Mr. Glen Green
Math Academic Intervention Specialist & Special Education Teacher
Glen Green has been a special education teacher and caseworker for elementary and middle school age children for six years. He began his education career as a counselor and caseworker at The Children’s Village RTC in Dobbs Ferry, NY. While there he provided counseling and related services for at-risk adolescents with substance abuse issues and juvenile delinquency records. He also developed anger management group therapy sessions, served as a court liaison, tutored clients in all academic subjects, attended Committee on Special Education (CSE) meetings, and helped students receive placements in aftercare services and schools. Glen’s experiences led him to pursue studies in dual-certification in general education and special education. He student-taught at P.S. 166, The Richard Rodgers School of the Arts and Technology, in Manhattan and Patricia A. Dichiaro Elementary School in Yonkers, NY. Glen became a special education teacher providing Support Services (SETSS) for students in grades 1 - 7 in Washington Heights. During this time, Glen was responsible for teaching math and ELA curriculum, attending CSE meetings, and ensuring that students were meeting annual goals. He is certified in Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI), First Aid; CPR; Safety; Medication Distribution and Positive Behavioral Intervention and Support (PBIS). In addition to his teaching experiences, Glen is an AYSO certified soccer referee and has worked at various summer camps throughout Westchester, NY. Glen received his B.A. from Boston University in 2009, where he majored in psychology with a minor concentration in education. While enrolled, he worked at a residential treatment center in Natick, MA working with clients who were diagnosed with various psychological disorders. Glen received his M.S.T. from Fordham University and received his dual teaching certificate in Special Education and General Education grades 1 – 6 in 2014. Glen is excited about being a founding member at S2 and working with enthusiastic educators who are determined to help students reach their full potential. Being part of a new school is an opportunity to grow as a teacher and make a difference in the community. He is also excited about developing a math curriculum that is both challenging and engaging. Glen believes that every student can learn and is determined to help exceptional children realize their unique abilities and strengthen their skills both in and out of the classroom.