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Great Neck Road Elementary School

1400 Great Neck Road
Copiague, New York 11726
(631) 842-4013
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Hours: (Grades K-5) 9:05am – 3:15 pm

Principal: Karla Cangelosi
Assistant Principal: Nicole Dunne

Students: 525
Faculty: 79

 

Spirit Week

Copiague Virtual Spirit Week - June 1st

Car Parade on Tuesday, June 2 from 1-3 P.M. (Enter on Scudder Avenue)

Flu Information

Flu Guide for Parents
Flu Guide for Parents - Spanish
Fight Flu at Home and School
Fight Flu at Home and School - Spanish

    

Great Neck Road Elementary School provides a challenging and supportive academic program for approximately 525 students in kindergarten through grade five. The faculty at Great Neck Road works closely with students in many areas to instill in them a lifelong desire to learn.

Great Neck Road teachers and staff are involved in several educational initiatives dedicated to promoting creative and critical thinking and to achieve grade level proficiency in reading, mathematics, and English Language Arts. In addition to the strong support programs dedicated to assisting students in need, there is also a renowned Talented and Gifted program which provides students with an opportunity to explore subjects beyond the scope of the standard curriculum.

In addition, with help from the school's very active PTA, students are involved in numerous academic, social, and cultural programs, as well as family-oriented events and activities throughout the school year.

 

Current News

Weather Doesn’t Dampen Spirits for Copiague’s First Day

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It may have been cloudy skies and heavy rain, but the weather didn’t dampen the mood of the students and staff at Copiague School District, who were still in good spirits as they entered their respective buildings for the first day of school on Sept. 10.

Faculty, staff and administrators were on hand to welcome students back to their buildings as the buses pulled into the circle. Loaded with back-to-school supplies and ready to kick off a new school year, students made their way to their classrooms and met their new teachers. Incoming kindergartners and sixth graders had the opportunity to explore their new buildings and navigate the hallways.

Many students were happy to reconnect with old friends and classmates. Whether learning in-person or remotely, students settled back into a routine by the end of the school day.


Copiague Advocacy

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As you are aware, the district has been forced to make difficult decisions due to the withholding of state aid funds. To assist the district in fighting for our share of aid, we have created a draft letter for community residents to copy and send to our elected officials.

To access the letter, click here.

To access contact information for our elected officials, click here.