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ISACS 2022-23
Event Calendar

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will be held on Wednesdays
10:30 - 11:30 am CT/11:30 am - 12:30 pm ET

(Complimentary, Zoom Pre-Registration Required)

For more details on Heads Town Halls contact Karen Zeitlin, Director of Programs

ISACS will continue offering one-hour complimentary Heads Town Halls for the 2022-23 school year once a month on Wednesday mornings: 10:30 am central/11:30 am eastern unless otherwise noted.  For particular Heads Town Halls, we will recommend you invite other leaders from your school community to join us on salient topics. 

Heads Town Halls are on the following Wednesday's unless otherwise noted. Topics, presenters, and Zoom pre-registration links are located on the private webpage exclusively for Heads of Schools. Emails will be sent to heads and heads assistant throughout the year as each Heads Town Hall approaches to encourage heads to pre register on Zoom.

  • August 11 (Thursday)
  • September 14 
  • October 12 
  • November 9 
  • December 14 
  • January 11 
  • February 15
  • March 1
  • April 12
  • May 3
  • May 10
  • June 14

ISACS will record Heads Town Halls that are presentation style. Recordings will be shared via email within 24-48 hours of the live presentation with those who pre-registered on Zoom for the Heads Town Hall. In addition, Heads Town Halls that are recorded will be posted on the private webpage exclusively for Heads of Schools. 

For Heads Town Halls that are a dialogue session, these sessions will not be recorded. ISACS will note when the Heads Town Halls will not be recorded and shared.

Community of Learners
We ask everyone to enter sessions as listeners, learners, and thoughtful contributors. We welcome a variety of perspectives with a focus on understanding as opposed to debating. We hope each session serves as a springboard to additional conversations and thank you for your willingness to respectfully listen and learn.  Our goal is to create and protect a trusting community where it is safe to share with each other. To that end, ISACS prohibits the recording of any portion of the webinar as well as the unapproved posting of presenter or participant comments or resources from ISACS sessions.

For more details on Heads Town Halls contact Karen Zeitlin, Director of Programs