Conference to focus on strengths of those with dyslexia
Summer Teacher Trainings
When he was 3, Jack Dunn asked his mother to write a script for him and his family to perform.
Now 10, the young actor is performing in Pandemonium Productions’ staging of Newsies: The Musical. He’s also active with the Society of Explorers at his private school in Santa Fe, the May Center for Learning. The small group studies 18th-century British explorer James Cook.
May Center Community Collaboration: Outward Facing Programming
May Center Teaching Institute kept busy this summer helping educators experience more success with all learners. Our Structuring Your Classroom for Executive Functioning Skills workshop attracted 24 teachers from across New Mexico. In addition, we have six new MSL certification candidates who have completed the initial 54 hour coursework this summer and who will be doing their practicums this school year.
Calling All Comic Artists: Dyslexia Justice League Needs You!
May Center is proud to be part of The Reading Group, a collective action working group focused on improving third grade reading proficiency as part of Opportunity Santa Fe. The Reading Group, co-chaired by Amy Miller, Executive Director of May Center for Learning, and Perli Cunanan, Executive Director of Santa Fe School for Arts & Sciences, has published a report focused on 4 key investments to improve reading outcomes for students in Santa Fe…
Santa Fe’s Ready to Read: Until Everyone Can Read
Dyslexia Justice League is a student advocacy group for students with learning differences ages 8-18. We are currently working on a comic anthology titled “Dyslexia is my Superpower”, and we need your submissions!
From Tumbleweeds Fall 2018: Dyslexia is my Superpower
When you are a mom who loves to read, you assume your child will love it too. You can’t wait to share your favorite books with him, and you look forward to the day you’ll come home to find your kiddo curled up on the couch with a book transporting him to other times and places.
Dyslexia is My Superpower: Student/Parent Conference
“My superhero, White Eagle, is an 8-year-old boy who wants to learn to read, but he doesn’t know that he’s dyslexic. If he does not succeed, he will get bullied by almost everybody in the school.”
48 Hour Countdown to Our $100K Fundraising Day!
The Southwest Branch of the International Dyslexia Association (SWIDA) is proud to offer...Dyslexia is My Superpower: Student/Parent Conference.
Dyslexia is My Superpower is a project of Dyslexia Justice League, a student advocacy group, supported by SWIDA, for kids with dyslexia and other learning differences, ages 8-18.
Watch May Center's New Video
On May 8th (in exactly 48 hours!), May Center is partnering with Charidy, an online crowdfunding platform, to raise $100K. For just ONE day, your gift will be quadrupled by three generous donors!
Above & Beyond May Center Reception: May 4 from 5:30-7:30
We’re so proud of our new video created for our $100K fundraising campaign! Watch it now!
Rising 5th Grade Parent Night & Step Up Visit
Please join the May Center
Board of Trustees, Faculty & Staff
for a wine and cheese reception
May 4 from 5:30-7:30 pm
Congratulations to Bret Luboyeski, our new Intermediate School Director
Rising 5th Grade Parent Night: Thursday, May 10, 6-7 pm
Rising 5th Grader Step Up Visit: Friday, May 11, 8:40-10:40 am
Upcoming Teacher Trainings
Bret Luboyeski will be taking on the role of Intermediate School Director at the Galisteo campus for the 2018-19 school year.
May 8th Fundraising Match Opportunity!
Structuring Your Classroom for Executive Functioning Skills: June 21 and 22, 9-3 pm
Multisensory Language Teacher Training: June 25-30, 9-5 pm daily
May Day Student Showcase on May 1st
On May 8, for 24 hours only, all donations to May Center will be triple matched by three generous donors, which means that every one of your donated dollars translates to 4 dollars for May Center!
Educational Evaluation: The Why and How of Diagnostics
Join us on May 1st for our annual May Day Celebration, featuring a student work showcase, multi-media art installations, and more!
Community Movie Night: Like Stars on Earth
Join us at 6:30 pm on Wednesday, April 4 at our Galisteo campus to learn about the educational evaluation process.
Santa Fe's Ready to Read: May Center's Role in Collective Impact
Join us Wednesday, March 7 at 5:30 pm for Like Stars on Earth!
Dyslexia Southwest 2018--Amy Miller's Presentations on Executive Functioning
As a member of Opportunity Santa Fe, May Center is collaborating with SFPS, the City of Santa Fe, and other local nonprofits to make sure Santa Fe's most disadvantaged students are Ready to Read.
Amy Miller's presentations on Executive Function were sold out. Here's a link to the handouts from this event.