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Students Contend at HOSA State Competition

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5ad786c53bf70 At HOSA competition, CNA and Health Occupations students pose with instructors Mrs. Murray and Mrs. Kupp.

At HOSA competition, CNA and Health Occupations students pose with instructors Mrs. Murray and Mrs. Kupp.

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5ad786c53bf70 Health Occupations students Madison, Dominic, and Sierra are ready to compete.

Health Occupations students Madison, Dominic, and Sierra are ready to compete.

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5ad786c53bf70 Students practice wound dressing in the Health Occupations classroom.

Students practice wound dressing in the Health Occupations classroom.

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5ad786c53bf70 Children learn about tooth brushing in preschool Career Day.

Children learn about tooth brushing in preschool Career Day.

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5ad786c53bf70 Pictured is the 2017-18 Health Occupations class.

Pictured is the 2017-18 Health Occupations class.

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5ad786c53bf70 Students take a break during job shadowing at Valley West.

Students take a break during job shadowing at Valley West.

Health Occupation students have had an eventful semester thus far! The following Health Occupations students qualified and competed at the HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) state competition hosted in Decatur, Illinois on Feb28th through March2nd: Dominic E. of Plano High School, and Sierra F. and Madison L, both of Sandwich High School. These three students all made it past the second round of their specific event. Sierra F. placed 5th and qualified for the National HOSA competition which takes place in June in Dallas, Texas.

The Health Occupation students are now actively job shadowing at the local hospital and other local healthcare facilities. They have also participated in teaching the IVVC preschoolers during their Career Day.

As the end of the semester is approaching students are finishing up the last of their medical terminology and will continue to job shadow, as well as continue to have a variety of speakers from various health careers speak to them regarding their careers.

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