On Tuesday, March 12, our PK students participated in the Port Discovery Field Trip.  

On School Support Staff Appreciation Day, it is essential to express gratitude for the dedicated and invaluable contributions of our support staff members. These unsung heroes play a crucial role in fostering a positive and nurturing learning environment for our students. From administrative assistants managing the daily operations to custodial staff maintaining a clean and […]

On Wednesday, February 28th, our students performed at St. Martin’s Church. All students in grades Pk-5 participated in the program. Thank you to our students, parents, and visitors.  

Thank you to all our students, parents, and staff members who participated in the DC Math Challenge—special thanks to Ms. Shepherd. On Saturday, February 24th, more than 90 students from around the DC joined the Math Challenge. All students received a participation certificate, the top 10 students in each grade level received a medal, and the top […]

On Friday, February 23rd, our students and staff had PBIS celebration- Glow Dance Party

Attendance matters! On Friday, February 9th, our students with 90% or more attendance participated in the skating field trip.

On Thursday, February 8th, our students participated in a regional spelling bee competition.

Our 2nd through 5th-grade students visited the National Geographic Museum on Friday, February 2nd, 2024.

2nd Quarter Honor Roll Ceremony was held on Thursday, February 1st. Congratulations scholars.

30 Spelling Bee Finalists competed on Wednesday, January 31st at the Harmony DC Spelling Bee. Students who placed 1st, 2nd, and 3rd will move on to the Regional Spelling Bee that will be held on February 8 to represent Harmony. Here are the place winners: 1st Place: Mason S. 2nd Place: Ayrion R. 3rd Place: […]

The Culture Fair occurred on January 25, 2024, from 2:45 – 3:30! Our pre-k students are ending their unit on culture titled Not All the Same, Not All Different. To share what they learned, the pre-kindergarten team hosted a Culture Fair where Harmony students experienced food, clothes, celebrations, art, and language from various countries. Did […]

Dear Harmony DC PCS Community, We are thrilled to extend our heartfelt thanks to each one of you who contributed to the success of our 7th Annual Science Fair. Your enthusiasm, support, and engagement made the event truly memorable. Our students worked tirelessly on their projects, and your presence and interest in their work meant […]

Our Pk and Kindergarten students visited Cox Farms on Friday, September 29th.  

Our First Graders had a fantastic time at the National Building Museum! Thanks to teachers and chaperones.

Our PK students had a field trip on May 19th to Dinos Alive!

PARCC Assessments for 3rd through 5th Graders are starting next Tuesday, May 9. We held a pep rally today to share students’ excitement and encourage them to do their best on the assessments

On April 28th, 1st-5th grade students visited Natural History Museum.

Congratulations to all our scholars!

Thank you, students, parents, community members, and staff for an amazing STEM Fair.

We would like to thank Mr. Morris for his volunteer service. Mr. Morris came today (3/8/23) and planted sunflowers with Ms. Bebe’s 2nd Grade ELA class.

Harmony DC scholars and staff celebrated Black History Month with poems, songs, and speeches on February 15, 2023. We thank our guest speaker, Grace Jones, Senior Electric Engineer at The Potomac Electric Power Company (PEPCO).

Harmony DC PCS hosted the DC Elementary Math Challenge on Saturday, February 11, 2023. Students in grades 3,4, and 5 from different parts of DC participated in the competition. Congratulations to all students!  

Our STEM STARS are representing Harmony DC PCS at the Washington Informer 41st Annual Spelling Bee! While they are already winners, extend the warmest of well wishes and positive energy to our awesome scholars.

Second Quarter Honor Roll Ceremony Congratulations to all our scholars!

Our scholars prepared cards and letters for veterans and learned about the life and legacy of Dr. King.  

We went for a trick-or-treating in the Wilson Building and visited the City Council Chamber and some executive offices. October 31,2022  

We had a great time at Cox Farm

Can Food Drive Harmony Families, Over the past few weeks, we have collected cans for our Can Food Drive. Our NEJHS members stopped by classrooms and picked up cans from students. Families also left canned food donations in the bin located near the front entrance. All of the cans were donated to a local non-profit […]