Iroquois HOSA places in state conference

By Plainsman Staff
Posted 4/20/24

Iroquois HOSA chapter competed at state conference

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Iroquois HOSA places in state conference


The Iroquois HOSA Chapter competed at the HOSA State Leadership Conference in Sioux Falls on April 11-12. 

This year there were over 800 HOSA members from across South Dakota that competed in various health-related events for the opportunity to compete at the International Leadership Conference that will be held at the end of June in Houston, Texas.

Iroquois HOSA had students place in several of these events. 
• Barbara James Service Awards (100-119 volunteer hours) - Bronze Medal Winners: Emma Eckmann, Zoei Schmidt-Ellman, Chenoa Harris and Madi Burma
• Barbara James Service Award 125-199 volunteer hours)- Silver Medal Winners: Airabella Deysel, Skyla Harris and Natalie Cundy

• Barbara James Service Award (300+ volunteer hours) - Gold Medal Winner: Kali Burma
• Healthcare Issues Exam - second place: Natalie Cundy
• Life Support Skills - first place: Zoei Schmidt-Ellman
• HOSA Happenings - second place: Kali Burma
• Personal Care Event - second place: Zoei Schmidt - Ellman
• Medical Reading - third place: Madi Burma
• Community Awareness Event - second place: Emma Eckmann and Madi Burma
• Health Education event - second place: Natalie Cundy, Tabitha Rose, Airabella Deysel, Skyla Harris
• Middle School Health Education event - first place: Avah Newman, Taylor Tuel, Gabe Voges

The Iroquois HOSA Chapter also received recognition for Outstanding HOSA Chapter, their contribution to the HOSA National Service Project — Be the Match, and the ABC Blood Drive Award. The Iroquois HOSA adviser is Daphne Moeller.