A Message to Our Community
While we have opened registration for both our Spring Director’s events and this summer’s Annual Institute and Financial Aid Institute, we also have been closely monitoring and evaluating the COVID-19 situation to ensure we are prioritizing the safety, health, and wellbeing of our community. To that end, we’ve made some adjustments to our upcoming live event calendar.
Southeast and Mid-Atlantic Directors Events
As we have monitored and evaluated the COVID-19 situation this week, AISAP is making changes to both the Southeast Chatham Experience and Mid-Atlantic Chatham Experience programs.
We have made the difficult but important decision to transition these face-to-face conferences to virtual events (exclusively online) that will be available live and on-demand. This way, we’ll still have an opportunity to gather as a community without the worries of potential travel restrictions or safety concerns. We look forward to bringing our community of directors together in this new virtual format to learn, connect, and plan together.
New England Directors Event
The Upper School and Lower School Directors events are in the process of being modified. More information will be available soon.
AISAP Annual Institute and Financial Aid Institute
At this time, the 2020 AISAP Annual Institute scheduled for July 19-22 in Chicago, is also proceeding as planned. The AISAP Financial Aid Institute is also on track to be held in Chicago in the days immediately preceding the Annual Institute from July 18-19.
It is important to note that if you are traveling to an AISAP event from a CDC Warning Level 3 or higher location within 14 days of the Institute, we will not be able, for the health and safety of others, to accept your registration. Please refer to the travel advisory site from the U.S. Department of State for regular updates on international travel restrictions.
If you are unable to travel for an upcoming event, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with a short explanation and we will work with you on an individual basis.
Our thoughts are with those in affected regions and especially with those who have been personally affected. We encourage you to review these public resources from the CDC to educate yourself on how to keep you and your community safe.
The AISAP Team