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WHAT'S NEW - HIGHLIGHTS

  • Shakespeare in Film

    Shakespeare in Film Unsurprisingly, given his stature as one of the greatest writers in the English language, William Shakespeare (1564-1616) has directly or indirectly inspired a huge number of films. We will look at some well-known like West Side Story (based on Romeo & Juliet), The Lion King (based on Hamlet), and Forbidden Planet (based on The Tempest), among others, and some not so well known in addition to countless film adaptations of classics like Hamlet, The Merchant of Venice, Henry V, and most recently The Tragedy of Macbeth (2021). Greg Blank

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  • Tangle Drawing

    Introduction to Tangle Drawing Tangle drawing gained popularity by the creators of Zentangle drawing movement Maria Thomas and Rick Roberts. It improves concentration, eye hand coordination, stimulates creativity and relieves stress.

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  • Fall 2022 Driver Education

    Great Neck Public Schools Community Education will be offering a Fall 2022 Driver Education Program beginning in February. Click here for additional information.

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • Instructor Biographies Online!

    Now you can read all about our instructors. Stay tuned for more!

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  • Register Online

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  • Zoom Classes Online

    What you need: A computer, tablet, or smartphone with audio and/or video capabilities An internet browser or the Zoom desktop app or mobile app Access to the email address connected to your Community Education student account How to use Zoom: Your instructor will email you the invitation to join your class meeting. You will click a link included in that invitation to join the class at the scheduled class time. More tutorials on using Zoom can be found at https://support.zoom.us.

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  • Instructor Employment Application

    Interested in teaching at Community Ed? Click here for more information!

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