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School Emergency Preparation

What will happen to your children in
an Emergency at School ?

  • Make sure the school can get in touch with you or a designated person.
  • Talk with your child about how school patrols can help and where Block Parent homes are located.
  • For Safety's sake, be informed! Become familiar with:
  • The names of the teachers that will be with your child.
  • The school procedures regarding field trips, locations, fees and supplies.
  • The school's calendar-identify holidays and special events.
  • The school's timetable-starting and dismissal times.
  • The school's emergency procedures and crisis management plans.
  • The school's student/parent handbook.


  • In an emergency:

    Each school district and every school within the district must develop its own emergency procedures. This planning includes emergency evacuations, transportation and reunification sites for each school building. Make sure you are familiar with these plans.
  • Review safety issues and the school's emergency procedures with school principal.
  • When it is necessary to dismiss children early, radio stations are notified and school PTA telephone chains activated.
  • Complete school personal data/questionnaire with emergency notification information for your school. Provide updated information as changes occur (i.e. pager numbers, cell phone numbers).
  • Keep the lines of communication open with your school administrators.





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