JUNCTION CITY, KAN. – The Junction City High School HOSA: Future Health Professionals competed in the annual Spring Conference last week. While representing the Geary County Schools community, students displayed skills which led to ranking during the competition. Due to potentially inclement winter weather, students competed via video conference.
|Health Career Display||Paloma Picazo & Britney Doan||1st Place|
|Creative Problem Solving||Paloma Picazo, Aleah Terrell, Britney Doan, Erin Ganuelas||2nd Place|
|Pharmacology-Knowledge Test||Kaden Miller||2nd Place|
|Physical Therapy||Kylie Brown||3rd Place|
|Sports Medicine||Sarea White||2nd Place|
This Junction City High School program remains a point of pride for Geary County Schools, JCHS, and the Junction City community. HOSA provides leadership, teamwork, and medical-related education to area youth throughout the year and allows students to become accustomed to a career in the medical field.
For additional information, contact Mat Droge, Executive Director of Marketing and Media Relations for Geary County Schools USD 475.