The standing committees exist to improve the quality of education and to enhance the health, safety and well being of students throughout the district. All parents are encouraged to join these important and productive committees. Click the orange button to join a committee at any point during the school year.
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Helps identify and endorse capital projects and educate the community about the school budget process.
Prepares and publishes the annual UPTC Parents' Calendar with dates and events of interest to parents, students and teachers.
Identifies trends in educational technology and recommends alternatives to the district and to the UPTC.
Keeps the PTAs informed about proposed state and federal legislation which could affect education in the district and recommends policy positions and appropriate action to UPTC when necessary.
Studies current health and physical education programs as well as other emergent health issues and works with school staff to study and implement changes that reflect advances being made in these areas.
Studies programs for the talented and academically exceptional children in the Great Neck School District. Also looks at how to prepare our students for the opportunities and challenges of tomorrow’s workplace.
Provides a forum for parents and families to educate and disseminate information on available services and legislative initiatives that affect their special education student.
Studies existing school district transportation policies, appropriate state laws and recommends changes where necessary.
Works to enhance existing recreational programs and to suggest new programs that better meet the needs of our community.
Positively affects the social culture in which our preteens and teenagers live and learn.
Offers an opportunity for parents, teachers, administrators (and students at the secondary level) to work together to improve the educational performance of all students in our district.
Attempts to ease the transition for families who are new to the school district.