Health students shine at state competition

Washington HOSA is a student organization focused on careers in health care (formerly known as Health Occupations Students of America). The State Leadership Conference was held March 15-17 in Spokane. Students competed in a variety of events, such as dental terminology and medical law and ethics.

Local Top 10 winners:

Cascade High School: Arriana Ayala, Helene Mulema Tulu, Kennedy Patterson, Quynh Pham, Jessica Stoller

Jackson High School: Kylie Byrd, Katie Ferguson, Alexis Kim, Hannah Miller, Manasvini Tanikella

North Creek High School: Krystina Bjornoy, Elizabeth Catapang, Abi Chandru, Victoria Chen, Jaiden Childs, Tate Cochran, Daniel Da, Kaitlin Danh, Alannah Donahue, Jeffrey Hablewitz, Megha Jain, Aneesh Kapoor, Tracy Mai, Lakshmanan Muthukaruppan, Sriya Paluvayi, Jimin Park, Megan Phan, Vrishabhadev Sathish Kumar, Pranav Shaji, Won So, Whitney Tran

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