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Mon to Fri   7:30am-3:30pm

 

 

ADDRESS

 

94 John Potter Road

West Greenwich, RI 02817

 

Tel: 401 397 8600

Fax 401 397 8700

Student Leadership

In the EL Education Model and at The Greene School, leaders unite staff, students, and the broader community around an inspirational vision of student success rooted in EL Education's Dimensions of Student Achievement.  This vision transforms schools into places where students and adults engage in purposeful, challenging, and joyful learning.- EL Education Core Practice 32: Fostering a Cohesive School Vision

Ella Culton, Class of 2019, was the recipient of the National Green Schools Student Leader for her service and commitment to environmental and social justice.  Listen to the speech she offered at the national conference in St. Paul, Minnesota where she received her award.

Developing Engaged Citizens and Active Leaders

1. Stewardship

A group of 25 students from grades 9-12 participate in the student ambassador program offering new insight into school policies, decisions, and program development.  Students can apply each year to join the movement for making positive change to our community.  Meetings are held regularly and offer training workshops and symposiums at local colleges and universities.

2. Service Learning

The Student Government works closely with the school principal to coordinate events and build a strong culture rich in spirit and opportunity.  There are four elected executive positions in the student government program: President, Vice President, Treasurer, and Secretary.  All members are equally responsible for the success our school initiatives and work as liaisons between students and school staff.

3. Community Service

Crew Representatives are important members of the student leadership program.  They are responsible for sharing information, collecting data, and leading crews by example with enthusiasm and responsibility.  Each crew offers two positions for a total of 30 crew representatives.

 

 

 

 

 

School-Based Student Leadership Opportunities

1. Student Ambassadors

A group of 25 students from grades 9-12 participate in the student ambassador program offering new insight into school policies, decisions, and program development.  Students can apply each year to join the movement for making positive change to our community.  Meetings are held regularly and offer training workshops and symposiums at local colleges and universities.

2. Student Government

The Student Government works closely with the school principal to coordinate events and build a strong culture rich in spirit and opportunity.  There are four elected executive positions in the student government program: President, Vice President, Treasurer, and Secretary.  All members are equally responsible for the success our school initiatives and work as liaisons between students and school staff.

3. Crew Representatives

Crew Representatives are important members of the student leadership program.  They are responsible for sharing information, collecting data, and leading crews by example with enthusiasm and responsibility.  Each crew offers two positions for a total of 30 crew representatives.