Bledsoe students to compete in Texas
Five Bledsoe County High School juniors are going to represent Bledsoe County in Dallas, Texas at a national competition in June. Their project on mental health placed third and earned them the opportunity to compete on the national level.
April 4-6 the Bledsoe County High School CTE HOSA Chapter had students compete at the State Leadership Conference in Knoxville. Juniors Taylor Bridges, Mariah Keith, Kaylea Rains, Emma Reel, and Cyla Swafford in the Public Service Announcement competition.
For more see the April 13 issue of The Bledsonian Banner.