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Inclusive Education for children of all abilities

Welcome to Garden of Eden 

"Garden of Eden believes children should have the opportunity to be educated in the least restrictive environment that values and promotes the special attributes of each child, our goal is to meet the individual needs of all learners" 

Silvia Eunice Guerrero, Co-Founder

Social-Emotional Development

The ability of a youngster to establish and maintain deep connections with both adults and other children is referred to as social development. The ability of a kid to express, identify, and manage his or her emotions as well as react appropriately to those of others is known as emotional development.

Small teacher ratio (16:1:2) allows us to prepare students for least restrictive placement providing a smaller ICT class than most traditional settings. Small group instruction provided in different ratios 

Behavioral Program


  • By September 2022, every member of our team will have successfully completed RBT training, enabling them to carry out ABA interventions that teach communicative, social, and daily living skills to all kids while reducing problematic behaviors.

  • Collaboration with service providers to identify current development levels and create future objectives

  • Collaboration across the entire team in creating and carrying out behavioral plans with all service providers to improve all-around assistance.

  • "Push in" classroom support to assist students in developing specific skills that may be used to a variety of environments.

Academic Curriculum

Explorations offer teaching opportunities for 3-K for All teaching staff, kids, and families to connect, explore resources, and learn together. They are based on the Head Start Early Learning Outcomes Framework.


Explorations encourage participation in all-encompassing, detailed, play-based learning across areas. Through the course of the year, routines and the classroom community are covered together with more abstract concepts in Explorations topics and activities.

The Head Start Early Learning Outcomes Framework: Ages Birth to Five (ELOF), which specifies the abilities, behaviors, and concepts programs encourage as they engage with our youngest learners, provides the basis for explorations on developmental expectations. Programs will meet each of the preschool objectives listed in the framework by utilizing the three Explorations exactly as they are stated.

Over the course of the ten-month program year, the three Explorations are intended to be used in 3-K for All classrooms.

Related Services

Early Intervention services are available for children ages 0-3, Early Intervention Is the term used to describe the services and supports that are available to babies and young children with developmental delays and disabilities. This may include speech therapy, physical therapy, and other types of services based on the needs of the child and family. We welcome all early intervention providers


Preschool special education services are available for children ages 3 to 5 with disabilities or delays in development. These services are provided free of charge and can help your child in making educational progress. The Committee on Preschool Special Education (CPSE) is responsible for coordinating the preschool special education process. We allow all related service providers on site. 

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