"These students will become our future leaders in health care," HST Instructor Patricia Hoffman said. "Something as simple as making a bed correctly can make the difference in the outcome for the patient.
"For most high school students, the level of responsibility and care that is required to not only be an excellent employee and caregiver, but also carrying a full class schedule at high school would just be too much for the average student," she added. "These kids have dedicated their lives from a early age, and we are so proud to claim them first!"
Pictured (from left) are Tyler Davie, Sara Chipelesa, Caley Condon, Rikki Banks, Kenya Weger, Ashton Schomers, and Harper Henderson at the CNA Graduation Ceremony Tuesday at Weatherford College (courtesy photo).