Dr. Gaynor welcomed nearly 700 guests over the course of the 2-day, 4-part Relatives and Special Friends Day which was held for the first time in the brand new Performing Arts Center.
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In honor of April being OT Month, Gaynor’s occupational therapy department created a sensory hallway with quick movement activities for students.
Eagle Hill freshman Tyler Tang ’18 is settling in life after Gaynor not just in academics but in extracurriculars.
Register today for Gaynor’s Spring Carnival on May 5 from 1-4 pm! The school will be transformed into an innovative carnival with fun games and activities for the whole family!
The Orange Cluster “traveled” to Peru this week, taking part in a customs simulation. Beyond getting their “passport” stamped, students were taking part in a memorable project-based learning experience.
In the Early Childhood kitchen, students make everything from muffins to pudding. Although the recipes are delicious (and they’re shared here) the act of cooking has important educational elements including chemistry, math, executive functioning and more.
Months of research, thought, and preparation came to fruition on March 14 with the first-ever Ancient Greek God and Goddess Fashion Show presented by students in the Green Cluster to an audience of admiring parents. A testament to cross-curricular inspiration, the show incorporated art, design, drama, technology, writing, and of course, history and social studies. The new Performing Arts Center provided a worthy venue to showcase all of the students’ hard work.
At a special Performing Arts Assembly on March 13, students were wowed by the vocal stylings of Yale’s all-female a cappella group, Something Extra.
Using what he learned at Gaynor, Benjamin Mitchell ’10 followed his dreams to Los Angeles where he works for one of the biggest talent agencies in the world.
The Gaynor Gators boys’ basketball team emerged winners in a tough game against Cathedral.