The Interactive Systems Framework (ISF; Wandersman et al. in Am J Commu Psychol 41(3-4):171-181, 2008) was used to implement a kindergarten transition demonstration project collaboratively developed by elementary and early education providers, community-based family and housing services, parents, and a University intermediary and technical assistance group. First person accounts from stakeholders at all levels provide a complementary and broad perspective on the project's implementation. The practice model blended existing research on kindergarten transition and parent involvement with feedback from stakeholders to create a community-specific program designed to help all children make a smooth entry into kindergarten. During implementation, evidence-based approaches needed to be adjusted to fit the specific needs of each community. Using the ISF as a guide, next steps and lessons learned include increasing leadership through a district-wide plan that is still flexible within each school community, increasing information and supports to individual schools, and improving data collection for continuous program improvement.