This virtual guided group introductory course will cover the six steps to developing a School EOP. Built in activities and discussions will help the group to plan and achieve your goals as you progress. By the end of this course, you will have an EOP team, hazards identified, goals and objectives, courses of action, the beginnings of a written plan, and a training and exercise schedule developed for your school.
This template is intended for use by smaller Montana School Districts while developing their High-Quality Emergency Operations Plans (EOPs). It should be used within the EOP team’s overall planning process, and is not meant to be used in place of the planning process.
This document will guide school districts working to prioritize their ESSA Title IV-A funds through a self-assessment of their school’s safety structure including physical, culture and climate, psychological and emotional health before, during, and after an emergency.
This checklist summarizes key elements that will help schools develop a systematic approach to developing an EOP.
“Use the tools and resources in this toolkit to support efforts at your school or school district to build capacity in emergency management and preparedness.” (REMS TA Center).
This is a graphic to summarize the six-steps to follow to create a high-quality EOP.