ASHVILLE – Teays Valley Local Schools recently completed a lighting upgrade at three schools, Ashville Elementary, Scioto Elementary and Walnut Elementary. New LED lighting in these facilities will lower Teays Valley’s energy consumption, and made the school system eligible for a $45,000 lighting rebate from South Central Power.
“We are proud to partner with Teays Valley Schools to improve the energy efficiency of their facilities and put more money to work for students.” said Kyle Heavrin, manager of key accounts for South Central Power.
Teays Valley Local School District is located in Pickaway County and serves students in South Bloomfield, Ashville, Commercial Point, Amanda, Circleville and Grove City.
South Central Power is a member-owned electric cooperative serving nearly 119,000 electric meters in 24 central and southern Ohio counties, and is headquartered in Lancaster.
Photo cutline: From left, Stacy Overly, treasurer, and Robin Halley, superintendent of the Teays Valley Local School District, accept a $45,000 lighting rebate check from Kyle Heavrin, key accounts manager, and Jeff Campbell, community development manager.