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The students of the Floyd D. Johnson HOSA chapter recently held an event to help meet their fundraising goal for the National Service Project. The event was titled “Sticky Situation,” where students were provided an opportunity to tape up a few of the leaders within our school. For a $1 donation, the students were given a piece of duct tape to join in on the fun. Once the participant was clearly stuck, they were to remain on the wall until the end of the students’ lunch.
This fundraiser, along with t-shirt sales and sponsorships enabled out students to earn over $2,000 to donate to our local NAMI chapter: Piedmont Tri-County NAMI. The proceeds of which will go directly back into our community to help those affected by a mental illness or disorder.
Please have all of your Code of Conduct Forms in one manila envelope and all of your Medical forms in a separate manila envelope. Each should be clearly labeled with your school name and form name.
PLEASE alphabetize your forms.
EVERY attending Advisor, Student, Guest and Chaperone MUST have a Code of Conduct form and a Medical form in your envelopes.
White Knoll High School participated in their first HOSA membership drive of the year, during school registration on Thursday, August 3, 2017.
The HOSA Chapter also worked on their first volunteer opportunity with the Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) – community education on mosquito borne illnesses.
They were available to share the information with parents and students that came to school register.
Deborah Beasley, HOSA Board Member and DHEC MRC State Volunteer Coordinator, was on hand as was SC HOSA State Advisor, Angel Clark.
Kudo’s to the local advisors, Katrina Haynes and Patricia Ravago, for bringing this all together for their HOSA students. It looks like they are off to a great start for the new school year.