Two incredible days of competition resulted in big wins for Butler Tech students at the Ohio HOSA State Leadership Conference. A total of 47 students qualified to compete at the HOSA International Leadership Conference in Dallas, Texas, in June.
Three students in Butler Tech programs were elected to state officer positions with Ohio HOSA.
- Bea Amsalu, a Biomedical Science student at Lakota East High School, was elected Treasurer. Bea plans on studying neuroscience at college, with a career focus in pediatric neurology.
- Alandrea Harris, a Biomedical Science student at Butler Tech Bioscience Center, was elected Parliamentarian. She plans to pursue a degree in biology at the University of Toledo. Her career focus is to become a fetal surgeon. Alandrea’s home school is Lakota West.
- Trey Saunders, a Healthcare Science student at Butler Tech Bioscience Center, was elected Secretary. He plans to earn a doctorate in osteopathic medicine, with a career goal of becoming a pediatric hospitalist at Children’s Hospital. Trey’s home school is Lakota East.
Butler Tech congratulates Dr. Abbie Cook, site supervisor of the Butler Tech Bioscience Center, for earning the Ohio HOSA Supporter Award.
National Qualifiers, by building
Butler Tech West Chester Campus / Bioscience Building
|Alandrea||Harris||Elected Parliamentarian||Lakota West|
|Maddie||Pucke||Clinical Nursing||Lakota East|
|Trey||Saunders||Elected Secretary||Lakota West|
|Madison||Hart||Creative Problem Solving|
|Megan||Hatfield||Creative Problem Solving|
|Linsey||Thompson||Creative Problem Solving|
|Mackenzie||Wilson||Creative Problem Solving|
|Jacob||Bitonte||Human Growth and Development|
|Courtney||Powless||Human Growth and Development|
|Elena||Tunis||Medical Law and Ethics|