The entire Gaynor community came together on September 15 for the first hurricane relief efforts of the year in what will be a year-long partnership with Briarmeadow Charter School, raising over $1,000 and hundreds of school supplies.
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Glenn Singleton, founder and president of Pacific Educational Group, author of Courageous Conversations: A Field Guide for Achieving Equity in Schools, and creator of Beyond Diversity™, visited Gaynor to share his curriculum with the community.
During the 2016-2017 academic year, approximately 40 members of the Gaynor community worked together to develop the school’s next five-year strategic plan. We invite you to explore the online version and learn about the initiatives and goals set forth in the plan.
Hurricane Harvey has been devastating and far-reaching in its impact on Texas residents. As we gear up to start a new academic year at Gaynor, we are thinking of students in Texas and have identified a school in the Houston Independent School District with whom we will partner to provide relief to their students and teachers. Click “Read More” for details on how you can help!
You are invited to attend Gaynor’s curriculum nights to learn more about our educational approach. Registration is requested. Find out more details in this post.
On September 14, Glenn Singleton, founder and president of Pacific Educational Group, Inc., and author of Courageous Conversations About Race: A Field Guide to Achieving Equity in Schools, will visit Stephen Gaynor School to lecture.
In the latest installment of Clare’s Corner, Gaynor’s Director of Psychological Services shares advice and resources for parents to use when speaking to children about their learning differences.
Executive function or functions is a series of tasks that help people effectively manage all the life tasks that need to be accomplished and allow us to plan, organize, and execute these tasks. The occupational therapy department elaborate on the importance of executive function and how it factors into daily life at Gaynor.
What is Early Intervention and why is it so important? Nationally, Early Intervention (EI) is a system of services that helps children birth to age three who are at risk for developmental delay. Rebecca Jurow, Gaynor’s director of early childhood, discusses what specialists look for when identifying these delays and the importance of doing so earlier rather than later.