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Photos From The 2013 California ShakeOut

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Staff and customers at the Alameda Free Library participated in the ShakeOut. Everyone was safe.

Alameda Free Library, Alameda, CA

Photo by: Cosette Ratliff

Staff and customers at the Alameda Free Library participated in the ShakeOut. Everyone was safe.


Nursing students ShakeOut at the Alameda Free Library!

Alameda Free Library, Alameda, CA

Photo by: Cosette Ratliff

Nursing students ShakeOut at the Alameda Free Library!




3 One year olds, 3 two year olds and a dog taking shelter under the table for two minutes. We did great for our age.

Sandy Land Child Care, Salinas, CA

Photo by: Bill Hall

3 One year olds, 3 two year olds and a dog taking shelter under the table for two minutes. We did great for our age.




High School Student participates in the Great California ShakeOut

Independence High School, Placerville, CA

Photo by: Pam Habedank

High School Student participates in the Great California ShakeOut


My daycare kids holding onto the table. (The kids weren't hanging out from under the table during the actual drill. They were all tucked up tight under it, holding on so the table didn't go anywhere. And I was under there also.)

Creed Family Daycae, Crescent City, CA

Photo by: Katie Creed

My daycare kids holding onto the table. (The kids weren't hanging out from under the table during the actual drill. They were all tucked up tight under it, holding on so the table didn't go anywhere. And I was under there also.)


Bethlehem Preschool in Canyon Country, CA participated in the Great Shakeout 2013! All our children did a great job!

Bethlehem Preschool, Canyon Country, CA

Photo by: Toni Ferrara

Bethlehem Preschool in Canyon Country, CA participated in the Great Shakeout 2013! All our children did a great job!


Miss Dee Dee & Miss Michelle's 4 yr old class got under the table during the

Bethlehem Preschool, Canyon Country, CA



Miss Dee Dee & Miss Michelle's 4 yr old class got under the table during the "earthquake" part of the Great Shakeout 2013


Patricia Garcia

DOR San Jose DOS Unit, San Jose, CA

Photo by: Roberta Tafoya

Patricia Garcia


Lisa Nguyen

DOR San Jose DOS Unit, San Jose, CA

Photo by: Roberta Tafoya

Lisa Nguyen


California ShakeOut 2013

Volutone Distributing Co., Simi Valley, California

Photo by: Traci Nelson

California ShakeOut 2013



Practicing with the preschoolers our Check out at 10:17am

The Salvation Army Los Angeles Day Care, Los Angeles, CA

Photo by: Maria Rodriguez

Practicing with the preschoolers our Check out at 10:17am




Drop! Cover! Hold On!
10:17 AM
#shakeout

Downtown Scholars Child Development Center, San Jose, CA

Photo by: Sandra Perez

Drop! Cover! Hold On! 10:17 AM #shakeout








Our 2013 Shakeout was great.  All students practiced, Duck, Cover and Hold On.  After a few minutes, all students evacuated the classrooms, and proceeded to the school yard, where roll was taken and an explanation of the importance of the drill was explained. Following the explanation, the student body was thanked for participating in the drill, and was reminded that preparedness means survival.  It was great!

Holy Family Grade School, Glendale, CA

Photo by: Maria Talavera

Our 2013 Shakeout was great. All students practiced, Duck, Cover and Hold On. After a few minutes, all students evacuated the classrooms, and proceeded to the school yard, where roll was taken and an explanation of the importance of the drill was explained. Following the explanation, the student body was thanked for participating in the drill, and was reminded that preparedness means survival. It was great!


Employees ready to withstand the quake!

California Academy of Sciences., San Francisco, CA



Employees ready to withstand the quake!


All safe and sound.

Holy Family Grade School, Glendale, CA

Photo by: Maria Talavera

All safe and sound.




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©2014 SCEC Southern California Earthquake Center @ USC
The Great California ShakeOut Step 1: Secure it now! Step 2: Make a plan Step 3: Make disaster kits Step 4: Is your place safe? Step 5: Drop, Cover, and Hold On Step 6: Check it out! Step 7: Communicate and recover!