Photo courtesy of HUSDHUSD SAFE program students learned what to do during disasters through a teaching initiative project with Disney and the American Red Cross. ■ Staff Reports / The Valley Chronicle HUSD SAFE PROGRAM KIDS LEARN DISASTER PREPAREDNESS TIPS Hemet Unified School District students enrolled in the SAFE After School Program learned how to create an emergency supply kit using a pillowcase. This project taught students the importance of fire safety, personal preparedness, and taught them how to create an emergency supply kit. A representative from the American Red Cross instructed students on how to stay safe during such natural disasters as earthquakes and aftershocks, coping skills to help during
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