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Section 1 Unit 1—Preparedness

Partnerships in Preparedness, Response, and Recovery

The likelihood of effectively managing an emergency is increased with an established district-level plan and individual emergency response plans tailored to the conditions and resources of each school or facility. These guidelines contained herein provide a step-by-step model for Local Education Agencies (LEA) and individual schools to develop their own School Emergency Response Plan.

In this Guide, we define an emergency as:

  • A sudden, generally unanticipated event that has the potential to profoundly and negatively impact a significant segment of the school population.

Continued in Section 1 Unit 2—Communication

See the full PDF version of Section 1 of School Emergency Response Plan and Management Guide


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