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BPS Early Childhood Program

 
BPS Early Childhood Education
 
 
A Community Together for School Readiness is a cooperative endeavor by Child Care Providers and Bristow Public Schools to provide helpful information to the families in our community so that children are prepared for school and for life! Through family events and public information efforts, we strive to equip Bristow's families with child development information and services so that the transition to school is smooth and effortless. Check out the resources and agencies in Bristow that will help you be the best "parent and first teacher" for your child.

 

BPS Early Childhood Related Files

Child Abuse Prevention Awareness Resources and Websites

Thousands of Oklahoma children suffer abuse and neglect each year. Every possible effort needs to be made to prevent child abuse and ensure the health and safety of our youngest citizens. Everyone is responsible for preventing child abuse and these resources can guide you in recognizing, reporting and preventing child abuse in your neighborhood and community.

  • For helpful websites on child abuse prevention, please access the links under the "Related Links" icon below.
  • For helpful fact sheets and parent information sheets, please access the "Related Files" icon below.

FREE BOOKS FOR YOUR CHILD

Register today so your child can begin receiving free books until they turn 5!

If you are a resident of Creek County and your child is between birth and five years of age, sign up to begin receiving age appropriate children's books from the Dolly Parton Imagination Library.

You can download and print the registration form below, or you can go online at www.imaginationlibrary.com and search for Bristow, Oklahoma and register there.

This is an amazing opportunity, sponsored by the Bartlett Foundation, The Bristow Education Foundation and Bristow Schools, to have beautifully written and illustrated books in your home. Reading these books with your child everyday will help he/she be prepared for school, for learning and for life.

Registration Form
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