Region 5 Educator and Provider Support (SEEPP)
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Program Focused Program Support is a model that approaches the program holistically and brings all the necessary supports together into the program (technical assistance, coaching, consultation, PLCs, and professional development training) to improve program quality. These supports will lead to improvements in the knowledge, skills, practices and dispositions of early childhood and ASOST professionals and enhance program quality.

Through the Region 5 Educator and Provider Support (EPS) grant, the Southeast Education Professionals Partnership (SEEPP), is committing resources to provide this "Program Focused Support" to eligible programs that apply through our website. Every effort will be made to select programs that are representative of the mixed delivery system and have a balance within the cities and towns of Region 5.

What makes a program eligible for consideration?

Programs wishing to participate in the Program Focused Support Program must show a commitment to program quality and program improvement. This may be evidenced by participation in QRIS or accreditation, through identified needs in a Continued Quality Improvement Plan (CQI) or Program Professional Development Plan (PPDP) and/or staff Individual Professional Development Plans (IPDP).

How does a program apply?

Programs wishing to be considered to participate in the Program Focused Support Program must complete an application form and submit to the SEEPP. 

Applications will be accepted throughout the Fiscal Year and must include the PQ Registry Educator Profile summary for all educators in the program. Programs will be considered pending available EPS funding. 

Visit our website for more information on expectation and the selection process of the program! For question regarding applications, please email

Announcing Registration for:
Regional Pyramid Model Learning Communities
Is your program using the Pyramid Model to support children and families?
Join us as we explore Pyramid Model resources, share lessons learned, and connect with a variety of community programs.

Click on the link below the Regional Pyramid Model Learning Community you wish to attend, then click the 'Register' button on the page to RSVP for this free opportunity.

Dates - Times - Locations:
Tuesday, October 24, 2017
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Lawrence EEC Office
360 Merrimack St., Bldg 9, 3rd Floor, Lawrence, MA 01843
Click here to register for the Lawrence Learning Community.
Tuesday, October 24, 2017
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Springfield EEC Office
1441 Main St., Suite 230, Springfield, MA 01103
Click here to register for the Springfield Learning Community.
Wednesday, November 8, 2017
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Worcester Public Library - Banx Room
3 Salem Square, Worcester, MA 01608
Click here to register for the Worcester Learning Community.
Friday, November 17, 2017
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Taunton EEC Office
1 Washington St., Suite 20, Taunton, MA 02780
Click here to register for the Taunton Learning Community.
Discussion Topic: Planning and Practicing for Implementation of Responsive Caregiving

Cost: There is no cost to participants; the Pyramid Model Learning Community is supported by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, and the Massachusetts Department of Public Health.

New to the Pyramid Model?
Before attending the Pyramid Model Learning Community, we encourage you to view this brief Introduction to the Pyramid Model Approach:

Check out the Massachusetts Pyramid Model Website here.

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