Districts were encouraged to begin development of
hazard-specific and functional annexes that meet the needs of
each district, such as a hazardous materials annex and a public
health and medical plan annex.
TASB’s Flores and Moss concluded the presentation with
five questions that trustees should ask regarding emergency
• Who is involved in the emergency management program
and planning process?
• When was the district’s emergency operations plan last
• What training is being provided to staff?
• Are the appropriate drills and exercises being performed
in accordance with state standards?
• Are the appropriate “after actions” being performed in
accordance with state standards?H
Anthony Hill, a Coppell ISD trustee, is 2019-20 treasurer of the
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