Oklahoma/Douglas County: Coyote Creek preschool In 1979, Douglas county began a preschool program to meet the needs of 3 and 4 year olds identified with developmental delays. The program was successful in meeting the individualized needs of the children as well as providing a quality preschool education. Many requests were made by families looking for high quality preschool experiences, to have their typically developing preschoolers attend this preschool with their siblings. Positive benefits were noted by both parents and staff when all children were included and educated together. Requests continued to be made by more families in the community to participate in the preschool program. In 1991 the preschool expanded the program to include community preschoolers on a space available basis, supported by community student tuition.
Oklahoma School for the Deaf (preschools) At the main campus in Sulphur, OSD offers educational, vocational and campus life programs for residential and day students from infancy to 12th grade. OSD also provides preschool programs for children who are Deaf at regional sites in Broken Arrow, Edmond and Lawton.
Oklahoma/Tulsa: Monte Cassino's Preschool Monte Cassino's Preschool provides young children with a loving introduction to the fun of learning. It offers a wonderful program for students who are three by September . Potential students are also individual screened by the Preschool principal and by a Preschool teacher to ensure their developmental readiness for preschool.