ACDA EDUCAST SERIES: USDA Foods Disaster Planning
Wednesday, November 7 | 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. ET
This webinar covers disaster planning from multiple perspectives. A focus on using USDA Foods in schools for congregate feeding, state agency response to disasters to ensure adequate food, water, and ice are available, and the importance of disaster preparedness and plan implementation at the school district level.
MODERATOR:Teresa Goodsell, USDA Foods Coordinator, Idaho Dept. of Education
Dexter Harris, ESF-11 Emergency Coordinator, Florida Dept. of Agriculture
Dawn Houser, Director of Nutrition Services, Collier County Public Schools
Kathleen Staley, Branch Chief, USDA Food and Nutrition Services, Food Distribution Programs
WEBINAR PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
Menu Planning – 1100Purchasing – 2400Program Management - 3200Communications and Marketing - 4100
Learning Objectives: Participants will receive a comprehensive overview of how USDA Foods can be utilized during a disaster, along with first accounts from disaster survivors responsible for preparedness and plan implementation. Available resources and critical partnerships will be also be discussed.
TWO STEP REGISTRATION PROCESS:
PLEASE NOTE: There is a two step process to this registration.
1. Register with ACDA via this email/event post. You will receive an email confirmation from ACDA with instructions about the next step.
2. Follow the instructions in the confirmation email (check your junk and clutter mail if you do not receive) to obtain a unique access link directly from GoToWebinar before your registration is complete.