Amidst COVID-19, school districts have become a central location of information for the community. This discussion will include the initial challenges of the pandemic; such as online transitional learning, supply chain strain, community partnerships and pressure. Also discussed is the shift of priorities after handling the initial obstacles that resulted from the pandemic as well as communication, preparation and the role that school districts play within the community.
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Emergency Management Consultant, Ashton Tiffany
Kaylee has worked for the Arizona School Risk Retention Trust (Trust) for seven years. She earned her master of arts in emergency management and homeland security from Arizona State University and oversees the Trust Emergency Management Program.
Kaylee conducts trainings, assists districts with planning, and facilitates regional school safety consortiums around the state. She also serves on the Arizona Department of Education's Emergency Preparedness Advisory Council, and as secretary of the International Association of Emergency Manager's Children in Disaster Caucus.
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