The student organization HOSA-Future Health Professionals recently held the district leadership competition at Delta State University in Cleveland, MS. April Voyles is the Health Science instructor and also serves as the HOSA advisor. The New Albany Career and Technical Center at New Albany High School had twenty-four students to participate in the competition. Twenty-one of the twenty-four students are eligible to compete at the HOSA state leadership competition in Jackson, MS in March.
HOSA District Winners:
Brooke Moody, 3rd place, Clinical Nursing
Sam Organ, 5th place, Home Health Aide
Brittney Robinson, 3rd place, Home Health Aide
Emily Sweatt, 2nd place, Medical Assisting
Isibelle Jackson, 3rd place, Medical Assisting
Tabitha Greenwood, 1st place, Nursing Assisting
Tia Gardner, 3rd place, Nursing Assisting
Colby Stafford, 1st place, Personal Care
Jenna Sampson, 3rd place, Veterinary Science
Shannon Boyd & Jack Durrett, 1st place, Community Response Team
Ana Rose Hamblin & Meagan Hamblin, 2nd place, Community Response Team
Maddie Flake & Hayley Ferguson, 3rd place, CPR/First Aid
Hailey Adsit, Alex Criswell, Sydney Collier, and Payton Robbins are eligible to compete at state competition in Public Service Announcement. Bethany Farrar is eligible to compete at state competition in Dental Science.
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