Emergency Preparedness

Are you prepared? Stock up on emergency supplies at Hi-School Pharmacy.

FEMA suggests making an emergency kit with enough supplies to last for at least 72 hours.

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Water – 1 Gallon per Person per Day

Water Purification Kit

First Aid Kit

First Aid Book

Food – Non-Perishable

Can Opener (Non-Electric)

Blankets or Sleeping Bags

Portable Radio, Flashlight, Spare Batteries

Essential Medications

Extra Pair of Eyeglasses

Extra Pair of House & Car Keys

Fire Extinguisher – A-B-C Type

Food, Water, Restraint (Leash or Carrier) for Pets

Cash & Change

Baby Supplies (If Applicable): Formula, Bottle, Pacifier, Soap, Baby Powder, Clothing, Blankets, Baby Wipes, Disposable Diapers, Canned Food, Juices

Important Family Documents: Insurance Policies, Identification
Bank Account Records


Sanitation Supplies

Large Plastic Trash Bags for Waste, Tarps, Rain Ponchos

Large Trash Cans

Bar Soap, Liquid Detergent


Toothpaste, Toothbrushes

Feminine Hygiene Supplies

Toilet Paper

Moist Towelettes

Household Bleach


Safety & Comfort

Sturdy Shoes

Heavy Gloves for Clearing Debris

Candles, Matches

Light Sticks

Change of Clothing

Knife, Razor Blades

Garden Hose for Siphoning & Firefighting


Communication Kit: Paper, Pens, Stamps

Books, Games, Puzzles

Dust Mask



Plastic Knives, Forks, Spoons

Paper Plates, Cups

Paper Towels

Heavy-Duty Aluminum Foil

Camping Stove for Outdoor Cooking


Tools & Supplies

Axe, Shovel, Broom

Adjustable Wrench for Turning off Gas

Tool Kit: Screwdriver, Pliers, Hammer

Coil of 1/2″ Rope

Plastic Tape, Staple Gun, Sheeting for Window Replacement

Whistle to Signal for Help


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