Planning to Recover from Emergencies at Districts and Schools

Event Date
Add to Calendar 2017-08-25 14:00:00 2017-08-25 14:00:00 Planning to Recover from Emergencies at Districts and Schools On Friday, August 25, 2017, from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. ET, the REMS TA Center, on behalf of the U.S. Department of Education's (ED) Office of Safe and Healthy Students (OSHS), will host a Webinar on how K-12 schools and districts can better plan to recover from emergency events and be ready for all hazards and threats that may impact their school community. Presenters will describe key considerations for recovery; present the process for including recovery activities in planning efforts; and share lessons learned from the 2014 Washington Oso landslide and Marysville-Pilchuck High School active shooter situation, and the Moore, Oklahoma tornado in 2013. During the Webinar, presenters will focus on the four recovery components of academics; physical and structural; business functions; and social, emotional, and behavioral recovery. This event will also feature a dedicated 15-minute Q&A session during which presenters will field questions from participants. To join the meeting, register here: http://remstacenter.org/webinars/WebinarRegistration.aspx?WebinarID=1080 Presenters: Mike Donlin, Program Supervisor, State of Washington School Safety Center; Amy Simpson, former Principal, Plaza Towers Elementary School; Kristin Atchley, Student Advocacy Coordinator, Norman Public Schools; Madeline Sullivan, Program Analyst, OSHS, ED; and Dr. Paul Myers, Director of Research and Development, REMS TA Center. Join Us for a Live Web Chat Following the Event! The Webinar will be followed by a live Web Chat with the presenters on the REMS TA Center’s Community of Practice (CoP) from 3:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. ET. Already a CoP Member? If you wish to participate in the Web Chat, you will be automatically redirected to the CoP following the Q&A session.   Not a CoP Member? We invite you to join our growing community of more than 1,000 practitioners to collaborate on special projects, share news and resources, and learn from the experiences of others in the field! Please click here to create an account in advance of the event.   Have Web Chat topics to send us now? Email info@remstacenter.org under the subject line August 25 Webinar: Topics for Web Chat and we’ll keep them on stand-by for the Web Chat. You can also send us Web Chat questions in advance by tagging @remstacenter and using the following hashtag: #5PreparednessMissions.   Spread the Word on Social Media Help us help the field by sharing the following post via your social networks. You can also share a link to our Webinars page by using any of the social media share links available on our Website header. Register for @remstacenter #5PreparednessMissions Webinar 8/25 at 2:00 ET on recovery. http://rems.ed.gov/TA_Webinars.aspx Questions about the Webinar, Web Chat or CoP? Contact the REMS TA Center Help Desk at 1-855-781-REMS [7367] or info@remstacenter.org between the hours of 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday.   noreply@air.org America/New_York public

Described key considerations for recovery; presented the process for including recovery activities in planning efforts; and shared lessons learned from the 2014 Washington Oso landslide and Marysville-Pilchuck High School active shooter situation, and the Moore, Oklahoma tornado in 2013. During the Webinar, presenters focused on the four recovery components of academics; physical and structural; business functions; and social, emotional, and behavioral recovery.

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