Your Invited to the
Annual SEEPP Enrichment Conference
June 11, 2016
 (Formerly the Plymouth Radisson)
   180 Water Street, Plymouth MA 
More information will be available shortly
Click here to download the Save the Date 

Formative Assessment Professional Development Opportunities
(Click on dates for more information and to register)

Utilizing Data for Planning Individualized Learning for Educators
Observation and Documentation for Assessment and Planning
                                  Please click here for a list of all training provided by CES. 
     If your program is interested in hosting one these trainings, please contact 
     Nicole Miles at  or 781-870-7009

In Collaboration with SEEPP, your R5 EPS, The Children's Museum of Greater Fall River Inc.  is offering a Professional Learning Community (PLC) for Educators in Region 5:

  "Passport to Kindergarten"

The Children's Museum of Greater Fall River is offering  4 (2 hr)  PLCs that center around the topics of STEM, Brain Building in Progress, Kindergarten Readiness, and Literacy.  You will take away from these workshops a "Passport to Kindergarten" that you can recreate within your own centers or use as a tool to support continuity of education at home.

Click on each title for more information and to register today. Registration is limited.  
Brain Building in Progress
(This is a product of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts's Race to the Top-Early Learning Challenge grant initiative, which is managed by the Department of Early Education and Care in partnership with Boston Children's Museum.)

MA Quality Rating and Improvement System (QRIS) ERS Data and Program/ Provider Support
If you missed January's webinar, you can still view the live recording!

What to do Winter Vacation Week?

The Children's Museum of Greater Fall River Presents:  
LEGO Mania for Kids ages 2- 92

Saturday February 13, 2016 through Sunday February 21, 2016 
Open Everyday for except for Monday during vacation week

Legos for all ages to create on-going masterpieces! 
Introduction to Positive Solutions for Families
This introduction to the Positive Solutions for Families modules will focus on strategies for building relationships and collaborating with families with children with disabilities. Included will be discussion on working with a wide range of families, including diverse cultures and family structures, and multi-generational families. Information, resources, handouts and activities from CSEFEL will be integrated to facilitate a well-aligned overview of the Positive Solutions for Families modules
When: March 10, 2016 from 9:30AM-12:00PM
Where: EEC South East Regional Office, Taunton, MA
Cost: FREE
Workshop Hours: 2.5 EEC training hours

FREE Group Coaching Sessions

CDA Coaching Sessions
February 23, March 22, April 26, May 24 and June 14
Attleboro, MA 

CDA Coaching Sessions
March 10, April 14, May 12, and June 9
Avon, MA 

Bilingual CDA Coaching Sessions
March 1, April 5, May 3 and June 7 
English and Portuguese
Avon, MA 

P.A.C.E Child Care Works 

Click for the February issue of Building Blocks II and Calendar of Events

Lead Agency: Child Development and Education, Inc. 

 Sponsored in part by the Department of Early Education and Care