StormZone is a school-based multidisciplinary science and social studies education program designed specifically for middle and high schools in the United States and overseas. The program teaches students about the science of severe natural hazards, the effects of climate change, and how emergency management agencies work with local governments to prepare for and recover from such disasters. The program also provides students with safety and preparedness information, including a disaster survival kit, and how to become a Red Cross volunteer.
StormZone materials are available to libraries, schools and the general public at no charge. We are always grateful for any voluntary donations to support this STEM education outreach program. Simply visit the website and you will have access to all hazards weather information – hurricanes, tornadoes, floods and flashfloods, wildfires, severe winter weather and extreme heat – and earthquakes. Also you will receive information about the role of emergency management, preparedness including a disaster survival kit, and how to become a Red Cross volunteer.