We do expect to sell out. Last year we did sell out before March 1. Use this URL to register: https://www.regonline.com/acpe-2017.
ACPE's annual conferences are designed to help build long lasting relationships and partnerships for educational technologies that support the sharing of knowledge, skills and best practices in IT leadership to serve educational organizations. ACPE's uniqueness is rooted in networking, relationships and collaboration. We bring you the very best among us to lead our sessions in a way that keeps it both practical and visionary. The ACPE Board is committed to bringing the very best innovative IT strategies, practices and pragmatic solutions to our membership at every event.
The conference's schedule and details for the conference’s keynote speakers, events, activities, and sessions are kept on the Conference's Website. Keep in mind, all conference sessions, presentations, events and activities are subject to change until March 30. The conference website will be updated as changes occur. The final conference schedule is published on April 1.
The school district and non-profit educational organization employees rate for all three days of the conference is $325.00. The daily rate for Wednesday or Thursday is $200.00. Friday's daily rate is $150.00. All school district and non-profit educational organization registrations include a one year ACPE membership.
The corporate employee rate is $1,500 for the three days or $500 for any one day. Corporate attendees do not receive an ACPE membership. ACPE sponsors receive a limited number of these registrations based on the sponsorship benefit package selected. More information is available at http://my.acpenw.org/sponsor-benefits.
All registrations include access to all pre-conference sessions, sessions, keynotes, sponsor showcases, meals, activities and nightly entertainment.
Resort Lodging Information
Basic rooms at the resort cost start at $130 a night plus tax. There are some more expensive options. Rooms are limited at the Resort. The Resort only has enough rooms for the first 200-225 registrants. Priority is given to those who choose to share a room as well as those who have agreed to speak at the conference before February 1.
Reservations for lodging at the Resort are only possible if you register for the conference and request a resort room. Do not call the Resort for a reservation or ask about your status until April 2. Those registered for the conference and requesting lodging are offered a hotel room by priority. Those who are sharing or speaking are given the highest priority and will be assigned rooms first. The rest of the available rooms are offered on a first registered first served basis.
Please be patient. Those who have registered, requested a room and a room is available will be contacted by April 1. Once all the room are taken, a waiting list will be kept starting April 2 and those on the waiting list will be notified no later tha April 8 with their status.
Billing and payment for rooms at the Resort is handled by Christine Magnuson at the Resort. You will not be billed for a room during the registration process. Those registered for the conference and getting a reserved room will be notified by the Resort after a completed conference registration.
The Resort housing is reserved for ACPE members registered for the conference only. Those rooms are will be fully booked soon after the first 200-225 member registrations. If a room is not available at the resort, there are many other options that are both close and convenient.
Nearby Lodging Options to Consider
Using these resources listed below, you will will find a convenient room nearby. Large teams of 3-5 wishing to stay together, or pairs, may find vacation rentals the best value since they are within a few miles, more spacious and can be less expensive than the Resort's hotel rooms.
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