Health care students bound for nationals

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Posted: March 20, 2014

The Winchester Star

James Wood High School Health Occupations Students of America club members who placed first at states include Sidney Furr (from left), Mira Bagous, Ashley Dunbar and Sara Stine. Luciana Codella (not pictured) also took first. See story, Page B4 (Photo by Ginger Perry/The Winchester Star)
James Wood High School Health Occupations Students of America club members Karla Colina (from left), 17, Larissa LaMaster, 16, and their teammate, Mia Sorenson (not pictured) placed fifth in the public service announcement category; Brittany Lewis, 17, placed fifth in extemporaneous writing and fifth in medical terminology; Lauren Chamberlain, 15, Claire Bright, 15, and Keirten Vincent, 15, placed fourth in the Public Health, opening Pandora’s Box category. (Photo by Ginger Perry/The Winchester Star)

WINCHESTER — Five James Wood High School students are advancing to a national competition for future health care professionals after placing first at the state level.

Sophomores Mira Bagous and...



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