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PDS Flu Preparedness
PDS Flu Preparedness
PDS Flu Preparedness
PDS Flu Preparedness
PDS Flu Preparedness
PDS Flu Preparedness
PDS Flu Preparedness
PDS Flu Preparedness
PDS Flu Preparedness
PDS Flu Preparedness
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PDS Flu Preparedness

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presentation for faculty on how PDS will prepare and cope with possible disruptions caused by H1N1.

presentation for faculty on how PDS will prepare and cope with possible disruptions caused by H1N1.

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    • 1. FLU PREPAREDNESS PLAN Fall 2009
    • 2. GOALS Our goals are to maintain a safe and healthy school environment as follows: Decrease the exposure to both seasonal flu and H1N1 to limit the disruption of daily activities. Provide timely and accurate information to school employees and school families regarding plans as well as the status of the school’s environment.
    • 3. Preparedness Prevention Response Recovery
    • 4. WHAT IS H1N1?
    • 5. WHAT IS H1N1?
    • 6. PREPAREDNESS Working with Mecklenburg County Dept. of Health Using CDC and DOE protocols to develop our plan
    • 7. PREVENTION Educational Campaigns PDS Faculty & Staff Students Parents Follow-up Efforts
    • 8. PREVENTION Classroom and Building Hygiene Health Practices
    • 9. PREVENTION Classroom and Building Hygiene Health Practices
    • 10. RESPONSE Surveillance Faculty Absenteeism Student Absenteeism Instructional Continuity School Closing
    • 11. RECOVERY Communication Community Resources Open School

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