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School Preparedness: Getting Started
Is your school prepared for all emergencies?
Traditionally schools develop a crisis communications plan to respond to internal issues. Not many schools develop an emergency plan detailing specific hazards that may exist locally, nor do they include those individuals that may be responsible with in the community for assisting the school. In many cases, teachers are not aware of the schools emergency plans.
A commitment to preparing today will help support employees, students and your community. It also protects your community’s financial investment and gives your school a better chance for survival through any emergency.
How to prepare your school:
MEMA and the Department of Education have developed a library of resources to get you started.
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