RHS HOSA students compete at state leadership conference – Franklin County Times

RHS HOSA students compete at state leadership conference – Franklin County Times

Seventeen RHS HOSA college students competent for the state management convention held at the Montgomery Renaissance Feb. 24-25.

“This is the most significant group of rivals from RHS considering that I have been the overall health science trainer more than the previous 11 yrs,” observed Dr. Stephanie Oliver. “The learners experienced to just take a laptop take a look at in December in buy to qualify. Every single group experienced its individual range of competition chosen to go to.”

The pupils and Oliver had been acknowledged at a new Russellville school board meeting.

RHS senior Leah Hurrying claimed the levels of competition was a ton of enjoyment. “I felt like it opened my eyes to all the unique varieties of health profession fields, and we bought to meet up with a wide variety of men and women,” she said. “I also enjoyed paying so considerably time with the individuals in my course. I discovered a great deal of new issues, escalating my expertise of the health care discipline, factors to think about for my future job as a nurse.”

RHS senior Hailey Mitchell stated it was a great practical experience that served make her leadership abilities. “We acquired to make genuinely fantastic good friends with everyone down there. It was an awesome working experience. It assisted me establish my skills for a actual physical remedy vocation.”

The following pupils certified for the point out management convention:

  • Leah Rushing – Nurse Assisting
  • Hailey Mitchell – Nurse Assisting
  • Nicole Foster – Pharmacy Science
  • Camille Lynn – Pharmacy Science
  • Whitten McGee- Pharmacy Science
  • Carlos Richardson – Pharmacy Science
  • Zadie Cooper – Pharmacy Science
  • Malorie Pace – Pharmacy Science
  • Noah Harville – Health-related Terminology

Oliver said the point out management convention also experienced recognition functions. “In get to qualify for the Barbara James Company Award, learners had to entire at least 70 hrs of community assistance similar to wellness,” she claimed. The subsequent college students acquired the BJSA:

  • Anna Beth Oliver
  • Gracie Smith
  • Katie Brooke Cummings
  • Kara Moore
  • Jaiden Calvert
  • Olivia Gann
  • Brayden Malone
  • Abby Boyd

Nationals will be held in June at the Gaylord Opryland Hotel in Nashville. The subsequent college students have capable to show up at:

  • Camille Lynn, third area in the state for Pharmacy Science
  • Anna Beth Oliver, BJSA 100furthermore hrs of neighborhood services
  • Gracie Smith, BJSA 100additionally hrs of local community services
  • Katie Brooke Cummings, BJSA 100furthermore hrs of community provider
  • Kara Moore, BJSA 100as well as several hours of group service
  • Jaiden Calvert, BJSA 100in addition hours of community service
  • Olivia Gann, BJSA 100as well as hrs of local community services