CDC announces “emergency might require a sudden sleepover” of schoolkids


The Center for Disease Control issued a three-step preparedness card questionnaire that asks parents the unthinkable and insinuates what should be done when it comes to protecting “your child during emergencies in the school day.”

The CDC guidelines say it’s as “easy as ABC.”

“How would you be reunited with your child in an emergency?” the questionnaire asks parents.

“Bring extra medicines, special foods, or supplies your child would need if separated overnight,” it reads. “Complete a backpack card and tuck one in your child’s backpack and your wallet.”

Additionally, it reads: “An emergency might require a sudden sleepover. Tell school administrators about any extra supplies your child may need to safely make it through a night away from home.”

H/T: @AmeriforceJ on Twitter



6 thoughts on “CDC announces “emergency might require a sudden sleepover” of schoolkids

  1. Keep your child’s BOB in your car, not in their school. Teach them how to help themselves in emergencies and give them a pocket EDC tin and teach them how to use it.
    It’s all about ‘teaching’ them. If they have the skills, then they can usually figure out the rest.

  2. I agree with homeschooling, but we are ALL paying for these schools, and its time to purge them of the usual suspects, by whatever means necessary. TAKE BACK YOUR LOCAL SCHOOL. GET THE COMMIE PEDO GARBAGE OUT BY WHATEVER MEANS NECESSARY.

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