ROTEC held its annual Extravaganza to showcase career and technical education.
Students are able to show off their skills like this culinary arts student who helped make the horderves.
The Extravaganza also raises money for career and technical education. ROTEC Principal Ms. Duncan shows us one of the many silent auction items.
Here are Patrick Henry Principal Mr. Jablonski, William Fleming Principal Mr. Freeman, and Superintendent Rita Bishop enjoying the festivities.
The event has a lot of support from the business community. Magic City Ford was this year's Gold Sponsor. Here is President Cameron Johnson.
Appalachian Power Spokesperson Teresa Hamilton Hall emceed this year's event and was impressed with our talented students.
The crowd also heard testimonials from current and former students. They talked about how ROTEC has played an important part in their lives.
Virginia Western Community College President Robert Sandel was the keynote speaker. He talked about the importance of career and technical education.
More than $5,000 worth of scholarships were handed out to students, an increase of $2,000 this year.
Thanks to everyone who participated. The event raised more than $10,000 for ROTEC programs.