Guidelines and Tools for adding a Tragedy Component to your Crisis Response Team
Are You Prepared?
The death of a student or staff member can devastate a school and its surrounding community.
Often these tragedies occur with little or no warning, which means school administrators are left with little or no time to come to terms with the tragedy before they are forced to make decisions that affect the entire community. By developing a tragedy component to your crisis response team, Confronting Death in the School Family will help you respond to any and every tragedy in a consistent and compassionate manner.
Confronting Death in the School Family will provide you with:
The keys to successfully establishing a sound tragedy component to your Crisis Response Team are organization, preparation, and planing. Confronting Death in the School Family will give you the tools necessary to handle the most tragic of situations.
|Author:||Dave Opalewski, Joel Robertson|
|Audience:||Elementary (K-5), Middle (6-8), High (9-12)|
|Publisher:||National Center for Youth Issues|
|Release Date:||March 1, 2007|
|Topic:||Grief & Depression|