Is your child’s school prepared?

Is your child’s school prepared if an emergency or natural disaster were to occur? Double check that the school has addressed crisis preparedness issues using balanced, practical and common sense measures.
In a crisis, you may not be able to reach your child’s school right away. Basic supplies, such as food bars, water, first aid kits, blankets and sanitary supplies should be available for every child to last at least 72 hours.
Schools should be aware and prepared – not scared! Fear and anxiety is best managed by education, communication, and preparation. Part of preparation is having the correct supplies on hand in case of an emergency.
If your school hasn’t implemented an emergency plan, volunteer to help them do so. We would be happy to help the school acquire any supplies that may be needed at a discount.
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