Daniel Boone students achieve industry certification

Daniel Boone High School Students Katy Miller, Quade Hilton, Jordan Marsh, Joe Jones, Tyler Scott, Emily Fitzgerald, Brianna Rogers, Olivia Rowe, Zoey Harris, Savannah Carter, Joseph Laughrun and Abigail Herbert recently received First Responder Certification through the American Safety and Health Institute.

The Daniel Boone Health Science Program successfully completed two separate Industry Certification courses this past fall.

Eight seniors were eligible to sit for the national registry test for personal trainer after completing required classroom work and 16 hours at three clinical sites. Additionally, these students were required to develop and implement a combined circuit training and health related educational piece clocking over 6 hours. Seven students achieved a Personal Trainer Certification and now plan to pursue healthcare as a profession.

The EMS course had 12 students each receiving their First Responder Certification through the American Safety and Health Institute. Students achieved eligibility by completing required coursework, passing skill sets by the National Registry for Emergency Medical Technicians and exposure and training of over 60 clinical hours with state instructors and paramedics provided by the Washington County/Johnson City EMS Service.

In addition to their respective certifications, students also achieved CPR and First Aid Certificates through the American Heart Association.

Daniel Boone High School students Chance Bowman, Cheyenne Ward, Quade Hilton, Grace Carroll, Leah Elsea, Ali Kosinski, Daisy Booker and Kaylee Kolarsky all put in several hours of work to qualify for the national registry test for personal trainers.
Luke Harman, John Vanhoever, Dalton Bellamy, Cheyenne Ward, Abigail Herbert, Grace Murray, Erin Bruce, Brianna Rogers, Quade Hilton, Joseph Laughrun, Savannah Carter and Melanie Fischer are part of Daniel Boone’s pharmacy tech program.

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