Students clean up at HOSA conference
The Roaring Fork School District Med-Prep HOSA Team of 31 students participated in 13 competitive events at the state conference, held March 11-13.
Students placing first, second and third qualified to participate at the HOSA National Conference in Orlando, Fla., on June 23-28.
Here are the results from the state conference, by school:
Basalt High School
Megan Miller: Veterinary Assisting, 2nd place
Kassandra Thompson: Nursing Assisting, 2nd place; Extemporaneous Writing, finalist
Shannon Hutton: Medical Terminology, finalist
Juana Garcia: Career Health Display, 3rd place team
Diego Gonzalez: Job Seeking Skills, 3rd place; Medical Terminology, finalist; Physical Therapy Assisting, finalist
Roaring Fork High School
Crystal Wanner: Physical Therapy Assisting, finalist
Mary Anne Pulver: Nursing Assisting, finalist
Glenwood Springs High School
Jennifer Tivener: Extemporaneous Writing, finalist
Michelle McReynolds: CPR/First Aid, 3rd place; Extemporaneous Health Poster, finalist
Yuri Salvidrez: Physical Therapy Assisting, 2nd place; Extemporaneous Health Poster, finalist
Sadie Thimsen: Prepared Speaking, 3rd place team
Mary Morelli: Nursing Assisting, finalist
Bridget Jankovsky: CPR/First Aid, 3rd place team
Jesse Hansen: CPR/First Aid, 1st place team
Lindsay Norwood: CPR/First Aid, 1st place team; Medical Terminology, 2nd place
Laine Johnson: Veterinary Assisting, 3rd place; Job Seeking Skills, finalist
Connor Frey: Physical Therapy Assisting, 3rd place
Sarah Vasquez: Nursing Assisting, finalist
Ashley Herr: Job Seeking Skills, 2nd place; Career Health Display, 3rd place team; CPR/First Aid, finalist
Anna Hakanson: CPR/First Aid, finalist
Lauren Maggiore: Job Seeking Skills , 1st place; CPR/First Aid, 2nd place team; HOSA Bowl Team, 1st place
Jessica Boat: Researched Persuasive Speaking, 1st place; HOSA Bowl Team, 1st place; CPR/First Aid, finalist
Paige Berger: Medical Math, 2nd place; HOSA Bowl Team, 1st place; CPR/First Aid, finalist
Cody Hillin: Medical Math, 1st Place; CPR/First Aid, 2nd place; HOSA Bowl Team, 1st place
Molly Rumery: Physical Therapy Assisting, 1st place
Shandra Kight: Nursing Assisting, 3rd place
Kayleigh Gates: Medical Spelling, finalist
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