The state of Kansas is committed to protecting one of its most valuable treasures -- its school children.

On any given day, approximately 20 percent of the state’s populace is in a school environment, which includes students, teachers, administrators and support staff.

The Kansas Center for Safe and Prepared Schools was launched in 2009 to address concerns about emergency preparedness in schools. Here you will find information and resources on making your community’s schools prepared for emergency situations.
 

Below are additional links to assist school boards, administrators, teachers, school resource protection officers and other officials with planning, training and emergency preparedness.

Schools

Disaster Programs

 Mitigation

 Preparedness

For Natural Disasters

Training


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