A day-long training on how school districts and schools can better prepare for an earthquake.
Individuals with roles and responsibilities in protecting the school community, before, during,
and after potential earthquakes, including, but not limited to school district and school
administrators, educators, counselors, school psychologists, school social workers,
facilities staff, food management and cafeteria staff, school nurse, support staff,
and members of an EOP planning team. Also applicable for the local municipality's representative, emergency managers, law enforcement and school resource officers, fire officials, Emergency Medical Services personnel, local public health officials, local mental/behavioral health practitioners, representatives from youth-serving organizations, and other community partners.
Number of Participants?
25 at a minimum and 50 at a maximum.
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