Overview of The Standard Reunification Method (SRM)

Video Length | 02:27

Video Description

This video provides an overview of the Standard Reunification Method (SRM) developed by the "I Love U Guys" Foundation. One critical aspect of crisis response is accountable reunification of students with their parents or guardians in the event a controlled release is necessary. The SRM provides school and district safety teams proven methods for planning, practicing and achieving a successful reunification.

Intended Audience

  • School EM Coordinators
  • School Administrators
  • School Staff
  • School-Based Law Enforcement
  • Parents & Guardians

Additional Resources

This video references other tools and resources offered by the Texas School Safety Center that may be helpful when reviewing and planning your reunification procedures.

K-12 Standard Reunification Method Toolkit

This toolkit offers guidance and resources for incorporating the Standard Reunification Method into a school safety plan. School emergencies may require an evacuation or change the operational schedules of a school, necessitating a well-organized and structured way to reunite students with parents and guardians while the school retains accountability for their students. The Standard Reunification Method provides guidance for schools in the development and execution of student/parent reunifications.

Link to K-12 Standard Reunification Method Toolkit

SRM Guide for K-12

A printable guide was created based on the Standard Reunification Method for K12 schools was created by The "I Love U Guys" Foundation. If you would like to download, view, or print this guide in full please click the button below.

Download SRM Guide for K-12