Earthquake

SCHOOL SAFTEY IS OUR PRIORITY

The Safety of Children Always Comes First.

Unlike hurricanes or other natural hazards, earthquakes strike suddenly and without warning. Nevertheless, there are things that we can do to reduce the chances that those who attend or work at Mesa will be injured, or that school property will be damaged by an earthquake. These activities all fall under the concept of preparedness, because to be effective, they must be done before earthquakes occur.

Preparing for earthquakes involves learning what should be done before, during, and after earthquakes; and doing or preparing to do those things, before the next quake. School preparedness requires the participation of administrators, teachers, students, and parents.

School Safety

Students learn best and achieve their full potential in safe and orderly classrooms.

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Bus Safety

The school bus is the safest vehicle on the road—your child is much safer taking a bus to and from school than traveling by car.

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Resources & Tips

It's important to remember – and share with your children – some key tips that will help keep them safe and healthy throughout the school year.

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Fire

U.S. fire departments respond to approximately 5,500 fires at education buildings each year. That’s why it’s so important to stress fire safety education in our schools.

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Earthquake

Preparing for earthquakes involves learning what should be done before, during, and after earthquakes.

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Shelter in Place

A Lock Down will be announced over the intercom, as “LOCK DOWN” and no distinction will be made between a drill and an actual emergency.

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