An Introduction to an Emergency Operations Plan
The purpose of an EOP is to plan and develop a course of action for emergency response. The EOP should provide school staff the who, what, when, where, and why for each possible threat or hazard and then move into practicing the plans in place.
Best Practices for Co-Located Schools and Places of Worship
Safety for staff and students is a top priority for schools, and when a school is co-located with a house of worship, there is an elevation of safety considerations. This module is in partnership with ISLA, the Islamic Schools League of America.
Social Media Threats
Social media is one of the most common ways that schools receive threats. Schools should have a plan to monitor, detect and respond to social media threats, whether they are vague or specific. In this module, we cover how to respond to these threats.
Threat Assessment with Dr. Nancy Zarse
This training describes threat assessment, which enables the early identification and intervention of violence and discovers the power of one simple question: is there movement from thought to action?
Opioid Awareness & Response
Awareness of the risks of prescription opioid use and being informed about the appropriate use of opioids and non-opioid alternatives, when appropriate, is important to help prevent opioid misuse and avoid a potential path to addiction.
Extracurricular Activities Protocols
Having specific extracurricular activities protocols in place will not only offer safety and peace of mind, but allow for plans to be in place if an emergency occurs outside of the traditional school day .