About the UPTC
Great Neck's United Parent-Teacher Council (“UPTC”) serves as a coordinating body for all of the PTAs and PTOs in order to identify common interests and achieve shared goals.
Founded in 1943, the UPTC was established by a group of Great Neck parents who believed that regular meetings of PTA representatives and the District Superintendent could benefit the education of children in the community.
For nearly 80 years, the UPTC has served as a clearinghouse for important and useful educational ideas, as well as a coordinating body for parent action, and as a stimulus to local PTA/PTO and general community activities in the interests of better education across the Great Neck peninsula.
If you would like to join a UPTC Committee, or learn more, please reach out to us today.
UPTC Leadership: Executive Board Members
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Watch the October 26, 2021 presentation by UPTC's Total Community Involvement Committee on Combating Antisemitism Through Education.
Great Neck PTA's & PTO's
Throughout the years, Great Neck parent-teacher organizations have exerted significant leadership in efforts to promote the general welfare of children in their own schools and throughout the school District by combining their efforts and working with the United Parent-Teacher Council.