Emergency Management

Teacher Notes
It is always wise to be prepared in case of an emergency in your school. You should prepare an emergency kit with first aid supplies, water, whistle, class roster and emergency numbers, blankets, battery operated radio with batteries, etc. The following links will help give you an idea of what to include in the kit.

Emergency "Go-Kits"

Classroom Emergency Kits - Arkansas School

 Free resources for emergency preparedness education & planning
Educational Technology Guy

Emergency Clipboard - FREE checklist manager

Preparing To Shelter In Place Issues For Schools And Early Childhood/Youth Programs To Consider


CBS NEWS Disaster Links

Disaster Resource

Crisis, Disaster, and Risk Management

Natural Hazards Center

Disaster Research Center

Disaster Recovery for Public Records Custodians
Archives and Libraries

Replacing Your Vital Documents on FirstGov.gov


Disaster Preparation and Recovery - MedlinePlus


Disaster Mapping

My Weather page

My Droughts Page

My El Niņo Page

My Floods Page

My Hurricanes Page

My Thunderstorms Page

My Tornadoes Page

My Volcanoes Page

My Winter Storms Page

 

Are you prepared?

5 Apps + Gadgets for Natural Disasters

Let's Get Ready - Planning Together for Emergencies Tool Kits - Parents - Sesame Street


Emergency Planning - Office of Safe and Healthy Students

Emergency Management for Schools

Readiness and Emergency Management for Schools (REMS) Technical Assistance (TA) Center

Guide for Developing High-Quality School Emergency Operations Plans

Guide for Developing High-Quality Emergency Operations Plans for Institutions of Higher Education

School Crisis Guide NEA HIN


My Counseling Page
has coping with diaster information, grief counseling...

CDC Emergency Preparedness and You | Learn How to Shelter in Place

Natural Disaster & Emergency Preparedness | Disaster Recovery Plan

Emergency Preparedness: Disability.gov

15 Disaster and Crisis Apps for iPhone and iPad


Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)

Ready.gov - Prepare. Plan. Stay Informed.


DHS Department of Homeland Security

U.S. Fire Administration

Emergency Prevention, Preparedness and Response (EPA)

NOAA Office of Response and Restoration

National Emergency Management Association -

International Association of Emergency Managers

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

National Response Center