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We Need Your Support for the Annual Fund

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.

Science at Stephen Gaynor School

The science department at Stephen Gaynor School has recently undergone several exciting changes, expanding in both size and staff, creating a more dynamic and rigorous science program that will better prepare students for life after Gaynor.

How About a Round of Gaynoropoly?

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!

Bounce Houses in the Field House? Must Be Gaynor’s Spring Carnival!

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.

Honoring Stephen Gaynor School’s Legacy Faculty and Staff

On Friday, May 5, Gaynor hosted an event in conjunction with the Gaynor Alumni Network to honor legacy faculty and staff who have served 10, 15, 20, and 50 or more years. Dozens of alumni from a range of class years returned to campus to connect with each other, their former teachers, and celebrate the honorees.

Making Lemons Into (Value-Added) Lemonade

Orange Cluster students planned and ran their own lemonade stand which benefitted the ASPCA and Alex’s Lemonade Stand.

David Miliband, President of IRC, Discusses How Best to Help Refugees

David Miliband, President and CEO of the International Rescue Committee, visited Gaynor to speak with the Green and Blue Clusters this morning.

Gaynor Continues Important Work On Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives

Continuing the diversity and inclusion efforts Gaynor has invested in this year, members of Gaynor’s Community Values Committee attended the NYSAIS Diversity Conference 2017: Acts of Resilience.

EC Students Go On A “Hunt”

Early Childhood students at Gaynor were assigned shades of pink, yellow, red, and green and then explored the Westside Community Garden to find the match for their special color.

Summer Orton-Gillingham Training for Educators

This summer, Stephen Gaynor School will offer a five-day training program introducing participants to the Orton-Gillingham multisensory reading approach and how it is used in the classroom.