Pupil members of Fayette’s HOSA Future Well being Professionals group had a robust exhibiting on their state qualifying assessments, advancing 27 of them to them to the HOSA State Management Convention with competitions happening all through February.
HOSA, an affiliation for well being science college students, is an integral element of the well being science schooling curriculum in Fayette County Public Faculties. Via the affiliation’s aggressive occasions packages, college students are acknowledged for his or her expertise and data in over 55 totally different occasions that cowl all areas of the healthcare trade.
College students advancing to the state competitors are from Fayette County Excessive College, Sandy Creek Excessive College, Whitewater Excessive College, Starr’s Mill Excessive College, and Rising Starr Center College. They certified to compete in quite a lot of healthcare occasions together with biomedical debate, medical spelling, nursing helping, bodily remedy, wholesome life-style, diet, emergency medical technician, life threatening conditions, CPR/first assist, forensic science, and dental terminology.
The highest 20 college students incomes the best scores on every check advance to the state competitors. State rivals embrace: (Fayette County Excessive College) Arshi Noorani; (Whitewater Excessive College) Ademoia Adewski, Ivan Agyeman, Temilope Aina, Demitri Barnes, Joshua Johnston, Connor Nguyen, Clayton West, Ally Boos, Munachiso Okeke; (Sandy Creek Excessive College) Borey Wan, Molly Pate, Sophia Pino, Brooke Loyd, Jazmin Morales Gonzalez, Vansopheara Pheach; (Starr’s Mill Excessive) Charlotte Craner, Courtney McKenna, Michelle Phan, Sarah Wilkin, Emily Knowles, Kaitlyn Donovan, Ramey Koorse, Jaimie Forsberg, Erika Thomsen, Lane Anderson; (Rising Starr Center) Avni Aligeti.
College students who place first via fifth on the state competitors will advance to the HOSA Worldwide Management Convention the place they are going to compete not solely with their American friends, but in addition with college students from around the globe.