Grundy County High School HOSA (Future Health Professionals) members attended the state leadership conference on March 22 through the 24, at the Opryland Hotel in Nashville. During the conference, students competed in the areas of EMS and epidemiology, voted to elect executive committee members, and interacted with health occupation students from across the state.
During the competition, Elston Harris advanced to the finals in the area of epidemiology and Taylor Dees and Jacob Darren Partin advanced to finals in EMT. While these students did not advance to nationals, they did go on to place in the top 10, and deserve recognition for their hard work and dedication.
Also attending the conference as delegates from Grundy County were GCHS HOSA officers Kaitlin Sons, Demetria Preston, Layla Bundy, Brittany Church, Ashton Hammers. Other delegates attending were Whitney Richardson, Victoria Camp, Hannah Hiett, Heather King, Tori Northcutt, and Jordan Harris.
These students conducted themselves with courtesy and professionalism during the conference and represented Grundy County and GCHS in an exemplary manner.