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Janelle Eyet
Director of Special Education
jeyet@martinez.k12.ca.us
Phone: (925)335-5910

 

Rianna Bensing
Program Specialist
rbensing@martinez.k12.ca.us
Phone: (925)335-5937

 

Stephanie Wentz
Administrative Secretary
swentz@martinez.k12.ca.us
Phone: (925)335-5917
 

Welcome to MEIPP

Our vision at Martinez Early Intervention Preschool Program is to provide an inclusive and collaborative educational environment to facilitate positive parent, family and community connections. We help build the foundation and empower students to be independent, functional and lifelong learners. 

Picture of Martinez Early Intervention Preschool Program Play structure

Transition to IDEA Part B

When Your Child Turns Three

Early Start is California's implementation of a federal program designed to provide assistance to infants and toddlers with special needs or those who are at risk for ...more

Aeries Online Enrollment Registration

Complete on-line registration through the District website.  Follow the link here: https://abiserv.martinez.k12.ca.us/air/   If you require computer access or technical assistance for registration, a computer is available at the District Office in the Special Education Department.

News And Events

Triple P Positive Parenting Seminars

The series of three seminars for groups of parents focuses on positive ways to promote children’s development. Each seminar is 1.5 hours long and includes an informational presentation followed by a question and answer session.  Click here to see the flyer for additional information. 

Bullying and Safety Concerns

To report safety concerns such as bullying, potential fights, alcohol/drug use or any other safety items of concern call 925-335-5888 or text  925-727-DONT. You can also submit a concern electronically CLICK HERE

Staying Healthy During Cold and Flu Season

As we head into the cold and flu season it is important that parents know there are measures they can take to help keep their families healthy and to prevent the spread of cold viruses and influenza at school and in the greater community.  Please read the following information on how to keep your child healthy.  Click here