The playing time policy on Gordon's athletics teams is simple.
A second grade class learns to have a civil conversation.
Dozens of connections are emerging between the work happening in eighth grade classrooms and larger conversations happening locally and nationally.
There was a strong showing from the Gordon family today as Farm Fresh Rhode Island celebrated a milestone in the construction of their new facility in Providence.
Theoretical physicist Dr. Sylvester J. Gates won over the crowd at today's Middle School meeting when he began: "I am having more fun now than when I was sixteen. Do you want to know why?"
Gordon is proud to have over one hundred and twenty-five graduates attending the top ten public and private high schools in Rhode Island, as ranked in a report based on data from Niche.com.
After a hard day of playing and learning, this is the kind of work that Gordon's Gators tackle after school, every day through 5:30pm
Gordon will have a table at the Wintertime Farmer's Market this Saturday, and Gordon musicians will be performing all morning.
That quiet? It's the sound of ninety sixth, seventh, and eighth graders enjoying a math exam.
The art show is up all week, 7:15am to 5:30pm, in the Wales Theater. Today's opening reception was full of surprises.
The American Psychiatric Association is sharing research that demonstrates that green space around schools is directly associated with reduced ADHD symptoms.
The January issue of Providence Monthly features two alumni parents who are working to make systemic improvements for all Rhode Islanders.
Gordon's Head of School traces the history of Gordon's pioneering work in equity and inclusivity, and her place in that work as it continues today.
Today's winter assembly hit the perfect balance for a school that works to ensure that every student feels valued and every voice can be heard.
Middle School students shine at All-State auditions, winter concert
Thank you to Andreas Algava, Gordon grandparent and author of the recently published Six Hundred Days in Hiding. He came to Gordon today to share the story of his family, Jews living in Nazi-occupied Greece, as the eighth grade begins their study of the Holocaust.
Every eighth grade boy is playing basketball this season, along with 80% of the eighth grade girls.
Congratulations to these two Gordon sixth graders, who have led their U11 football team to the AYF national championship game.
Nothing is better than a snow day.
Except maybe: a snowy day at school with your pals.
Two moments from Middle School meeting, with a jawdropping ukulele medley and a look at how Gordon builds leaders