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Read: Accounting for Everyone on Campus: An Interview with Raptor Technologies

Accounting for Everyone on Campus: An Interview with Raptor Technologies

Here’s how schools can know exactly who is on campus and accurately account for everyone during emergencies.

Read: Florida School Districts Select Raptor Technologies as their Panic Alert Solution for Alyssa’s Law Requirement

Florida School Districts Select Raptor Technologies as their Panic Alert Solution for Alyssa’s Law Requirement

Polk, Sarasota, Charlotte, Nassau, Gadsden, Holmes, and Bradford County school districts choose Raptor Technologies as their mobile panic alert provider.

Read: Maintaining a Safe School in the Post-Pandemic World: An Interview with Raptor Technologies

Maintaining a Safe School in the Post-Pandemic World: An Interview with Raptor Technologies

Here’s how campuses can safely reopen post-COVID and why schools need mobile panic alarms.

Read: Survey: Campus Emergency Notification Systems Performed Well During the Pandemic

Survey: Campus Emergency Notification Systems Performed Well During the Pandemic

According to this year’s Campus Safety Emergency Notification Survey, nearly three in four survey respondents didn’t have challenges with their mass notification solutions, and only 3% said they experienced many pandemic-related problems with their systems.

Read: Maximize K-12 Stimulus Funding to Improve Long-Term School Safety

Maximize K-12 Stimulus Funding to Improve Long-Term School Safety

The CARES Act, CRRSA Act, and ARP Act are giving districts an unprecedented amount of stimulus funding to address the impacts of COVID-19. When used strategically, districts can purchase the tools needed to safely reopen, respond to COVID-19, and maintain a safe learning environment long after the pandemic ends.

Read: Florida DOE Chooses AT&T’s Coordinated Emergency Response Solution

Florida DOE Chooses AT&T’s Coordinated Emergency Response Solution

The system shares live video and directly connects school communications with responding public safety agencies.

Read: How to Use Federal Funds to Safely Reopen and Stay Open

How to Use Federal Funds to Safely Reopen and Stay Open

Schools can screen students, staff, and visitors for COVID-19, as well as run background checks on and track hours for volunteers helping students with learning loss.

Read: 4 Key Components of Comprehensive Emergency Response for Schools

4 Key Components of Comprehensive Emergency Response for Schools

Including these 4 key components in your school safety approach can help you successfully respond to any emergency and ultimately save lives.

Read: Brighton (Mich.) Schools Cut Parent-Student Reunification Time by 75%

Brighton (Mich.) Schools Cut Parent-Student Reunification Time by 75%

In an active shooter drill, the process of reunification was conducted twice — once using an emergency management system and once using paper-and-pencil.

Read: What to Look for in a Visitor Management System — And What to Avoid

What to Look for in a Visitor Management System — And What to Avoid

Looking to invest in an electronic visitor management system? Here’s how you can convince hesitant stakeholders.

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