Welcome to the 2015-2016 school year!

Welcome To Harry R. Hamilton

 

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Bell Schedule

Time

Activity

7:45

Duty Begins

8:05

First Bell

8:15-9:45

Class Time

9:45-10:00

Recess

10:00

Classes Resume

11:15

Lunch Begins P-3

11:35

Outside Lunch P-3

11:55

First Bell P-3

12:00

Classes Resume P-3

12:15

Lunch Begins 4-5

12:30

Outside Lunch 4-5

12:55

First Bell 4-5

1:00

Classes Resume

1:25

First Bell P-2

1:30

Dismissal P-2

2:00

First Bell 3-5

2:05

Dismissal 3-5

 

 


 

May 2016 newsletter is available under documents and newsletters.

 

Information on the NS International Student Program. Click here

Information on Lyme Disease click here

 

Spring Fair

Friday, May 27th  5:00-7:30pm  Come for the fun!

* There will be a used book sale at the Spring Fair.  Please send your gently used children and adult books (appropriate for sale in a school) to HRH.  Be sure to look for this table at the Spring Fair and snap up some great deals for summer reading!

 

 

 

 Report Card information for parents and guardians

with children in grades Primary to 3 Click HERE

  Harry R. Hamilton Community Report 2014-2015

 

You can view the calendar for the 2015-2016  school year on the Halifax Regional School Board website at http://www.hrsb.ca/about-our-schools/calendars
PowerSchool
Student Information System

 

Administrators Substitutes
Teachers Parents/Guardians

There are changes to the Student Accident Insurance Program- please click here!

 

 

Homework policy information NEW

P-3 Streamlined curriculum documents can be found here

Parent informational brochure on finding, treating and preventing head lice can be found here.

 

Grade 2-5 class supply lists for 2015-2016 are now available. Please click here to view supply lists. P-1 supply fees are $40.

 
HRSBís first Long-Range Outlook will be presented to the Governing Board on April 22. Following the release of the document, it will be posted on the HRSB website with an invitation for public comment.
 
Nova Scotia school boards are required to share information about their schools, and their education programs and services in a document called the Long-Range Outlook (Outlook). The purpose of the Outlook is to help school boards and school communities have more informed discussions about the future of their schools, and the programs and services they offer. School boards have until April 30, 2015 to complete this document and post it on their website for public feedback. For more information, visit the Halifax Regional School Board website at:
http://www.hrsb.ca//about-hrsb/operations-services/long-range-outlook

 

 

Schedule for Assemblies: 2015-2016

8:15 am    

9:00 am

Primary Wilde

Primary Fraser

Primary Tetanish

Primary/One Lefebvre

1 Cooke

1 MacDonald/Veinot

1 Kerr

2 Edwards

2 Taylor/Corey

2 Trethewey

3 Halvorsen

2/3 Duffy

3 Nolan

3 Floyd

4 Calnen

4 Pothier

5 Greencorn

4 Tiller

5 Harris/Slauenwhite

5 Yeadon

   

 

Thank you Halifax Regional Council for providing enhanced opportunities for our students through supplementary funding.

Click here to view!

 

 

 Report Card Grade Description Changes

 

Click here for the Parentís Guide to the Student-Parent Portal

This is a quick reference guide to show you all the features of the student-parent portal.

 

 

 

School Driveway

The parking lot is very busy during the day. All parents are requested to stop/park on Hamilton Drive or Rosemary Drive. Thank you in advance for your cooperation

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

Date

Activity                                                               

May 27 Spring Fling 5-7:30pm
May 31 High 5 Assembly 
June 10 Field day (rain date June17)
June 22 Grade 5 trip to Grand Prť
June 23 Golden ticket redemption-Sackville Sports Stadium
June 28 Assessment Day- no school
June 29 Last day of school

School Closure/ Emergency Dismissal

The School Boardís decision to cancel school will usually be made as close to 6:00 a.m. as possible and it will be communicated on the radio, the Board's website, the boardís main switchboard and through the school cancellation number - 464- INFO (4636).  If busses are cancelled and schools are open, parents must use their own discretion with regard to bringing their children to school.  When buses are cancelled in the morning due to weather conditions, buses are also cancelled in the afternoon.  When schools are open, meaningful learning activities will be going on in classrooms.  Students who are unable to attend due to inclement weather and/or bus cancellation will not be penalized because of assignments given or due on that day.

Please advise the office as soon as your emergency contact information changes.  In the event of an early dismissal emergency Phone Trees are put into effect and students are not permitted to leave until contact with families (caregiver) is made.  HRH is part of the Millwood High School Family of Schools.

No Child Without Program

Our school is involved in the Canadian MedicAlert Foundationís No Child Without ģ program. The program offers MedicAlert membership at no cost. Parents who have a child with a medical condition, an allergy or who is required to take medication on a regular basis, should consider participating in the program. For further information, come to the school office for a No Child Without brochure or visit www.nochildwithout.ca. If your child is already participating in the program, and there have been changes in their medical condition or medications, contact MedicAlert at 1-800-668-1507 to update your childís file.

 

 

 

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