25th Annual California
Charter Schools Conference
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25th Annual California
Charter Schools Conference
Register for CCSA 2018

Holiday Special—Deadline: Dec. 8
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Members
Individual Member: $450
3 or more Members: $425
10 or more Members: $400
25 or more members: $375
Non Members
Individual Non Member: $550
3 or more Non Members: $525
10 or more Non Members: $500
25 or more Non Members: $475
New Year Discount—Deadline: Jan. 19
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Members
Individual Member: $475
3 or more Members: $450
10 or more Members: $425
25 or more members: $400
Non Members
Individual Non Member: $575
3 or more Non Members: $550
10 or more Non Members: $525
25 or more Non Members: $500
Standard Rate—Deadline: Feb 16
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Members
Individual Member : $550
3 or more Members : $525
10 or more Members: $500
25 or more members: $475
Non Members
Individual Non Member: $650
3 or more Non Members: $625
10 or more Non Members: $600
25 or more Non Members: $575
Onsite Rate—Deadline: March 9
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Members
Individual Member : $625
3 or more Members : $600
10 or more Members: $575
25 or more members: $500
Non Members
Individual Non Member: $725
3 or more Non Members: $700
10 or more Non Members: $675
25 or more Non Members: $600
One-Day Rates
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Available for: Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday

Back to School
Member: $275
NonMember: $375

Early Bird
Member: $300
Nonmember: $400

Holiday Special
Member: $325
Nonmember: $425

New Year Discount
Member: $350
Nonmember: $450

Standard
Member: $375
NonMember: $475

Onsite
Member: $450
NonMember: $550

Cancellation & Refund Policy

Conference registration cancellations must be received in writing to registration@ccsa.org or faxed to (541) 346-3545. Please list the names of the registered attendees and why you need to cancel. Cancellations must be received by the deadlines below to receive the following refunds:

What is included in your registration?

The Annual California Charter Schools Conference is the premiere statewide professional development and networking event for charter school professionals. The event annually brings together over 3,000 charter school leaders, teachers and supporters to learn from one another, deepen their practice and celebrate the movement.

CCSA increases the value of the conference each year with strategic programming and offers multiple registration discounts and deadlines to ensure the wide array of charter school professionals are represented annually. We know that every dollar a charter school has counts and we build as much value as possible into each and every conference registration we receive.

Full Conference Registration gives you access to:

Registration by Phone, Mail, or Fax

CCSA has provided a simple, easy-to-use online registration system that enables you to pay registration fees with a purchase order or credit card*. However, if you find it more convenient, we are happy to take your registration information over the phone—simply call (800) 280-6218. If you would prefer to fax or mail your registration form, please download the form below, complete and send with a check or a purchase order to:

California Charter Schools Conference
1277 University of Oregon
Eugene, OR 97403-1277
Fax: (541) 346-3545

If you have questions about registration, please email registration@ccsa.org.

* Please note that credit card payments are taken online only.

DOWNLOAD REGISTRATION FORM

Payment Options

You may register online using a credit card or a purchase order number. If you utilize the purchase order option, you will receive an invoice for the total registration fees due. However, payment is not due until the conference is over, meaning you can lock in today's rate and pay when it is most convenient for you between now and the event!

Group Rate Frequently Asked Questions

CCSA offers group registration to enable you to register more than one individual from the same school or organization at one time.

If I'm entering all the registrations for my group, as opposed to the individuals entering their own registrations, do I have to complete the registration process for each person individually?
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No, you may register your group as a Group Administrator, whether or not you are attending. Select that you are entering registrations as part of a group, then as a Group Administrator. If you are attending the conference, you need to be sure to register yourself as a group member when registering the rest of your group. You will assign a group name and enter contact information for the group, as well as each group member's name, job title and email address. Finally you will be able to enter one payment for your group as a whole. Each registrant will receive a confirmation and you will receive a summary of the group's registrations.
Can individuals enter their own registrations and still be part of a group?
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Yes, they will select that they are registering as part of a group, then as an Individual group member. They will be asked for the group number. To receive the group discount, all members of your group must use the same group number. They need to enter their own contact information, but they will have the option of using their own method of payment or including themselves on the group Purchase Order.
If I am registering attendees that qualify for the discount, and some who don't, can I combine them for the group rates?
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Yes. However, the Special Discount will be applied only to the individuals who qualify.
What if I have an administrator who also teaches some classes?
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We suggest this attendee be categorized by whichever function is a larger part of his/her job.
If I've already registered some of my group, can I register more?
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Yes. You can login into /2018/registration/group_manager/login.php with your group number and group contact email to add more members to your group or to email a group registration summary.
If I've already registered some of my group, can I edit their information?
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We will be happy to make edits to your current registrations, email all edits to registration@calcharters.org.
If a group member can not attend, can I transfer their registration to another person?
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Yes, there is no penalty for transferring a registration. Email the original group members information and the new attendee's information to registration@calcharters.org.

Code of Conduct

Purpose:
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The California Charter Schools Association (CCSA) is committed to providing a friendly, safe, supportive and harassment-free environment for all attendees and participants of the California Charter Schools Conference (“Conference”), regardless of gender, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, ethnicity, religion or other group identity.

This Code of Conduct outlines CCSA’s expectations for all Conference attendees and participants, including all members, speakers, vendors, media representatives, commentators, exhibitors, sponsors and volunteers. Cooperation is expected from everyone and organizers will actively enforce this Code of Conduct throughout the event. By attending or participating in the Conference, you agree to abide by this Code of Conduct for the duration of the Conference. Violations will be taken seriously.

Expected Behavior
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CCSA seeks to provide a Conference setting in which diverse participants may learn, network and enjoy the company of colleagues in a respectful environment. Whether communicating in person or virtually, CCSA expects Conference participants to communicate professionally and respectfully and to handle dissent or disagreement with courtesy. When sharing information about any organizations, attendees or participants via public communication channels, CCSA expects participants to act responsibly and clearly distinguish individual opinion from fact. Speakers are asked to frame discussions as openly and inclusively as possible and to be aware of how language or images may be perceived by others. Participants may exercise their option to leave a session or a conversation.

Unacceptable Behavior
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CCSA does not tolerate harassment or intimidation of Conference attendees or participants in any form. Harassment includes offensive verbal or written comments or behavior, either in real or virtual space, including those which are related to or are based upon gender, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, ethnicity, religion or other group identity. Harassment also includes display of sexual images in public spaces, deliberate intimidation, physical or virtual stalking, following, harassing photography or recording, sustained disruption of talks or other events and unsolicited physical contact or sexual attention.

Sexual language and imagery are not appropriate for any Conference venue, including sessions, workshops, social events and social media. Sponsors, exhibitors, speakers, media representatives, commentators and activity organizers may not use sexualized language, images, activities or other material, or otherwise create a sexualized environment.

Consequences of Unacceptable Behavior
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All participants are expected to observe these rules and behaviors in all Conference venues, including online venues and social events. Unacceptable behavior will not be tolerated whether by other attendees, media, speakers, volunteers, organizers, venue staff, sponsors or exhibitors. Anyone asked to stop unacceptable behavior is expected to comply immediately. If a participant engages in unacceptable behavior, the organizers may take any action they deem appropriate, up to and including expulsion from the Conference and/or future CCSA events without warning or refund.

What to do if you Witness or Are Subject to Unacceptable Behavior
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Onsite During the Event
Contact Hilary Grider at (916) 204-0547
Report the incident in person at the Registration and Information Booth

To Report an Incident After the Event
Contact Hilary Grider at (916) 204-0547

The 25th annual conference will be held March 26–28, 2018 in San Diego, CA at the San Diego Convention Center.