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Keeping Schools Safe: The Challenges of COVID-19
Monday, October 5, 2020 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EDT
Presented by Al Kershman, Executive Vice President, Shear Kershman Labs; and Shelli Hornberger, COO, Trust Think Products
Sponsored by Trust Think Products
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Our scholastic system has been greatly affected by COVID-19, and educators and administrators are trying to find their way to keeping students, parents and faculty safe. This edWebinar offers suggestions to create safety-driven standard operating procedures to do just that. From the moment someone walks through your doors, every possible measure should be taken to ensure the learning environment is sanitized and germ free. Temperature checks, disinfecting methods, social distancing—all of these topics will be covered during the presentation.
During the challenges of a pandemic, being prepared is of the utmost importance. This recorded edWebinar will provide you with the information required to face this year head on, and provide students, parents and faculty with the peace of mind that their safety is priority number one.
This recorded edWebinar will be of interest to teachers and school and district leaders of all levels.
About the Presenters
Al Kershman is the executive vice president and co-founder of Shear Kershman Labs in Saint Louis, Missouri, which has operated since 1978. Before creating SKL, he was the vice president and technical director of KV Pharmaceutical Company, which was also located in St. Louis. Al was the recipient of the 2012 Inventor of The Year award. He graduated from the University of Georgia with a master’s degree in agriculture and food science.
Shelli Hornberger is the chief operating officer at Trust Think Products based in De Soto, Kansas. Her passion is building strong teams to work together in amazing cultures, who believe in their work! She has a business degree with a focus on accounting and business management from Rasmussen College in Overland Park, Kansas.
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