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!Read More
Join us on May 1st for our annual May Day Celebration, featuring a student work showcase, multi-media art installations, and more!Read More
Join us at 6:30 pm on Wednesday, April 4 at our Galisteo campus to learn about the educational evaluation process.Read More
Join us Wednesday, March 7 at 5:30 pm for Like Stars on Earth!Read More
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.Read More
Amy Miller's presentations on Executive Function were sold out. Here's a link to the handouts from this event.Read More
Dyslexia Justice League is a student-advocacy group for students with learning differences ages 8-18. Join to meet other people like you and share your super-powers with others.Read More
Matias Gonzales was diagnosed with dyslexia in third grade. He is just one of the 20 percent of the world’s population coping with a learning challenge of some type. But what exactly is a learning difference, and what does it mean to live with one? It’s a question few people other than those dealing with the difference — and their loved ones, of course — probably consider.Read More
One of my mentors once told me, “Nobody is born lazy. Human beings, by nature, want to grow into their best selves.” One of the great joys of my work at May Center is watching a student go above and beyond their own expectations. When a child’s reading level improves by three grade levels after eighteen months of hard work, it is a victory. When a child who used to hide under the table performs in front of a room full of people, it is transformative. Our mission at May Center is to empower students with learning differences to become masters of their own destinies. This is life-saving work.
On Saturday, October 14, May Center co-hosted an event in the Railyard with the Santa Fe Birth 2 Career Collaborative shining a light on the importance of building a strong foundation for reading. The event included a free carnival for children, a children’s book giveaway, a story corner, reading to tiny horses, a literacy provider fair, and more.Read More
Congratulations to May School’s Early Childhood teacher Miss Daisy Guranich, who was honored with the 2017 Montessori Network of New Mexico Bretta Weiss Excellence in Montessori Education Award.Read More
Last April, Stephanie Binkley and Amy Miller had the opportunity to attend the Power of Art Conference at Lab School of Washington through a grant from the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation. At this conference, Stephanie and I had the opportunity to see first had how Lab uses arts integration to teach students with learning differences, and to learn from educators from across the country about how they are using the arts to teach content across the curriculum. As a result of this experience, May School launched an arts integration program this school year.Read More
Visitors to the May Center for Learning’s early childhood facility, in a former preschool at the St. John’s United Methodist Church, are greeted with a tower of blocks that reaches halfway to the ceiling...