Any student interested in attending Pickaway-Ross who worries that playing sports or being active in home school activities isn’t an option needs to talk with Circleville High School junior Jordan Rhymer.
Jordan is a three-sport athlete — volleyball, basketball and track — and is also Student Council and Key Club vice president, on the Athletic Leadership Council, and is a member of the National Honor Society.
Jordan also was selected (with two other Circleville High School students) to serve on Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost’s Teen Ambassador Board for the 2020-21 school year.
The board is open to high school juniors and seniors and gives youth leaders the opportunity to advise the Attorney General’s Office on issues relating to teens.
Because of the pandemic, Jordan and her fellow board members are meeting by zoom.
“I have enjoyed being on the board, and I think it will benefit me by being able to meet new people and work on communicating with others,” Jordan said.
A student in Pickaway-Ross’ Sports Medicine program, teacher Jan Altier said Jordan needs no help communicating.
“Jordan is one of the brightest students in my class. She is a very charismatic, fun-loving student who is always willing to help her fellow students,” he said.
Jordan plans to study radiology in college and said the sports medicine program is “a steppingstone to get to that medical field.”