Ralston High School HOSA rasied more than $600 for the National Service Project for NAMI. Pictured above, from left, Kaitlyn Nguyenduy, Kyra Costanzo, Sydni Szczepanik, Deb Ziegler (RHS HOSA sponsor), Allison Hernandez and Lauretta Lanois.

Ralston High School HOSA students recently earned several top finishes at the State Leadership Conference in March.

The CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) of Jessa Self and Abby Mommsen brought home a first place finish as did Sitora Bobodzhanova in Dental Terminology.

Kyra Costanzo placed second in Physical Therapy while third place finishes went to Bobodzhanova in Medical Terminology and the team of Bobodzhanova, Tyler Richards and Allison Hernandez for Creative Problem Solving.

Haile Bartlett was fourth in Job Seeking Skills. HOSA also received a certificate of recognition for raising more than $600 for its national service project for the National Alliance for Mental Illness.

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