Ms. Stephenson Science Comic Super Intendant Pd. 3 Sydney Bishop
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Hi, I'm Steve. I'm a SUPER INTENDANT. I take care of the schools, in case of an emergency or just bad weather.
Unfortunately, our meteorologist's data concludes that there will be a BLIZZARD that will hit us. Schools must be cancelled, which I must take care of.
First, I shall raise awareness, through public meetings, emails, letters, signs and posters, and others. I shall communicate with the school staff and administrators, families and students, and people in the area. I must know the severity of the blizzard, and of course, whether to cancel school or not. The source of my information is the meteorologist's data and themselves using satellites and their technology.
Next, when the Event is Approaching, I need to Confirm Awareness. But, More Importantly, I need to know the Severity of The Storm, Too. I need to Know if I should Cancel School which would be Most Likely, and the Period of Time The School is Closed. Also, the School must be Secured for the Oncoming Blizzard. We can't have the School under Repair, then the Kids Shall Have a No Education!
Hmm.... Yes, I Should Contact the School Administrators, School Staff, and the Residents. I Suppose by a Radio Network, a News Cast, Email, and/or Letter, In Case the Power has Somehow been Cut Off. But, I must Ask- How Do You Know This?
I'm now Meeting With My Friend, Caroline. She's a Meteorologist, and She'll Tell Me the Pattern of the Blizzard and The Presumed Impact.
Thanks, Steve. According To My Data, However... We're Gonna Get a Whompin' Blizzard! You should Definitely Close School for At Least a Week.
So, this is what my Job as a Super Intendant does in Planning a Severe Weather Event Plan for a Blizzard. Now, it's Time to Relax- I did all that was needed to Do! :)
Well, I Suppose I Understand Why You Ask This. Well, our Computers and Data and Technology and Satellites Study the Cloud and Weather Movements and Patterns. The Signs Indicated a Blizzard, and a Big One, Too.
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