Gateway turns 50!
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Rachel Sattinger, a 4th-grade teacher at Gateway School writes:
Representation matters, and so I am committed to using diverse literature in my classroom.
Alumnae Anicia and Deirdre started their lifelong friendship when they met in Kindergarten 32 years ago. They are still friends today and have been a part of each other's lives over the years.
As part of its 50th celebration, Gateway School hosted the virtual Talking Heads Roundtable discussion on January 14, 2021.
As a teacher of over forty years, I felt I had “seen it all” but the educational challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic have caught all educational constituents off guard scrambling for the best ways to move forward.
Stephanie never dreamed she would be a teacher when she was at Gateway School because she remembers struggling in all of her subjects.
Sixth Grade Math and Science teacher Michael Matthews has integrated an interdisciplinary study of data science with the Humanities curriculum where Middle School students have been exploring the different aspects of the election process.
At Gateway, we know reading can be intrinsically fun and rewarding, an essential behavior for imagination, connection, and communication, and a path towards learning and success across all academic areas.
Childhood is fleeting and precious, and the effects of this year will ripple through the decade to come in many ways. The best thing we can do is to keep the emotional and mental health of our children at the center of our collective work this year.
We work hard to teach children about diversity and inclusivity, and we must also teach them to think through when limits of tolerance must be drawn, both societally and individually.
Among Gateway School’s nine stated core values is the courage to promote a just society.
At Gateway, we answer the call to action through our educational program.
Q+A with Gateway Families Association President Lindsey Chester
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