The student organization HOSA-Future Health Professionals recently held the district leadership competition at Millsaps Career and Technical Center in Starkville, MS. April Voyles is the Health Science Instructor and also serves as the HOSA advisor.
The New Albany School of Career and Technical Education at had eighteen students to participate in the competition. Thirteen of the eighteen students are eligible to compete at the HOSA state leadership competition in Jackson, MS in March.
Eligible to compete at state competition: Whitney Carroll & Endya Worship
Forensic Science Team
3rdplace: Zac Conquest & Akayla Martin
1stplace: Anna Mims
5thplace: Rheagan Floyd
3rdplace: Jenna Sampson
5thplace: Alexis Gilliam
2ndplace: Memory Hutcheson
3rdplace: E’Lexis Jones
1stplace: Isibelle Jackson
Home Health Aide
1stplace: Brittney Robinson
–School of Career & Technical Education
Health Occupational Students of America (HOSA), New Albany Career and Technical, New Albany MS