Successful HOSA SLC for PGHS

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The North Carolina Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) of NC held this year’s State Leadership Conference March 30 – April 2, 2016 at the Koury Convention Center in Greensboro, NC. Though it was spring break week for the students of the Randolph County School System, PGHS had over 20 participants at the event and brought home an impressive number of awards. Three competitors qualified for the National HOSA Conference to be held in Nashville, TN in June. Advisors are Amber Thompson and Meredith Mitchell.

NC HOSA Century Club Membership Award – for HOSAs with over 100 members

American Red Cross Blood Drive Sponsor – for successfully hosting ARC Blood Drives

National Service Project Award – Leukemia and Lymphoma Society

PGHS Advisor Amber Thompson Collects the Gold Star Chapter Award

Gold Star Chapter Award – To recognize outstanding NC HOSA Chapters who encourage students’ participation, follow the HOSA plan of work, and actively participate in HOSA activities to achieve their goals

NC HOSA Membership Award – Largest District 2A Chapter Award

Individual and Team Winners

Malexus Mason – 2nd Place in Personal Care

Dylan Thompson and Kelbie Cox – 3rd Place in CPR / First Aid

Jessica Reinhart and Ashleigh Neal – 6th Place in CPR / First Aid

Taylor Trogdon and Kaylee Hartman – 10th Place in EMT

 

FBLA – State Winners and National Qualifiers

The Future Business Leaders of America’s State Leadership Conference (SLC) was held March 15-17, 2016 in Greensboro, NC. Several RCSS FBLA groups competed and brought home awards. Students placing 4th or higher at SLC qualified for the National Leadership Conference to be held June 28 – July 2, 2016 in Atlanta, GA.

PGHS: Advisors Amy Ward and Tony Joyce

Public Speaking II – Cole Bohnsack, 1st Place
Introduction to Business Communications – Vanessa Mesmer, 2nd Place
Agribusiness – Braxton Hinchey, 3rd Place
Introduction to Parliamentary Procedure – Dante Rivero, 4th Place
Hospitality Management – Mason Nance & Connor Bame, Top 10
Introduction to Financial Math – Andrew Poteat, Top 10
Job Interview – Katie Melvin, Top 10
PGHS FBLA

WHS: Advisor Jason Metters

Parliamentary Procedure – Mackenzie Smith, Madison Kimball, Krista Tuggle, AJ Dillon and Corey Hudgins, 2nd Place

Introduction to Business Presentation – Paige Shores, Jessica Stevens and Faith George, 4th Place

Introduction to Financial Math – Emma Godwin, 4th Place

WHS FBLA

NERMS: Advisor Melissa Smith

Ayman Youness -Certificate in Financing
Daphne Rivero -Certificate in Financing
Sydney Booth- Placed top 10 in Career Exploration
Madison Pitchford- Placed top 10 in Keyboarding I
Cameron Way- Placed top 10 in Business Concepts
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NERMS FBLA

SERMS: Advisor Michelle Blake

Miles Ford placed in the Top 10 for Impromptu Speaking Middle Level
Katelynn Owens placed in the Top 10 for Personal Finance Middle Level
Montserrat Hernandez Mariscal placed 3rd in Spreadsheet Applications Middle Level

WHS Easter Basket Project – Joint Effort!

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Wheatmore Future Farmers of America (FFA) member Kristine Cheek led a school-wide project to bring Easter joy to 50 children in the local community. Kristine organized a drive to collect the perfect items for the baskets and then worked alongside several other FFA members to assemble the beautiful baskets which were donated to Community Outreach of Archdale-Trinity (COAT) and Thomasville’s Baptist Children’s Home. What an awesome service project and great way to incorporate multiple student organizations across one campus!

The following campus organizations supported the project with donations and workers:

Future Farmers of America (FFA)
Beta Club and National Honors Society (NHS)

DECA (Marketing Student Organization) and Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)

Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA)
SkillsUSA (Trade & Industrial Education Student Organization)
Fellowship of Christian Students (FCS)