In light of the recent turn of events concerning the COVID-19, which is now declared by the World Health Organization (WHO) a global pandemic, making nations to declare a state of public health emergency and after careful assessment of information and directives from medical and health experts, the National School Response Conference 2020 Committee and its Board Advisors has come to the decision to move the conference to a later date; the new date/schedule is on September 16-17, 2020.
Along with event organizers all over the world, we’ve been watching the COVID-19 situation as it evolves. Each passing day brings new developments, but our top priority remains the health and well-being of our Attendees and Partners – Sponsors, Exhibitors, and Speakers.
We stand all of you and the broader school safety community during a time when everyone is being deeply affected. Staying informed about the impact of the CORONAVIRUS around the world is vital to ensuring the safety and the well-being of each individual.
In addition to your local public health officials and local authorities, please be sure to follow: World Health Organization (WHO) and the Center for Disease Control (CDC)for the latest information regarding the COVID-19 and new travel advisories at the travel.state.gov for information about travel plans and restrictions.
This is a challenging time but in pace like these, remember to stay calm, collected and SANITIZED. The NSRC Committee is in high hopes and pray that the Global Pandemic of the COVID-19 will recede anytime soon as we look forward to meeting you all this year.
If you have questions or other concerns please do not hesitate to email or contact us.
Thank you and see you all at the South Point Hotel, Las Vegas.