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    GNPS/TV Current Programs

    Programs currently airing on GNPS/TV are the South High Winter Concert II, South Middle Spotlight, Faculty Recital 2018, Focus on Education, and the North Middle Grade 7-8 Winter Concert. These GNPS/TV programs are available on-demand, 24/7, on the GNPS/TV homepage

    GNPS/TV programs can be viewed in the incorporated villages of Great Neck on Optimum Channel 75 and on Verizon Fios Channel 32.

    For further information, please visit the GNPS/TV homepage or contact Robert Zahn, director of educational television and broadcast media, by e-mail at, or by phone at (516) 441-4676.

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GNPS Community Education

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    Community Ed Fall/Winter 2018-2019

    The Great Neck Public Schools Community Ed Fall/Winter 2018-2019 catalog is now available. The catalog has been mailed to residents, and it is also available to view on our website.

    Registration and Information - Community Ed classes meet at the Cumberland Adult Center, 30 Cumberland Ave., Great Neck (one block south of Northern Blvd., off Lakeville Rd.). Complete course offerings can be found by clicking the link above. To register, call us at (516) 441-4949, or e-mail us at

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Registration Information

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    Ninth Grade Residency Re-Verification

    The annual process of residency re-verification for all students entering ninth-grade in September 2019 is now underway. This is done to collect documentation and assemble student records for high school, and to verify that all students are residents of the district and thus entitled to attend. Additional information may be obtained from your child's middle school (441-4500 for North Middle, or 441-4600 for South Middle) or visiting our Ninth Grade Residency Re-Verification page.

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  • Kindergarten Registration for 2019-20

    The Great Neck Public Schools Office of Registration reminds all resident parents and guardians that enrollment for kindergarten for the 2019–2020 school year will begin on Tuesday, Jan. 22, and run schooldays through Friday, Feb 1, from 8:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m. Registration will be held at the Office of Registration, Phipps Administration Building, 345 Lakeville Road. It is not necessary to bring your child.

    All children who will attend public or private school kindergarten in Sept. 2019 must be registered. In order to be eligible to enroll, children must have been born between Dec. 2, 2013, and Dec. 1, 2014.

    If a kindergarten registration packet has not been received in the mail, it may be picked up at the Office of Registration, or the registration forms can be downloaded from the Registration Forms page.

    Please bring the following information to registration: (1) Proof of district residency (deed, current tax bill, or closing statement if ownership; current signed lease or current rent receipts, if rental). (2) Three pieces of current, official mail. (3) Child’s original birth certificate. (4) Parent or guardian valid photo ID. (5) Parental control papers (if applicable). (6) Immunization certificate signed and stamped by a physician or other authorized health agency.

    For more information about kindergarten registration, contact the Registration Office at (516) 441-4080, or e-mail

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  • Science Olympiad Team Wins Regional Competition

    A Science Olympiad team from South High School won first place at the Nassau West Regional competition and will advance to the State competition in March. A total of five teams from North High and South High participated in the Regional, and four Great Neck teams placed in the top 10 overall.

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  • Middle School Teams Shine at Mathcounts Competition

    North Middle School hosted the 2019 Long Island MATHCOUNTS competition on Feb. 2. The team from South Middle finished in second place and qualified for the states, and the the team from North Middle finished in seventh place.

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  • Future City Competition

    South Middle School science competition club members Arthur Zhang, Richard Oh, and Ivan Xu earned fifth place at the regional Future City Competition held in Manhattan.

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  • NYS Honor Concert Band Winners

    Four students from South High and South Middle have been accepted to perform in the NYSBDA Honor Concert Bands, and two additional students were named alternates.

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  • Five GNPS Students Named Regeneron Scholars

    Aaron Geula, Michelle Goh, Christopher Lu and Joshua Rothbaum of North High, and Ethan Wang of South High have been named 2019 Regeneron Science Talent Search Scholars.

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  • Scholar Athlete Teams

    A total of 17 varsity teams from the Great Neck Public Schools earned recognition as Scholar Athlete Teams this past fall season, representing 215 student athletes from North High School and South High School.

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  • Coca-Cola Scholar Semifinalists

    South High School seniors Andersen Gu and Noah Sheidlower have been named Semifinalists in the 2019 Coca-Cola Scholars Program, one of the largest corporate-sponsored, achievement-based scholarship programs in the nation.

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  • High School Students Receive Outstanding Physical Education Awards

    Award winners Maor Amar and Christina Li of North High, and Ryan Concha and Gloria Moon of South High accepted their awards at a banquet on Dec. 3.

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  • Teachers Achieve National Board Certification

    Savannah (Puca) Ahern, special education teacher at North Middle, and Rosemary Sloggatt, art teacher at Saddle Rock, are among 98 accomplished teachers from New York who achieved National Board Certification this year.

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  • LISFA Intermediate Musicians Chosen

    Fifteen Great Neck Public School students were selected for the 2018–19 Long Island String Festival Association (LISFA) Orchestras, Intermediate Division (grades 5, 6, and 7–8). This musical experience brings together Long Island’s highly talented, young string musicians.

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