Dear Parents and Guardians, Harmony School of Nature administrators are aware of the recent social media hoaxes that have been directed toward several school districts in Texas and throughout the country by groups that are portraying themselves as clowns. Although law enforcement agencies have not found any of those have posed an actual credible threat to the schools, we continue to take any potential situation that involves the safety of our students with extreme seriousness. We are also aware about the similar post made on October 3, 2021 in which Harmony School of Nature was mentioned. Immediately following the discovery of this situation, we contacted law enforcement and have been in regular communication with them. It appears to be a copycat hoax like many other schools are experiencing, but we will continue to carefully monitor this situation. The safety of all students at Harmony School of Nature is currently, and will always be, our absolute highest priority. All the standard daily precautions that we utilize will be in effect as normal, which are designed to prevent and provide alert when unauthorized individuals attempt to enter campus buildings. Emergency drills are regularly conducted to help prepare students for the types of emergencies that could arise at any time without warning. Again, Harmony School of Nature is committed to the safety and well-being of all our students. We take this responsibility very seriously and try to communicate with parents about safety issues when they arise as quickly and as clearly as possible. Remember that it is important to be cautious of rumors, false information, and/or what is shared via social media. However, if you feel that you have important information that can assist us with our efforts in keeping our students and staff safe, please contact us. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the school to speak to a school administrator. We appreciate your continued support as we work to ensure a safe and productive learning environment for all of our students.