To address the issue of preschool suspension and expulsion in our communities, NV TACSEI and The Children’s Cabinet are offering support to programs Directors and administration in preventing suspension and expulsion of infants and young children.
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FREE ePyramid Module Training
We know that early childhood educators are busy! The ePyramid provides Pyramid Model content accessible online and at your own pace. Learn more by watching the quick video below. Click here to access the ePyramid request form.
Childcare Information and Resource Phone Support: CHIRP
Need help putting practices into place?
CHIRP calls are monthly phone meetings held online by a trained specialist. The purpose of these meetings is to provide a community of practice for administrators and teachers to work to prevent challenging behaviors in programs using the Pyramid Model. Take advantage of this opportunity to problem-solve with other working professionals and create solutions for challenging behaviors in your program.
Accessing CHIRP is easy. Select the topic that works best for you by simply clicking on the link provided and registering for that call. Once you have registered you will receive and email with the link and phone number to be able to participate. Space is limited so register early to gain access to CHIRP!
Upcoming CHIRP calls and registration:
Still need more? Call one of our Quality Specialists for targeted guidance and problem solving. 1-833-651-0491 (toll free)
In Person Training
The Children’s Cabinet offers Pyramid Model trainings monthly. Check our Provider Training Calendar for dates. For more information contact a quality specialist by emailing email@example.com
Suspension and Expulsion – Reporting Form
Are you aware of a suspension or expulsion event at a local child care? You can notify our Pyramid Model team of this event so we can connect with the school to offer our support.
Pyramid Model Specialist – Coaching Form
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This work is funded in part by Nevada Division of Welfare and Supportive Services Child Care and Development Program and the Nevada Department of Education, Office of Early Learning and Development.