SJVTC students earn HOSA awards 2012
Mrs. Marie May Chasse’s Health Occupation students from the St. John Valley Technology Center won 15 medals at the 36th Annual Maine State Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA) competition on May 4. All year the students worked on community service projects and have done several fund raising events to pay for the costs related with this competition, thanks to all our supporters.
The St. John Valley was well represented by mature and hard working young ladies. Sarah Paradis (WHS) won a Gold Medal in the Nursing Assistant Competition, and a Silver Medal in the Home Health Aide Competition. She had won in these two competitions last year, and this year also won a Gold medal in the Nursing Assistant SkillsUSA Competition in March. Katelynn Beaulieu (MHS) won a Silver Medal in Medical Terminology and a Silver Medal in Home Health Aide. Meghan Guerrette (WHS) & Jaymes Riley Gagnon (MHS) tied and both won a Bronze medal in Medical Terminology. This is the first year we have students tied for events! Angelina Dube & Deanne Cote both (MHS) tied and won a Bronze medal in Home Health Aide. Marissa Blier & Cassidy Ouellette both (CHS) tied and won a Silver Medal in Nursing Assistant. Morgan Dubois (CHS) won a Bronze Medal in Nursing Assistant. Sierra Burress & Nicole Gendreau (MHS) won a Bronze Medal in the CPR & First Aid team competition and Marissa & Keianna Sirois (CHS) won a Silver Medal in the CPR & First Aid team competition.
In the Picture Sarah Paradis