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Emergency Preparedness

Assumption School is committed to its responsibility to provide a framework for preparation, response, recovery and mitigation in the event of an emergency.


The Emergency Preparedness Plan has been developed to provide a comprehensive guide to responding to emergency situations that may face Assumption School. These include but are not limited to:

  • earthquakes
  • fires
  • major transportation or industrial accident
  • bomb threats, active shooter, or other acts of violence



  • comply with the State of California Education Code related to emergency procedures
  • provide a basis for emergency response, education and training
  • ensure that all aspects of an emergency/disaster response are assigned and coordinated to meet the needs of the school in coordination with the Parish, Oakland Diocese, City of San Leandro, and Alameda County emergency response plans
  • provide maximum safety and protect students, staff, and visitors from injury
  • maintain and restore normal services as quickly as possible following an emergency incident or disaster