High School, College and the Workplace:
Successful Collaboration in Diverse Groups
January 2, 2020
How To Make The Tough Topics Easier
February 27, 2019
Tech for Tots Through Teens: How to Cope with Anxiety and Today's technology
January 28, 2019
January UPTC Meeting Rescheduled to Tuesday, 8th, 2019
January 2, 2019
The Many Formulas For Success
Parents For Parents Forum
December 2, 2018
President's Welcome 2018
September 27, 2018
Great Neck Public Schools Vote Results
May 21, 2018
Great Neck Community Wellness Fair
April 30, 2018
Sticks and Stones...
March 26, 2018
On Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2017, Great Neck school district voters came out in large numbers to vote on the proposed 2017 Bond Referendum. There were 1,677 no votes, and 1,564 yes votes..Speaking after the vote, Board of Education President Barbara Berkowitz said, “Today's Bond Proposition came at the conclusion of years of meetings and assessing the needs of our school district.
While we have always maintained that this was the community's bond, it is clear that portions of the community who were not in favor have spoken.
More upsetting than this loss is the fact that this Bond has polarized our community. Therefore, before we can contemplate our next step, we will need to determine how best to repair this fracture.
Our disappointment is obvious, but we will continue to do all in our power to address the needs of our children, our schools, and our community."