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Kirbyville CISD Emergency Information Page
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Kirbyville CISD utilizes a 4 phase approach toward emergency management to be prepared for all hazards that may threaten our students and staff.

On this page you will find helpful information and links for emergency situations.

Kirbyville CISD is dedicated to the safety and security of our students, staff, facilities and community.

Contact Information:
Richard Hazlewood, Superintendent of Schools
Office: 409-423-7520 Fax: 409-423-2367
Emergency Information: 1-866-445-9050 {School Messenger Notification System]


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Hurricane & Flood

On average, there are six Atlantic hurricanes each year and over a three year period approximately five hurricanes strike the United States coastline from Texas to Maine.The Atlantic hurricane season begins June 1st and runs through November 30th. The Pacific hurricane season runs from May 15th through November 30th.
When hurricanes move onto land, the heavy rain, strong winds and storm surge can cause damage to buildings and property. In coastal areas, a large amount of damage can be caused by the storm surge driven inland by the approaching storm. Wind damage is also possible not just from the high winds of the hurricane, but also from tornadic activity that can be spawned by a hurricane.
If a hurricane is approaching you should be prepared with hurricane supplies and follow all evacuation advisories. In the Hurricane Preparedness link to the right you will find more information on how to be prepared to protect your family and property in the event of an approaching hurricane.
Hurricane Links
       
     Hurricane Preparedness   Secure Your Home        Tracking Chart

         
Online Tracking             NOAA Weather         Spaghetti Models


Safety at Home
Just as KCISD has a comprehensive safety plan at school, you should have one for your home. Here are some safety sites that can help you prepare your family and home for any emergency.

     Make a Plan                  Kids Ready.Gov           National Safety Council

      
The Baby Center            Safe Kids                     Safety at Home 


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Online Safety

By educating yourself and your children, you can help make the Internet a safe and valuable tool for your family. The most important thing you can do is to pay close attention to your children and encourage them to confide in you. They should know that you will be calm and protective if they tell you about something that has frightened or disturbed them. Complete information is available from the Texas Office of the Attorney General.

Online Safety Links

Microsoft                    StaySafeOnline               GetNetWise

      OnGuard Online           FEMA Online Safety            SafeTeens


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1-800-418-6423 Ext. 359
For a growing number of schools nationwide, students are passing information and tips via the confidential Safe School Helpline®.

Sound too good to be true? It's today's reality.

Students have eagle eyes and excellent hearing. Students do know what's about to come down. They've heard the threats, seen the evidence, and are scared senseless. They want to keep their school safe. And they are ready and willing to pass the information on to school authorities, if they can do so anonymously, and without fear of retribution.



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Pandemic Flu/Influenza

Flu, or influenza, is a contagious illness caused by the flu virus. It attacks the nose, throat and lungs in people. Anyone, including healthy people, can get the flu. Serious health problems from the flu can happen at any age.

Flu Links

 Influenza      Bird Flu


Texas School Safety Center
Information about safety in our Texas schools.

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The National Strategy for Homeland Security and the Homeland Security Act of 2002 served to mobilize and organize our nation to secure the homeland from terrorist attacks. This exeedingly complex mission requires a focused effort from our entire society if we are able to be successful. To this end, one primary reason for the establishment of the Department of Homeland Security was to provide the unifying core for the vast national network of organizations and institutions involved in efforts to secure our nation.

Homeland Security Links

    Advisories   School Safety

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