Message from the Principal


April 5, 2017


Happy spring!


As nature busies itself for spring, so do we for the last trimester of this school year.


We have very a lot to accomplish during the months ahead and I would like to share some of the events that our Greene Generals will be engaged in from now until the last day of school, which is June 22!


Several Greene students will be attending a Paw Sox game on April 13. Go Greene! Go Sox!

Our 4th and 5th graders have been working with the RI School of Design (RISD) museum to extend art to students around the state. As a Thank You for their participation in a research project, they will be visiting the RISD museum. 5th graders are going on April 27 and the 4th grade trip still needs to be scheduled.

2nd graders will be visiting the Pawtucket Library on April 28. Thank you Mrs. Perron for hosting this visit.

State testing for Literacy and Mathematics (PARCC) begins May 2 for 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th graders. Parents of students being tested will receive additional information as the dates approach.

State Science testing for 4th graders will take place on May 9. 10 and 11.

The PTO is hosting a spring dinner dance on Friday, May 5 at Shea high school. More information will be forthcoming.

We continue to prepare for our move out of Greene at the end of this school year and the move to the Greene Annex later in the summer. It will be hard to leave “our home” for a year but we are excited about returning to a remodeled Greene for the 2018-2019 school year.

If you were not able to attend the Public Hearings concerning our move and you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact me. I will be happy to answer questions and/or to direct you towards a person who can.

This is the last year for 6th graders at Greene. 6th grade graduation will be held on June 20 at 12:30 p.m. Greene will also host a ceremony for our 5th graders who will be moving to middle school for 2017-2018. More information to follow.


As always, Nathanael Greene continues to be a great place to grow, where every student is somebody. They were good somebodies when they came and will be better somebodies when they leave. Greene Generals are strong and powerful and deserve the education that they get here. They have things to do, places to go and people to impress!




Monique Jacob


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JOIN US at the PTOs 

Cinco de Mayo Spring Family Dance

Friday, May 5th, 6-8pm

In our own Nat Greene Cafeteria/Gymnasium

(Click here to get a Dance Flyer and Registration Form)

Final Spring Dance RSVPs and payment due by Tuesday, May 2nd

 Next PTO meeting:  

Wednesday, May 17th, 4:15pm

We meet in our Library!

Join us at 3:45 for Tech Talks with Mrs. Kareemo

(Click here for PTO volunteer/membership form)

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The following is a list of items of which each family in our school community should be aware: 

1.     Arrival Time and Procedure: School begins officially at 8:00 a.m. each morning. When the first bell rings at 7:55 a.m., students report to their line and are escorted to class by their teachers at 8:00 a.m.  PLEASE DO NOT SEND your student(s) to school prior to 7:30 a.m. as there is no supervision until that time.  Cafeteria doors open at 7:30am for the free breakfast program.

 2.    Drop off:  Students may be dropped off in front of the school and will then walk to the back of the building where they line up. You may also drop off your child(ren) on Grotto Avenue or Legion Drive and have them walk to line.

3.    Parking lot: For the safety of our children, only school personnel are allowed to drive into the parking lot.  This rule will be strictly enforced.

4.    Dismissal: The school day ends at 2:10 p.m.  All students are expected to be picked up at 2:10 p.m. For students who are walking home, we ask that they go immediately home following the school day.  If they wish to return to play on school grounds, please be aware that there is no supervision after school and students will not have access to the building.

5.    Visits to school: All parents and/or guardians must report to the office before meeting with a teacher.  If you wish a conference with a teacher, kindly call the school at 729-6260 a day or two in advance in order to make your appointment.

6.    Early dismissal: If you wish to have your child(ren) dismissed early, please write a note to your child’s teacher stating the time of dismissal.  You must pick up your child(ren) in the main office. No child will be excused from school early unless an adult signs out for him/her in the main office. Please try to schedule medical appointments before or after school.   A PHOTO ID IS REQUIRED TO DISMISS A STUDENT.  NO STUDENT WILL  be DISMISSED WITHOUT PROPER IDENTIFICATION. No exceptions.

 7.    Excuses: When a child has been absent from school or arrives late (after 8:15 a.m.) he/she must report to the main office with a note.

 8.    Dogs: By Pawtucket City Ordinance there are to be NO dogs on school property.

 9.    Bicycles/skateboards: There is no designated area to lock bikes, or leave skateboards.  If a student chooses to bring a bike, it is at his/her own risk.

 10.  Emergency information: Please be sure that essential information such as telephone numbers and addresses are kept up to date at all times.  Kindly inform the office of any changes which should be made in the event that we need to contact you at home or work.

 11.  School pictures: Pictures are currently scheduled for Wednesday, November 2nd.

 12.  Lunch: The cost for school lunch per day is $1.80 and the reduced price is $0.40. Lunch forms will be sent home and should be filled out and returned as soon as possible.

 13.  Open house: Open House will be held on Thursday, September 15th from 6.00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. We look forward to seeing you at this event.