Cox named ‘Health Science Student of the Month’


(Photo submitted) Ashe County High School Senior Cassandra Cox, left, with Ashe Memorial Hospital CEO Laura Lambeth. Cox was recently named Ashe County High School’s Health Science Student of the Month for October 2016. “We are pleased to honor Cassandra Cox as the Health Science Student of the Month for October and wish her well in her pursuit of a nursing degree,” Lambeth said. “I hope to recruit her to Ashe Memorial Hospital when she obtains her degree.” According to ACHS Health Science Teacher Phyllis Ashley, Cox is the daughter of Reese and Mary Jane Cox of Creston. “She has shown excellence in Nursing Fundamentals where she takes initiative in the classroom, is enthusiastic, dependable and honest,” Ashley said. “During class, she is respectful and participates in discussion. In addition, she is a team player which is a valuable asset in Health Care Cassandra is also an active member in the Health Occupations Students of America chapter at ACHS. She will be competing in Regional Competition in Nov for Nurse Aide 1. We wish her the best of luck.”


(Photo submitted) Ashe County High School Senior Cassandra Cox, left, with Ashe Memorial Hospital CEO Laura Lambeth. Cox was recently named Ashe County High School’s Health Science Student of the Month for October 2016. “We are pleased to honor Cassandra Cox as the Health Science Student of the Month for October and wish her well in her pursuit of a nursing degree,” Lambeth said. “I hope to recruit her to Ashe Memorial Hospital when she obtains her degree.” According to ACHS Health Science Teacher Phyllis Ashley, Cox is the daughter of Reese and Mary Jane Cox of Creston. “She has shown excellence in Nursing Fundamentals where she takes initiative in the classroom, is enthusiastic, dependable and honest,” Ashley said. “During class, she is respectful and participates in discussion. In addition, she is a team player which is a valuable asset in Health Care Cassandra is also an active member in the Health Occupations Students of America chapter at ACHS. She will be competing in Regional Competition in Nov for Nurse Aide 1. We wish her the best of luck.”

(Photo submitted) Ashe County High School Senior Cassandra Cox, left, with Ashe Memorial Hospital CEO Laura Lambeth. Cox was recently named Ashe County High School’s Health Science Student of the Month for October 2016. “We are pleased to honor Cassandra Cox as the Health Science Student of the Month for October and wish her well in her pursuit of a nursing degree,” Lambeth said. “I hope to recruit her to Ashe Memorial Hospital when she obtains her degree.” According to ACHS Health Science Teacher Phyllis Ashley, Cox is the daughter of Reese and Mary Jane Cox of Creston. “She has shown excellence in Nursing Fundamentals where she takes initiative in the classroom, is enthusiastic, dependable and honest,” Ashley said. “During class, she is respectful and participates in discussion. In addition, she is a team player which is a valuable asset in Health Care Cassandra is also an active member in the Health Occupations Students of America chapter at ACHS. She will be competing in Regional Competition in Nov for Nurse Aide 1. We wish her the best of luck.”
http://jeffersonpost.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/web1_OctoberSOM.jpg(Photo submitted) Ashe County High School Senior Cassandra Cox, left, with Ashe Memorial Hospital CEO Laura Lambeth. Cox was recently named Ashe County High School’s Health Science Student of the Month for October 2016. “We are pleased to honor Cassandra Cox as the Health Science Student of the Month for October and wish her well in her pursuit of a nursing degree,” Lambeth said. “I hope to recruit her to Ashe Memorial Hospital when she obtains her degree.” According to ACHS Health Science Teacher Phyllis Ashley, Cox is the daughter of Reese and Mary Jane Cox of Creston. “She has shown excellence in Nursing Fundamentals where she takes initiative in the classroom, is enthusiastic, dependable and honest,” Ashley said. “During class, she is respectful and participates in discussion. In addition, she is a team player which is a valuable asset in Health Care Cassandra is also an active member in the Health Occupations Students of America chapter at ACHS. She will be competing in Regional Competition in Nov for Nurse Aide 1. We wish her the best of luck.”
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