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    October 29, 2018

    When a Crisis Hits is Not the Time to Plan

    Crisis planning is like buying insurance. We may never need a crisis communication plan, but is it worth the risk in today’s climate? Smart communicators know they can’t get by without a crisis communication plan....

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    By Rick J. Kaufman, APR

    Categories: School Districts

    October 22, 2018

    Q&A: Leading Through Communication in Times of Crisis

    The following is a sampling of the questions and answers from this month's installment. Questions are edited for brevity. Feel free to email rrkaufman154@gmail.com with a question or comment, and don't forget to check back regularly at www.SchoolSafetySeries.com for this and other great resources....

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    By Rick J. Kaufman, APR

    Categories: School Districts

    October 15, 2018

    7 Important Steps to Help School Administrators Keep Children Safe Online

    Parents, teachers and school administrators can all play a part in keeping elementary, middle and high school students safe online. By having age-appropriate conversations about the dangers of social media and online predators, adults can better prepare children for the risks of online activity. Kids need to know that everything put online can be accessed by others, even when only shared with people they know.  It’s easy ...

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    By Kristin Maclaughlin

    Categories: School Districts

    October 10, 2018

    Leading Through Communication in Times of Crisis

    The midst of a crisis is not the time to let students, staff and families know what to do in an emergency. That needs to occur before it happens....

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    By Rick J. Kaufman, APR

    Categories: School Districts