COVID Policy

MSA Health and Safety Protocols and Measures

MSA Health-Safety Travel Policy

Approved January 5, 2022

We are committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for all MSA 2022 guests. Below, please find our policies for how we are adapting to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

To preserve the health and safety of all attendees, only those who are fully vaccinated may attend our conferences. MSA will ask for proof of vaccination at time of check-in. This requirement applies to all attendees, exhibitors/sponsors, guest speakers, and MSA staff and volunteers.

If you have medical or religious reasons for not being vaccinated, MSA requests that you attend virtually and not in-person.

Masks must be worn for all conference-related functions, with the exception of eating and presenting. 

If you are not feeling well or have a recent positive test we ask that you join us virtually.

Additionally, all attendees are asked to notify Magnet Schools of America officials if they test positive for COVID-19 within 10 days after the start of the event so that we can initiate contact tracing. You may contact  Fawzia Ampaware by email at Alternatively, she can be reached at 202-824-0672.

Magnet Schools of America is committed to ensuring that all health protocols are followed:

Due to the continuing nature of the COVID pandemic, which requires constant monitoring, additional safeguards, such as temperature checks, masks, and health questionnaires, may be implemented.

Additional measures will be communicated as soon as possible to attendees, speakers, sponsors, and vendors.

All attendees should know we take the coronavirus very seriously and are monitoring local and state updates. For the latest information, please visit:

For vendors

This includes individuals who work for organizations with whom we contract to service the event on-site in Clark County.


For partners and supporters

This includes paying sponsors who send attendees to Magnet Schools of America events.