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    After the Smoke Clears and the Fire Trucks Leave Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Sally Dillon shares how one community dealt with the aftermath of losing their elementary school to a fire. The first step, grief recovery, began in church the next day. A routine was reestablished as much as possible, with students meeting in different places...

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    Child Safety Resource List Preschool-Grade 12
    This list links to resources on various aspects of child safety.

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    Disaster Control in Libraries: A Lesson from the Los Angeles Central Library Fire Tertiary-Lifelong
    An examination of the April 29, 1986, Los Angeles Central Library fire. Recovery methods are described. Elements of disaster control are prevention, preparedness, and response. These should be included in a written disaster plan, formulated by a committee...

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    School Safety - Everybody's Business Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Hile and Brown present methods Adventist schools can use to ensure children are safe. These methods include having a safety officer and safety committee, first aid supplies, a fire protection plan, a hazard reporting plan, conducting building inspections,...

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    School Safety -- Your Christian Responsibility Kindergarten-Grade 12
    What are the most critical safety concerns in a school environment? Supervision, child labor laws, and fire safety are areas of liability examined. Areas of supervision include shops and labs, physical education, field trips utilizing private transportation,...

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    Tornado! Lightning! Fire! When the Alarm Goes Off, What Happens at Your School? Grade 9-Tertiary
    School staff members need to work together as a team to develop an emergency response plan for a school before a disaster strikes. Risk management professionals outline the importance of drills, maintaining an emergency supply list, going through a fire prevention...

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    When Bad Things Happen to Good Schools Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Whether responding to a natural disaster or an incident of personnel misconduct, each school needs a Crisis Communication Plan that offers immediate and direct communication with parents, church, community, and the news media. During times of distress, members...