At Gaynor, reading specialists and teachers use the Orton-Gillingham approach, morphology, and grammar to teach students the mechanics of reading. Implementing the Disrupting Thinking approach is another layer that moves students from the mechanical to a more holistic engagement with what they read.
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Ms. Moskowitz’s Silver Cluster class brought a novel to life in their classroom with a clever use of the design cycle.
Gaynor’s cross country program is only in its second year, but the team is hitting their stride.
Stephen Gaynor School Parents’ Association presents Gaynor Skate Night on Wednesday, November 14 from 5:30pm – 8:30pm at Sky Rink at Chelsea Piers. Register today!
We sat down with Yvette Siegel-Herzog for the inaugural installment of the “Five Questions With…” feature in Gaynor Gazette.
On Friday, September 21, Gaynor Gators traveled to Demarest Farms in New Jersey for the annual apple picking trip. Students
Gaynor’s community theme for 2018-2019 is “Choosing Courageous Conversations.” Learn why this is important and how faculty and staff will be working to incorporate it not only among themselves but with students as well throughout the year.
Gaynor’s Occupational Therapy Department is promoting The American Occupational Therapy Association’s National Backpack Awareness Day on September 23. Read more to find out the steps you can take to ensure your student is wearing their backpack correctly to avoid strain on the muscles.
Gaynor’s reading specialists work with our students on a daily basis to improve their skills. What are some of the ways they do that and how can you help your child at home? The reading department shares some tips from their update from the summer 2018 issue of Gaynor Gazette.
Last year, Gaynor selected the social-emotional program, RULER, to be integrated into the curriculum. Teachers across all cluster levels have been implementing it into their classroom in different and age-appropriate ways for their students.