Health science students earn medals at competition


Submitted photos Greene County Career Center Health Science Academy juniors Kelli Baxter, Kayleena Hicks, Alyssa Lewis, Mary Hart and Elizabeth Hayden recently earned medals at the Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) regional competition.

Submitted photos Greene County Career Center Health Science Academy juniors Kelli Baxter, Kayleena Hicks, Alyssa Lewis, Mary Hart and Elizabeth Hayden recently earned medals at the Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) regional competition.


GCCC seniors Danielle Dailey, Rebecca Holland, Alana Fleming, Jayden Moebius, Emily Butts, Ciarra Booth, Shyann Predmore, Brooke Hentrich, Mackenzie Collier and Gabrielle Peyton also received awards at the competition.


XENIA — Students in Greene County Career Center’s Health Science Academy recently earned medals at the Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) regional competition.

HOSA is a career-technical student organization that provides students in health- and medical-related career areas with leadership, competition and networking opportunities. Program teachers are Lyna McKinley and Faith Sorice.

Medal-earners include juniors Kelli Baxter (Yellow Springs) — third place in Life Support Skills; Mary Hart (Fairborn) — first place in medical assisting; Elisabeth Hayden (Fairborn) — first place Interviewing Skills; Kayleena Hicks (Beavercreek) — first place personal care; Alyssa Lewis (Fairborn) — third place medical assisting.

Senior award winners include Emily Butts (Greeneview) — second place prepared Speaking; Mackenzie Collier (Xenia), Danielle Dailey (Cedarville), Brooke Hentrich (Greeneview), Shyann Predmore (Fairborn) and Gabrielle Peyton (Cedarville) — first place MRC partnership; Alana Fleming and Ciarra Booth (Fairborn), Rebecca Holland (Xenia) — second place HOSA Bowl; Madelyn Riley (Fairborn) — second place home health aide; Mikaela Reynolds (Fairborn) — third place home health aide; Breanna Kienzle (Bellbrook) — second place Knowledge Test: Human Growth and Development; Jayden Moebius (Beavercreek) — first place Knowledge Test: Pathophysiology.

The HOSA State Leadership Conference and competitions will be held Tuesday-Wednesday, April 10-11 at the Columbus Convention Center.

Submitted photos Greene County Career Center Health Science Academy juniors Kelli Baxter, Kayleena Hicks, Alyssa Lewis, Mary Hart and Elizabeth Hayden recently earned medals at the Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) regional competition.
https://www.beavercreeknewscurrent.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/49/2018/03/web1_HOSA-juniors.jpgSubmitted photos Greene County Career Center Health Science Academy juniors Kelli Baxter, Kayleena Hicks, Alyssa Lewis, Mary Hart and Elizabeth Hayden recently earned medals at the Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) regional competition.

GCCC seniors Danielle Dailey, Rebecca Holland, Alana Fleming, Jayden Moebius, Emily Butts, Ciarra Booth, Shyann Predmore, Brooke Hentrich, Mackenzie Collier and Gabrielle Peyton also received awards at the competition.
https://www.beavercreeknewscurrent.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/49/2018/03/web1_HOSA-seniors.jpgGCCC seniors Danielle Dailey, Rebecca Holland, Alana Fleming, Jayden Moebius, Emily Butts, Ciarra Booth, Shyann Predmore, Brooke Hentrich, Mackenzie Collier and Gabrielle Peyton also received awards at the competition.