Disaster Preparedness Policy
Disaster Preparedness is a prime concern and priority in the Redondo Beach Unified School District. We have a comprehensive plan for the care of students during an emergency situation. Regularly scheduled fire and earthquake drills at each campus stress appropriate action and reaction by both staff and students.
If an emergency situation (such as an earthquake) occurs during school hours your child will remain at school. Students will be released to parents or a parent-designated person only when the appropriate authorities have told us they may be released. Even then, it is quite possible that a number of students will remain under our care at school for additional hours following this clearance. Our schools are prepared for this eventuality.
If your child requires daily medication or emergency medication, please provide the health office with a 3 day supply.
For more information, please see the Disaster Preparedness document below:
http://www.ready.gov Disaster preparedness information
http://www.whitehouse.gov White House
https://www.dhs.gov/ Federal Department of Homeland Security
https://www.nasponline.org/ National Association of School Psychologists
http://www.fema.gov/ Federal Emergency Management Agency
http://www.caloes.ca.gov/home California Office of Emergency Services
https://www.cdc.gov/ Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
http://www.fbi.gov/ Federal Bureau of Investigation
www.lacoe.edu Los Angeles County Office of Education