8th Grade Residency Re-verification
The annual Residency Re-verification for current
eighth-grade students must be completed before
high school admission. Please read the letter from Dr. Dolan in English, Spanish, Chinese, Korean, or Farsi. You may also view our FAQ and Checklist.
Parents of eligible students may register their
children now. Please read our Kindergarten Letter for more information. Note: Students currently enrolled in UPK do NOT need to register.
UPK is offered to GNPS residents with busing at
no cost. To enroll in the a.m. or p.m. session, your child must be 4 years old by 12/1/14. Some
students can attend the GN Community School,
our collaborative agency, at 225 Schenck Avenue, but without busing. Please read our UPK Letter for more information or click the Parkville logo above.
Registration takes place at the Registrar's Office,
Phipps Administration Building, 345 Lakeville Rd,
(516) 441-4080. You may visit the Registration
Web site for additional information and/or our
Registration Forms Page to download documents.
One-Act Festival at South High
South High will present its annual One-Act Festival of senior-directed plays on four evenings: Friday and Saturday, May 2 and 3, and Friday and Saturday, May 9 and 10. All performances begin at 7:30 p.m., and are appropriate for grades 7 and up. For tickets or more information, please contact Thomas Marr, drama teacher/Theatre South director, at email@example.com or at (516) 441-4873.
Perfect Weather for the Adult Program
The Adult Program, the continuing-education division of GNPS, offers new courses starting in early May.. Classes and trips typically meet at the
Cumberland Adult Center, 30 Cumberland Ave.
Call 441-4949, read more, or visit greatneckadulted.org to register and view our catalog.
Current program viewing on GNPS/TV includes
the Barbara Raber Lakeville Auditorium Dedication, South High Winter Concert II, and GNPS Student Filmmakers Showcase (a new show). For more
information about GNPS/TV, please contact
Robert Zahn, director, at firstname.lastname@example.org,
at 441-4676, or visit tv.greatneck.k12.ny.us.
Please read the March 28 NYS Testing Community Letter
from Dr. Tom Dolan. Superintendent of Schools.
The public is invited to review the
2014-2015 GNPS Budget Details and Press Release.
The UPTC Health Education Committee and district PTAs
are co-sponsoring two parent workshops:
How to Make the Tough Topics Easier (Elementary Edition)
on Friday, April 25, 9:30 a.m. at E.M. Baker School, and
How to Make the Tough Topics Easier (Secondary Edition)
on Monday, April 28, 7:30 p.m. at South Middle School.
The 2014 GNPS Summer Program brochures have been posted.
The 2014 GNPS Summer Recreation Program brochures and bus
schedules have also been posted. Job openings for a lifeguard,
camp nurse/health designees, and a tennis instructor are available.
GNPS partners with SCOPE to offer the
2014-2015 After-School SCOPE Child Care Program.
Learn about the GNPS
System and use our
online Administration Directory and District Directory to
contact our schools and offices.
Learn about our Go Green initiative which leverages ParentLink,
the GNPS Web site, and the Campus Parent Portal to improve
communication, reduce paper, and save
Saddle Rock's Health Fair
The Saddle Rock School gymnasium was transformed into an exciting, educational Health Fair where students learned about living healthy. Above, Dr. David Sherman, a Great Neck Orthodontist, teaches good dental care.
ASL Competition Winner
North High School junior, Brittany Ma, took First Place in the recent American Sign Language (ASL) Idol Competition. Read more...
South High's DECA Excels
Great Neck South High’s DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America) Club excelled at the State Career Conference, held in Rochester, early last month. Read more...
Members of North High School’s Multicultural Club, along with the school’s English as a Second Language (ESL) students, performed at the John F. Kennedy School during Kennedy’s Multicultural Teach-In. Read more...
Best in Music Education Award
For the seventh time in eight years,
the Great Neck Public Schools has been named among the “Best Communities for Music Education” by the NAMM (National Association of Music Merchants) Foundation, a coalition of music and educational organizations.
Kudos to the South Middle violinists who took top honors at the Long Island String Festival, and to the North High School musicians who have been invited to perform at Carnegie Hall. Read more...
Guide Post Takes Journalism Awards
North High School’s student newspaper, Guide Post, recently received three Adelphi University Press Day Awards. Read more...
Board Commends South High Students
Ninety-three students who attend South High School and are recipients of Board of Education Certificates of Commendation for contributing to the quality of life at their school. Read more...
North High Recognized by GNHS
The John L. Miller-Great Neck North High School was honored by the Great Neck Historical Society as part of their Heritage Recognition Program to “identify and honor Great Neck’s most notable homes and buildings.” Read more...
District News Archive
To read past press releases from the Great Neck Public Schools in their entirety,
please visit our
District News Archive.