On Wednesday, April 1st, Gordon reconvened in the Online Learning Community.
Day one of the Online Learning Community in second grade
The eight grade looks ahead to their last ten weeks of Gordon.
Gordon's Online Learning Community will be connecting teachers and students throughout April.
Gordon families across the region responds to the COVID-19 crisis by helping their communities.
Independent work generates a message of unity
The fourth graders of the winter LEGO Robotics enrichment won the Innovative Programming award at the FIRST LEGO League Jr's Rhode Island expo.
First place in the team competition, and first and fifth place in the individual competition. Gordon's team had the top male and the top female in the state.
including the Legacy Museum, the National Memorial for Peace and Justice, and Dexter Avenue Baptist Church
Including the Alabama State Capitol, the Civil Rights Memorial and Selma
The nineteenth annual trip arrives in Newnan, Georgia, Tuskegee University and Montgomery, Alabama
Gordon's teams have earned first place in both the team and individual rankings three times in the past four years
If next week's trip to Georgia and Alabama is the exam, these are Mr. Anderson's study notes.
The third and fourth grade musical will take the stage Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 6pm.
A memorial service will be held in Providence on Sunday, March 1st.
Gordon's adults - teachers and staff, and also parents and members of the extended Gordon family - all serve as models of courageous leadership for Gordon students.
Twenty-third annual Britt Nelson Visiting Artist arrives in March
For Gordon's five and six-year-olds, the hundredth day of school is a hotly anticipated celebration of math, time, art, imagination and joyful learning.
Giving Week ends with a message of love
Faculty workshop on gender featured at NYC conference