Gaynor News Feed

Songs of Our Time: Blue Cluster 2020 Playlist

During their last week of school, Blue Cluster students put their thoughts and emotions to music during an assignment for drama class. Read on to find out what songs the students chose!

Custom Build: Students Gaynorize Minecraft

While the school year may be over, the Gaynor community can still experience the magic of the building thanks to a group of Green Cluster students. 

Celebrating the Class of 2020

The Class of 2020 differed from previous classes in many ways, but they were still able to enjoy a two-day virtual celebration of their time at Gaynor.

Enjoy Blue Cluster Art from Home

At the culmination of the spring semester, the artistic talents of many Blue Cluster students were on display in a gallery for viewers to “walk” through and admire — even if it was over the computer screen. 

Virtual Field Day

Students were up and moving Friday morning as they participated in various virtual Field Day activities. 

Courageous Conversations: Talking (Remotely) About Racial and Social Justice Issues

Over the past several days, our community has been spending time reflecting on the impact of the racial and social injustices that have come to the forefront in our nation. 

Reimagining the Green Cluster Overnight Trip

See how students in the Green Cluster celebrated a time-honored tradition, but this year with a twist!

Distance Learning Roundup, Part 4

As the end of the school year draws near, students at Gaynor continue to experience days filled with learning, imagination, and talent. Find out what they were up to in and out of the classroom this week!

Memories and Musings: Reflecting on the Gaynor Experience

Graduating Blue Cluster students reminisced on their time at Gaynor and helped give insight to the placement process at last week’s Coffee Talk, hosted by Director of Placement Erica Kasindorf, Placement Associate Elsie Andriamanantena, and Director of Psychology Clare Cosentino.  

Red Cluster Students Celebrate Reading

Red Cluster students in Head Teacher Joyce Macedo’s reading group finished their reading of the classic children’s book “The Boxcar Children” and celebrated with a special ceremony.