Sixteen Ohio Hi-Point Career Center Health Technology students will be attending the HOSA National Leadership Conference as competitors and elected officers this June in Orlando, Florida.
Students enrolled in the Health Technology program on Ohio Hi-Point’s main campus in Bellefontaine, as well as the students enrolled in the Health Technology satellite program in Marysville High School, competed against 900 other students for a shot at competing at the national level last week.
The following students will be competing at the HOSA National Leadership Conference:
- Dustin Wooten (West Liberty-Salem)- Medical Law and Ethics
- Samantha Vanvoohis (Mechanicsburg)- Pathophysiology
- Troy Slavin (Indian Lake)- Pathophysiology
- Destiny Brown (Bellefontaine)- Bio Medical Debate Team
- Rachel Reedy (Triad)- Bio Medical Debate Team
- Eleisa Woodford (Marysville)- Bio Medical Debate Team
- Colton Wedge (Bellefontaine)- Bio Medical Debate Team
- David Connor (Bellefontaine)- HOSA Knowledge Bowl
- Carrissa Magnuson (West Liberty-Salem)- HOSA Knowledge Bowl
- Kiersten Daum (Bellefontaine)- HOSA Knowledge Bowl
- Blake Johnston (Indian Lake)- HOSA Knowledge Bowl
- Connor Coutts (Marysville)- Epidemiology
- Morgan Berry (Marysville)- Personal Care
Three students were elected to serve as Ohio HOSA officers.
Allison Clark of the Marysville chapter and Kaitlynn Rogan of the main campus (Bellefontaine) chapter, were elected to serve as president and vice president, respectively. Margie Burkhammer of the Marysville chapter was elected to serve as the Ohio HOSA Historian.