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Emergency Preparedness

Helping Children During and After Wildfires

Ready San Diego Resources

Responding to Natural Disasters

  •  School Safety and Crisis Resources (... Global Disasters: Helping Children Cope; Helping Children After a Wildfire: Tips for Parents and Teachers; New Schools for Students With Disabilities: Tips for ...)
  • Coping with Disaster
  •    Understand Disaster Events
  •    Recognize Signs of Disaster Related Stress
  •    Easing Disaster-Related Stress
  •    Helping Kids Cope with Disaster
  •   A Child's Reaction to Disaster by Age

This guide describes how parents can help during an emergency. It explains what schools can be expected to do and the school district’s alert procedure. The guide also contains a District Map and School Zones and school bus procedures.

NASP Crisis Resources

School Safety Hotline 858-844-PUSD-TIP or 858-844-787-3847

Students, parents, and the community can report suspicious and illegal activities by seeing an adult in person or calling the PUSD Safe Schools Hotline. Together we can help keep our children safe. The confidentiality of those reporting is protected.