Using poetry, beats, and creativity, a group of Silver Cluster students put their musical skills to the test to inspire and uplift others.
Look up at the sky — what’s that? It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s the Gaynor superheroes! In honor of the strength and resilience Gaynor faculty, staff, and students showed during the past year, the school celebrated its first Superhero Day on Thursday, March 18.
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Members of Gaynor’s Parent Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) Committee continue the series of monthly updates centered on personal reflections and resources for parents. This month’s entry celebrating Women’s History Month comes from PA President Megan Hogan.
In a town created by Red Cluster students, all of the houses are occupied by different types of syllables, and it’s all to help students learn about the six types of syllables and their characteristics.
Students in the Early Childhood program learned about the role of the president and then used their knowledge to perform different multisensory activities.
In order to help students practice their math skills, two Red Cluster teachers opened up a “mall” as a multisensory and project-based learning activity.
A virtual talk, titled “Empowering Students to Self-Advocate: Student Advocacy at Stephen Gaynor School,” was hosted by Director of Psychology Clare Cosentino and Director of Placement & Student Advocacy Erica Kasindorf this week. During the event, graduating Blue Cluster students gave insight into the Student Advocacy curriculum while reflecting on their own journeys.