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Hammonds Plains Consolidated Elementary

2180 Hammonds Plains Rd, Hammonds Plains, NS, B4B 1M5

phone: (902) 832-8412
Safe Arrival: 1-833-582-6940
Follow us on twitter @hpcs4

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Wednesday June 19th

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What's New

June 4th, 2024

Spring BBQ

First of all, we all wanted to say a big thank you for all the support we’ve received this year. It’s been a great year of fun events and activities. We have one...

October 19th, 2023

We are in need of volunteers to run our breakfast program and for people to work as lunch monitors (paid). Please see us in the office or e-mail us to inquire!

September 29th, 2023
September 16th, 2022

Welcome to all of our new students and welcome back to all of our returnning students! For more information about our school and routines, please few the attached...

May 12th, 2022

You are now able to register for an account to pay for school fees and field trips online! Click here to register.

May 5th, 2022

Snack counter is open daily.

Please note: If your child is going on a field trip and will not be in school during the lunch hour, please be sure to cancel your child's lunch order...

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All HRCE schools have Emergency Management Plans, which are reviewed, updated and practiced every year. These plans have three responses to an emergency situation:  Shelter in Place, Evacuation, and Relocation.


Shelter in Place involves either a Hold and Secure (where no one enters or exits the building, but those inside may be able to move around) or a Lockdown (where no one enters or exits the building and all students and staff are concealed in a secure location, away from doors and windows).
Evacuation involves all students and staff exiting the building but remaining on the property.
Relocation involves all students and staff moving from the school property to another nearby site.
It is also important to note that HRCE can respond to an emergency evacuation using our large network of school buses. There are more than 400 school buses on the road every day.