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Welcome to GFRTC

The G. Frank Russell Technology Center was established in 1968 and services all 3 Districts in Greenwood County. Students from Greenwood, Emerald, Ninety Six, and Ware Shoals High Schools attend our school to learn about various career options. Students at RTC use lab settings to conduct hands on activities to further their education and become prepared to have productive careers. 

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ACCESS for ELL's is an English Language proficiency test that measures students' academic English language skills

ACCESS Testing Information

States must administer an English language proficiency assessment to limited English proficient students in grades K through 12 in order to comply with the requirements of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, 20 USC 6301 et seq. (2002).

RTC Bell Schedule

8:35 Warning Bell
8:40 Tardy Bell - First Block Begins

9:25 Ware Shoals Dismissal
9:35 Ninety Six Dismissal
9:45 Emerald Dismissal
9:50 Greenwood Dismissal (End of First Block)

10:10 Warning Bell
10:15 Tardy Bell - Second Block Begins

11:15 Ware Shoals & Ninety Six Dismissal
11:20 Emerald Dismissal
11:25 Greenwood Dismissal (End of Second Block)

11:25 - 12:25 Lunch Break

12:25 Warning Bell
12:30 Tardy Bell - Third Block Begins

1:35 Ware Shoals, Ninety Six, & Emerald Dismissal
1:45 Greenwood Dismissal (End of Third Block)

2:05 Warning Bell
2:10 Tardy Bell - Fourth Block Begins

3:00 Ninety Six Dismissal
3:15 Emerald & Ware Shoals Dismissal
3:20 Greenwood Dismissal (End of Fourth Block)
Mayor's Youth Council Featured Photo

Mayor's Youth Council

Mayor Brandon Smith is looking for High School students looking to make their voice heard. Click on the headline for more information about how to get involved.