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The Gateway Gazette

Check out Gateway School’s new student-run newspaper: The Gateway Gazette! Led under the supervision of Ms. Lincoln and Ms. Smith, The Gateway Gazette student team published its first issue this month. Be sure to check it out for updates on school events, sports, classes, and field trips. The newspaper even includes interviews with Gateway teachers and fun, student-drawn comic strips! Well done, Gateway Gazette team!

Introducing Our New Mobile App

We are excited to launch a new mobile app for The Gateway School! This free app can be downloaded from the App Store (for Apple devices) and Google Play (for Android devices).

Get easy access to the School Calendar, School Store, social media, website content, notifications, and more. We hope you’ll find this app useful and will enjoy exploring its features. Please click one of the links above (while using your mobile device) to download the app today.

Have a Wonderful Summer

From all of us at Gateway, we wish everyone a happy, safe, and enjoyable summer, whether you’re staying local or traveling afar. It’s been a wonderful 2016-17 school year, and we look forward to continuing our work in the fall with the new and returning students.

Happy Holidays

winter_sing-alongOn the last day of school before the holiday recess, Gateway staff and members of the Middle School chorus teamed up for a Winter Sing-Along. The group welcomed students as they arrived in the morning with an assortment of fun and festive tunes: “Frosty the Snowman,” “Winter Wonderland,” “Jingle Bell Rock,” and more.

From all of us at The Gateway School, have a restful and enjoyable holiday recess. We will see you again when school resumes on January 3, 2017.

NYSAIS Conference

On October 11, Gateway faculty and administrators attended, presented, and led discussions at the NYSAIS (New York State Association of Independent Schools) Special Education Conference, hosted by Grace Church School. This year, the conference’s focus was on cognitive rigor, deepening learning, and strength-based approaches to working with students with special needs. The keynote speakers were Dr. Ned Hallowell and Dr. Karin Hess.

Participating in this conference and its many opportunities to network, learn, and share best practices are all part of Gateway’s ongoing professional development program for our faculty and specialists.