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Harmony Public Schools has selected Michaelene Sepesy as the principal for its fourth and newest school in  El Paso, Harmony School of Science.
Ms. Sepesy has worked for Harmony Public Schools West Texas District for the past seven years. She began her work at Harmony as the District Math Instructional Coach before becoming the Director of Academics. Prior to coming to Harmony, Ms. Sepesy worked as a math teacher and campus math coach in both Texas and Pennsylvania.
Ms. Sepesy holds a Master’s degree in Math and Computer Science Education and will receive her doctorate in Educational Leadership in July 2020 from the California University of Pennsylvania.
“I am delighted and excited to embark on this new journey as the Principal of Harmony School of Science – El Paso,” said Ms. Sepesy. “I am eager to begin meeting and building relationships with all of the new students and families, as we grow together. I look forward to providing leadership to the students and staff, while growing this new visionary STEM-Focused campus toward academic excellence.”
The Harmony School of Science-El Paso is a part of Harmony Public Schools, a tuition-free, open enrollment public charter school system providing high-quality education with a focus on Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). Construction of the Harmony School of Science is scheduled to be completed mid-July and will be open for the 2020-2021 school year in the fall. Harmony School of Science is currently accepting applications for enrollment for students in grades Pre-k – 2nd and 6th grade.


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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
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  • English (for Puerto Rico residents): 844-418-2020
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  • TDD (Telephone Display Device): 844-467-2020