LIGHTNING SAFETY

  • Education and prevention are the keys to lightning safety
  • Practice and competitions should be immediately suspended as soon as lightning is seen or thunder is heard
  • All athletes and spectators should seek safe shelter during severe weather
  • Play should not resume for at least 30 minutes after the last lightning strike or thunderclap

RESOURCES:

NFHS Lightning Safety Guidelines

www.lightningsafety.com

www.weather.com

www.weather.gov

Event Calendar

Calendar

September 2019

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  • PROF DEV: Teaching in an Independent School
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  • PROF DEV: How Healthy is Your School?
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  • Athletic Committee Meeting
  • Appeal Hearings
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  • PROF DEV: Life Safety Professional Development
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  • PROF DEV: Fundraising 101
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  • GISA Benefits Info Meeting
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  • PROF DEV: Practices in World Language Classrooms
  • State Literary Committee Mtg (for Region Coordinators ONLY)
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  • GISA Benefits Info Meeting
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  • PROF DEV: The College Board - What's Now, What's New, What's Coming?
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  • PROF DEV: ACT - What's New & Social/Emotional Aspects for Students
  • GISA Benefits Info Meeting
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