Chapter Spotlight 2017- White Knoll High School

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.

2017 York Middle School HOSA Chapter- Spotlight

The York Middle School HOSA chapter in York, SC recently participated in a field trip with twenty chapter members and three advisors.   They began their day visiting White Oak Manor in York, a long-term care center.  The students played Bingo with the residents and spent time visiting them.

The students and advisors then visited The Applied Technology Center in Rock Hill.  They were met by the HOSA chapter members at The Applied Technology Center who demonstrated a number of the competitive events in which they participated at the State Leadership Conference.  The York Middle School students had a chance to actually participate in a mock HOSA Bowl with the high school students.

Kyara Livingston, immediate past Post-Secondary Vice-President for South Carolina HOSA, provided a presentation for the students about her experiences in HOSA throughout the past few years.  Kyara encouraged the students to focus on their middle school and high school classes.  She advised them to maintain high grades and take advanced classes as they were available.

 

2019 ILC Substitution & Deletions

Substitutions are accepted through 6:00 PM on June 17th ($25 per occurrence)

Deletions are accepted through Wednesday, June 19th  (no charge for deletions) 

 

2017 State Leadership Conference- SUBSTITUTIONS/DELETIONS

SUBSTITUTIONS can only be made with the same event. Substitutions will only accepted through Monday, March 6, 2017.

SUBSTITUTIONS: You WILL incur a $25 (administrative fee) per form submitted.
DELETIONS: If you are DELETING after the extended deadline of 2/12/17, you will be responsible for the $80 registration fee, but will not incur a $25 administration fee.

 For Deletions and Substitutions, Click here

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HOSA Chapter Spotlight- Summerville High School

The Summerville High School HOSA leadership donated their time and talents
to present their support for NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness)
at the local Scarecrow in the Square competition.

We are so proud of our students and appreciative of their supportive parents!

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