Kinderfrogs School at TCU
Kinderfrogs School is an early-intervention childhood education program that provides appropriate education to children with Down Syndrome, other developmental delays, and a small number of typically developing students. One of the goals for the school is for the faculty and staff to work collaboratively with parents to prepare their children for the inclusion into public or private schools. The school serves thirty students in three classrooms: Toddler classroom, Pre-K classroom, and L.E.A.P classroom. The school provides planned and developmentally appropriate curricula for each child and offers occupational, physical, musical, and speech therapies. The Kinderfrogs facility also serves as an on-campus training facility for TCU students in the College of Education. TCU students serve as a useful resource to the school by being classroom observers, practice teachers, classroom aides, and beginning educational researchers.