Six Circleville High School students take home PCCYL Honors

Pictured left-to-right: Craig Fleck, Kat Stanley, Taaliya Fulgham, Addison Lowe, Jordan Rhymer, and Olivia Wastier.

On Sunday, September 12th, six Circleville High School seniors were recognized at the annual Pickaway County Youth Salute dinner and awards banquet hosted by the Pickaway County Council on Youth Leadership.

Seniors Craig Fleck, Taaliya Fulgham, Addison Lowe, Jordan Rhymer, Kat Stanley, and Olivia Wastier represented the Tigers at the 2021 ceremony.

The purpose of the Pickaway County Council on Youth Leadership is to recognize, encourage, and applaud the positive accomplishments of our community’s young leaders. Additionally, these individuals must meet qualifications that speak to their standing as good citizens, students, and they must have been elected to a leadership position by their peers within the past two years in school, church, youth, or community organizations.

Craig Fleck took home the Richard B. Fisher Outstanding Essay Award for the county and Olivia Wastier took home district representative honors for the upcoming national youth leadership conference.

Craig Fleck reads his award winning essay at the PCCYL ceremony.

Wastier is one of five county representatives to take home such honors from the Class of 2022.

Kat Stanley was named first alternate for the national youth leadership conference in the event one of the five county representatives can not go.

Congratulations to these students for their outstanding representation of Circleville High School and for their continued excellence in leadership in and out of the classroom. We would also like to thank the PCCYL and its council members for highlighting our students and students across the county for their exceptional contributions to youth leadership.

Olivia Wastier, Circleville City Schools’ district representative poses for a photo.