Harmony Public School Donates Much Needed Medical Face Shields A team of educators, from Harmony Public Schools in El Paso, have found a way to use their unique talents and the school’s cutting-edge classroom technology to help address a critical need during the COVID-19 crisis.

Mr. Osman Guler, and a team of educational engineers, students and parent volunteers, have spent the school system’s COVID-19 closure hard at work inside the lab, 3D-printing medical face shields to help alleviate the shortage of supplies experienced by health care workers across the region.

"We feel honored to be able to give back to our community." Thus far we have donated a total of 550 face shields. Recipients include the healthcare professionals at the University Medical Center (UMC), the El Paso Sheriff's department, the El Paso Fire Department, and the County of El Paso. Our goal is to produce 1,500 shields in the coming weeks. A special thank you to Capco Plastics Inc for donating the plastic shield material and Armari Transportation for picking up this donation and transporting it to us.

Harmony Public Schools West Texas District has served over 20,000 meals to students in the community. Breakfast and Lunch distribution is every Monday and Thursday from 11am-12pm at Harmony School of Excellence , Harmony School of Innovation , and Harmony Science Academy Odessa and Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 11:30-12:30 at Harmony Science Academy -Lubbock .
Harmony Public Schools West Texas District has distributed approximately 600 Chromebooks to students so that they can continue their education online through our distance learning program, Harmony at Home . We also provided a training video to parents to help guide them through Google Classroom.