UPDATE!

EEP Families – Due to rising COVID 19 cases in Lane County, we are not able to begin in person learning just yet.

Our EEP classrooms will be providing virtual family support and comprehensive distance learning.
EC CARES will continue to monitor Lane County’s COVID metrics and will evaluate when we can begin in-person learning.
Thank you for your continued patience and flexibility while we navigate public safety and our commitment to you and your kiddos!

(updated 10/22/20)

 Who We Are

The Early Education Program (EEP) is Lane County’s largest specialized preschool.  We have successfully served preschoolers with special needs – including Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, and other developmental delays – since 1981.

Currently, nearly 150 children attend our classrooms in Creswell, Junction City, Eugene, and Springfield.

Classrooms

Our classrooms are small with excellent teacher-child ratios. Each classrooms is staffed by specially trained, dedicated, and nurturing teachers. We focus on each child’s individual needs; vocabulary/concepts, communication, and self-regulation/social skills are emphasized. EEP’s small and large group activities keep children engaged, learning, and having fun!

 Supporting EEP

Donations from businesses and individual supporters, grants and tuition, and money earned from our annual Walk-the-Diamond fundraiser all help to fill in the gaps that state and federal funds simply do not cover.

Your support helps us make the difference we know is possible.

Thank you!

My Wonderful Body & 5 Senses! – EEP Family Connect

Peek here for our EEP Family Connect for the theme: My Wonderful Body & 5 Senses! En Español: La maravilla del cuerpo y los 5 sentidos!

It’s Fall! Let’s Take a Walk! – EEP Family Connect

Peek here for our EEP Family Connect for the theme: It’s Fall! Let’s Take a Walk! En Español: Llegó el otoño! Salgamos a pasear!

Fun on the Farm! – EEP Family Connect

Peek here for our EEP Family Connect for the theme: On the Farm! En Español: En la granja!