Be Smart & Safe During Hurricane Harvey

If you are in Texas you have felt the devastating floods and rain caused by Hurricane Harvey. We want to encourage our students and parents to stay safe. Many areas are still flooded and people are still without power and water.  Here are some safety tips and things needed to keep you and your family safe. (click pictures for more info)

1.) Medical/Safety kit. Very important for you to have a portable one you can have in your home but also take with you to your office or out if you take trips! Some people have been stranded in their homes for hours and in some cases days. This is great to have for you and your family in case you cannot get medical attention right away.

2.) Water Resistant Flashlights. Much needed for anyone who may be stranded or has lost power. This is perfect because it is water resistant and has Intense Spotlight for long range observation up to 600 feet and a Circle Floodlight for large area illumination.

3.) WATER. People in Beaumont stood in line for almost 7 hours just to get water. A day or two before Hurricane Harvey landed on soil, many stores were ran out of water completely. ALWAYS stay stocked up on water in case of a crisis. You just may never know when you will really need it!

4.) CANNED FOOD. If you have visited the grocery store in the past week you know it has been complete chaos! Almost all canned goods were gone from the shelves. Better to be prepared ahead of time than be left with nothing.

5.) SANITATION. This means feminine products, soap, toilet paper, personal hygiene items, etc.

PLEASE BE SAFE OUT THERE AND CONTINUE TO HELP YOUR FELLOW NEIGHBOR AND ANYONE IN NEED THE BEST YOU CAN!

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