Pandemic Influenza Planning Kit for Schools

The Planning Kit for Schools has the potential to increase pandemic influenza awareness, assist schools in maintaining continuity of education, and serve as a resource for the greater community. The kit carefully describes tangible steps that schools can take to plan for a pandemic, and the templates require organizations to identify specific school personnel as part of an incident command structure. State and local health departments who are in the beginning or advanced stages of school pandemic planning could benefit from these comprehensive and well-organized materials.

A worksheet for Special Needs students begins on Page 46.

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