2015-16 Universal Pre-K (UPK) Registration
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 12/1/15. Some students can attend the GN Community School, our collaborative agency, at 225 Schenck Avenue, but without busing. Please read our UPK Letter or visit the Parkville Web Site for more information. 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, including 8th Grade Re-Verification, and/or our Registration Forms Page to download documents.
Adult Learning Center Offers ESOL & TASC
If you are an adult and you want to learn English or improve your English-language skills, or if you want to earn a high school equivalency diploma, the Great Neck Public Schools Adult Learning Center at Clover Drive offers a variety of classes--days and evenings--designed to meet your needs. A range of English-language classes are offered, from beginning literacy to advanced ESOL (English to Speakers of Other Languages). In preparation for the TASC (Test Assessing Secondary Completion) examination (formerly known as the GED exam), classes are available to improve math, reading, science, social studies, and writing skills. Read more...
Winter Session 2016 -- Register Now at Community Ed!
As we approach the end of the fall session here at Community Ed, we have already begun registering for Winter 2016! Take a look at what's ahead. Whatever your passion, we have something for you! Read more...
Information and Registration - Complete course offerings and the online catalog can be found by clicking on the Community Ed icon in the scroll near the top of this page. You can register online, call us at (516) 441-4949, or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Current programming on GNPS/TV, over Cablevision Channel 75 and Verizon Channel 32, includes Focus on Education: an interview with Dr. Teresa Prendergast, Great Neck’s new superintendent of schools, and Spotlight: South Middle School. Read more...
GNPS/TV Programming - Reflects the offerings of the Great Neck Public Schools and the achievements of its students and staff. Programs are student-produced and can be seen in the incorporated villages of Great Neck on Cablevision Channel 75 and on Verizon Channel 32.
For More Information - Please contact Robert Zahn, district educational cable TV producer/director, by phone at (516) 441-4676 or by e-mail at email@example.com. You can also visit the GNPS/TV On Demand Site or vist the GNPS/TV Web site.
Substance Abuse Education Awareness Initiative
GNPS UPTC, SHAI, and Nassau County Police are co-sponsoring
a Substance Abuse Education Awareness Initiative open to parents and teens
on Monday, Nov. 30, 7:30 p.m. at North High. View Flyer...
ADD/ADHD Parent Support Group
SEPTA is pleased to announce the next two ADD/ADHS Parent Support Group
Meetings on Wednesday, Dec. 2, 7:30 p.m. and Friday, December 18, 11:30 a.m.
at Clover Drive. Please join us; all are welcome. View Flyer...
2015 GNPS Faculty Recital Photographic Slideshow
The 2015 GNPS Faculty Recital was a huge hit! We have some photos
we'd like to share with you. View more with music (Safari or IE only)...
Important EpiPen Information From GNPS Nurses
Sanofi US issued a voluntary nationwide recall of Auvi-Q due to potential
inaccurate dosage delivery. If this applies to your child, please contact
your child's school nurse to exchange this medication. Read More...
Gun Safety Legislation Needed
Great Neck Superintendent Dr. Teresa Prendergast spoke at the
recent press conference on gun safety led by Congressman Steve
Israel (to her right). Dr. Prendergast said, "My primary responsibility
is to provide a healthy, safe, and secure learning environment for all
students and staff. Our schools conduct numerous safety drills well
beyond those required by the State." Read More...
Dan Tomaselli Honored and Remembered
Hundreds of people filled the North Middle School Auditorium on a
Sunday afternoon in late September to honor Daniel J. Tomaselli --
beloved teacher, colleague, family member,
and friend. "Mr. T," as
he was affectionately known, was remembered as a kind, loving,
and disciplined music and performing
arts teacher. Read More...
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Students Visit Cancer Center
South High School students in Bradley Krauz's Anatomy & Physiology class recently visited Monter Cancer Center, a division of Long Island Jewish Cancer Center, in Lake Success. Students volunteered to be a part of this experience and were given behind-the-scene tours of the facility, met with nurses, pharmacists, hospital administrators, and more. Read more...
Adult Learning Center's Food Drive
Each year, just before Thanksgiving, the students at the Great Neck Public Schools Adult Learning Center donate food to Long Island Cares, Harry Chapin Food Bank.
Music Educator of Note Award
Joseph Rutkowski, North High School instrumental music teacher, is the recipient of the Long Island Music Hall of Fame (LIMHoF) 2015 Music Educator of Note Award, given in recognition of his outstanding achievements in Long Island music education. Read more...
GRAMMY Signature School Semifinalists
North High and South High Schools have been named 2016 GRAMMY Signature School Semifinalists by the GRAMMY Foundation. They are among 120 public school music programs nationwide to receive this honor. To qualify as Semifinalists, schools were judged based on an extensive survey of their music programs. Read more...
NYS Honor Concert Band Winners
Eleven GNPS students from South High and South Middle have been accepted to perform in the New York State Band Directors Association (NYSBDA) Honor Concert Bands. Four students were named alternates. Honor Concert Band performances will be held in Syracuse, in early March 2016, and will be conducted by college wind-ensemble directors. Students were selected for the Honor Concert Bands by a statewide panel of NYSBDA music educators who evaluated recordings of student performances. Read more...
Tenure Granted to Two Teachers
At its October meeting, the GNPS Board of Education granted tenure to two elementary school reading recovery teachers. Granted tenure were Jill Mazur at John F. Kennedy School, and Miriam Doremus at Saddle Rock School. Read more...
District News Archive
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please visit our District News Archive.