Two students present to kids.
2 male students stand on either side of 3 women in army uniforms. The male students are wearing black hoodies and shirts.
Two men stand holding a plaque between them.
A female student stands against a wooden door holding up a blue, white and orange certificate.
A collage of 2 photos. One has 2 women in maroon scrubs with their hands on their hips and the other is a woman in maroon scrubs and a white jacket with her hands in her pockets.
Staff and officers  pose with donated cruisers.
A photo of the school sign with information about the OFCC grant funding.
Sisters Nikki and Kaitlyn pose for a photo during a bowling meet.
Students take turns sitting in a plane at the Pickaway County Airport.
Roxi Storts-Berio and Daniel Walters co-anchor PRCTC On Air, a weekly news program.
Ben Jones (left), works with student Caden Shoemaker of Leesburg on a practice pole during class. Caden said he heard about Pickaway-Ross’ Power Line program from friends and, like his instructor, wanted a job that will let him work outside and provide job security.
Zane Trace BPA members joined fellow BPA members for a bowl-a-thon charity event.
Jeff Farthing, with his wife, Julie (far right), hosted a celebration to mark the completion of the construction of their barn, built by Logan Elm students (standing, left) in Gary Mitchel’s Industrial Art class.
Representing the Circleville chapter, with advisor Megan Moorman (left), were Allie Mullins, Lillianna Stafford, Sterlin Mullins and Auri Travis
Cadets listen to an instructor during a Basic Peace Officer Academy class.
Students display the pieces that will be part of the children's garden at the Veterans Healing Garden.
Rachel Kneisley in her office  at Adult Education
Emma Hinshaw during a Huntington High School basketball game.
Jennifer Hunt in her office at Converse Electric
Students Mark Brunner, CJ Nungester, Dakota Harris, Braedyn Harris, Gage Howell, Patrick McQuirt, Ranger Park, Andrew Perkins, Justin Vance and Collin Wright at the National Veterans Memorial and Museum in Columbus.