Protecting What Matters: The Emergency Plan Every Parent Needs Before School Starts
Protect what matters most. Have a back-to-school emergency plan.
Do You Have a Back-to-School Family Emergency Plan?
No one likes to think that an emergency could happen to them, but the reality is that disaster can happen anytime, anywhere, including while your child is at school.
Even if you never end up needing your family emergency plan, it's best to be prepared—just in case. Having a detailed plan in place will give you everyday peace of mind, and—in the event of an emergency—could save lives.
List 1-3 trusted emergency contacts who can pick up your child from school if you are unable to do so.
Confirm their availability and willingness to be emergency contacts.
Teach your child how to contact each person by phone.
Familiarize your child with each contact's appearance and vehicle.
Communicate with the School
Keep school up-to-date with who is allowed to pick your child up.
Provide correct contact information and identification for their records.
Inquire about the school's policies for emergency situations and designated pick-up areas.
Alternative Drop-Off Locations
Establish an alternative drop-off location in case emergency contacts cannot be reached promptly.
This location could be a trusted friend or family member's house, or another secure spot.
Familiarize your child with the alternate location's address and phone number to accurately guide authorities there.
Re-Evaluate Each Year
As your child ages, changes schools, or your family moves, it's smart to update your plan annually.
Although we hope your family never experiences an unexpected disaster, if you do, SERVPRO® is available 24/7/365 for emergency service. Learn more here. Your family's safety and preparedness are paramount, and having a well-structured emergency plan is a crucial step in ensuring their protection.
SERVPRO® of Montgomery County promotes four employees to new roles
SERVPRO of Montgomery County promotions. RJ Robnett, Austin Bucko, Cesar Gonzalez, Zachary Dixon
RJ Robnett, Austin Bucko, Cesar Gonzalez, Zachary Dixon climb the SERVPRO® of Montgomery County ladder
SERVPRO® of Montgomery County has recently promoted four production members to leadership positions!
RJ Robnett advances to Production Manager after just under a year and a half as a Crew Chief with SERVPRO of Montgomery County. In his new role, RJ is responsible for analyzing components of the job; assigning, monitoring and managing production crews; and ensuring SERVPRO customers are well-pleased with our work. Originally from Arkansas, RJ was a TVA foreman and has a background in welding.
Zachary Dixon and Cesar Gonzalez step up from Production Technician to Crew Chief. As Crew Chiefs, they are responsible for establishing workflow and coordinating requirements for the job. Their new responsibility requires thorough knowledge of jobsite processes and commitment to frequent training in order to comply with SERVPRO® standards.
Austin Bucko has transferred from SERVPRO® of Montgomery County to continue as a Crew Chief at one of our Texas locations!
Congratulations to all on your continued growth.
About SERVPRO of Montgomery County
SERVPRO® of Montgomery County specializes in the cleanup, restoration and construction of residential and commercial property after a fire, storm, mold, water damage, or other disaster. Commercial cleaning, smoke/odor removal, HVAC cleaning, contents restoration, and pack out services are also available.
We pride ourselves on hiring people with a good work ethic, high integrity, and the ability to work in and adapt to tough conditions. We are continuously seeking individuals who are self-motivated, proactive, responsible, and service-oriented team players. If you are highly dependable and excited about exceeding expectations, consider joining us in our mission to help our customers in their greatest moments of need. See our available positions here, or reach out to recruiting@SERVPROclarksville.com any time.
Locally Owned Company with National Resources
SERVPRO of Montgomery County is locally owned and operated and takes pride in being a part of the Clarksville, TN community. We want to do our part in making it the best it can be. We are proud to serve our local communities: Clarksville, TN, Fort Campbell, TN, Sango, TN, Woodlawn, TN, Cunningham, TN, Southside, TN, Palmyra, TN, Dotsonville, TN