Forbush HOSA Accomplishments
Congratulations to Forbush HOSA on their recent performance at the HOSA State Leadership Conference. As a chapter, Forbush HOSA received the following recognitions: Gold Star Chapter, Gold Star Advisor, Century Club, Prevent Blindness, and American Red Cross Award (for having the largest number of blood units collected). Several individual students received awards as well, with over 30 students competing. The following students finished in the top 3 in the region:
Zayley St. John, Human Growth & Development
Natalie Doub and Sophia Haynes, CHD Team
Mckenzie Pruitt, Job Seeking Skills
Ragan Cave, Ainsley Davis, Olivia Murphy, and Katey Williams, 1st place, Creative Problem Solving Team
Laura Wyrick, 1st place, Job Seeking Skills
Yamel Cortez, 1st place, Extemporaneous writing and 4th place overall in the State
Audrey Whitley, 1st place, Speaking Skills and 1st place overall in the State
Once again, congratulations Forbush HOSA!
Men's and Women's Basketball Teams
The following basketball players earned All-Conference recognition this school year. For the men’s team, Landon Rocket was named All-Conference while Ben Hughart and Sinjun Southard were named All-Conference Honorable Mention. For the women’s team, Nicole Scott, Hope Grimes, and Kyndall Ellison were named All-Conference, while Parkley Hennings was named Conference Player of the Year. Brittney Gammons and Morgan Beane were named All-Conference Honorable Mention. Coach Bradley Shore was named the WPAC Coach of the Year. Hennings and Scott were also named All-District and Shore was named District Coach of the Year. Congratulations to our men’s and women’s basketball teams!
Spring Blood Drive
Forbush HOSA will sponsor their Spring Blood Drive this Friday, March 22. Please see Mrs. Sloan in room 519-E to sign up. Once again, our Spring Blood Drive is this Friday, March 22.
Athletics Booster Club Meeting
The Athletics Booster Club will meet this Thursday, March 21, at 7pm in Cafeteria 1. All parents of student-athletes are invited to attend.
Interested in a Career in Transportation?
Anyone interested in a career in transportation (including auto service, machining, parts and equipment sales, and other jobs), please see Mr. Senter in 519E before March 20. Mr. Senter will be taking the first 50 eligible students on field trips in March and April to explore these career opportunities. Once again, please see Mr. Senter by March 20 if you are interested.
Interested in a Career in Law Enforcement?
Officers from the Winston-Salem Police Department will be on campus this Tuesday, March 19, to meet with students interested in pursuing a career in law enforcement. Sign up with Mrs. Monroe tomorrow or meet the officers in the lobby of A-Building during all lunches this Tuesday.
Home Athletic Events
Monday: Soccer vs Carver
Tuesday: M Tennis v Walkertown, Baseball v North Surry, and Softball v North Surry
Wednesday: Softball v Wilkes Central and Soccer v FCD
That is all for this evening. As always, if you ever have any questions or concerns, please feel free to call or email me anytime. Also, please be sure to check out our web site and follow us on Twitter and Facebook for daily updates. Thank you for your time this evening, goodnight.