Three (3) of 83 CNA students were just informed they were admitted into the Future Nurses Program at Fresno City! Only 20 CNA students from all of Fresno County are selected every year. Taking MASH CTE to the next level! Congratulations Karla Jaimes, Sierra Ramos, and Luz Jarlette Vargas!
Luz Jarlette Vargas!
Various Duncan students competed in the following categories; Nursing Assistant, Quiz Bowl, Entrepreneurship, community action project, health knowledge bowl, Career Pathway Showcase-Health, Diesel Equipment technology, First-Aid CPR, Job interview, Medical Math, Prepared Speech, Masonry, and TeamWorks.
Congratulations to IIeana Robles for earning a GOLD medal in the Nursing Assisting category at the State Skills USA Conference in Ontario, CA. 77 Duncan Students competed at State SkillsUSA Conference and 13 students earned medals. Duncan provides our students, starting from Freshman year all the way to senior year, with a strong foundation of their chosen pathway.
Congratulations to our Duncan Poly SkillsUSA team, over 100 members strong, for their great performance at this past weekend’s regional competition in Paso Robles. SkillsUSA holds career themed competitions at regional, state, and national levels in nearly all skilled trades areas, both in the industrial arts and in the medicine. Our SkillsUSA MASH students have been working hard after school and on weekends to prepare them for regional's. 18 of our Duncan MASH seniors competed at regional's and 11 of our students advanced to State competition.
Juliana Stahl, Sierra Ramos, Maria Reynoso and IIeana Robles all competed in Nursing Assistant skills and all 4 students advanced to State. Big shout out to Juliana Stahl for placing first place at regional's competing against 23 students from 10 different high schools. Faith Guillen, Zaira Rodriguez, and Taylor Vathanaphong placed 2nd place in CPS - Health Services Cluster presenting their community service pathway project and will be advancing to State. Jason Xiong and Jonny Vang both competed in medical Math skills. Jonny Vang advances to State placing 3rd place. Jonny Vang won 3rd place by tie breaker decision. Tie breaker decisions are results of student’s resume. Jonny’s resume stood out amongst the crowd. Jazmin Rodriguez, Francisco Zendejas, Victoria Hernandez, and Alicia Uribe all competed in Job interview skills. Alicia Uribe advances to State placing 4th place amongst 14 students. Only the top 4 advance to State in job interview skills. Amisai Meza, Sunshyne Moua, Melanie Vang, Alexa Varner, and Luz Jarlette Vargas all competed in medical terminology skills. Luz Jarlette advances to State placing 8th place out of 25 students. Our MASH student will continue to work hard in their skill competition areas preparing to compete April 25-28, 2019 at Ontario Convention Center in State competition.
Big congratulations to all our Duncan student from both MASH and IDATA for competing and representing our school.