Harmony Public Schools is committed to reducing barriers to academic excellence for our students, and that begins with a healthy breakfast.
Harmony campuses across Texas participated in National School Breakfast Week where campuses raffled off prizes, wore crazy socks and hung posters in their cafeterias all in an effort to promote proper nutrition among students.
Research from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows that students who eat breakfast have higher grades, perform better on standardized tests and are more likely to attend class.
“Harmony teachers and staff are always working to provide additional ways for students to succeed academically,” said Superintendent of Schools Zekeriya Yuksel. “By participating in National School Breakfast Week we remind students that a great school day starts with a great breakfast.”