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HOSA State Conference a Success

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Photo Credit to Mrs. Barton

Photo Credit to Mrs. Barton

Photo Credit to Mrs. Barton

Yanely Luna, Photo Editor

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HOSA  attended a state conference in Chattanooga over spring break.

Mrs. Mary Barton chaperoned the five students as they prepared for their competition. Michelle Dong competed in a knowledge test in Human Growth and Development and placed first.

Hannah Nunley competed in Biomedical Laboratory Science and the other three students, Maddie Harryman, Kyla Craig, and Shelby Brewer, competed in Medical Innovations. They did not place.

Michelle Dong will advance to the national conference in Dallas, Texas, in June. Congratulations to the all of the participants!

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Yanely Luna, Editor-in-Chief
My name is Yanely, and I am an 18 year-old senior at CCHS. This is my second year on The Coffee Press staff.  I’m involved in Interact Club, Beta Club, and journalism. I plan to go to MTSU to major in media management. I like photography, short films, and sleeping. If I could have any...
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