Schools across the nation participate in Social Safety Training events.
Picture this. Your students participates in our fun, skill building group training on group hygiene to ensure safe reopening.
Their day is broken into training blocks, each with a fun, choreographed learning activities facilitated by community Public Health Trainers. Let’s make it easy to socially norm public health behaviors. Learn, adapt, win. Protect a kid.
~If you would rather break it into field trips, we can do that too!~
What does the day look like?
We turn your sports fields into a grand group training activity. Each block of students will collectively learn our choreographed CDC recommended skills to safely navigate their school day. This module orients students to social safety through practicing individual safety behaviors and using the safety gear in their safety gear kit. Skill building focuses on:
We turn your indoor basketball court, cafeteria and auditorium into a black light learning experience.
Students wear lightweight tubular costumes to visualize their 4’ - 6’ spacial area. This experimentally illustrates where shared breathing exists. (Yep, everyone is wearing their mask from the group safety kit training kickoff event.)
Surface areas become visible. Under black light, students use safe liquids to demonstrate hand washing hygiene, breath cloud coating (sneezing, coughing and hand to surface transfer) and full sanitizing protocols. Use it or lose it style.
Under black light, students build their skills without the layer of social attention from their peers. Whew, let’s normalize individual hygiene skill development.
You map out walking the and we take students and staff through learning foot traffic patterns.
Gating into and out of school is critical. It must be done with particular attention to privacy, compliance, and social awareness. This is not the time to stigmatize any bodies who are under attack!
Let’s embed 15mins of mindfulness in holding stations while students individually enter through a gated system of washing, temperature screening, gear bag replenishment and check station. Sanitizing stations coming soon. Zen in the mountains is our imagery and observation of the body.
We counsel you with data use. The where, how, who, and what on collection, storage and reporting. You are a hub for contact tracing. Let’s be ethical, kind and socially responsible with maintaining privacy to inform society on your local social health status.
Now is some fun. Each classroom is a training for kids to learn interpersonal public health hygiene learning cool learning activities. Let's build a Buckyball while sitting at a desk.
Students practice their newly learned skills:
With a fun learning activity, we apply previous skills from small groups to interpersonal spaces and classrooms.
Each classroom teaches a curricular lesson of your school and community's interest. Some examples:
Indoor air quality without the hazards.
Integrating Public Health Certified parents, staff and partners, we orient your bus drivers and students to the expectations and protocols to use school transportation.
Integrating Public Health Certified parents, staff and partners, we orient your bus drivers to the protocols of using LiDAR tracking, IR temperature screening, ensure mask wearing and protocols to protect kids who need to be redirected home.
We certify Public Health Volunteers to support workers. Having a regular volunteer to monitor each bus supports students, the driver and your school to ensure each kid enters the bus without a fever, with a mask on and provides positive intervention if students do not clear the temperature screening.
At the day's start, end and in between, we have healthy and eco-friendly sanitizing recommendations for safety disinfecting each bus. Our cleaning protocols create a standardized process you can implement, monitor and evaluate.
Let’s have fun being collectively different. It’s Social Safety Day!
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