Greenwood School District 50 is committed to the principle of equal opportunity. It is the policy of the District not to discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color, national origin, religion, age, disability, or any other classification protected by applicable federal, state, or local laws.Please contact Gerald Witt, Assistant Superintendent of Administration at 864-941-5400 if you have questions.
Inquiries regarding nondiscrimination policies should be made to the Title IX Coordinator: Gerald Witt, Assistant Superintendent for Administration, PO Box 248 Greenwood SC 29648
The annual worksite preventive health screening will be provided onsite at the Russell Technology Center.
Wednesday, February 21, 2018
For details, contact Phyllis Henderson by calling 864.941.5750 ext. 3445.
EHS & GHS Graduate Receive AP + PLTW Student Achievement Award from the College Board
Left to Right: Board Chairman Shell Dula, RTC Director Bonnie Corbitt, RTC Instructor Kim Purcell, and GHS Graduate Oscar Gutierrez (Not pictured EHS Graduate Kenya DeLeon)
In an effort to encourage students to prepare for the global workforce and to build their interest in STEM degrees and careers, the College Board and Advanced Placement program has partnered with Project Lead the Way to encourage students to engage in one of three college and career pathways—engineering, biomedical science or computer science. Students who are eligible for the award must complete one AP course, one PLTW course, and a second either AP or PLTW course of their choice in their chosen pathway. This award demonstrates to colleges and employers that the student is ready for advanced course work and interested in careers in that discipline.
At the December Board meeting, two 2017 graduates were recognized for recently being awarded the AP + PLTW Student Achievement Award.
Both students were eligible for membership in both the Academic National Honor Society at their home high schools, and the National Technical Honor Society, sponsored by the G. Frank Russell Technology Center
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