CHILLICOTHE – After being diagnosed on the Autism scale at a young age, a young man is now preparing to graduate high school.
Blake Tinker will walk with other graduates at Chillicothe High School Sunday. Tinker was a student at CHS all four years of his high school career in a Pioneer Center satellite classroom. When asked about his high school experience, his face lights up.
“…Bonner said new Safety-Service Director Jeff Carman has added his support and some good ideas to the planning for the new season, and McNeal noted that a cooperative program with the Pioneer Center has also played a big role.
‘Their students came down here through a curriculum-based work experience program and they worked throughout the school day just getting this place ready for the season,’ McNeal said of work done since mid-February.” Click here to read the full story.
The Partners for a Healthier Ross County are conducting a survey to learn more about the health and quality of life in our community. Partners will use the results to identify priority health issues and a develop a collaborative community health strategic plan for Ross County. Click here to take the survey.