STOCKTON UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
701 N. Madison, Stockton, CA 95202 • 209-933-7000

 

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 REMS
 Readiness and Emergency
 Management for Schools
 - Parent/Guardian Role in Emergencies | Spanish
Providing a safe place for students is one of the most important responsibilities of our school system. All SUSD schools are required to have a disaster plan called the Readiness and Emergency Management for Schools or REMS Plan. Drill procedures for emergencies and disasters are regularly practiced at school.

Along with school staff, your family plays a very important role in preventing and responding to school emergencies.

Here is what you can do to help us be prepared for any emergency or disaster:
• Report any issues, concerns or rumors related to safety to your school principal or SUSD Police Department 468-6911.
• Help support all security measures when visiting our schools by signing in and out at the school office and wearing a visitor’s badge at all times while in the building.
• Regularly update your student’s Emergency Card with your current contact information and emergency information. This is the contact information which will be used for our automated telephone system to alert you of situations. In the event of an emergency, only custodial parents, legal guardians and those persons listed on the emergency card are allowed to pick up students at a parent re-unification center. Persons picking up students must have a valid picture ID.
• If your child is on medications taken at school, be sure the school has at least a two day supply at all times.

We encourage you to talk with the school principal should you have any questions or concerns regarding the school’s REMS Plan.

 

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