2018-19 marks the twenty-fourth year of service to our school district for Mr. Greene.
Chuck possesses state licensure in social studies, psychology and sociology; he serves primarily as our Response to Intervention (RTI) Study Hall Monitor. Mr. Greene is also Fairmont's Nicotine and Illicit Substances Cessation Counselor.
Outside of work, Chuck enjoys throwing the javelin in senior-level competition; he recently won the 2016 United States championship (for the 55-59 age group); Greene was ranked #1 world-wide in 2014. Chuck also develops and edits articles for Wikipedia; you can have a look at Mr. Greene's articles by following the link found on our RTI-Study Hall page (to your left).
Chuck grew up in Detroit and graduated from Mackenzie High School; Mr. Greene then earned a bachelor's degree (1981) from Western Michigan University. Chuck's teaching credentials (1998) and master's degree (2002) came through Antioch University's McGregor School of Education; his 2002 master's capstone publication (Inherit the Count) focuses on mid-20th century Detroit.
Mr. Greene had previously worked as a 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.