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  • Mission Statement To increase academic achievement, character development, and embrace the uniqueness of every student.

  • Principal Mr. Brian McCain

     

    School operating Hours are as follows:

    School year ~ 7:30am - 4:00pm  Monday through Friday

    Summer break ~ 8:00am - 5:00pm  Monday - Thursday

     

    Please do not drop your child off and leave before 7:30am and you see morning duty staff in place. 

     

    Arrival Time: 7:30am

    Tardy Bell: 7:45am

    Instructional Day Begins: 7:45am

    Dismissal Time: 2:25pm

    Early Release Day Dismissal: 12:25pm

     

    Delays and Early Release Times:

    1 hour delay: Arrival - 8:30am, Tardy - 8:45am

    2 hour delay: Arrival - 9:30am, Tardy - 9:45am

    1 hour early dismissal - 1:25pm

    2 hour early dismissal - 12:25pm

     

  • Nathanael Greene is a small school filled with approximately 260 students. The school is located in a rural community that values traditions and has generational family ties. The dedicated staff recognizes those strong traditions. Our staff is and has been considered to be a positive strand of the fabric of this community. A major strength of Nathanael Greene is retaining highly-qualified teachers.  Our parent community provides an enormous amount of support to the school. We value the unique attributes of our students and use various methods and instructional strategies to meet the diverse needs of all of the students. We are very proud that the academic performance of our students has consistently resulted in academic growth. Nathanael Greene has been recognized as a "School of Distinction", "School of Excellence", and “Honor School of Excellence”.  At Nathanael Greene we strive to create an atmosphere, which fosters optimal learning experiences. We believe in teaching the whole child while embracing each child’s uniqueness as an individual.  The school values the opportunity for student success, empowering and motivating students to make the best decisions, seeking opportunities for continuous parent involvement, and using data to drive instruction. We are confident that our students will continue to experience academic success.