Emotions can either help or hinder relationships, and we all have moments that get the best of us. In the latest installment of Psychologists’ Corner, Gaynor’s psychology department discusses what a “meta-moment” is and how to incorporate it into your daily life.
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Take a look inside the summer 2019 issue of Gaynor Gazette, “Learning in 3D.”
The Alumni Reunion Honoring Gaynor’s Distinguished Faculty & Staff brought the Gaynor community together in the Performing Arts Center.
The Class of 2019 enjoyed a two-day celebration of their time at Gaynor beginning with a Graduate/New Alumni Breakfast on Thursday, June 13, followed with a formal graduation ceremony on Friday, June 14.
Gaynor Parent Kristian Roebling brought history to life for Silver Cluster students as he described his ancestor, John Augustus Roebling, and his role in the design and construction of the Brooklyn Bridge.
After a season of challenges, Gaynor’s softball team played against an undefeated team for the AIPSL Championship and emerged victorious.
The Willow, Hudson, and Lexington rooms hatched butterflies, chickens, and a duckling this week, the culmination of science lessons that gave them firsthand experience.
Members of Gaynor’s track team competed in championship races this week earning medals in certain races!
Thanks to the Parents’ Association annual Book Fair, students, faculty, and staff were not only able to shop for books but also generously donate them to Gaynor’s library.
Gaynor Speech-Language Pathologists Emily Jupiter Waldman and Aleksandra Berns have some tips and tricks for maintaining language development skills over the summer months. Check out their helpful ideas that not only help promote language development, but build and strengthen language at the early childhood, elementary and middle school level.