The 2019-2020 School Program will kick off with the Fall Conference, held on both the East and West Coasts. Each participating school will send its multi-stakeholder Challenge Success Team to the day and a half event to draft a vision statement for the year and explore relevant best-practices. Please keep in mind that the team members that attend the conference should be the same team members who will meet regularly throughout the school year to continue this work.
A Conference Schedule will be released during the summer months.
September 27-28, 2019 | Paul Brest Hall, Stanford University
Transportation: Stanford University is approximately 30 minutes north of the San Jose airport, and 35 minutes south of the San Francisco Airport. We recommend that you rent a car for the weekend or consider using a ridesharing service (e.g., Lyft or Uber).
Hotels: For out-of-area teams, we have arranged a special group rate at a nearby hotel, located approximately 2 miles from the Stanford campus. Note that group rates are available through 8/26 by visiting the Challenge Success Booking Page. Alternatively, you can reserve your room by calling 1-800-325-3535 and mentioning the “Challenge Success Fall Conference.”
Sheraton Palo Alto
Night of 9/27 and 9/28: $169/night (limited block availability)
October 11-12, 2019 | Bentley University
Transportation: Bentley University is in Waltham, approximately 35 minutes west of Boston Logan International airport. We recommend that you rent a car for the weekend or consider using a ridesharing service (e.g., Lyft or Uber).
Hotels: For out-of-area teams, we have arranged a limited number of rooms at a special group rate at the Embassy Suites hotel in Waltham, located approximately 2.5 miles from the Bentley campus. Note that group rates are available through 9/11 by calling 1-800-362-2779 (1-800-EMBASSY) and mentioning the “Challenge Success Fall Conference.”
Embassy Suites Waltham
10/11 and 10/12: $169/night for Single or Double; $179/night for Triple; $189/night for Quad (limited block availability)