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Hall Co. healthcare science students win state awards

By Staff
Students from Chestatee, Flowery Branch, Johnson and West Hall recently competed at the State HOSA (Health Occupation Students of America) Conference in Athens. <br /> <br /> These students placed in the Top 10 in their competitive events: <br /> <br /> - Samantha Alverson, West Hall, National Service Project Award <br /> - Yennifer Clarin, West Hall, HOSA Happenings Award <br /> - Connor Grady, Johnson High, Barbara James Service Award, Presidential Silver Level <br /> - Christopher Marin, Johnson High, Barbara James Service Award <br /> - Morgan Millwood, West Hall, Barbara James Service Award, Presidential Bronze Level <br /> - Taylor Walker, West Hall, Outstanding HOSA Chapter Award <br /> - Kristina Ballowe, Flowery Branch High School, Extemporaneous Health Poster, 2nd place <br /> - West Hall High Chapter, Red Cross Outstanding HOSA Chapter Award, 3rd<br /> place <br /> - Zach Johnson, Flowery Branch High School, CERT Skills, 3rd<br /> place <br /> - Tylor Johnson, Flowery Branch High School, CERT Skills, 3rd<br /> place <br /> - Kristen McCole, Flowery Branch High School, Pharmacology, 3rd<br /> place <br /> - Morgan Millwood, West Hall, Transcultural Healthcare, 3rd<br /> place <br /> - Yennifer Clarin, West Hall, Medical Terminology, 4th<br /> place <br /> - Nhi Huynh, Johnson High, Forensic Medicine, 4th<br /> place <br /> - Janessa King, West Hall, Interview Skills, 4th<br /> place <br /> - Elijah Seagraves, Flowery Branch High School, Pharmacology, 4th<br /> place <br /> - Heidi Troung, Johnson High, Forensic Medicine, 4th<br /> place <br /> - Jackson Forestall, Flowery Branch High School, Pharmacology, 5th<br /> place <br /> - Aaron Morrenzin, Flowery Branch High School, Medical Terminology, 5th<br /> place <br /> - Mary Catherine Peck, Chestatee High, Public Service Announcement, 5th<br /> place <br /> - Stormy Reedy, Chestatee High, Public Service Announcement, 5th<br /> place <br /> - Katelyn Turner, Chestatee High, Public Service Announcement, 5th<br /> place <br /> - Lucas Dechamp, West Hall, Public Service Announcement, 6th<br /> Place <br /> - Nathan Farist, West Hall, Public Service Announcement, 6th<br /> Place <br /> - Trenton Hembree, West Hall, Epidemiology, 6th<br /> Place <br /> - Diana Hernandez, West Hall, Healthy Lifestyles, 6th<br /> place <br /> - Shelby Sharpe, West Hall, Public Service Announcement, 6th<br /> place <br /> - Mauz Choudry, Flowery Branch High School, Dental Terminology, 7<br /> th place <br /> - Parker Ramey, Chestatee High, Medical Terminology, 7th<br /> place <br /> - Becca Cannon, Flowery Branch High School, Public Service Announcement, 8th<br /> place <br /> - Becca Cannon, Flowery Branch High School, Public Service Announcement, 8th<br /> place <br /> - Kameron Clark, Flowery Branch High School, Public Service Announcement, 8th<br /> place <br /> - Morgan Stanley, Flowery Branch High School, Public Service Announcement, 8th<br /> place <br /> - Caleb Harlon, Chestatee High, Nutrition, 9th<br /> place <br /> - Stephanie Tran, Johnson High, Biomedical Debate, 9th<br /> place <br /> - Logan Dumanowsky, Johnson High, Biomedical Debate, 9th<br /> place <br /> - Aaron Martinez, Johnson High, Biomedical Debate, 9th place <br /> - Hannah Wilson, West Hall, Human Growth and Development, 9th<br /> place <br /> - Hannah Wilson, West Hall, Healthcare Issues Exam, Top 50 out of 700 Testers <br /> <br /> Students who placed in the Top 3 places in their respective events will compete at the National Conference in Orlando, Fla., the last week of June.
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