The W.R. Rogers Center for Adult, Continuing and Technology Education officially opened in Richland School District Two in August 2002. The facility houses the district’s Adult and Continuing Education Program and Technology Training Center. The center is named in memory of Willie R. Rogers, a man who dedicated his life to education.
The W.R. Rogers Center for Adult, Continuing and Technology Education is truly fortunate to be able to draw upon the vision of such an inspiring individual. Willie R. Rogers knew that every student deserves an opportunity to succeed, and our center strives to ensure this. Inspired by his example, we encourage our students to work as he did, to break through barriers and achieve ever greater goals. In this way, we will always commemorate Mr. Rogers and the incredible contributions he made during his life.
Richland School District Two is canceling school on Wednesday, January 17, due to the Winter Weather Advisory issued for Richland County. All schools and district offices will be closed, and all activities, events and meetings are canceled.