. Cassutto in B17 if you have any questions.
  • All students who have sold 5 or more items are eligible to win cash prizes this week. This is the FINAL week so don't forget to turn in your tickets. We will be pulling 1 winner to receive $50 cash, and 5 winners to receive $25 cash, as well as a few other prizes including a drone! Turn in your coupons to the bin in the main office marked CASH GRAB by the end of the school day this Friday.

September 6

  • Just a reminder for students who completed and turned in the Summer Reading Challenge to stop by the library for your celebration at the beginning of every lunch.
  • Those interested in applying to AOS or AET, the last information meeting session will be next Wednesday, September 12, at John Champe High School from 6:30-7:30. If you are applying to AOS, you will need a photo ID. If you have the College Board form, it must be on Harmony Letterhead. If you picked up a form, please check to confirm the form you have is on Harmony Letterhead. The forms are located in the box outside Mrs. O'Brien's office in House B.

September 5

  • There will be an Odyssey of the Mind interest meeting for new and returning members today in ART1 from 3:45-4:15.
  • Don't forget to have your parents sign your coupons tonight and bring them to school to turn in tomorrow for a chance to win cash or a camera. You will need to turn in your coupons to the bin in the main office marked "CASH GRAB" by the end of the school day this Thursday September 6. When putting in your tickets, grab an animal. They each have a code to win more prizes online. Details are in your fundraiser envelope.
  • Just a reminder for students who completed and turned in the Summer Reading Challenge to stop by the library for your celebration at the beginning of every lunch.
  • Those interested in applying to AOS or AET, the last information meeting session will be next Wednesday, September 12, at John Champe High School from 6:30-7:30. If you are applying to AOS, you will need a photo ID. If you have the College Board form, it must be on Harmony Letterhead. If you picked up a form, please check to confirm the form you have is on Harmony Letterhead. The forms are located in the box outside Mrs. O'Brien's office in House B.

September 4

  • Fundraising Information: All students who have sold 5 or more items are eligible to win cash prizes this week. We will be pulling 1 winner to receive $50 cash, 2 winners to receive $25 cash each, as well as a winner of the new Fujifilm Polaroid camera. Turn in your coupons to the bin in the main office marked CASH GRAB by the end of the school day on Thursday. Winners will be announced on Friday morning. When putting in your tickets, grab an animal keychain. They each have a code to win more prizes online. Details are in your Fundraiser envelope.

August 31

  • There will be an Odyssey of the Mind interest meeting for new and returning members Wednesday, September 5 in ART1 from 3:45-4:15.
  • Fundraiser Announcement: Coupons must be in the box by the end of the day today for a chance to win $25 cash. 4 winners will be announced Monday morning! We will be pulling more cash and prize winners next week so keep selling over the weekend for more chances to win!

 August 30 

  • There will be an Odyssey of the Mind interest meeting for new and returning members Wednesday, September 5 in ART1 from 3:45-4:15.
  • A few messages from your Technology Department. Students: If you currently have a Chrome Book with a white label on the front with your name on it, you have your Chrome Book for the year. If you currently have a Chrome Book with no white label and your name is written on masking tape, please do not yet decorate the Chrome Book. It is possible that you may not be keeping your current one, and another one may be assigned. And finally, if you are a student who has not yet received any Chrome Book, please raise your hand and let your teacher know immediately. Teachers: If any student just told you that they have not yet received a Chrome Book, please let the Technology Department know immediately. And finally teachers, if you still have any leftover Chrome Books that you have not yet given out to a student, please drop them off in the computer lab. We really need them back.
  • The Harmony SCA is accepting applications for membership for the 2018-2019 school year. If you are someone who would like to improve your school by making it a better place to learn, you'll want to join the SCA. We have weekly meetings Wednesday mornings at 8AM. SCA can be the driving force behind many fun activities during and after school, and we need YOU to be a part of it. There will be an informational meeting on Wednesday, September 5 before school at 8AM in Room B-17, Mr. Cassutto's room. Applications are available in all house offices, the main office, and Mr. Cassutto's room. SCA is open to all grades. Come join us!
  • Fundraiser Announcement: Our fundraiser is off to a great start! Don't forget to turn in your coupons this week for your chance to win $25 cash.

 August 29

  • The Harmony SCA is accepting applications for membership for the 2018-2019 school year. If you are someone who would like to improve your school by making it a better place to learn, you'll want to join the SCA. We have weekly meetings Wednesday mornings at 8AM. SCA can be the driving force behind many fun activities during and after school, and we need YOU to be a part of it. There will be an informational meeting on Wednesday, September 5 before school at 8AM in Room B-17, Mr. Cassutto's room. Applications are available in all house offices, the main office, and Mr. Cassutto's room. SCA is open to all grades. Come join us!

 August 28

  • Fundraiser Announcement: Congratulations, our $25 VISA gift card winner is McKenna Ill. Please pick up your gift card in the main office today. All students who sell 5 or more items can enter to win $25 cash this week. How do you enter to win cash? Just cut the coupon from the fundraiser form in your packet once you have reached that goal, fill out, and have your parent sign. Please print your name clearly. Return it to the main office in the box marked FUNDRAISER ENTRIES. For each coupon you enter you can take 1 pet from the box. Each pet has a unique code that you can enter online to win even more prizes. We will pull 4 cash winners this Friday, and announce Monday morning!

 August 27

  • Fundraiser Announcement: Don't forget to turn in your signed fundraiser packet slips to the front office by the end of the day. One winner will be drawn for the $25 VISA gift card and announced tomorrow morning. We will be pulling winners for cash prizes this week as well. Start selling and you'll get more details on how to win cash and other prizes tomorrow.