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This week we’re joined by Kaylee Sorenson; to share the lessons learned from COVID-19 on K-12 Education. Kaylee is an Emergency Management Consultant at Ashton Tiffany LLC. This discussion includes the initial challenges of the pandemic; such as transitioning learning to online, supply chain strain, community partnerships and pressure; the shift of priorities after handling the initial obstacles and the communication, preparation and the role that the school districts within the community. School districts became a central location of information, and communication for the community. Website Traffic significantly increased, new partnerships for PPE and additional essential supplies were created and Sufficient Emergency operations plans and Continuity of Operations Plans were established.