During an emergency when the school is closed unexpectedly, there is still an obligation of the school or district to provide meals to some of their student populations. There may also be the need to periodically distribute materials associated with distance learning.
While there are several resources available on the need for these services, there are few resources describing the mechanics of the process.
Right. That tricky word “Just” reared its head. “Point of Distribution” is a solid concept in Emergency Management. In the case of meal or material distribution it’s important to create buffer zones or air gaps between the various tasks, facilities and people. The purpose of this document is to provide some guidance to schools and districts to efficiently distribute meals, materials, or even medication during a crisis.
Distribution guidance for schools, districts, departments and agencies.
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This video is intended to provide a brief overview of the Standard Distribution Method.
It does not mean to be in a place where there is no noise, trouble, or hard work.
It means to be in the midst of those things and still be calm in your heart.