Health Services Mission Statement
Protect Yourself During Wildfire
For more information, please visit: California Department of Public Health
The fires around California are an absolute tragedy. Unfortunately, we are unable to escape the effects and impacts of the smoke from the fires.
“The Camp Fire burning in Butte County and several fires in Tulare County have prompted local air officials to issue a health caution for smoke impacts throughout the San Joaquin Valley. The health caution will remain in place and smoke impacts are likely, until the fires are extinguished.” – SJV Air Pollution Control District
The following are resources and guidelines to assist in site level decision making as provided by the Valley Air District: http://healthyairliving.com/schools and https://www.valleyair.org/myraan/ (to sign up for real-time alerts).
For your convenience, attached:
- San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District News Release 11.8.18
- Real-time Outdoor Activity Risk (ROAR) Guidelines
Additionally, operations staff will be reaching out to custodial teams to provide support as needed in checking air filters throughout campus. Please share this information with site staff. Together, we are dedicated to providing the safest environment for our staff and students. Our thoughts and prayers are with those more directly impacted by these events.
Clark Burke, Ed.D.
Superintendent of Schools
Manteca Unified School District
Do I Need To Stay Home From School?
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Choose to Prepare Now! Preparing your family for an emergency is as simple as a conversation over dinner. Make & practice your family’s preparedness plan so your family knows how to reconnect & reunite when an emergency strikes.
Get everyone involved. Use the tips & guidance to help your family prepare (click the links): https://www.ready.gov/kids, an Emergency plan checklist for Parents, an Emergency plan checklist for kids, and an Emergency Supply Checklist.