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Gar’inim's unique program allows us to serve a wide range of learners including those with language based learning disabilities, autism spectrum disorders, and those with other developmental delays and medical conditions.
Gar’inim teachers use a variety of teaching tools to meet the individual needs of our students:Reading/ Language Arts
The Gar’inim School is a Jewish day school that is welcoming to all children regardless of their religion. Our students learn the Hebrew language, the prayers to participate in their congregations, the teachings of the Torah and the story of the Jewish people.
This spiritual grounding allows our children to connect to another part of themselves and to the world around them.
Our children participate in activities to enhance their understanding of Tikun Olam - Repair the World. Through social action projects they learn that we all share this world and we are all responsible for one another.
The Whole Child
The Gar’inim School does not look to a diagnosis to define the child but rather to the child to define themselves. All of our students are unique and all will eventually find their voice and their place in society. The future will look different for each of our students, so to accommodate their individual needs a variety of supports are offered in addition to academics. These include:
The Gar’inim School is staffed by experts in the field of special education and related services. Our lead teachers are certified special educators and our assistants hold degrees in special education, occupational therapy and related fields. Our therapists are licensed in their field and come with many years of experience working with children with a variety of special needs. Our staff participates regularly in professional development opportunities to stay informed of the latest research in this ever changing field.
The Gar’inim School values all members of each child's team. It does take a village to raise our children. There is an open line of communication between our teachers, the professionals who work with the children in and out of the school, and most importantly the parents.
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Gar’inim is currently housed at the Alfred & Adele Davis Academy. The Amit Program admits students without regard to race, color, national or ethnic origin to the rights, privileges, programs and activities available to students at the school.