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CFI Students Earn State HOSA Competition Awards

Students in the Allied Health Science (AHS) program at the Laurel County Schools Center for Innovation (CFI) recently earned state level awards in medical science knowledge and healthcare skills competitions.  CFI instructor Tammy Jones, MSN, RN serves as the Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA) faculty mentor along with Ed Bowling, MS, RN, NREMT.  Both faculty members exclaimed great pride in their student accomplishments!

HOSA Kentucky State Competition Rankings and Awards for 2020 are as follows:

Zach Chambers earned 1st Place in Physical Therapy

Kendra Baker earned 1st Place in Dental Terminology

Kaitlyn Schumaker earned 1st Place in Cultural Diversity Healthcare

Shelby Vanover earned 2nd Place in Contemporary Health Issues

Leighton Avera earned 3rd Place in Pharmacy Science

Taylor Holland earned 3rd Place in CPR and First Aid

Dr. James M. Davis, CFI Principal, spoke of the tremendous success that  CFI students have enjoyed over the last few years in the state HOSA competitions.  Dr. Davis  was not at all surprised that the students scored so well and earned such wonderful accolades!  “Our CFI health science students are knowledgeable, skilled, and have developed into a regular contender for state level awards annually since implementing HOSA.  The CFI now in its 5th year of instruction has earned highly acclaimed rankings every single year that we participate in the Kentucky HOSA competitions, which includes hundreds of the best and brightest health science students from all across the Commonwealth,” said Davis.  #ProudPrincipal

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