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School Cybersecurity - Short and Long Term Steps to Protect your Community

In recent years, cyberattacks have been getting both more frequent and more sophisticated. From Aug. 14 to Sept. 12, 2021, educational organizations...

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5 things we expect to see in 2022, and how to prepare for them

Wondering what the new year might bring? Here’s our best (educated) guess about what schools will face in 2022. It’s paired with our best advice for...

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School Safety After Return From Covid-19

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Back to Basics - Essentials of School Safety in the 2021-22 School Year

A few months into the year, we’re battling an uptick in fights and weapons that’s causing a wave of fear and anxiety across campuses. At the same...

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Epi-Pens for Schools

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At A Glance: Epi-Pens & Allergic Reactions

What are Allergic Reactions? As defined by the Mayo Clinic, an allergy is “when your immune system reacts to a foreign substance...or a food that...

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School CPR Training

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CPR Training During the COVID-19 Pandemic

We sat down with our director of Get CPR Done, Felicia Gonsalez, to talk about the impact that the pandemic has had on CPR training.

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At-A-Glance: CPR Training

CPR is one of the most basic and essential first aid and emergency response skills to know. According to Felicia Gonsalez, our director for Get CPR...

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School Lockdown Drills

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Emergency Preparedness: Lockdowns At-A-Glance

Lockdowns are scenarios in which campus is called to stop all movement on and off of campus because of a direct or nearby threat to staff and/or...

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Leadership Under Fire

Through the experience of supporting schools throughout the U.S. and now the world, Joffe has learned a thing or two about emergency management and...

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Impact of COVID 19 on Schools' Emergency Prep - Interview with Hope Kaye

We sat down this week with our Director of Emergency Management, Hope Kaye. Hope has been involved in emergency services for five years, having...

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