Useful Websites for the Storm Season
Road closure and conditions map.
PG&E power outage map.
Pacific School's Emergency Procedures
An emergency can generally be defined as a situation wherein it is either not safe or not possible to get children home from school because of situations such as earthquakes, fallen trees, and/or wires which make roads impassable.
At school we run drills every month to practice fire, earthquake, and/or lock down procedures. The children learn to line up and leave the building in groups for the fire alarm, and to duck and cover for the earthquake alarm. The duck and cover alarm will also be used in any other emergency situations where the children are required to remain indoors. In the event of impassable roads, the children will be kept safely at the school until roads are clear and parents can pick them up. More information about our immediate emergency procedures is available here.
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