Helpful School Links!!!!
Bullying and Hate-Motivated Behavior Prevention – Bullying by students and its negative effects erode students’ ability to learn. more
California Department of Education School Facility: Information that relates to the Education Code sections that define the criteria that new school sites and new construction and modernization plans funded by the state must meet to be approved. more
California Department of Education Health & Safety: Information on indoor air quality, lead, asbestos, electromagnetic fields, safe walking routes to school, disaster preparedness, PCBs, pesticides, and pipelines. more
CPSC – Kids Playground Safety Buddy Kidd Safety needs you to be his playground safety buddy. You can use this handy checklist for your yard supervisors to involve the children and keep your playgrounds safe.
Drowning is preventable in California – As over 1,500 children and teens die annually in the United States from drowning incidents, more
Facility Inspection Tool (FIT) has been developed by the Office of Public School Construction to determine if a school facility is in “good repair”more
Pesticide RegulationTools and Templates more
Online version of (FIT) – Williams Act
Guide and Checklists for Nonstructural Earthquake Hazards in California Schools
IAQ TfS Action Kit (It’s FREE) shows schools how to carry out a practical plan to improve indoor air problems at little- or no-cost using straightforward activities and in-house staff. more
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) Key facts about MRSA infections in the United States, including schools and healthcare settings. Podcast
EPA registered Disinfectants for MRSA more
NIOSH Safety Checklist Program for Schools Administrators, coordinators, and teachers know that their schools should comply with Federal or State Occupational Safety and Health Administration regulations. However, more
Safer Schools Guide and Checklist for Nonstructural Earthquake Hazards in California Schools. more
Zero tolerance policies for firearms in schools – Although the term zero tolerance does not appear in law, the Federal Gun-Free Schools Act of 1994 requires school districts more