The AASA and CrisisGo, have partnered to offer every school in the US key features of the CrisisGo emergency management and mobile communications platform at no cost.
Beginning on October 18th, school districts can now offer their employees, teachers and parent community the CrisisGo mobile app with the Panic Button feature and emergency notification platform activated for free for a three-year period.
With the CrisisGo mobile communications app on their smartphones, teachers and school staff will be able to use the CrisisGo panic button feature to report emergency incidents immediately to school administration and the school safety team.
(See in Action! Principals, SROs and Safety Leaders learn how to respond to a panic alert. Courtesy of CrisisGo and Vimeo)
That feature combined with the CrisisGo notification feature, will give school communities powerful real time communications to keep school communities informed in an emergency, when every second counts.
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CrisisGo solves both emergency and daily communication needs for schools, businesses, communities, organizations, and industries across the globe.
With CrisisGo schools and districts can now:
- Customize alert groups by allowing them to choose specific users to receive alerts.
- Ensure everyone receives safety information by adding SMS and email messages for staff that do not use a smartphone.
- Provide tips and web links to make all necessary safety information and resources available to CrisisGo users.
- Create customizable incident reporting forms related to their specific needs.
- Updated user interface for easier and faster response in emergency situations.
With CrisisGo, school district administrators and teachers have access to their emergency response plans right on their mobile devices, along with a communication system that helps them get through crisis situations.
CrisisGo gives school districts the tools needed to ensure the safety of their students and staff when the unthinkable happens.
“There are only a few things I trust for sure, and CrisisGo is one of them!” – LeVaughn Smart, SRO Missouri School District.
“An educator’s worst nightmare is an act of violence in his or her school district,” said Daniel A. Domenech, AASA executive director. “Recognizing the increased threats facing our schools, AASA is pleased introduce CrisisGo, Inc. as our latest School Solutions partner.”
To be eligible for this free program, AASA members must register with CrisisGo at http://www.crisisgo.com/aasaoffer before January 31, 2017.
Each participating school district will have access to a district and school site(s) account that includes the CrisisGo mobile app for all school site employees and their parent communities including the Panic Button and group notification features activated for a three-year period at no cost.
(See ‘It won’t happen here.’ Courtesy of CrisisGo and Vimeo)
“The CrisisGo Emergency Management Platform offers school districts a mobile technology that simplifies emergency planning and enhances communications during live crisis events,” said Bill Reynolds, CrisisGo co-founder.
“The free panic button and emergency notification features, now available to all AASA members, are just two key elements of the CrisisGo platform to help schools and other organizations prepare for and effectively manage crisis situations.”
CrisisGo will offer implementation services to participating school districts to get schools up and running with the emergency communications app.
School districts can learn more about the AASA/CrisisGo partnership on the AASA School Solutions website.
After a district signs up for the program at http://www.crisisgo.com/aasaoffer, CrisisGo will set up individual district and school accounts and provide training resources with information for districts to give to staff and parents about how to download the CrisisGo app and secure login instructions.
AASA, The School Superintendents Association, founded in 1865, is the professional organization for more than 13,000 educational leaders in the United States and throughout the world.
AASA’s mission is to support and develop effective school system leaders who are dedicated to the highest quality public education for all children.
CrisisGo is an emergency response network company with offices in in Sunnyvale, CA and St. Louis, MO.
CrisisGo has developed a world-class, emergency communications platform that takes emergency response plans out of their three-ring binders and puts them on smartphones, iPads and desktops for immediate reference and use.
CrisisGo is changing how school districts respond to crises by giving them the mobile communications tools necessary to ensure that teachers, staff and administrators know exactly what to do during any emergency and to allow them to continuously communicate as a crisis unfolds.