Oklahoma Rebuilds: One Year Later
One year after a deadly tornado, school rebuilds but deep scars remain
- Lessons on Loss: How a school community heals after student loss
- Helping Students Cope with Natural Disaster
- What Really Matters
- School Safety: A Guide to Developing a Severe Weather Emergency Plan for Schools
This document provides advice on planning for flooding, hail, and tornadoes. It also includes a good glossary of weather terms for lesson planning. Written by a Warning Coordination Meteorologist with the National Weather Service.
News Stories on Oklahoma
- Graduations provide respite, fresh start after deadly Oklahoma tornado
- Graduates in tornado-raked Oklahoma town vow to stay
- Graduation ceremonies held for Moore, Oklahoma, students
- Oklahoma schools destroyed by tornado to rebuild
- NEA Mourns for Oklahoma in Wake of Tornado Tragedy
The National Education Association offers its sincerest condolences to all those who have been affected by the tornado, especially the friends, family and loved ones of those who have been killed, injured or are missing.
- School Crisis Guide
Knowing what to do can be the difference between stability and upheaval. This step-by-step resource created by educators for educators can make it easier for NEA leaders and school district administrators and principals to keep schools safe.
STAND WITH OKLAHOMA
Stay Up to Date on School Rebuilding Efforts
Angels Amongst Us
NEA's Vice President Lily Eskelsen on the role of educators in the wake of tragedy.
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