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.
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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.
On May 29, watch for a call, email, or text from the Annual Fund Ambassadors. Our parent volunteers will be reaching out to you for your participation. We need 156 more gifts to reach 100%!
Mary Poppins likes to say that she is “practically perfect in every way,” but the members of the cast and crew of Mary Poppins Jr. lived up to that description and more during their performances on Thursday, May 9 and Friday, May 10. This was the inaugural performance of the spring musical in the new Performing Arts Center, and the cast and crew took full advantage of their new, state-of-the-art location.
After an in-depth poetry study, students in Ms. Jensen and Ms. Schatz’s Yellow Cluster reading group were given free topical reign while writing their own poetry. What they came up with was, in their teachers’ eyes, nothing short of beautiful.
The weather outside may have been dreary, but the mood inside Stephen Gaynor School was sunny and inviting for the school’s second-ever Spring Carnival.