GNPS Summer Programs Registration Now Open


GNPS LogoRegistration for the 70th annual Great Neck Public Schools summer programs has begun. Three recreation programs, which run weekdays during July and August, for elementary, middle and high school students, four summer enrichment programs and high school academic remediation will be offered.

Program brochures for the Elementary Summer Recreation Camp for incoming kindergartners through fifth-graders, Sports Camp Recreation Program for incoming sixth- through eighth-graders and Evening Recreation Program for incoming seventh- through twelfth-graders contain information regarding activities, bus schedules, medical forms, fees, dates and times, and can viewed and downloaded at

Early-bird registration is available until Tuesday, May 31. Rec programs are open to out-of-district children, though early-bird discounts and transportation are not available for these students. For more information, contact Joseph Loria, summer recreation program director, at or 516-441-4045.

Brochures for Summer Enrichment for incoming sixth- through ninth-graders, Academic Review and Preview for incoming first- through ninth-graders, Instrumental Music for incoming fourth- through seventh-graders and Afternoon Musical Theater for incoming sixth- through tenth-graders contain complete information concerning activities, bus schedules, fees, dates and times, and can viewed and downloaded at Early-bird registration is available through Tuesday, May 31.

The High School Program offers academic remediation courses for incoming tenth- through twelfth-graders and NYS Regents Exams.

For more information about the summer school and High School Program, contact Leslie Cohen, summer school principal, at lcohen@greatneck.k12 or 516-441-4675.

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