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The Nathanael Greene Middle School is a 3-story public school built in 1929 in the Elmhurst neighborhood of Providence. The yellow brick Tudor Gothic style building features an entrance pavilion flanked by octagonal turrets. This school was one of many Providence public school buildings built in the 1920s and 1930s, designed by the architects of the Office of the Commissioner of Public Buildings. As of February, 2017, PPS has not investigated the specific issues faced by Nathanael Greene.

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