Natural Disasters

Read: 3 Things Your School District Needs to Consider When Planning for Natural Disasters

3 Things Your School District Needs to Consider When Planning for Natural Disasters

It is imperative schools plan for severe weather as it is estimated that 94% of students live in communities at risk for natural disasters.

Read: EMERgency24 Partners with BluePoint Alert Solutions to Create Crisis Management Platform

EMERgency24 Partners with BluePoint Alert Solutions to Create Crisis Management Platform

In conjunction with BluePoint, EMERgency24’s software allows two-way, multi-media mass communication between groups impacted by a crisis situation.

Read: Creating Emergency Plans for Students with Disabilities

Creating Emergency Plans for Students with Disabilities

School crisis planning is challenging, but particularly so for individuals with disabilities. Here’s how you can start making improvements.

Read: Disaster Survivors Talk Why Self-Care Is Vital to Trauma Recovery

Disaster Survivors Talk Why Self-Care Is Vital to Trauma Recovery

The timeless flight attendant’s advice, “Secure your oxygen mask before helping others,” applies to leaders helping their communities after a traumatic event.

Read: $63M for Emergency Assistance to Institutions of Higher Education

$63M for Emergency Assistance to Institutions of Higher Education

The Emergency Assistance to Institutions of Higher Education will fund those effected by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma or Maria and the 2017 Calif. wildfires.

Read: Texas Colleges Scramble to Help Students Affected by Hurricane Harvey

Texas Colleges Scramble to Help Students Affected by Hurricane Harvey

Some Texas colleges are instructing professors to excuse the absences of students from areas that were hit the hardest by Hurricane Harvey.

Read: Earthquake Vulnerabilities Recorded at 20 Portland Schools

Earthquake Vulnerabilities Recorded at 20 Portland Schools

The school buildings use unreinforced masonry, which is susceptible to collapse during an earthquake.

Read: California School District Closes Auditoriums Due to Earthquake Vulnerabilities

California School District Closes Auditoriums Due to Earthquake Vulnerabilities

Auditoriums at Beverly Hills High, El Rodeo and Hawthorne schools have been closed after concerns over their earthquake preparedness.

Cooper Notification Network Helps Officials Send Emergency Messages

Read: New Wireless Emergency Alerts System Debuts

New Wireless Emergency Alerts System Debuts

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