Four KinderFrogs Graduate
Four KinderFrogs graduates crossed the stage on Friday, June 24, wearing purple caps and gowns and smiling for their families and friends. The students have completed challenging and developmentally appropriate curriculum, and are ready to enter kindergarten in the fall.
“Our littlest horned frogs are ready for their new kindergarten adventure. We are so proud of their accomplishments and can’t wait to see them grow and progress,” said Dr. Marilyn Tolbert, director and Jean W. Roach Chair of Laboratory Schools at TCU.
KinderFrogs School opened in 2000 and is still Tarrant County’s only early intervention educational program for children with Down syndrome and other developmental delays. The school prepares children for success and independence in school and community settings through innovative programs, teaching students’ math, science, literacy as well as social, independent and mechanical skills.
The school also serves as an on-campus training, research and service site for students and faculty in TCU’s College of Education and other university programs. KinderFrogs School programs are made possible through the generous support of donors and TCU and community volunteers.