2016-17 marks the 22nd year of service to our school district for Chuck Greene.
Mr. Greene possesses state licensure in social studies, psychology and sociology; he serves primarily as Fairmont's Response to Intervention (RTI) Study Hall Monitor.
Chuck is also our Nicotine and Illicit Substance Cessation Counselor, and Morning Shuttle-Bus Supervisor
Mr. Greene enjoys throwing the javelin in open and senior-level competition; Chuck recently won the 2016 United States championship (for the 55-59 age group); he was ranked #1 world-wide, in the same age-group, for the 2014 season.
Greene also develops and edits articles for the popular reference website, Wikipedia. Log-on and have a look at Mr. Greene's research involving the former Detroit public school system; most notably Northwestern, Cooley and Mackenzie High School.
Chuck Greene earned a bachelor's degree (1981) at Western Michigan University; his teaching credentials (1998) and master's degree (2002) came through Antioch University's McGregor School of Education. Chuck's 2002 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.