Stephen Gaynor School is hosting an Open House for Professionals in Education. During the visit, you will have a chance to hear about our individualized curriculum, view classes in session, and meet our students and faculty. Refreshments will be served.
September 15 marked the start of Hispanic Heritage Month, and Green Cluster students in 703 kicked off the month with some “hair-raising” art! Students in Ms. Carril’s class created collages inspired by artist Lorna Simpson. Simpson is most known for her photography, collage, and multimedia work, which explores the themes of race, gender, and equality.
Individualization at Gaynor is not only for classroom instruction, but also for the placement process for those transitioning to their next school. Determining the right time, right school and right grade to enter when a student leaves Gaynor is customized to each individual student and family’s needs and preferences.
From the townhouse on West 74th to Gaynor today, Chris Meyer has witnessed many milestones in Gaynor’s history. And what better time than the 60th anniversary of Gaynor’s founding to ask about his journey at the school? We sat down with Chris for our latest installment of our “Five Questions With…” series to discover more about Gaynor’s history through his eyes.