Please see attached document: GatorBites-Feb.
Link to the most recent GCS Newsletter: January Gator Bites It is also downloadable as a .pdf.
Friends of Greene Central School will be holding it's annual Ricker Hill Family Fun Day on Saturday, September 24th from . Greene Central School students and immediate family members can enjoy the play area activities at Ricker Hill Orchards for $2 a person. The GCS staff and immediate family is also welcome to join the fun.
Ricker Hill will be having Jason Tardy, a performing artist, from . His show is a mix of high-energy juggling, fire-eating, balancing, contortion and comedy. We expect Ricker Hill to be busy .
We are looking for volunteers from email@example.com with your name and time frame you are volunteering to help.. If you’d like to volunteer please email
Schedule of Events:
The GCS staff and the Friends of GCS welcome families to our school for a hearty dinner, and the opportunity to meet your child's teachers and visit their classrooms. The dinner is a significant fundraiser; it supports our teachers, programs, and ultimately our students. So, please join us on the evening of Wednesday, September 14!
To help teachers prepare for the Open House portion of the evening, please wait until 6:00 PM to visit their classrooms. The evening will end promptly at 7:00 PM, as our staff must be prepared for your wonderful children the next day!
We sincerely hope you can join us.
- Mr. McDonough
Mrs. Pilote comes to Greene Central School with twenty-seven years of experience in education. She has served as the assistant principal at Tripp Middle School since February of 2011. Prior to that, she taught sixth grade for fifteen years and fifth grade for one year at Montello Elementary School in Lewiston. She began her teaching career at Sugg Middle School in Lisbon Falls, where she taught sixth grade for six years.
Mrs. Pilote was educated in local schools, and graduated from St. Dominic Regional High School in 1983. She received her Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees from the University of Florida in Gainesville. She is an avid sports fan who loves to watch college and professional football. Hockey is her favorite sport, and she currently serves on the Maine Principals’ Association Ice Hockey Committee.
When she’s not at school, Mrs. Pilote can be found reading a good book, shopping, or hiking. She loves the mountains and beaches of Maine, and would love to travel and explore the mountains and beaches of other states and countries.Mrs. Pilote has a son who attends the University of Maine, and two step-children who live and work locally. She lives in Lewiston with her husband, Guy, her cat, Emmitt, and nine chickens.