Chuck Greene possesses O.D.E licensure in social studies; he serves primarily as Fairmont's In-School Suspension Monitor. Chuck is also the Fairmont's Nicotine and Illicit Substance Abuse Counselor. 2015-16 marks Mr. Greene's 21st year of employment with the school district.
- Response to Intervention (RTI) Monitor
- College Promise Program Mentor
- Morning Shuttle-Bus Supervisor
Mr. Greene has developed, and continues to edit, numerous articles for the popular reference website, Wikipedia. Have a look at Chuck's research on the Detroit public school system; most notably Northwestern, Cooley and Mackenzie High School. You may view the entire collection of Greene's Wikipedia articles through a link on the ISS Classroom page.
Chuck earned his teaching credentials (1998) and a Master's Degree (2002) from Antioch University's McGregor School of Education; his Master's publication (Inherit the Count) focuses on mid-20th century Detroit.
Mr. Greene had previously worked as a territory and district sales manager with the Brown and Williamson Tobacco Corporation (1987-95). Prior to 1987, Chuck was employed as a studio director and booth announcer for WKZO-Television in Kalamazoo, Michigan.
Mr. Greene was born in Athens, Ohio and raised in Detroit; he graduated from Mackenzie High School in 1976. That same year, Chuck enrolled at Western Michigan University.
At WMU, Greene progressed from walk-on track and field athlete, to three-year letter winner and team captain. Chuck won the 1981 Central Collegiate Conference title in the javelin throw and, by virtue of an eighth-place finish at the National Championships, was named to the NCAA All-American Team. Mr. Greene is the only non-scholarship athlete in WMU history to earn that honor. The highlight of Chuck's athletic career came in 1985, with a gold medal at the 12th World Maccabiah Games, in Tel Aviv, Israel.