Future Health Professionals Rank High at State Conference

  • 2021-06-06, 07:48 AM
  • Staff report
Future Health Professionals Rank High at State Conference The HOSA students were honored recently at the Churchill County School District board meeting for their performance at the state convention.

The Churchill County HOSA Team – Future Health Professionals, formerly known as the Health Occupations Students of America, has traditionally scored well at the state convention, sending many students on to the National Conference and competition. This year was no different, even with the addition of two new teams in the Emergency Medical Technician category, both coming in a respectable 3rd and 5th place. Teacher and Coach Elaine Adams said she was very excited at how well the students did during the competition. The Board of Trustees recently recognized the HOSA students at a Board meeting for their accomplishments.


Emergency Medical Technician

Mackenzie Fish and Molly Woolsey

Hailey Guerrero and Emilia Jones


Health Career Display

Caitlyn Dock and Kayleigh Moss

Elvira Correa Chavarin and Nelly Ruiz


Health Career Photography

Lydia Bergman

RayAnn Rasmussen

Brielle Johnson


Job Seeking Skills

Allison Frost


Physical Therapy

Jessalynn Lewis


Health Care Issues Exam

Vera Vaz

Brielle Johnson

RayAnn Rasmussen

Nelly Ruiz

Allison Frost

Elvira Correa Chavarin

Madeline Stephens

Lydia Bergman

Jessalynn Lewis

Mackenzie Fish

Emilia Jones

Caitlyn Dock

Kayleigh Moss

Gabby Loop

Molly Woolsey

Hailey Guerrero


Barbara James Service Award

Vera Vaz


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