Are you interested in Continuing Education Credit? You may earn one continuing education unit (not academic credit) through Western Oregon University for attending the conference. For more information go to the CPM Continuing Education Credit Information webpage or pick up the credit application in Sequoia A.

In order to be eligible for this credit you must:

  • Confirm attendance through Kickup for both Saturday and Sunday.

  • Attend a session during each of the time periods, including the Keynote (Saturday morning) and the Ignite Session (Sunday afternoon).

  • Submit Session Feedback Forms for all of the sessions that you attend.

  • Submit a Conference Feedback Form at the end of the Ignite session.

  • Submit the Reflection and action plan submission form.

Confirm Conference Attendance: 

  1. Go to the Kickup website.

  2. Log in with the email you used to register for the conference.

  3. Click "Confirm Attendance at Event."

  4. Enter the Attendance Code, and click "Submit." 

WiFi network name: CPMConference, password: MoreMath2020 


1333 Bayshore Highway, Burlingame, CA 94010, ph: 650.347.1234

SEQUOIA A will be available to presenters as a space to organize and prepare prior to their session.

WiFi network name: CPMConference, password: MoreMath2020



Max’s World: salads, great sandwiches, specials, excellent desserts
1250 Old Bayshore Highway, 650-342-6297, maxsworld.com

Benihana Japanese Steakhouse
1496 Old Bayshore Highway, 650-342-5202, benihana.com

Broadway Grill: Steaks, seafood, pasta
1400 Broadway, 650-343-9333, bwgrill.com

Café Figaro: cozy Italian, homemade
1318 Broadway, 650-344-8277, cafefigaro.net

Mivan Mediterranean Cuisine: Greek, Turkish foods
1232 Broadway, 650-342-9944, mivanrestaurant.com

Ristorante Rocca: Italian
1205 Broadway, 650-344-3900, ristoranterocca.com

Crepevine: crepes, salads, pasta, sandwiches, egg dishes, open all day
1310 Burlingame Avenue, 650-344-1310, crepevine.com

Il Fornaio: upscale Italian food from a quality company
327 Lorton Avenue, 650-375-8000, ilfornaio.com

Mingalaba Restaurant: Burmese and Mandarin cuisine
1213 Burlingame Avenue, 650-343- 3228, mingalabarestaurant.com

Sapore Italiano Ristorante: old country, quality Italian, many Italian wines
1447 Burlingame Avenue, 650-348-3277, saporeitalianoristorante.com


*Boulevard: Certainly in San Francisco’s top 10, if not tops. Broad selection.
One Mission Street, 415-543-6084, boulevardrestaurant.com

*Farallon: Excellent fish and other entrees, top 10.
450 Post Street, 415-956-6998, farallonrestaurant.com

*Zuni Café: Meat, fish, vegetables, farm to table. A hip spot near the opera house and City
1658 Market Street, 415-552-2522, zunicafe.com

*Delfina: Italian, pasta, fish, meat.
3621 18th Street, 415-552-4055, delfinasf.com

*Fringale: French, fresh.
570 4th Street 415-543-0573, fringalesf.com

*Millennium: Vegan, seasonal, creative, exotic.
580 Geary Street, 415-345-3900, millenniumrestaurant.com

The Stinking Rose: Garlic! Range of food.
325 Columbus Avenue, 415-781-7673, thestinkingrose.com

Tadich Bar and Grill: A San Francisco tradition. Fish and more, no reservations. No Sunday.
240 California Street, 415-391-1849, tadichgrillsf.com

Beach Chalet: Upscale brew pub and bar. Breakfast, lunch and dinner.
1000 Great Highway at Ocean Beach, 415-386-8439, beachchalet.com

*Indicates reasonably accessible via BART to downtown. Use hotel shuttle to BART at SFO.

Alcatraz Island
Alcatraz, the former military fort and notorious maximum-security federal prison that housed the likes of Al Capone and Machine Gun Kelly offers visitors an up and close glimpse of life on Alcatraz Island.

San Francisco Fisherman's Wharf
You'll find a wealth of knowledge on how a historic era still influences the present-day culture, events, sights, sounds, and food of San Francisco's most famous waterfront community.

The Exploratorium is an eye-opening, playful place to explore how the world works. We offer creative, thought-provoking exhibits, experiences, tools, and projects that ignite curiosity, encourage exploration, and lead to profound learning.

Pier 39
The sea lions camped out in PIER 39's West Marina have been endearingly coined The PIER’s “Sea Lebrities.” The boisterous pinnipeds started arriving in droves in January 1990, shortly after the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake.

Golden Gate Park
Golden Gate Park is a 1,000 acre public park featuring gardens, museums, art, lakes, and wildlife. It is free to visit the park during the day, but atttractions such as the California Academy of Sciences, the Japanese Tea Garden, the de Young Musuem, the Conservatory of Flowers, and others may have an admission fee.

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