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KUSD collaborates with community

Dear Editor,

On June 5, Kingman Unified School District took a vital step towards ensuring the safety of their students and staff by conducting a crucial meeting on their Emergency Operations Plans. This collaborative review of the KUSD Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) was an opportunity to review common procedures and roles during a Joint Incident Command event. They collaborated with school administration, stakeholders, and various agencies within the district to enhance their protocols and strengthen their preparedness. Kingman Unified School District would like to thank everyone who attended for their invaluable contributions. Their commitment plays a significant role in creating a safe environment for all. Together, we can make a difference and prioritize the well-being of our school community.

Special thanks to: City of Kingman, AZ Police Department; City of Kingman Fire Department; Mohave County Sheriff’s Office; Mohave County Emergency Management; Mohave County Department of Public Health; Golden Valley Fire District; Northern Arizona Fire District; Lake Mohave Ranchos Fire District – Dolan Springs & Meadview.

Valerie Portillo

Communications Manager

Governing Board Secretary

Kingman Unified School District #20

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