Two Waxahachie students represented the district in the Health Occupations Students of America state conference March 29-30th in San Antonio.

HOSA serves students enrolled in Career and Technical Education courses aligned with the health science career cluster. Participants enjoy the experience of applying classroom and laboratory lessons in hands-on activities or competitive events.

After qualifying as top competitors in the first round of area competition, students participated at the state level against HOSA students from all over Texas.

Angel Gomez represented WHS in the life support skills contest, while Curnecia Polk participated in the personal care contest.

For more information about HOSA events, contact Health Science instructor Amy Miner at 972.923.4614 or aminer@wisd.org.