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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

About Harmony Public Schools

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

AP courses offer students college-level work while in high school. The College Board has created course guides that may include prerequisites, extended reading, or learning beyond the scope of the school-day curriculum.
To support the learning frameworks, some courses require students to complete a summer assignment. The type and scope of the assignment will vary by course. All assignments are tightly aligned to the learning outcomes and intended to further support the student in the course.
Please carefully review any summer requirements your course may have. Courses may have links to assignments and/or books to read. When a book is listed, it should be read in its entirety, unless specific instructions are given otherwise. Please contact your AP Teachers if you have a specific question about your summer work.
You can get all the assignments from this link: https://bit.ly/HSAAPSummer

Dear Parents/Guardians,

As we come to the close of another school year, summer reading becomes a very important topic of discussion at Harmony Science Academy Houston.

You can find the High School suggested summer reading list below along with the summer reading assignment.

On-Level Summer Reading Assignment

Honors Summer Reading Assignment

Please encourage your children to read every day! Thank you for being the best role models for our young people.

Many digital libraries and schools are giving free access to their books, resources, and other instructional materials available online. You can check some of them below,

  • Redshelf.com – To ensure that all students have access to their course materials amidst the COVID-19 outbreak, Redshelf is partnering with the publishing community to provide you with up to 7 free eBooks from participating publishers. Quite a few RVCC textbooks are included in this!
  • National Emergency Library – Announcing the National Emergency Library, a collection of books that supports emergency remote teaching, research activities, independent scholarship, and intellectual stimulation while universities, schools, training centers, and libraries are closed. There are many older editions of our textbook collection listed here.
  • McGraw-Hill Connect – Instructors will need to set up access, but if you’re using a McGraw-Hill source, please check it out.
  • OpenLibrary.org – Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
  • Project Muse – In response to the challenges created by the global public health crisis of COVID-19, Project MUSE is pleased to support its participating publishers in making scholarly content temporarily available for free on our platform.
  • VitalSource Helps – A program designed to support students and instructors who may have lost access to course materials due to a campus moving to distance learning. RVCC is a participating institution; create an account with your college email address,

Dear Parents and Students,

TEA offers a free tool (End of Year diagnostic test) to see how much your student has learned this year for English 1+2, Algebra, Biology and US History. Please visit the website for more detailed information:


Parents can register for this diagnostic test from May 12th to June 8th, 2020!

Dear Parents,

Please see our 2020-2021 School Year Calendar.

Dear Harmony Families,
During this time of uncertainty, we want you to know that we are still here for your students. If your student is experiencing anxiety or feels that they need someone to talk to, our counselors are available to help.
To learn more about the support your Harmony counselors can provide, schedule a teleconference with a counselor, or learn more about other support resources in your community, please visit the Healthy Minds section of your campus website (look for it under the Parents menu), or visit HarmonyTX.org/HealthyMinds. (Please note: Permission for Counseling can only be granted by a parent/guardian.)
We look forward to continuing to serve your student and their unique, individual needs.
Thank you.
Harmony Public Schools
*If you have an urgent need, you can call the COVID-19 mental health hotline supported by your local Education Service Center for assistance at 833-986-1919.
**If you have a medical emergency please call 911.
Estimadas familias,
Durante estos momentos de incertidumbre queremos que sepa que seguimos aquí para continuar ayudando a sus estudiantes. Si su estudiante está experimentando ansiedad o siente que necesita hablar con alguien, nuestros consejeros están disponibles para ayudarlos.
Si desea saber más sobre la ayuda que puede recibir de su consejero Harmony, programe una teleconferencia con un consejero, o infórmese más sobre otros recursos de asistencia en su comunidad, ingresando a la sección Heathy Minds (Mentes Saludables) en el sitio web del campus (la sección se encuentra debajo de la opción Parents (Padres)), o ingrese a HarmonyTX.org/HealthyMinds. (Aclaración: por favor tenga en cuenta que los únicos autorizados para otorgar el Permiso para recibir Servicios de Consejería son los padres de familia o tutores).
Esperamos continuar atendiendo a sus estudiantes y sus necesidades individuales y específicas.
Escuelas Públicas Harmony
*Si tiene una solicitud urgente, puede solicitar asistencia al 833-986-1919, línea directa de salud mental COVID-19, respaldada por su Centro de Servicio Educativos local.
**Si tiene una emergencia médica, llame al 911.


You are cordially invited to attend the


2020-2021 Campus Improvement Plan Zoom Meeting


Thursday, April 16th, 2020


Zoom Meeting, please email:

ikerkhofs@harmonytx.org if you would like an invitation

Goal/Purpose: Evaluation 2019-2020 CIP and Development 2020-2021 CIP


  • Purpose of CIP
  • Review of Campus Comprehensive Needs Assessment (CNA)
  • Review of Data
  • Areas for Improvement and Priority of Needs
  • Strengths
  • Strategies of new CIP
  • Comments, Q&A
This guideline includes details of the grading practices Harmony will implement during at-home learning.
Harmony’s main focus during these historic times is on the continuance of the learning process for our students, not on the grading of assignments. Best formative practices are promoted to include timely feedback, multiple opportunities, and additional time to ensure mastery of the concepts. Our administrators, teachers, and specialists are well-prepared to provide support and direction more than ever during this phase of distance learning.
Below you can find the details of grading for high school.
Core Courses: Students will be assigned weekly assignments in core courses (Math, science, social studies, language arts, and AP courses). Students are expected to return their assignments in various ways (Google Classroom, other integrated platforms, picture was taken). Students will be taking weekly assessments.
Electives/Specials/CTE: Teachers will assign weekly experiences in technology applications, PE, CTE, Fine Arts, and other electives. Students will submit their assignments. No weekly assessment is promoted in those classrooms.
AP Courses/ Dual Credit / On Ramps Courses: Weekly expectations may vary for AP/Dual credit courses based on approved syllabi by collegeboard and local community colleges.
Local Credit Courses (Math Lab, ELA Lab, SAT/TSI Prep): Local campuses will decide on the level of support in those classrooms. Assignments will be optional and no submission is required. On the other hand, teachers may assign work from lab resources and grade it under the main class.
Grading on Google Classroom: Progress Monitoring
○       Grades will not be assigned until April 13, 2020 so that students and families can adjust to the routines of distance learning.
○       Starting April 13, numerical grades will be assigned by teachers in Google Classroom gradebook.
○       We ask our teacher to provide multiple opportunities to complete assignments. Retest and flexible deadlines are promoted.
Skyward Gradebook: Official Grading
○       No numerical grades will be assigned in Skyward during distance learning time (4th Quarter). Students will receive one of the performance indicators (PI ) below at the end of a week based on their progress on Google Classrooms.
■       E-Excellent
■       S-Satisfactory
■       N-Needs Improvement
■       I-Incomplete
○       Overall Quarter4 PI :  Teachers will enter an overall PASS/FAIL/ or INCOMPLETE indicator for 4th quarter grade by the end of distance learning time. For electives and specials, teachers will enter X-Not Assessed indicator as Q4 grade.
Final Credit Awarding: School Graduation Committee
●       Credit awarding decisions will occur after the closure of distance learning. The committee should factor in both three quarters performance and performance indicators during digital learning time.
Progression Plan During Distance Learning Time
●       A student who did not receive a half credit for the fall semester (semester average less than 70) in a course may still receive full credit by factoring in the performance in the third quarter and distance learning time. If the average of the first three quarters is higher than 70 and receives an overall PASS indicator for the 4th quarter, the student should be awarded the full credit.
●       If the average of the first three quarters is below 70, the student may still earn a full credit based on distance learning performance and the school committee decision.
GPA/Senior Class Ranking
●       Credits earned from both regular courses and weighted courses (Honors, AP, Dual, PLTWY) in the spring semester (third quarter plus distance learning time) will not be counted towards GPA.
●       Final senior class ranking for class of 2020 will be calculated based on GPA calculation at the end of Fall 2019 semester.
Credit Recovery Options
●       Our campuses are encouraged to provide distance learning options for those students in June/July to receive their missing credits.
Valedictorian, Salutatorian
●       The GPA and Class Rank as of the end of the first semester in the 2019-2020 school year will be used to determine Valedictorian and Salutatorian honors.
* All these guidelines are subject to change based on most updated TEA guidelines.

Dear Students and Parents,

You can see all live office hour schedule from this link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/16Cpz6-XPWyMOgGyhlRpwJLwaCf4BKd92/view?usp=sharing

Virtual class information will be posted on each teachers’ google classroom and we don’t share recurring meeting information due to security reasons. Please check the google classrooms every day!

Harmony Public Schools is encouraging our families to take a few moments to complete the 2020 U.S. Census online, by phone, or mail.

The 2020 Census is a count of everyone who lives in the United States and its territories. The 2020 Census questionnaire asks a few simple questions like the age, sex, and the number of people living in your home.  Individual responses are confidential and cannot be used against you by any court or government agency.

When it comes to schools, the 2020 Census will determine funding for special education, teacher training, technology, school lunch assistance, Head Start and after-school programs. The census will also help determine funding for other important programs for families, such as maternal and child health programs, and housing, heating and food assistance.

People should count all children who live in their homes, including newborns and others too young for school. That’s important because responses to the census help schools plan for the resources they will need when the new generation of children is ready for school.

To begin, click here or call one of the numbers below, or look for the Census form in your mail.


  • English: 844-330-2020
  • Spanish: 844-468-2020
  • Chinese (Mandarin): 844-391-2020
  • Chinese (Cantonese): 844-398-2020
  • Vietnamese: 844-461-2020
  • Korean: 844-392-2020
  • Russian: 844-417-2020
  • Arabic: 844-416-2020
  • Tagalog: 844-478-2020
  • Polish: 844-479-2020
  • French: 844-494-2020
  • Haitian Creole: 844-477-2020
  • Portuguese: 844-474-2020
  • Japanese: 844-460-2020
  • English (for Puerto Rico residents): 844-418-2020
  • Spanish (for Puerto Rico residents): 844-426-2020
  • TDD (Telephone Display Device): 844-467-2020

Harmony At-Home Learning Webinars  for Parents

Harmony Public Schools will utilize Google G-Suite platform to provide learning plans for students during extended school closures. Students will sign in to my.harmonytx portal to reach integrated software and google classrooms on Chromebooks or other devices. Students without computers or access to the internet at home should contact their school. For further details on accessing technology, you may visit https://www.parent.harmonytx.org/athomelearning and Free Internet access for 60 days.

Parent guide to access my.harmonytx portal and Google classrooms can be seen in the Parent Guide English and Spanish presentations. Live webinars will be hosted by the district representatives and webinar dates, times, and information can be seen below.

HPS Houston South West Distance Learning Google Classroom Parent Webinars
Sessions (Sessions are repeating) Date Time Zoom Info Zoom Link
Session 1 March 31, 2020 1:00 pm -2:30 pm HPS – Houston South-West Distant Learning

Parents will learn how to use and navigate Google Classroom.

Join Zoom Meeting by computer


Meeting ID: 356 570 243

or Dial by your location

+1 346 248 7799 US (Houston)

Session 2 April 1, 2020 9:30 am – 11:00 am HPS – Houston South-West Distant Learning

Parents will learn how to use and navigate Google Classroom.

Join Zoom Meeting by computer


Meeting ID: 405 158 210

or Dial by your location

+1 346 248 7799 US (Houston)

Session 3 April 2, 2020 4:00 pm -5:30 pm HPS – Houston South-West Distant Learning

Parents will learn how to use and navigate Google Classroom.

Join Zoom Meeting by computer


Meeting ID: 840 409 594

Dial by your location

+1 346 248 7799 US (Houston)

Dear Harmony Families & Team Members,

For the past 20 years, Harmony Public Schools has established an educational model built strongly on the foundations of science-based learning and responsible citizenship in our communities.

Currently, all available science from community health experts continues to tell us that the best way to be responsible members of our communities is to have our students and staff remain at home.

This is why we have determined that it is in the best interest of our students, team members, and communities to discontinue in-person schooling at our campuses and administrative offices statewide until further notice.

While these facilities remain closed, instruction and learning at Harmony schools will continue. Our classes are operating online through our established digital learning tools, taking advantage of many of the technology tools and blended learning methods already practiced in Harmony’s  physical classrooms. Because our teachers and school leaders will remain available to guide our students each school day, we anticipate instructional continuity during these unusual and difficult times. To request access to a Chromebook and/or for questions regarding internet access, please contact your child’s campus.

(For more information on our at-home learning program, visit HarmonyTX.org/AtHome . To request access to a Chromebook or internet access, contact your child’s campus.)

We will also continue to offer free meal services to children in our communities, as local and state safety guidelines allow.

We thank you for your support and understanding in making this critical decision. We also are profoundly grateful for the extreme determination and Harmony pride shown by both our students and team members these past several weeks. Time and again you have proven why Harmony Public Schools is an institution where excellence is the standard.

We will continue to provide timely updates as new, relevant information comes available, and inform you immediately if our campuses reopen prior to the end of the school year.

Thank you and be well,


Fatih Ay

CEO | Harmony Public Schools

Dear Students/Parents,

This week, we started the first phase of our distance learning program, the learning packets. Remember to complete your learning packets and return once classes resume. The next phase begins on Monday, March 30, 2020. Students and teachers will go online for a comprehensive digital learning experience that includes elements of independent learning, video-based lessons, and a variety of online software, including Google Classroom.

Click here for Distance Learning Parent Letter Spanish Version: Información de aprendizaje a distancia


Students will sign in to my.harmonytx portal to reach integrated software and google classrooms on chromebooks or other devices. Parent guide to access my.harmonytx portal and Google classrooms can be seen in the Parent Guide English and Spanish presentations. Live and recorded parent webinars will be hosted in the following days and webinar information will be available on the campus website and Facebook pages. Students without computers or access to the internet at home should contact their school.For further details on accessing technology, you may visit https://www.parent.harmonytx.org/athomelearning and Free Internet access for 60 days.)


HPS will utilize Google G-Suite platform to provide learning plans for students. Students will log in to their My Harmony accounts to join the google classrooms by using the codes provided by their teachers. Teachers will use the platform to communicate, provide feedback, and assess the learning progress of their students. Harmony students have already been using blended learning software in their classrooms; software will be integrated into learning plans.

Throughout the next phases, our teachers will be available via email and other digital platforms to provide structure, guidance, and feedback. Once, our teachers set up their google classroom, they will contact you to start the online learning experience. Information regarding grading and high school credits will be shared later.

Below, you will find the comprehensive plan and a sample daily schedule you can follow.
For students in special education and 504 programs, accommodations and/or modifications will be implemented to the extent appropriate and possible by our teachers in google classrooms (technology may have some limitations).  For students in pullout programs, our special education teachers will create google classrooms, provide resources and support virtually to the extent appropriate and possible (technology may have some limitations). We are still working on a plan regarding provision of speech therapy and related services, ARDs, 504 meetings, and FIEs. For all of these matters, we are following guidelines from the State of Texas and Department of Education, which is still forthcoming and additional changes may be made as we receive further instruction. Your patience is appreciated as we work to ensure student needs are met.


High Schools 
Content Area
Learning Platform 
Integrated Online Resources 
Software Goals 
Useful Information
·        Google Classroom ·        Alg 1: Pearson Realize, ALEKS,


·        Geo, Alg2: Pearson Realize

Practice assignments on Pearson Realize




If available, ALEKS Formative Assessment or 15 ALEKS topics per week
Students are expected to follow the procedures provided in the self-learning plans through Google Classroom.


Students are assigned weekly assessments either through ALEKS or Google Classroom.
·        Pearson MyMathLab
Pre-Cal, Alg Reasoning, AP Cal, AP Stats: Pearson, MyMathLab
Students are expected to complete the practice and assessment tasks assigned by the teachers on Pearson MyMathLab
Google Classroom
MyOn, NoRedInk,
15-30 m. weekly (NoRedInk)
Daily Reading (20 m.) + Weekly Reading Response
Daily Writing (x4 / week)
Google Classroom
STEMScopes, POGIL, CK-12 Amoeba Sisters Channel, Bozeman Science Videos
Use STEMscopepedia as an online textbook option.
Google Classroom
cK12, PhET, POGIL, Parlay
Assignments will be posted in Google Classroom, but students will need to login to their Harmony Portal to access their cK12 and Parlay accounts. Learning packets that correlate to the online lessons will also be available for students without the internet at their individual campuses / teachers.
Google Classroom
OpenStax( Online Textbook)
Social Studies
Google Classroom
2 tasks per week:

·        1 reading based (content)

·        1 writing based


Google Classroom
High school ESOL courses will have SCL materials
Dual Credit Courses
Google Classroom

Content provided by local community colleges
AP Courses
Google Classroom
College Board Online System

Local campuses will communicate more information.
Electives/CTE/ Counseling Services
Google Classroom

Local campuses will communicate more information.


Estimated Time
40-45 min
Google Classroom
40-45 min.
Google Classroom
40-45 min.
Google Classroom

Dear Parents,

Reliable internet connection is crucial for a successful online learning experience for students. If you do not currently have an internet connection at home, we would like to help you by providing the list of free or low-cost options to obtain an internet for your home.

1. Xfinity wi-fi hotspots: Free

Xfinity has announced that it will open its nationwide wi-fi hotspots to the public for free for the next 2 months. All you need to do is to search for a wi-fi signal on your device and connect to xfinity wi-fi signal, if you see one. After you connect, it will ask you to Sign-in. Click on the Sign-in alert and it will sign you in without asking for a username or password.

You may check xfinity wi-fi hotspot network map to see if you have it near your home. They have a wide network coverage in Houston metro area:  https://hotspots.wifi.xfinity.com/ 

You can also check how to connect your device from this link: http://wifi.xfinity.com/connect-devices.php#laptop

There is also an option to get affordable high-speed internet home which is $9.95 including tax. The application can be done from here: https://www.internetessentials.com/

2. Low-cost internet from Comcast: $9.95/month

If you do not have xfinity wi-fi hotspot near your home, you may try signing up for a low-cost cable internet from Comcast. The plan is named as “Internet Essentials by Comcast”. There are income restrictions to be eligible. However, there are multiple ways to meet the eligibility requirements and families eligible for free/reduced lunch will automatically qualify.

Website for the plan:  https://www.internetessentials.com/

https://es.internetessentials.com/ (Spanish)

Phone number:  855-846-8376

3. Low-cost internet from AT&T: $5-10$/month

You may also consider signing up for an internet plan called “Access from AT&T”, which is a low-cost internet service for eligible households. Your income must be under a certain limit to be eligible. Final cost will depend on the speed of internet plan provided ($5-$10).

Website for the plan:  https://accessatt.solixcs.com/#/home

Phone numbers: 1-855-220-5211 (English) AND 855.220.5225 (Spanish)

Please reply back to this email if you have any questions and we will be happy to assist. Also, although school is closed, our phone numbers are active and will be answered between 9 am – 4 pm during weekdays. You may call us at 713-492-0214 to speak to one of our staff members. We are working hard to minimize the disruption in student learning during this pandemic.

Stay safe and healthy!

HSA Administration


Queridos padres,

La conexión a Internet confiable es crucial para una experiencia exitosa de aprendizaje en línea para los estudiantes. Si actualmente no tiene una conexión a Internet en su hogar, nos gustaría ayudarlo proporcionándole la lista de opciones gratuitas o de bajo costo para obtener un Internet para su hogar.

1. Puntos de acceso wi-fi de Xfinity: Gratis

Xfinity ha anunciado que abrirá sus puntos de acceso wi-fi a nivel nacional al público de forma gratuita durante los próximos 2 meses. Todo lo que necesita hacer es buscar una señal de wi-fi en su dispositivo y conectarse a la señal de xfinity wi-fi, si ve una. Después de conectarse, le pedirá que inicie sesión. Haga clic en la alerta de inicio de sesión y se iniciará sesión sin solicitar un nombre de usuario o contraseña.

Puede consultar el mapa de red de hotspot wi-fi de xfinity para ver si lo tiene cerca de su hogar. Tienen una amplia cobertura de red en el área metropolitana de Houston: https://hotspots.wifi.xfinity.com/

2. Internet de bajo costo de Comcast: $ 9.95 / mes

Si no tiene un punto de acceso inalámbrico de xfinity cerca de su hogar, puede intentar suscribirse a un servicio de internet por cable de bajo costo de Comcast. El plan se denomina “Internet Essentials by Comcast”. Hay restricciones de ingresos para ser elegible. Sin embargo, hay varias formas de cumplir con los requisitos de elegibilidad y las familias elegibles para almuerzo gratis / reducido calificarán automáticamente.

Sitio web para el plan: https://www.internetessentials.com/

https://es.internetessentials.com/ (español)

Número de teléfono: 855-846-8376

3. Internet de bajo costo de AT&T: $ 5-10 $ / mes

También puede considerar inscribirse en un plan de Internet llamado “Acceso desde AT&T”, que es un servicio de Internet de bajo costo para hogares elegibles. Su ingreso debe estar por debajo de cierto límite para ser elegible. El costo final dependerá de la velocidad del plan de internet provisto ($ 5- $ 10).

Sitio web para el plan: https://accessatt.solixcs.com/#/home

Números de teléfono: 1-855-220-5211 (inglés) Y 855.220.5225 (español)

Responda a este correo electrónico si tiene alguna pregunta y estaremos encantados de ayudarle. Además, aunque la escuela está cerrada, nuestros números de teléfono están activos y serán respondidos entre las 9 am y las 4 pm durante los días laborables. Puede llamarnos al 713-492-0214 para hablar con uno de los miembros del personal de nuestra escuela. Estamos trabajando duro para minimizar la interrupción en el aprendizaje de los estudiantes durante esta pandemia.

¡Mantente seguro y saludable!

HSA Administration

Dear Parents,

We are working hard to identify every student’s need before we switch to online learning. We are currently distributing Chromebooks to meet your electronic device needs. However, we are also interested in learning about your internet access at home.

Please help us to determine what supports we can provide you by taking this quick 1-min Technology Survey: https://forms.gle/fWacJpsire35NQHs6

Thank you!

HSA Houston Administration


Queridos padres,

Estamos trabajando arduamente para identificar las necesidades de cada estudiante antes de pasar al aprendizaje en línea. Actualmente estamos distribuyendo Chromebooks para satisfacer sus necesidades de dispositivos electrónicos. Sin embargo, también estamos interesados en conocer su acceso a Internet en casa.

Ayúdenos a determinar qué soporte podemos brindarle al realizar esta rápida encuesta tecnológica de 1 minuto: https://forms.gle/fWacJpsire35NQHs6


HSA Houston Administration