Fort Cobb, OK – May 3, 2013 – Caddo Kiowa Technology Center OTA Health Occupations Students of America recently took part in state competition.
Two teams placed first at HOSA State Leadership Conference. Placing in Creative Problem Solving were Jillian Barnes, Altus; Kadree Setzer, Eakly; Kylee Hoffman; Elk City; and Amanda Arrington, Hinton.
Placing in Public Health were Casey Willard, Marlow; Heather Dodson, Elgin; Jillian Gregston, Duncan; Brooke McLemore, Anadarko.
Abbie Flinn, Wichita Falls, placed fourth in job seeking skills.
The two teams will advance to nationals, which will be held in June in Nashville, Tenn.
More information about CKTC is available online at www.caddokiowa.com or by calling 405.643.5511.
OTA students placing first at state were (top) Jill Barnes, Altus; Kylee Hoffman, Elk City; Heather Dodson, Elgin; Brook McLemore, Anadarko; Abbie Flinn, Wichita Falls; (bottom) Casey Willard, Marlo; Amanda Arrington, Hinton; Kadree Setzer, Eakly; and Jillian Gregston, Duncan.
Posted on Fri, May 3, 2013
by Susan McElhaney