Greetings - My name is Adam Midock and I am honored to serve as the Principal of Nathanael Greene Elementary School. The 2018-2019 school year has started and we are working hard in our constant efforts to provide a high quality educational experience for our students and families. Our two primary goals at both NGPS and NGES will continue to be to provide a safe learning environment for all and to promote overall academic achievement for all students.
We are proud to welcome back all students and staff for another year of fun and excitement. The focus of providing more 21st century learning experiences will continue this year. Our staff has taken part in numerous trainings and they are dedicated to providing more hands-on and relevant learning experiences for our students.
Our students and staff at NGPS and NGES have been using our five school rules and guiding principles for several years now. These principles will continue to be the starting point for all personal interactions. We will pay specific attention to the guiding principle of being respectful towards others and towards ourselves.
These guiding principles include the expectation to be:
At NGPS and NGES we will have four areas of focus for the 2018-2019 school year. These areas of focus will be the driving force behind our overall improvement as a school. The four areas of focus are:
- Ready to Learn
We look forward to continuing our work with the community and to working to meet the needs of all students. Please feel free to reach out to myself or any other staff member with questions or concerns.Here's to a successful 2018-2019 school year!Adam MidockPrincipal - Nathanael Greeneamidock@greenecountyschools.com434.939.9001
- A continued focus of providing relevant 21st century learning experiences to increase overall student engagement.
- To better support student academic and behavioral growth through the development of a clear and efficient response to intervention system.
- To increase school and community engagement with all stakeholders.
- To improve overall student achievement for all students.