4 HOSA students advance to national competition. 2 HOSA member recognized with state-wide community service award.

Four Grayson County High School Healthcare Occupations Students of America members earned top five finishes at the State Leadership Competition, earning the right to compete at the national level.

According to the school district, Alexis Back came in second place in the Healthy Lifestyle event; Brook Finn finished third in Medical Reading; Callie Ruth placed third in Job Seeking Skills; and Sarah Helms came in fifth in Clinical Nursing.

All four students now advance to the virtual National Competition in June.

Two HOSA students, Brooklyn Glasscock and Back, were recognized for their commitment to community service with the Barbara James Service Award: Glasscock earned Gold Level recognition for 200-plus hours of community service work, while Back earned Bronze Level honors for performing between 100 and 174 community service work hours.

(Photo courtesy of Grayson County Schools)

By Ken Howlett, News Director

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