Pickaway-Ross hosted more than 1,300 students from the home schools for the annual sophomore tours last week.
Sophomores spent 25 minutes each in three labs and learned about those programs, academic classes and extracurriculars.
Pickaway-Ross students provided the program overview before demonstrating aspects that they will encounter in that program, such as learning proper glove-removal and how to draw blood in the health programs, dusting for fingerprints in Law & Public Safety, taping an ankle in Sports Medicine, and practicing electrical device wiring in the Electrical program.
In some programs, students left the lab with amemento, such as a key chain or vial of fake blood.
Each sophomore who visited Welding could take home a name plate created by junior Gabe Dibenedetto (right). Gabe, whose home school is Zane Trace, expected to make in excess of 200 name plates by the end of tours.