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HOSA

Mission 

The mission of HOSA is to enhance the delivery of compassionate, quality health care by providing opportunities for knowledge, skill and leadership development of all health science education students, therefore, helping the student meet the needs of the health care community.

 

Purpose

The purpose of the HOSA organization is to develop leadership and technical HOSA skill competencies through a program of motivation, awareness and recognition, which is an integral part of the Health Science Education instructional program.  

 


  Health Science Students Going to National Competition
     Health Science students from the Senatobia-Tate County Career and Technical Center recently attended the Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) State Leadership Conference. These students represented Tate County very well and those who placed at state competition are now eligible to go to the International HOSA Leadership Conference in Orlando, Florida in June. According to Karen Burns, Instructor, “The students could not have done as well as they did without the help of the area community businesses that helped train these students. Many thanks go to Batesville Crime Lab, Cornerstone Rehabilitation, North Oak Regional Medical Center Nursing/Nursing Assistant Area, Northwest Community College RN Program, Senatobia Family Dentistry, and Hernando Urgent Care."
HOSA Students

     Bottom row, left to right, Amiracle Smith from Independence High School competed in Nutrition and placed 5th in the state. Jordan Peeler from Senatobia High School competed in Forensic Science. Khiara Lee (Independence High School) placed 2nd in Medical Assisting. Haley Moore (Senatobia High School) competed in Forensic Science. Faith Melton (Senatobia High School was a member of the Courtesy Corp. at the conference. Back row from left to right: Anna Ray from Strayhorn High School was also a member of the Courtesy Corp.  Rebecca Ruth (Independence High School) placed 2nd in Sports Medicine. Krysten Gitter (Independence High School) placed 3rd in Home Health Aide. Valinsia Mays (Independence High School) competed in Dental Science and Nuriya Bonner (Strayhorn High School) competed in Clinical Nursing.

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Eight HOSA Students Place in Regional Competition 2017

Participating Students Winners
Vanissa Mays Krysten Gitter Khiara Lee Rebecca Ruth

Valinsia Mays, 1st Place
Dental Science

Krysten Gitter, 1st Place
Home Health Aide
Khiara Lee, 2nd Place
Medical Assisting
Rebecca Ruth, 2nd Place
Sports Medicine
Nuriya Bonner Peeler and Moore Amiracle Smith
Nuriya Bonner, 4th Place
Clinical Nursing
Jordan Peeler and Haley Moore,
5th Place - Forensic Science
Amiracle Smith
Test and Nutrition

 

 

OFFICERS FOR 2015-2016:

President:  Allison Scallions
Vice President:  Nuriya Bonner
Secretary:  Khiara Lee
Treasurer:  Valinsia Mays
Historian:  Rebecca Ruth
Reporters:  Anna Ray, Gabrielle Brewer
Parlimentarian: Taneria Bradley


HOSA District Competition 2016

Five HOSA students from the Senatobia-Tate County CTC placed in the HOSA District Competition held at Delta State University, Friday, February 5, 2016.

 

     Nuriya Bonner- Coldwater High School placed 3rd in Clinical Nursing
     Valinsia Mays- Independence High School placed 3rd in Dental Science
     Gabrielle Brewer- Strayhorn High School placed 5th in Home Health Aide
     Khiara Lee- Independence High School placed 2nd in Medical Assisting
     Rebecca Ruth- Independence High School placed 4th in Sports Medicine
 
These students will now move forward to the HOSA State Leadership Conference  March 21-23 in Jackson Mississippi.