AASA, ExactMade Team Up to Help School Districts in COVID Environment
With more emphasis than ever before being placed on the safety of our students in these uncertain times, AASA, The School Superintendents Association and ExactMade are teaming up to ensure school systems have the resources necessary to successfully navigate the reopening of their school buildings.
Based in Houston, Texas, since opening its doors in 1997, ExactMade provides purchasing solutions for supplies such as face shields, made-to-order surface coverings and room partitions.
“As AASA continues to work with our members during the COVID-19 pandemic, it becomes more apparent that district needs are diverse, while many needs are still to be uncovered or addressed,” said Chuck Woodruff, chief operating officer, AASA. “ExactMade’s strong connection to the education space speaks to its steadfast commitment to helping school systems keep kids safe.”
“It’s been our long belief that we must create new forms of value that genuinely benefit the communities and markets we serve,” said Ken Olan, CEO, ExactMade. “We don’t ask, ‘Can that be done?’ but ‘How can we successfully do that?’ As school districts are facing a myriad of challenges, it will be our charge to serve them in a way that will benefit their schools and communities.”
AASA is the premiere membership organization representing public school district superintendents across the country and the world. The primary goal of AASA is to advocate for the highest-quality public education for all students, as well as to develop and support school system leaders.
To learn more about ExactMade, contact Tara Gao at firstname.lastname@example.org.