Starmount HOSA named Gold Star chapter


For the fifth consecutive year, Starmount High School HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) has been awarded the North Carolina HOSA Gold Star Chapter. This award signifies that the chapter members exemplify an outstanding commitment to their school and their future as healthcare professionals. Students volunteer to work in the bi-annual blood drive as well as provide vision screening to the elementary and middle school students. This year the students also helped to fill more than 60 stockings for the Salvation Army that was distributed to children in Yadkin County. This year’s HOSA chapter has 68 members lead by advisor Tonya Martin BSN, RN.


Melanie Matthews | SHS

For the fifth consecutive year, Starmount High School HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) has been awarded the North Carolina HOSA Gold Star Chapter. This award signifies that the chapter members exemplify an outstanding commitment to their school and their future as healthcare professionals. Students volunteer to work in the bi-annual blood drive as well as provide vision screening to the elementary and middle school students. This year the students also helped to fill more than 60 stockings for the Salvation Army that was distributed to children in Yadkin County. This year’s HOSA chapter has 68 members lead by advisor Tonya Martin BSN, RN.

For the fifth consecutive year, Starmount High School HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) has been awarded the North Carolina HOSA Gold Star Chapter. This award signifies that the chapter members exemplify an outstanding commitment to their school and their future as healthcare professionals. Students volunteer to work in the bi-annual blood drive as well as provide vision screening to the elementary and middle school students. This year the students also helped to fill more than 60 stockings for the Salvation Army that was distributed to children in Yadkin County. This year’s HOSA chapter has 68 members lead by advisor Tonya Martin BSN, RN.
https://www.elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/web1_DSC_0147-formatted.jpgFor the fifth consecutive year, Starmount High School HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) has been awarded the North Carolina HOSA Gold Star Chapter. This award signifies that the chapter members exemplify an outstanding commitment to their school and their future as healthcare professionals. Students volunteer to work in the bi-annual blood drive as well as provide vision screening to the elementary and middle school students. This year the students also helped to fill more than 60 stockings for the Salvation Army that was distributed to children in Yadkin County. This year’s HOSA chapter has 68 members lead by advisor Tonya Martin BSN, RN. Melanie Matthews | SHS
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