Who We Are
The Early Education Program (EEP) is Lane County’s largest ECSE preschool. Since 1981, we have successfully served preschoolers with special needs, including Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, and other developmental delays.
Currently, nearly 150 children attend our classrooms in Creswell, Eugene, Junction City, and Springfield.
EEP keeps classrooms small, with a focus on excellent teacher-child ratios. For that reason, our specially trained, dedicated, nurturing teachers can focus on each child’s individual needs.
With research-based strategies, our curriculum emphasizes vocabulary, concepts, communication, self-regulation, and social skills. And EEP’s small and large group activities keep children engaged, learning, and having fun!
We rely on donations from businesses and individual supporters.
Your support helps us make the difference we know is possible. Thank you!
Our Emotion Coaching Webinar is here!
The password is 2021emotion
Tip sheet for reading Lots of Feelings, by Shelley Rotner, with your preschooler.
A quick video introduction to “Parenting with Emotion Coaching” by Dr. John Gottman & Dr. Julie Gottman.
Thank you to Dr. Brené Brown, Katy Davis (AKA Gobblynne), and RSA House for use of the video on Empathy in this Emotion Coaching Webinar. www.theRSA.org
EEP Vaccination Rates
Early Education Program is required to collect and submit immunization records for all children attending our program each year. We appreciate your help completing your child’s vaccination record. We are also required to report back to you each year how…
Winter Break – No School
Reminder: There is No School December 19 – January 4. Classes will be back on Thursday, January 5, 2023.
My Classroom! My Friends! – EEP Family Connect
Peek here for our EEP Family Connect for the theme: My Classroom! My Friends! En Español: Mi clase! Mis amigos!