See how students in the Green Cluster celebrated a time-honored tradition, but this year with a twist!
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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!
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 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.
EC and Pink Cluster students learned the story of the Little Red Hen in a musical performed by Yellow Cluster students in Music Teacher Michael Piedmont’s class this week!
As we move further into spring and the beginning of May, Gaynor students continued to showcase their creativity and ingenuity in the classroom. From special guests, to campouts, to magazine publishing, to game shows and more, find out what happened this week at Virtual Gaynor!
As we continue the school year virtually, students and teachers have found fun and creative ways to stay engaged and connected, even without a physical classroom. From building bridges to creating works of art to asking thoughtful questions, Gaynor students showed they can shine no matter the circumstances.
This week, Silver Cluster students discussed the holy month of Ramadan and what it means in the Muslim community.
Though it may have been done virtually, the Gaynor community continued their tradition of celebrating Earth Day, together.
Throughout this month, Gaynor students were able to learn more about the experiences of healthcare workers during the pandemic, while also expressing their appreciation for all that they do.