Differentiated learning is a key aspect in education at Gaynor especially in subjects like reading. This spring, Middle School students read Shakespeare’s Midsummer Night’s Dream and Homer’s The Odyssey, differentiated to fit specific needs. The goal was to take higher levels of text and differentiate them in order to make them accessible to every student, allowing the students to be able to read and understand the literature regardless of their decoding skills.
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After another successful and productive academic year at Gaynor came to a close on Thursday, June 15, it was time to bid farewell to the graduating class and send them off with best wishes. On Friday, June 16, faculty, staff, graduates, and their friends and family gathered in the Gaynor Gymnasium for graduation and the class of 30 were recognized for their achievements and hard work in speeches from Board President Henrietta Jones-Pellegrini, Trustee and Gaynor parent Scott Mager, Head of School Dr. Scott Gaynor, and Gaynor alumnus Nick Kenner ’90.
Multi-sensory learning is a crucial component of Gaynor’s Early Childhood program and can even be applied to teaching complex subjects including social justice, racism, segregation and the life and significance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Students in the EC learned about these topics through a series of multi-sensory lessons that broke down the larger topics into more digestible pieces.
This week, a new friend appeared in the North Lobby, prompting some questions: Is this art? Technology? Artificial intelligence? Turns out, the figure is an art and technology collaboration project undertaken by students in the Yellow Cluster. The one thing missing? A name!
Throughout the spring semester, students have been producing great photography including portraits, candids, and landscapes.
Students in Gaynor’s Early Childhood program filmed a remake of the classic children’s book, If You Give a Mouse a Cookie.
The Annual Fund helps support the day-to-day activities and operating expenses of the school, the largest of which includes the compensation and benefits of our stellar faculty. Every gift, of every size, has a real impact.
Stephen Gaynor School’s science department has been expanding in both size and staff, creating a more dynamic and rigorous science program that will better prepare students for life after Gaynor.
Blue Cluster student Max gifted Dr. Gaynor “Gaynoropoly,” a version of the classic board game customized to reflect life at Gaynor. No detail was spared!
On Sunday, nearly 800 members of the Gaynor community entered a school completely transformed into a Spring Carnival. This first-ever event of this magnitude was a terrific opportunity for parents and students to enjoy having fun with one another at school, and to get a chance to show their school with pride to siblings and friends.