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Community Service Project Helps the Elderly

When it came time to decide on a community service project for the holiday season, the students in Mrs. Ardolino's CNA classes chose a project that would help the elderly residents at a local long-term care center. Because the students . . . read more

CNA Students Volunteer for the Salvation Army

Students from Mrs. Aldworth's & Mrs. Budde's Health Science/CNA classes participated in Bell Ringing for the Salvation Army on Decmeber 5th.  What started out as a bucket list requirement for Mrs. Aldworth 4 years ago has . . . read more

Two Finish in Top 10 at HOSA Nationals!

Delegates from Illinois HOSA – Future Health Professionals traveled to Orlando, Florida June 24 - 28 to participate in the 2014 HOSA National Leadership Conference.  Representing Illinois HOSA were 106 students participating in 35 . . . read more

STUDENTS ATTEND NATIONAL HOSA CONFERENCE

Four Wilco students qualified through state competition to attend the National Health Occupations Students of America conference in Nashville, Tennessee. Pictured here, left to right, are Bobbie Parson from Lemont High School, Halie Senko . . . read more

CNA Students Tour Facility

Mrs. Ardolino's first session CNA class at Reed-Custer High School had the opportunity to tour their clinical facility, Park Pointe Healthcare and Rehabilitation on Friday, September 26th. Clinical Instructor, Nancy Evans, was there to . . . read more

"THE BLOOD PRESSURE OFF" Contest in CNA

Mrs. Aldworth's CNA classes in Braidwood had a contest today called The Blood Pressure Off (we're sure sounding like The Sing Off) and the winners were: 1st session, Jessica Kroeger, from Coal City High School and 3rd Session, . . . read more

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