School Safety: K-12 and Higher Ed

Hurricane Harvey Resources for Texas Schools

Hurricane Harvey swept our Texas coast, and as a result, affected 58 counties in the state. Consequently, the daily operations of many districts and schools were negatively impacted as a result of the storm. In order to help districts, school personnel, and students begin the recovery process, the Texas School Safety Center is compiling a list of trusted organizations and timely resources to assist our schools and communities during this difficult phase.

Schools are a learning link for a community as illustrated by the safety drill done at one of Charity Productions client schools, Tekoa Academy in Port Arthur, Texas.

Major disaster comes to charter school–but not really

Gov Abbott Announces Full Compliance With School Safety Directives


Texas School Safety Tool Kit

The Texas School Safety Center’s Severe Weather Toolkit is designed to support schools in recognizing the threat posed by severe weather and to provide guidance regarding how to respond before, during and after a severe weather event. The following link refers to the section of the toolkit that provides resources and information specific to hurricane planning and recovery processes for schools.

Sample School Emergency Operations Plan

Campus Resilience Program Releases New Exercise Starter Kits for the K-12 Community

REMS TA Center News & Highlights

Homeland Security Office of Academic Engagement

School Safety and Security



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