Disasters can come in many forms and can occur anywhere, at any time. They can result from natural causes, such as earthquakes, fires, floods, and severe storms as well as from man-made threats such as active shooters and chemical spills. Knowing how to react and respond in a time of crisis is important to keeping you and your students out of harm’s way. School emergency preparedness efforts and emergency plans help to keep students and staff safe. As part of the Utah State Board of Education R277-400, with guidance from the district, each school must develop an emergency response plan to protect students and staff.
It is the goal of Cache County School District to provide you with direct and easy access to important and timely emergency preparedness information and resources as they relate to your schools. We hope you find the information provided here to be a valuable tool in planning for, preparing for, responding to, and recovering from an emergency or disaster.
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Cache County School District Emergency Preparedness and Response Week is April 13-17, 2020.