MOULTRIE, Ga. — On May 23 the Healthcare Science Department at Colquitt County High School held a pinning ceremony for 21 Certified Nursing Assistant students.
The students received their pins after completing a Certified Nursing Assistant course and passing a national exam that certifies them to obtain employment as a CNA in a long-term healthcare facility, hospital, or home health care. They have completed the first step in their medical career and some earned post-secondary credit that will allow them advanced placement at a higher educational facility, whether they choose to go on to a medical college or technical college.
Instructors Molly Jacobs, June Woods, and Kelly Oxley claimed their fourth straight year with a 100 percent pass rate.
The students are front row from left Jennifer Guerrero, Yesicca Romulo, Chloe Jennings, Demetria Carter, Selena Meza, Stefanie Magana, Kimberlin Daniels; second row, Adamaris Gonzaga, Michelle Weeks, Andrea Rodriguez, Gisselle Dominguez-Cruz, Nicole Perdomo, Valentina Carrichi; third row, Haley Baker, Hamza Mahmood, De’ja Caley, Erica Clark; and back row, Katelyn Scites and Taylor Dabdoub. Not shown are Hanna Allen and Re’Neisha Kinsey.