Fifth grade students across Wisconsin are learning to be ready for disasters and emergencies through STEP, Student Tools for Emergency Planning.
STEP is designed to teach students how to prepare for various emergencies including tornadoes, flooding and storms and encourages them to share the information with their families and to develop their own family emergency plan. Along with the knowledge, each student takes home a starter emergency kit.
More than 28,000 students across Wisconsin have taken part in STEP since the programís launch during the 2010-11 school year.
STEP for the 2015-16 school year registration starts now!
Click this link for STEP 2015-2016 school year registration
STEP 2014-15 School Year Participants (pdf)
For more information about registration and STEP, contact Tod Pritchard at 608-242-3324 or email@example.com
STEP in action in Wisconsin
Support for STEP from AT&T
Also supported by an educational grant from the Wisconsin Medical Society Foundation
STEP in action
STEP students at Wonewoc-Center Elementary show off their emergency backpack.
Keller Elementary in Green Bay
Roosevelt Elementary in Oshkosh
West Middleton 5th graders
Johnson Creek Elementary (Mrs. Scheibel's Class)
Johnson Creek Elementary (Dustin Nimmer and Nick Hoffman make emergency plans)
Johnson Creek Elementary (Mr. Brocket's Class)