The HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) program at Campbell County High School has had a great run in its competitions the last several years.    This year looks to be no exception as HOSA started out strong last week at Carson-Newman University. Nine students went through preliminary testing to qualify for the regional competition in Jefferson
City.  Of them, six have qualified for March’s state level competition in Chattanooga.

Advancing to state are Kristin Rucker-1st Place Health Career Photography, Destiny Wormsley-2nd Place Sports Medicine, Carissa Payne-3rd Place Medical Spelling, Chelsea Elkins-3rd Place Researched Persuasive Speaking and Writing, Shilyn Saylor-4th Place Dental Science and Eli Fields-5th Place Medical Math.  (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 02/11/2019-6AM-PHOTO AND STORY COURTESY OF WLAF’S PAT PEBLEY)

One Reply to “Campbell High’s HOSA program has strong start in competitions”

  1. Congratulations. I am so proud of their success.
    Faye Heatherly
    Campbell County School Board Member
    TSBA Immediate Past President

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