E.S.H. Greene Elementary School

Home of the Tigers

Principal's Message

  • A message from our Principal, Dr. Abrego-Meneses

    I am honored to serve as the leader of Greene Elementary, Home of the Tigers. We are thrilled to embark with our Greene community in a school year filled with excitement and new goals to transition into a new state of the art building where Greene students will have the opportunity to make beautiful memories, and discover their potential. At Greene, we will build strong relationships, and live up to our motto, “We are all different fish, but we all swim together.” This attitude will ignite in all members of the Greene community, positive attitudes, exceptional citizenship, and unmeasurable love for learning. I look forward to establish a strong partnership with you, so that we can TOGETHER, help Greene students achieve academic excellence. Sincerely, Juvenal E. Abrego-Meneses, Ed.D.

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District News

  • RPS’ Power Scholars See Gains in Reading and Math

    “In alignment with our strategic plan, Dreams4RPS, we are committed to working with the City and our partners to provide high-quality out-of-school-time options for our students,” said RPS Superintendent Jason Kamras. “Power Scholars is a great example of what our students are capable of when they have access to rigorous and exciting opportunities and the tools they need to succeed. I’m grateful for this collaboration with the YMCA, BellXcel, and Walmart and we’re excited to begin planning for Power Scholars 2020.”

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  • One Richmond One Book Kick-Offs at Elementary Schools Across the City

    “It’s critically important to have parents, guardians and caretakers be actively engaged in the lives of their children, and the One Richmond One Book program inspires that engagement through the joy of reading,” said Mayor Levar Stoney, who read at four Richmond elementary schools in support of the program last year. “I’m absolutely thrilled our students, families, and schools will have the opportunity to read and share three more books together again this school year.”

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  • Sikh Association of Central Virginia Awards $20,000 in Scholarships for Vocational Training

    “This is the type of partnership that helps to elevate the entire Richmond community,” said School Board Chair Dawn Page. We thank the Sikh Association of Central Virginia for advancing this generous scholarship program and look forward to future collaborations.”

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  • RPS and VUU Celebrate Scholarship Recipients

    “We could not be more thrilled to partner with VUU to provide this life-changing opportunity for our students,” said RPS Superintendent Jason Kamras. “To be able tell our students and their families that, as 9th graders, their college tuition is already taken care of has been incredible. I want to thank Dr. Lucas for his leadership and support. We look forward to collaborating even more with VUU in the coming years.”

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  • RPS Shines Kicks-Off Across the Division

    “RPS Shines is one way that we show our students how much we value and love them,” said Superintendent Jason Kamras. “We are so thankful for the support of our community partners and every volunteer who plans to donate their time, resources, or skills so that our schools shine a bit brighter for our students this fall.”

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  • Rodney A. Robinson Recognized with an Award Named in His Honor

    “It is our hope, that Rodney’s fierce commitment to equity and his love for his students and community will not only inspire us here in Richmond, but that the name, Rodney A. Robinson, becomes synonymous with equity and excellence across our nation,” said Superintendent Jason Kamras.

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  • RPS Names New Principals for the 2019-2020 School Year

    “In each one of these candidates we saw great leaders who we know will lead with love and inspire our students to greatness,” said RPS Superintendent Jason Kamras.

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  • RPS Celebrates the 2019 Scholastic Standouts

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