Here's my 2 cents:
[*]Consider doing something on either Saturday or Sunday. It doesn't necessarily have to be track related but I've always found with myself and with athletes that 2 days off on the weekend results in loss of sharpness on Monday. Basically just be a little active like go for a walk, shoot some hoops, etc.
[*]Are you still going to LJ, if so, include some really remedial technical work like low level takeoff mechanics work. You wouldn't even need to use an approach…just do some plyos that will emphasize LJ technical development.
[*]If possible, I'd recommend trying to do something the day before a meet even when you travel. This will eliminate much of the "dead-legged" feeling of sitting on a plane or bus all day and help you out when it's time to compete. You could even do a short shakeout / dynamic warmup in the hotel parking lot if you're travelling all day and don't have time to get to the track.
[*]Thursday's comp phase workout might be redundant after doing essentially the same workout the day before (you could do starts with your acc. dev. work).
[*]Personally I'd drop the hills on the second meso of SPP.
[*]Consider another form of stimulus other than hills that could accomplish the same goal (resisted runs, stadiums, etc.) but which might result in greater gains if cycled on and off with hills during the early part of the year. I'm experimenting with this now and it seems to work well.
[*]I'd do more hurdle mobility and med ball work to raise work capacity, dynamic flexibility, etc.
Other than those minor points I like it.