Health science students heading to state


XENIA — Fifteen Greene County Career Center Health Science students have advanced to the HOSA State Conference where they will compete in a variety of team and individual skill events.

The state conference will be held Wednesday-Thursday, April 19-20 at the University of Toledo. HOSA is a national organization that provides networking, leadership and skill development opportunities for students in health-related career pathways.

Those qualifying for the state event along with their placement at the regional competition include: Knowledge Tests: Transcultural Health Care – Catherine Corwin (Junior, Beavercreek) – 1st Place; MRC Partnership Team – Tessa George (Senior, Xenia), Makenna Jones (Senior, Beavercreek), Valerie Anderson (Senior, Beavercreek), and Chelsea Boone (Senior, Fairborn) – 1st Place; Medical Assisting – Larissa Richards (Junior, Xenia) – 1st Place; Extemporaneous Poster – Shyann Predmore (Junior, Fairborn) – 2nd Place; Health Education Team – Mikaela Reynolds (Junior, Fairborn) and Chaday Hurst (Junior, Xenia) – 3rd Place; Researched Persuasive Speaking and Writing – Eeyana Stewart (Senior, Cedarville) – 3rd Place; Life Support Skills – Shane Beat (Junior, Greeneview) – 3rd Place; CPR First Aid Team – Brittany Rowland (Senior, Xenia) and Casey Sturgill (Senior, Xenia) – 4th Place and EMT Team – Kelsi Fallis (Senior, Xenia) and Dustin Thatcher (Senior, Xenia) – 4th Place.

Greene County News

Story courtesy of Greene County Career Center.

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