Safe Passage: The Link between Sustainable Transition Programs
and Optimal Learning
Shekou International School, Shenzhen
September 12-13, 2020*

Co-sponsor with and hosted by:

*rescheduled dates

Shekou International School and International School Services have identified a new date for the Safe Passage: The Link between Sustainable Transition Programs and Optimal Learning workshop, originally scheduled for March 7-8, 2020. The new date will be September 12-13, 2020. Doug Ota will still be the lead facilitator and he will be joined by another colleague from Safe Passage Across Networks (SPAN), Valerie Besanceney. In the coming week we will update the website with Valerie’s bio and the new dates.

We hope that you can join us for this new date. If, however, you won’t be available, please follow ACAMIS Adjusted Refund/Cancellation Policy:

If notice of cancellation re the registered participant/sponsor is received:
- 30+ days pre-event: 80% of fee is refundable
- 15-29 days pre-event: 40% of fee is refundable
- Less than 15 days pre-event: no refund


In the unlikely event of cancellation of a conference or workshop, we will fully refund the registration or sponsorship fee(s) paid. However, we will be unable to refund any travel, visa or accommodation expenses incurred.

If you wish to cancel your registration, given these special circumstances we will provide a full refund of registration fees paid for all cancellations received by 31 March 2020. After that our normal Registration Fee Refund Policy will apply (as shown on your invoice). If you wish to cancel please email: and specify the workshop name and registered attendee name(s) you wish to cancel. Also if the invoice(s) has not been paid yet please remove it from all PD approval and payment processes. Stopping payment will remove the need for fee refund.

We hope to see you in September and that this workshop will be a welcome way to start the school year, especially considering the new students, staff and parents that will have joined are community.

We wish you the best for the rest of the school year,

Michael Iannini