In any emergency or natural disaster, our primary concern is for your children’s safety and peace of mind. Therefore, the faculty and staff annually reviews and updates Fremont’s Disaster Preparedness Plan.
Student/parent reunification is the means for safe and orderly releasing of students to families in the event of an emergency evacuation or school closing after a disaster and a very important piece of our plan. Your support and cooperation are ESSENTIAL to its success.
Please study the following procedures, prepare for them and review applicable ones with your child(ren).
Should you have any related questions, please do not hesitate to call the school at (818) 249-3241.
If an emergency strikes while your child is in school...
Student Information Cards
Student Information Cards for every student are kept on file in the school office to be used to locate parents in case of an emergency.
A new card must be completed each fall so that the information is current.
In addition, for your child's safety, please notify the school of any change of address, home, mobile and work telephone numbers that occur during the year. Accurate information on the card is needed so that a teacher, principal, nurse or other school employee can notify without delay a parent or other designated responsible adult in case a child becomes ill or is injured at school.
If a major fire, earthquake or other disaster should occur during school hours, children will be kept at school in a safe area until an authorized adult comes to pick them up.