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Gaynor Cares: Art Works for Puerto Rico

In a continuation of Gaynor’s yearlong hurricane relief efforts, students have created art to benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Puerto Rico. “Art Works for Puerto Rico” will be displayed in a special gallery during Relatives’ and Special Friends’ Day.

Giving Public School Students a Boost: Gaynor’s Community Learning Center

The Community Learning Center improves reading comprehension and skills but for one student, it drastically changed the trajectory of her academic career. Learn more about her story.

Gaynor’s Science Curriculum Prepares Students for High School and Beyond

Gaynor’s science department is dedicated to fostering students’ interests in the sciences from an early age, and to preparing students for future academic work in science.

Tips for Graduates Post-Gaynor

After recently crossing the 100 day of school mark for the 2017-2018 academic year, it is important to realize that graduation is around the corner. Our placement office has helpful tips for future graduates to help them navigate the world post-Gaynor.

National School Walk Out: Message from Dr. Gaynor

Head of School Dr. Scott Gaynor’s letter to parents after the March 14 National School Walk Out.

Go for the Gold! 2018 Reading Challenge Kicks off at Gaynor

Between the annual reading challenge and collection drive for Project Cicero, March is a book-filled month at Gaynor. Read more to find out how our community has been breaking records and spreading the joy of reading both inside and outside our walls.

Gaynor Shines at 2018 Gaynor Gala

On March 6, Pier Sixty at Chelsea Piers was transformed for Gaynor Gala 2018. The theme, “A Time to Shine,” highlighted the importance of, and Stephen Gaynor School’s commitment to, the performing arts.

Dare to Be Different(iated)

One of Gaynor’s core tenets is an individualized curriculum for each student. But did you know this means material can be differentiated down to a single question? Find out how different teachers approach this process and why it pays off when it comes to unlocking each child’s potential.

Stairway to Success: The Deeper Meaning Behind the EC Staircase

The intentional design of the Early Childhood (EC) facility teaches the youngest Gaynor students how to calmly, safely, and thoughtfully make the transition from home to school.

Ali Michael Speaks About Building Healthy Multiracial Communities

Dr. Ali Michael, Director of the Race Institute for K-12 Educators, spoke to the Gaynor community for a discussion titled, “Building Healthy Multiracial Communities: What Do White Children Need to Know About Race?” The talk was sponsored by the Parents’ Association Diversity & Inclusion Committee.